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First Book Signing Tomorrow!

Tomorrow will be our first official book signing for our new (and first!) book, Savannah Food: A Delicious History. We'll be at E. Shaver Booksellers at 326 Bull Street from 1pm to 3pm to talk about our book, answer questions, and sign your copies, so come say hi! Those of you who have visited E. Shaver's know that this independent bookstore is chockfull of charm. This Savannah landmark has been around since 1975, supporting local and traveling authors through signings, events, and being a stalwart for authors through all the big changes that have happened in the publishing industry over the last 40+ years. The residential home-turned-book...

New Partner Stop: Cha Bella!

Starting Wednesday, April 26th, we are pleased to announce that Cha Bella will be added to the East Side Tour. We are insanely excited about this update for a number of reasons: Savannah's Original Farm-to-Table Restaurant Cha Bella opened its doors in in 2005, and right from the start, they were committed to sourcing all their ingredients from within a day's drive. This dedication to sustainability for 12 years means our guests are going to get the chance to get to know the real essence of Savannah's food.      1. Fine Dining on a Food Tour?!?! As a fine-dining location, Cha Bella will provide our guests with an experience that is ...

HGTV Eats Its Way Through Savannah with Savannah Taste Experience

The No. 1 food tour in Savannah guides Bri Emery, L.A. lifestyle blogger, around to some of Savannah’s best eats during a video shoot for HGTV for their Dream Home 2017 Video Series  SAVANNAH, October 26 —HGTV and lifestyle blogger Bri Emery handpicked brothers Stu and Donald Card to serve as hosts for their “Eat Your Way Through Savannah” video, part of their HGTV Dream Home 2017 video series. Since the HGTV 2017 Dream Home is located in St. Simons, the new residents will have an easy day trip to Savannah and all its culinary delights. Bri explains, “Savannah is known for its charm and for its food. There’s actually so much to try ...