Tybee Restaurant Week begins 

Tybee Restaurant Week begins inaugural edition

Tybee Island enters the increasingly busy local foodie calendar by kicking off the 1st Annual Tybee Island Restaurant Week, Jan. 17-16. Participating restaurants will feature a selection of multi-course dinner options at fixed prices, about $25 per person.

We're told this event does not require reservations, but they're definitely recommended if available at participating the participating spots. No tickets, vouchers or coupons are anything else required. Beverage, tax & tip NOT included. Yes, you can order off the menu a la carte if you prefer!

The list of participating Tybee spots is pretty much a massive who's-who of all the best spots on the island: Huc-a-poo's, Spanky's, Tybee Island Social Club, Sundae Café, Stingray's, A.J.'s, Coco's Sunset Grille, Fannies, the Crab Shack, the Rock House, and North Beach Bar and Grill.

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Forsyth Farmers Market is back this Saturday

After a two-week winter holiday hiatus, the ever-popular Forsyth Farmers Market is back in operation this Saturday from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. at the eponymous greenspace.

The Market also wants to remind you they have a "Friends of the Market" program. For $25 you get a tote, a weekly discount card and "that special peace of mind that comes from supporting a farmer's market."

Art on Tap @ Jepson

Brew meets visual art in the kickoff "happy hour experience" this Thursday 5-8 p.m. at the Telfair Museums' Jepson Center.

Local geniuses Southbound Brewing Company are offering the drafts on hand at Art on Tap.

Art on Tap guests are also invited to experience the latest exhibitions, sights and sounds at the Jepson Center. Tix are $10 for Telfair members and $15 for non-members, and you get one drink ticket, light appetizers and general museum admission.



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