edgar’s proof & provision photo shoot

Read all about Edgar’s Proof & Provision Opened since June 2017, Edgar’s Proof & Provision has been evolving under the direction of Executive Chef Dusty Grove. “As a Savannah native, I’m happy to be a part of this change. We want the Desoto to be a stomping ground for locals again.” Managing Director Jeff Kmiec…

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current kitchen & cocktails

Read it here in the Connect Savannah newspaper FRIED green tomatoes. She crab soup. Buttermilk fried chicken. Shrimp and grits. These are the representative Deep South staples that visitors expect from our city. However, anyone who has spent enough time in Savannah would add pho, ramen noodles, spicy Korean BBQ tacos, duck dumplings and sushi…

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edgar’s proof & provision

Read it HERE in Connect Savannah SAVANNAH is a city full of landmarks. One of those icons is The DeSoto, treasured for its reputation as being the Dowager Empress of the South. In both architectural incarnations—the first was demolished in the 1960s—the DeSoto was not only the center of Savannah’s Historic District, but also the…

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kitchen 320

OVER THE past few years, Savannah has accumulated a collection of diverse eateries that, perhaps unwittingly, all serve the same purpose. With each new restaurant, restaurateurs and chefs seek to influence the food scene and its consumers by either going back to their roots, innovating with avant-garde flavors or concocting an amalgamation of both. This…

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auspicious baking company

IT’S SUNDAY at 8 a.m. Most people are preparing for church or in bed, hung over. Me? I was racing to Skidaway Road. “Catch us at the bake house early as last week we SOLD OUT,” Kaytlin Bryant warned. I pulled into a parking lot crammed with cars at 8:15 a.m. Parents with babies, socialites,…

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sugo rossa

Read it here online in the Connect Savannah Newspaper GROWING UP in upstate New York meant that there was no shortage of Italian eateries, delis, pizzerias and bakeries. My family included, this region is brimming with Italian influences given that so many immigrated to the area many generations ago. When relocating to Savannah, the expectation…

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the deck

Check out this feature HERE in the Connect Savannah Newspaper TYBEE ISLAND consistently serves as oasis for Savannahians seeking tranquility and repose. Its breezy hang-loose vibe cultivates the ideal climate for beachfront dining. A smattering of Tybee restaurants on South Beach provide glimpses of the Atlantic, while overlooking an overcrowded parking lot. However, there is…

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henny penny

THE FOXY Family Dynasty is at it again. First with Foxy Loxy Café in September 2011, then with The Coffee Fox in December 2012 and now with Henny Penny Art Space & Café on April 7, the Foxy Family continues to find niches and solve problems involved with maintaining a successful business. As a local…

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fork & dagger

LOX AND bagels from New York City, chicken and rice from Puerto Rico and cheesy grits from the south all have one thing in common: Fork & Dagger Eatery. Fork & Dagger is at 609 ½ Abercorn St. on the ground floor of the Chatham Apartments and across the street from Cuoco Pazzo. The breakfast…

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green fire pizza

SAVANNAH welcomed a new pizza joint the weekend of March 10, and it has quickly become a hotspot in the downtown food scene. Green Fire Pizza, owned and operated by Russell Lee, is a fast-casual, European-style pizzeria specializing in organic wood-fired brick-oven pizza. Lee, who also co-owns McDonough’s Restaurant and Lounge with his father, thought…

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below zero dessert bar + cafe

IT’S BEEN about eight months since Broughton Street welcomed the Savannah Seafood Shack and Below Zero Rolled Ice Cream, which opened its doors in July 2016. Read about it HERE. Owners, husband and wife duo David and Christine Cutlip, as well as her father Timmy Tsoi and brother Jonathan Tsoi, were the first to introduce…

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ghost coast distillery

Savannah is the epitome of southern charm. From the grandiose shady oaks draped with Spanish moss to the iconic squares laden with rich history, our city is the destination of many travelers who seek to bask in its grandeur. But on March 17th, people are not just coming to Savannah for its horse drawn carriages;…

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