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Burns Night Savannah

You are cordially invited to help us celebrate Burns Night in Savannah! Burns Night is an annual Scottish tradition that celebrates Scotland's national poet, Robert Burns, by serving his favorite Scottish dishes, reciting his poetry and toasting his legacy with Scotch whisky--the "water of life." This event dates back to 1801 when the first Burns supper was held by his friends in memoriam on the fifth anniversary of his death. We're proud to recreate this tradition in The Hostess City with an all inclusive dining experience and hope that you will join in all of the festivities. Burns Night Savannah will be an exclusive, one-of-a-kind ...

Fall or Winter Getaway to Savannah

Savannah is a popular destination year-round in part thanks to our mild fall and winter temperatures in Savannah averaging highs of 78 to 60 degrees between October and January with lows around 56 to 40 degrees. So, you'll find plenty of outdoor festivals and events to enjoy as you escape the winter (or winter is coming) blues. We've rounded up our favorites that feature great food along with entertainment, cultural, or shopping slants that are sure to leave you satisfied. Great Ogeechee Seafood Festival, October 14-16 With over 30 vendors--many being non-profits--this event will leave you feeling full and charitable. While the event ...

New Division: Corporate, Weddings, Large Group Events, and Conferences in Savannah

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 the restaurants are too busy, foot traffic picks up, and not all the stories and ...