Until regulatory hoops are jumped through, the most obvious change of the former Seasons of Japan Bistro location into the new Lime Grill takes place when you step through the door. Gone are the thatched, tiki hut canopies and the high–backed bamboo and rattan chairs.
The noodle bowl phenomenon that has swept big cities has barely rippled the surface of Savannah's food scene. Still, the handful of players bring their A-game to the dinner table.
The Hinesville Downtown Farmers Market on Thursday debuted the spring market, which will run through March and April, a time when the market typically has not been available in the past.
Bassano's Italian Eatery hosted a grand opening/ribbon cutting in conjunction with the Liberty County Chamber of Commerce on Thursday, Feb. 9, at the restaurant, 720 E. Oglethorpe Highway in Hinesville.
This decadent dessert is guaranteed to impress, or your money back! (OK, that's a lie, but it's worth a shot.)
I found myself on the Southside far too early one morning last week. I had time to kill and an appetite running empty from a night of sleep.
I'd already decided to fire up the Weber for Super Bowl Sunday, but still did some research for friends who wanted wings without the hassle of doing them at home. That called for a drive-by of Wing Zone, a carry-out wings hut in the parking lot of Eisenhower Square Shopping Center.
Jump-start your resolution for a healthier you by committing to eat a more balanced diet this year, packed with foods such as salmon, an excellent source of protein that's loaded with vitamins and minerals. It's also one of the best sources of natural Omega-3 polyunsaturated fats, which are often referred to as "good fats" and offer numerous health benefits when eaten regularly.
Give up on your fantasies of street food coming to Savannah, or Georgia. Under the state's food code, it's virtually impossible to comply and make the kind of street eats us rabid foodies lust for while watching "Bizarre Foods" or "No Reservations."
Poole's Deli hosted a ribbon-cutting Dec. 15 in conjunction with the Liberty County Chamber of Commerce to celebrate the restaurant's 20th year in business.
In October 2010, I last reviewed Green Truck Pub on Habersham Street. Since then I've been in only a few times for a beer at the bar, and a handful of other times to eat, because I can't seem to get into this wildly successful neighborhood spot.
I don't really trash a joint in this column. This really ticks off my critics, who believe criticism should be based on personal taste and limited to some sort of foie gras and unicorn dream that a perfect meal waits around every corner.
I've been in a mall food court exactly six times in the past decade, each time to satisfy an acute Cinnabon fixation.
I often consider adjusting our thermostat because the humidity makes my wife's comfort-zone temperature of 75 degrees seem like 95. Sometimes, though, I fall back on that old, reliable cooling device - ice cream.
Statesboro's homegrown brewery, appropriately dubbed Eagle Creek Brewing Company, is scheduled to open its doors to the public on Sept. 1, just in time for football season. The brewery is in the midst of a regional beer tour that will allow beer enthusiasts to try one of their flagship brews at a variety of bars and restaurants in the Statesboro, Savannah and St. Simons areas. In Statesboro alone, 20 bars and restaurants are carrying Eagle Creek's Low Country Pale Ale, a beer that was brewed in response to the numerous "wimpy pale ales" in the market. Boasting three ...
The thought of eating macaroni and cheese, mashed potatoes and gravy, tuna salad and chicken pot pies was comforting long before they were called comfort foods. Comfort foods don't have to be fancy. They're simple, delicious and usually inexpensive to make.