Dept. 7 East shares space with The Tea Room on Broughton
Sitting at the bar at Dept. 7 East may seem odd because of its close proximity to shoppers perusing exotic herbs in The Tea Room, but the space is only complimented with the presence of the new restaurant.
Herbal elixirs and more for your health at the new Brighter Day deli
"The first time I had a shot of it, I felt like I'd had an acupuncture treatment," recalls Brighter Day owner Peter Brodhead. "It was a 'wow wow wow' moment."
Fresh brews, high ideals at the Foundery
Offering all manner of espresso drinks, sweet snacks and a parking lot in back, it's a welcome addition that serves the speedy, "get in-get out" set as well as those who prefer to lounge with their lattes and laptops for hours on end.
Edible art at Miss Polly's Cake Giants
No way you can miss it: a sky blue chalet with pink trim and a multi-tier cake logo, SCAD-designed and eye-catching to anyone riding by, and yes, that sweet scent of baking wafts through the air to draw you in.
Guests include Chefs Hugh Acheson, Chris Hastings, Steven Satterfield, Elizabeth Terry and Geir Kilen
"I think many other Southern cities have done a better job of paying attention to their innovative, culinary scenes and have reaped major economic benefits from doing so. The Festival is the vehicle for Savannah to ramp up its culinary scene."
Hidden treasures abound at this East Indian grocery
Most people don't know about this wonderful Indian market tucked away on the southside. You've got to really look for it, hidden behind Sushi Time Towa on Montgomery Cross Road, right across from our only remaining K-Mart.
Lean proteins, olive oil, baked-fresh-daily pita bread, homemade Greek dressing and hummus, simple seasonings, orzo and quinoa salads — these are fixtures in this new and already popular place.
Prepare for the marathon with a rockin' pasta party and concert
"It makes people feel comfortable because it's a tradition," explains Espinoza, who has helped coach hundreds — possibly thousands — of runners to the finish line.
Great Harvest brings old-fashioned cooking from scratch to Sandfly
It's a simple place, really, just sandwiches, baked chips and fruit for lunches, and a wonderful selection of fresh breads, muffins, scones, and a cookie menu that changes daily.
You may balk at the idea of smoked pork neckbone, but when it's done right — slow-cooked for a loooong time, tender, seasoned wisely, as it is here — it's a glorious thing.
Shalom Y'all Jewish Food Festival celebrates a sweet anniversary
For those who have been cooking together in this kitchen for all these years, the silver anniversary of the food festival (once known as "The Hard Lox Café" until copyright issues arose) is a commendable occasion.