March in Savannah is filled with excitement each and every year. It starts with the anticipation of the biggest party of the year: Savannah’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade (one of the largest in the world!). Besides the main event, there are many other fantastic reasons to head on down to Savannah in March. We’ve compiled 7 of our favorite March activities and events below.
1. A Party with John Berendt—March 3, Jepson Center for the Arts, 6-8pm. Mr. Berendt, author and Pulitzer Prize nominee for Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, will be in the mixing with ...
The No. 1 food tour in Savannah guides Georgia’s Culinary Explorer, Kate Parham Kordsmeier, around Savannah during a video shoot of its Famous & Secret East Side Food Tour.
Explore Georgia, the state’s Department of Economic Development, features the Savannah Taste Experience food tour company in its first chapter of its Culinary Explorer video series. Food/travel writer Kate Parham Kordsmeier sampled her way through the Hostess City with co-founder Stu Card on a private Famous & Secret East Side food tour sprinkled with some history and to-go ...
Savannah has long been in the culinary world discussions, especially recently with the influx of world-class chefs and provocative new restaurants popping up all over the city. But an important part of making a foodie city function is keeping it appropriately caffeinated. So here's a wee graphic to help you find Savannah's Best Coffee Spots.
Since our delicious food tours go to lunch, dinner and dessert spots, we don’t get to talk about breakfast too much—which is a shame because we are breakfast and coffee fanatics! We’ve got a mix of new, old, fast and Slo-vannah breakfast places so you can pick which suits your mood and schedule.
THE COLLINS QUARTER
This new gorgeous spot on the corner of bustling Bull and Oglethorpe has made quite a splash since opening this year, especially since Channing Tatum, Jenna Dewan, Sofia Vergara, and Joe Manganiello were spotted sharing some laughs through the ...
It seems that every year, Savannah adds a new culinary and beverage event to the annual calendar—which makes foodies like us very, very happy. Since you’re foodies (and drinkies? Guess that’s not a word but let’s go with it!), we thought you’d appreciate a rundown of these events so you can mark your calendars for the ones that make you want to chuck the scale and enjoy a feast and/or round of good cheer.
Our first Savannah Taste Experience Blog! After more than two and 1/2 years of pouring our hearts and souls into developing our two 5-star rated food tours, we’re ready to help visitors and locals experience Savannah virtually. This blog will include reviews of Savannah restaurants, dishes, recipes, cookbooks, events and more, plus we’ll highlight the best day trips, places to stay, and other must-see activities in Savannah so you can make the most of your time while you’re in our fantastic Hostess City.
Savannah, sometimes called the “Toast-Us City” as a play on its long-held distinction as the Hostess City, continues to build momentum in the craft beer industry with a new production brewery opening in 2014 (Service Brewery) and two more slated to debut in late 2014. Here’s how to soak in all the suds Savannah has to offer in one weekend while keeping your wits about you. Thankfully, Savannah’s to-go cup freedom means you’ll never have to chug a brew before heading to the next establishment, so you can savor every last drop as you stroll on the cobblestones and under the Spanish-mossed live oaks. You and your beau or group of friends will be Savannah beer experts by the time you head home!
Every year, millions of women flock to Savannah, many for a girls’ getaway weekend, mother/daughter trip, sister retreat, bachelorette party, or for a destination wedding. No matter the reason for visiting, Savannah has a ton of fun to offer ladies whether you want to enjoy our boutique shopping, inventive cocktails, rooftop views, or modern mixed with traditional Southern cuisine. Whatever your fancy, you’ll find plenty to keep you entertained—especially with a to-go cup in your hand along the way thanks to Savannah’s open-container law.