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Your Savannah Food Scene Questions, Answered

Last month, we had a giveaway to our newsletter subscribers for a signed copy of our new book, Savannah Food: A Delicious History. To enter, fans had to ask us a question about Savannah’s food scene, and we loved reading all the questions as they came in. We answered a few of our favorites in this video, and you’ll find answers to 7 more fan questions below--some answered with text directly taken from our book. I love Savannah and the variety of food found there! When did the food scene become popular in Savannah? “Savannah’s culinary revolution is upon us, finally attracting world-class chefs and the recognition the city deserves....

We Answer Your Questions About Savannah’s Culinary Scene

Earlier this month, we emailed our newsletter subscribers with an opportunity to win a free signed copy of our new book, Savannah Food: A Delicious History (you can sign up on our website--scroll down to the footer--to join our list and be in the know when we do special giveaways, events, and more). To enter our giveaway, all we asked was that our followers submit a question about Savannah's culinary scene, past or present. We received a ton of entries; so many, in fact, that we put together a short video answering some of our favorites which you can view below or via YouTube. We will also be creating some blog posts and other content to ...

2017 Foodie Trends To Watch for in Savannah (and beyond!)

While Savannah is never in danger of being without our BBQ, biscuits or fried chicken, we also have a whole heap of innovative chefs that may dip their toes into food trends that pop up in 2017. We've rounded up five foodie trends that have caught our eye and we've got our fingers crossed that we'll get to try some of these in Savannah (here's looking at you, Savannah chefs!). Nordic-inspired dishes Our family traces its heritage to Scotland, so when the chef of a Michelin-starred restaurant in Edinburgh says he's looking forward to incorporating Nordic cooking techniques into his menus and being influenced by traditional Scandinavian ...

A Birthday Toast to Savannah’s Food Scene

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. I took the opportunity for a good time in two parts: First, there was a progre...