Life paths tend to change dramatically when you hit your late 20s and early 30s, and so it was for Marcus Snipes.
Barbecue master spills his secrets—well, just a couple of 'em
WHEN SAVANNAH barbecue champion Wiley McCrary spilled his secrets in a cookbook earlier this year, many people rightly focused on the cooking techniques shared in its pages. And yes, Wiley’s Championship Barbecue: Secrets That Old Men Take To The Grave, co-written with his wife, Janet, and Amy Paige Condon, will do you wonders in the kitchen.
Popular event comes to the Hellenic Center once again this weekend
Chicken Salad Chick is bringing the goods to an already-devoted fan base
Mediterranean Tavern serves delicacies 'until the ouzo runs out'
My Peruvian husband courted me with the superb concoction known as the Pisco Sour, so tread lightly at first,
Ha Hot is an instant hit on the Southside
MANY SAVANNAHIANS over the years have lamented the closure of a certain Mongolian restaurant over on Hodgson Memorial, sadly demolished and replaced with a funeral home. Any time the place was mentioned it was sure to cause sighs, former devotees giving voice to yearnings for the all-you-can-eat, make-it-yourself offerings, and I’ve actually noticed a glistening eye or two.
Pacci's supper club brings everyone to the table
Think Mrs. Wilkes’ dining room, only with calamari and red wine instead of fried chicken and sweet tea.
I noticed it a few times on my way to places like Baraka's for Shrimp n' Grits, or late at night to pick up a Sloppy Joe at The Kickback: just a little joint on the east side of the street with folksy paintings of soul food decorating the storefront and bars on the windows. Yes, the neighborhood can occasionally resemble a war zone, and timid folks may hesitate to enter.
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