2 results for month: 07/2016

Shawndra Russell July 30, 2016 Savannah Restaurant Week Roundup

Savannah Restaurant Week Roundup

  We’re fortunate to be working and living in city, whose foodie scene continues to grow, inspire and help Savannah be seen as more than a great place to sink your teeth into some fried chicken. New restaurants like Hugh Acheson’s The Florence and James Beard semifinalist The Grey have helped shine the spotlight a little brighter onto an already amazing culinary scene in Historic Savannah, GA. That’s why Savannah Restaurant Week is one of our favorite events in Savannah, where local chefs let their foodie flags fly. Savannah Restaurant Week is a celebration of creativity, heritage and deliciousness that runs from July 29th-August 7th. ...

Shawndra Russell July 22, 2016 British Influence on Savannah: 5 Old World Spots

British Influence on Savannah: 5 Old World Spots

  Many people have commented on Savannah's European feel, which isn't surprising considering its retained the Old World charm General Oglethorpe imported from England. Our fair city's walkability, antiquity and slower pace help keep Oglethorpe's vision for Savannah intact--and help it continually land on Travel+Leisure's "World's Best Cities" list. During our food tours, we share many tidbits about Savannah's history and British influence, and we also recommend these five stops to experience Britain in Savannah. #1: Oglethorpe Monument, Chippewa Square Savannah owes so much of its historic charm to General Oglethorpe, who was born ...