the savannah oatmeal company

WE HAVE all heard the claim that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It is the fuel to your engine and battery to your remote control. After a long 8-hour stretch without food, this is the meal that breaks the fast. While some choose to heed to the notion of breakfast’s value,…

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the naked dog

It seems like every big city has local street vendors selling quick bites from a compact cart on wheels. While food trucks are all the rage, these nostalgic food stands, shaded by an umbrella, have been around for years. In the past, those who pass by would order from a simple menu, offering basic food…

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Bar • Food

WHILE SAVANNAH is a tourist town, the food scene has been increasingly catering to locals. Neighborhood bars and restaurants are residents’ best-kept secret, a place where they are guaranteed a seat among familiar faces. Since February 2009, Bar • Food at Habersham Village has been a constant for Midtown dwellers. Chef and co-owner John H.…

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tephra vegan

2017 is #theyearofvegan. Oh, veganism. Plant based eating has been gaining traction over the last few years. While the first modern day vegans coined the term in the 1900’s, it seems like eating vegan food has become mainstreamed, and dare I say, trendy. People who identify as vegan choose to not consume or utilize anything…

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Rum Runners Bakery

THE Savannah food scene has certainly transformed over the years. Chefs are introducing modern takes on Southern classics and diversifying the city’s repertoire. However, it’s not just the new restaurants that are making changes, some that have been here for decades have shifted with the times as well. Savannah Rum Runners Bakery and Café (click…

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Gerald’s Pig & Shrimp: ‘You’re on Tybee Time’

PEOPLE SAY things move slower in the South, but we can all agree that Tybee has its own pace. Once tourists and locals have crossed the bridge over Lazaretto Creek, they are officially on Tybee time. So whether or not they are on vacation, the island vibe strikes them with a carefree frame of mind.…

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Without a Hitch | Feature Article

TREY WILDER, with partners Bill Wilder, his father, and Rick Kunzi, proudly walked around greeting customers while immersing themselves in the bustle of their latest quirky restaurant experiment, Hitch. A lively crowd piled into the recently renovated space on July 15, the night of Hitch’s Grand Opening. With just about 60 new staff members, Hitch’s…

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Review: Modern Malt

Milkshake or Whiskey? This is a hard decision. At Modern Malt you can have brunch inspired cuisine at any time of the day. This snappy modern diner serves up breakfast classics with a major twist. Their french chef concocted a menu (click to read) designed to amuse and delight its patron’s cravings. Modern Malt serves…

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Review: Brasserie du Soleil

“Loosely translated as ‘Eatery of the Sun’ “, Brasserie du Soleil is a charming French and Italian fusion restaurant that boasts authentic cuisine from these regions. Open since January 2015, this petite place resides in Greensburg, Pennsylvania and is truly a gem in the center of this city’s hub bub. The restaurant is located along…

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Review: Fortune at Forte

Forte is an eclectic fine dining restaurant located in the heart of downtown Jamestown, New York. Their menu offers a variety of ethnic flavors including Vietnamese short ribs, Japanese sushi, Thai noodle soup and Curried potpie. Yet seafood, burgers, gumbo and steak are also featured. Forte’s crimson walls and candlelit ambiance make it a hot…

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Review: Scrumptious Syracuse

My hometown is in Syracuse, New York. Ever since I have moved to Pennsylvania, it seems like Syracuse has been developing trendy hotspots for foodies like me. While home on Christmas break (Yes, I’m a teacher and get two weeks off, you are allowed to be jealous) I have been indulging in many of these…

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