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Contents Feed 12 Gardening

Fall gardening practices and preparation.

15 Recycle Savannah

The what, where, and how of basic recycling in Savannah.

18 Nutrition

Dr. Hargrove of the Holistic Health Center, shares her tips for practical family nutrition.

21 The Pyramid Goes Practical An introduction to the food pyramid’s replacement : My Plate.

25 The Well FED Pet

21 Things NOT to feed your pet.

Eat 30 Casserole Queens

Sandy and Crystal show us how to “Put some lovin’ in your oven”. Plus-Recipe for World’s Greatest Chicken Pot Pie & your chance to win a copy of The Casserole Queens Cookbook!

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In this back to school edition, we’re taking all of our readers back to the fundamentals of living a well fed and sustainable life. From Fall gardening techniques with Kelly, to picking a great wine, we’ve got you covered. We’re going back to the basics and rebuilding the pyramids at the same time! Jen Drey breaks down the new food group guidlines and Sabina Cushing gives us a wealth of information on how to properly recycle, here in Savannah. It’s been almost a year since our first issue and it was in that very first issue, in half black and white, that we released our A to Z guide on what not to feed your pet.We have decided to reprint this essential guide for all our pet loving readers out there. Speaking of pets, Well FED is partnering with the Humane Society for the next couple months to help them raise money and meet their goal of getting 1,000 pets adopted by October 31st. We hope that you all join us in this endeavor and spread the word! We also invite you to come out to several fundraising events taking place. See the Well FED Pet section, starting on page 24 to learn more and also be sure to visit our website: www.wellfedsavannah.com, then click on the Community tab, to stay up to date on more local events as they arise.

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Jennifer Restivo Christine Conaway Ben Mattern Contributing Writers

Kelly Lockamy Jen Drey Sabina Cushing Dr. Tassie Hargrove Crystal Cook Sandy Pollock Jason Restivo Contributing Artists

There is one event in particular that you will surely not want to miss: Well FED is partnering with the Center for Science in the Public Interest and dozens of local advocacy groups, non-profit organizations, business, and concerned citizens to hold The First Annual Food Day Festival in Savannah! (See page 5) The festival is not until October 22nd and the national Food Day is on October 24th, but we simply couldn’t wait to tell you about it! Be sure to visit our website for updates on what is sure to be one of Savannah’s largest celebrations aimed at raising awareness for healthy and sustainable food systems.

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fallgardening If your garden looks anything like mine,

you’ll see very tired tomato plants, squash, pole beans, watermelon and cucumber vines starting to die back.The peppers and eggplants are still cranking it out, there’s an overwhelming amount of Malabar spinach and amaranth greens, and the second crops of okra and squash are just now ready to pick. Also the perennial crops of blackberry and strawberry could use some attention. This season is a busier time of year than spring with perennial maintenance. There’s summer clean-out, summer succession planting and fall/winter planting. So let’s organize our thoughts and take it step by step. Step one is to assess your remaining summer garden. Add to the compost bin what is no longer producing. Any summer plants that look like they’d revive with a little attention, side dress or soil drench with liquid fertilizer - my cucumbers, eggplants, peppers and squash fall into this category. Second step- look at the empty spaces that have opened up in your garden; decide if you want another round of summer veggies, or if you want to start your fall and winter plantings instead. You can go either way this time of year. If replanting summer crops, make sure they are harvestable within the next 8-10 weeks. Plant your succession crop in spots that previously grew an entirely different family of plants. Thirdly- know our climate. Officially, our first frost date is around November 15th , but it’s often later with the climate changing. Our climate zone has changed from a solid 8 when I moved here 32 years ago, to 8b. Now most of the eastern side of Savannah is a 9 which has a frost date of December 1st. Look at the summer veggie seed packs and make sure the labeled “days-tomaturity” give you time to harvest a crop before the cold nights make the blossoms drop before fruit set. If planting seedlings, you don’t need to worry as much about length of growing season since you’ll have a 4-6 week start already.


Twyla at Victory Feed and Seed has seedlings for both summer and fall plants, as well as

organic seeds and amendments. I recommend direct seeding the following fast growing crops: green beans, cucumber, squash, and also carrots and beets, not because they’re fast, but because they can take cold weather. Plant successions of arugula, radish and lettuce as they are both fast growing and cold weather tolerant. Buy seedlings of tomato, peppers, and any summer crop you want to get a head-start with. If you don’t replant a summer crop, cool weather crops can be started inground or in trays now to be planted out later when summer crops are cleared out. Alternatively, seed and feed stores will be carrying fall/winter seedlings through November or so. Seed-potatoes can be laid on trays in cool dark places to grow their “eyes” out. They can be planted in October, either in-ground, straw bales, paper feed bags, mulch piles. This could be an article in itself. Perennial foods such as berries and fruits have flourished in my garden this year. The strawberries have taken over one corner of the garden, spilling out everywhere. The mamma plants need to be thinned and cut back to the crowns, fertilized and mulched. The daughters (runners) will be thinned and transplanted to new quarters. The mammas are good for three years of productivity, after that they get pulled and composted. Their bed will be rotated into production with another crop, and new beds made for the daughters they produced each year. It’s a good idea to make a marker with the date or keep a journal when you plant the runners. In this way you’ll know when it’s time to rotate that bed to another crop and by your third year, you’ll always have three generations of strawberries. The blooms should be pinched off the one year old bed which allows them to bloom and produce with the highest yield the second year. After the third year of harvest they should be tilled or composted. Don’t plant strawberries in the same beds where they’ve grown previously and keep them well apart from the solanacea family (tomatoes, peppers, potatoes) as they share many of the same diseases. Here in the Deep South, fall is a great time to establish a strawberry bed. Find a friend who has a bed and I’ll bet you can get all the free runners you care to plant.

