Posts Tagged wines

Foxy Loxy Does It Right

The latest addition to the bountiful array of good eats available in the Thomas Square neighborhood is Foxy Loxy. It’s a café/art gallery in the old Pizza Rustica location on Bull St.  The folks at the recent monthly meeting of Green Drinks were treated to what several say was the best cocktail buffet they’ve ever had, and the group has, over the years, met at virtually every possible downtown area location. This time they were treated to a variety of nibbles, including slow roasted pulled pork with apple chutney, Chipotle-Pimento cheese pinwheels, tomatillo and orange salsa with chips, chocolate pepita shortbread, and a cheese and grape platter. Since then, I’ve heard raves about their coffees (all from PERC), their sandwiches, and especially their quiche of jeuvos rancheros.  The menu changes daily, but it tends to have a Mexic ana flavor, plus in-house made desserts that draw raves. The wine and craft beer list is impressive. Open Monday through Saturday, the gallery has a frequently changing array of  etchings, prints, lithos and woodcuts by local artists. More info: 401-0543.

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A succulent start to a great weekend!

July 1st, 5 to 8 pm, at FORM !     Welcome to Summer Tasting  (1801 Habersham)

Hors D’oeuvres and lots of grilled foods and 8+ wines to taste to celebrate Summertime.  What more could anyone want?  How about this?

Ping Pong Tournament with prizes:
1st Place-Dinner for 1 person to one of our $60 dinners…..($12 gratuity excluded) 
2nd Place-$20 Gift Certificate to FORM
3rd Place-$10 Gift Certificate toFORM
  
all for:
$35 per person plus tax and tip
$10 for children under 12
15% off all wines purchased that day
Ping pong, Hors D’ouevres, and BBQ what more can you ask for?
Bring you family and enjoy everything we have to offer.
  
Please call 912.236.7642 to RSVP
 

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Sugar Daddy’s is sweetly promising

The recently opened Sugar Daddy’s Wine and Food Bar is the latest eatery to join the popular “small plate” trend in the downtown area.  On Jefferson, right off Broughton, the location couldn’t be better. With an extensive wine and beer list, plus a full bar and good food, this place should be a hit. Two of us have sampled on a couple of occasions. Naturally, we tried the ubiquitous Duck Confit Panini, moist, tender and aromatic with garlic and thyme, just as it should be. On another occasion, one of us tried to salmon salad–fresh greens, highlighted with red grapefruit segments and other delicacies. The Local Jumbo Shrimp was good, too, although I think the term Jumbo might be subject to conjecture. The shrimp rested atop a bed of fresh off the cob, nicely seasoned corn. The corn was lovely, but it was hard to see why the chef chose to be so stingy with its quantity when corn is among the least expensive of veggies. Desserts provide sweet decadence.

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A truly sumptuous dinner and wine pairing at Eos

Matt Licklider, owner of Lioco Winery joins forces with noted chef, Wes Long from 5:30 to 8 pm on Sunday, May 3rd at Eos.   A magnificent dinner  is paired with five superb wines  for an event not to be missed! $60. Reservations required.  Call 238-2400

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Sundays at Eos

For the month of February, Eos is featuring 1/2 price off of their entire selection of great wines! A  chance to explore some of the finest wines in town. They’ll even be open on Super Bowl Sunday….. Orders to go, anyone? They’ll take good care of you. For more info, call 238-2400.

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Valentine Day Celebrations for Lovers & Others

Two celebrations at Eos for sweethearts, spouses, friends or renegade  singles. First, from 3 to 5 pm, a wine tasting that celebrates wines for the moment, like Rosso d’Amore, First Love, or Elysium plus a number of others. Owner Shelley Smith wanted to try Fetish, but sadly, it was out of stock.  The whole works $20.   The evening, starting at 6 pm, will be the regular wine and food tasting that will include 5 courses and 5 wines, including the legendary “Flower’s Perennial. Reservations have already started for this grand evening, so call quickly to reserve your table.       238-2400.

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Alligator Soul’s Maureen Craig

Maureen Craig, owner of Alligator Soul and among Savannah’s most gracious, generous and kind restaurantures, threw a party for friends and associates to “get us all out of our economic doldrums” at least for an evening. Fine food, lovely wines and great company did just that for a huge crowd. Kudos to Craig and to  Chef Chris Dinello!

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