This is a guest post by Rebekah Faulk Lingenfelser, a native Georgian, food blogger at Some Kinda Good, TV chef, and food columnist. She shares some of her favorite places to eat dinner and have post-dinner drinks when visiting Savannah. Combined with one of our 5-star rated food tours for lunch, Lingenfelser's suggestions would make for an excellent getaway whether you come with friends, family, or your significant other to check out Savannah's food scene and nightlife.
Birthdays have always been a big deal in my family, and this month was my turn to celebrate. ...
- April 25, 2016
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Besides our four local breweries that you should definitely visit, which include Service Brewing, Coastal Empire Beer Co., Moon River Brewing, and Southbound Brewing Co., there are several bars and restaurants that craft beer lovers should imbibe at when they need to quench their thirst for quality suds. These include:
Distillery Ale House
The original craft beer bar in Savannah, this spot has a wide-open layout, knowledgable beertenders who will talk shop with you, and a constant buzz of conversation without being overbearing. Also have an outdoor patio and ...
People visit Savannah for a plethora of occasions--romance, friends, fun, family, work events, weddings. If you’re traveling with a group or to meet up with a group in Savannah, a private food tour can be the perfect way to spend three hours talking, laughing, learning, exploring and of course, eating great Savannah food. Private groups of more than 12 people receive a 5% discount and we will work with you to book a 3-hour window in the afternoon that works best for your crew. Here are six occasions that are perfect for a private food tour:
- March 25, 2016
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We are extremely excited to announce our new division: Micro Food Fest™! These events are held in the evening and are ideal for organizations attending conferences in Savannah, corporate events, weddings, and large groups of 125+ people who want to sample cuisine from 10+ top Savannah restaurants and specialty food shops, all in one location.
The idea for these events was sparked by requests from visitors, Savannah event planners, and our partner restaurants for evening Savannah Taste Experiences. We knew our daytime food tour model wouldn't be ideal because ...
- February 23, 2016
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By Lorie "Country" Stokes, Savannah Taste Experience Guide
So these are my Grandma's Daisy Dots. In my family, before ready-made biscuits and croissants were so easily available, this is what you would find on buffets around the south. I remember Grandma up to her wrist in flour before weddings, church socials, anytime. A lot of us make pigs in a blankets today more often, but my grandma made Daisy Dots. These dots are fluffy little biscuits with baked ham and honey mustard dipping sauce.
2 1/4 c self rising flour
1 tbsp baking powder
1 tsp sugar
Savannah has one of America’s most walkable downtowns with its easy-to-navigate grid system developed by urban planner George Oglethorpe, and we can't recommend walking tours enough as a top thing to do in Savannah. In fact, downtown Savannah has a walk score of 88. Thanks to Oglethorpe’s vision, Savannah’s downtown is also one of the most beautiful in the world (it’s not a brag if it’s true!). This layout, called the Oglethorpe Plan, consists of squares surrounded by homes and businesses facing inward so as to enjoy the beauty of the Live Oaks and ample ...
Most of us would agree that one of the best things to do when traveling is sampling the local cuisine.
Practically any day in December, visitors can find fun holiday things to do in Savannah.
Although already a 5-star rated Savannah attraction, Savannah Taste Experience food tours stay on the lookout for new ways to showcase Savannah’s ever-growing and diversely delicious culinary scene. Their most recent addition is partnering with new restaurant, The Ordinary Pub, located on Broughton Street. This stop, as part of their First Squares food tour, features pork belly sliders, which are seared and then braised in Dr. Pepper overnight and are served with a dash of homemade raspberry-chipotle sauce and cilantro. The sliders are served alongside the Southern ...
Savannah Taste Experience’s New Website, Home & Away Magazine Feature, and 500+ TripAdvisor Reviews
The No. 1 food tour in Savannah hits new milestones in its third year of business.
SAVANNAH, August 13, 2015—Owning a small business can be quite a rollercoaster, but for Savannah Taste Experience, owners Stu and Donald Card are experiencing lots of positive momentum as they pass their business’ third anniversary.
“We started this business in April 2012 with big hopes and dreams,” says Stu Card. “The support we’ve received from our partner busine...