My thornless blackberry canes must be six to eight feet long! Sure wish I’d tended to them right after harvest, but alas, too many competing things to be tended to. The old canes of the blackberry can be cut out and prune back the long canes of this year’s growth to 6 side shoots per cane. Pruning out the old canes keeps productivity high and disease opportunities low, allowing new growth to produce berries next spring. Fruit trees are either pruned right after harvest or while still dormant in the spring. The best time to plant trees is in the fall. They will have time to acclimate to their new environment before the dormancy of winter, yet not have to endure the heat and drought of summer. Also, winter is the time that trees put energy into building root structure, so they’ll be better established by the time harsh summer conditions come around. Winter time is the fruiting season for citrus. When planting pinch off most or all of the buds the first year allowing more energy to go into root development. This helps them get better established in their first year in the ground. So don your sunhat, use sunscreen, drink plenty of water and get to work! There’s the ease of the winter garden ahead- weeds grow slow, the sun is a welcome companion and watering is less of a concern. And please continue to enjoy and share the harvest of your labor!

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RECYCLE Savannah These days, ecological awareness is no longer a fashion choice or lifestyle preference, but an urgent demand upon every one of us to step it up and get with the program. As the seconds tick by, the call to arms to become better stewards of our Earth is especially dire: expensive landfills are filling up at alarming rates, as most of us are still “tossing out” the “garbage” without a second thought. And contrary to popular belief, it is never too late. But this behavior must drastically change within each of us, immediately. Quite simply because:

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Even though the City of Savannah started its residential curbside recycling pick-up service in 2009, it seems that most residents are still perplexed as to exactly what goes in the black landfill bin, and what is considered a “recyclable”. (If you don’t already have a bin with a yellow lid, request (or demand) one from your landlord, or contact the city sanitation department at 651-6579). Unfortunately, residents of the rest of Chatham Co. and businesses statewide still have much more limited options.While the city may be able to arrange recycle pick-up for SOME businesses from the few alleyways that house community dumpsters around town, the more plausible way to deal with commercial waste is to hire a private collector to pick up the recyclables, or, drive it (already separated, residential only) to participating drop-off locations (and not all sites collect the same materials). Even though figuring out the best way to ultimately deal with all of your waste responsibly may take a bit of research at first, it is easy to get started!

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The following items are accepted at various drop-off locations, are potentially re-usable, or really should be diverted elsewhere. (See our online recycling resource list on our facebook page or www.wellfedsavannah.com)

In any case, these items should not - or need not - go into the landfill: • • • • • • • • •

wood yardwaste any batteries CFL lightbulbs cans of paint or other hazardous liquids/ chemicals any reusable household items food scraps cooking oil paper milk/juice cartons

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all plastics #1-7 plastic bags (marked with a number) Styrofoam scrap metal clothing/shoes/ eyeglasses automotive parts/tires/ oil electronics/computers/ appliances/cords cell phones ink cartridges furniture

Below is a list of what goes into our curbside recycle bin (YELLOW LID): clean glass bottles and jars (without lids) • paper, newspaper, catalogs, paperback books clean hard plastic bottles/containers (Must be • dry cardboard boxes (flattened) numbered 1-7) * • dry paperboard/pasteboard (like cereal boxes) dry mixed paper including junk mail, computer • empty metal cans, any kind

Take care before tossing your recyclables into that bin though; TOO MANY CONTAMINANTS CAN SPOIL THE WHOLE EFFORT. Empty and rinse out all containers! Food scraps, plastic bags, yard waste, or anything else not on the bin list must NOT go into it.

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BUYER BEWARE: At this time, a glut for plastics #3-7 is likely, as there is not a good market for re-purposing these materials in this region yet. The conscientious consumer is advised simply to avoid purchasing these types of plastics in general, until further notice.

Researching how each of these special needs items can be processed may require a little online research for your specific area. Here are some examples: Food waste: Probably one of the biggest contributors to greenhouse gasses from landfill sites, food scraps should be composted, period. Also, compostable paper and other natural materials. Contact Savannah Urban Garden Alliance for more info on how to do this. Yard waste: This is to be put in large brown paper yard waste bags only (no plastic) and will be picked up curbside on the same day as your regular trash. (See your city’s web page for details). Paint: This is a tough one if you don’t want to wait for Earth Day drop-off once a year…some local paint business may take old paint for recycling, and The Restore on Victory Drive/Habitat For Humanity takes only unopened cans of paint. Perhaps donating leftovers to a school project, or using it up yourself is the best idea! Empy [latex] paint cans can be taken to participating drop-off locations. Tires: Not only is it hazardous to dump your old tires in the landfill, it’s illegal. For a small fee your responsible neighborhood auto shop will take them. StyrofoaM: Virtually nonrecyclable and toxic. Most Publix Markets have an outside bin for clean foam food trays and egg cartons; but further research is needed to determine how they are ultimately processed, and if they would take other types of foam. Personally, I just say “no” to purchasing Styrofoam, and let my local businesses know that I won’t use it!

For more resources and tips on recycling, visit: www.wellfedsavannah.com www.chathamcountyrecycles.com www.footprintsavannah.com

Plastic shopping bags (#2s): These nefarious little menaces are a total strain on our ecosystem, polluting waterways and harming marine life, and literally choking up the landfills, as it is estimated that almost all of the hundreds of thousands of plastic bags used PER SECOND in the US are ultimately discarded. Many cities are banning them altogether. Publix Markets do have a bin for recycling those # 2 bags, but better yet? Don’t accept plastic bags at all. Bring your own, or, if you must, choose paper. E l e c t r o n i c s / a pp l i a n c e s / batteries: There are many drop off opportunities for all things electric, including cords and DVDs too.The Resource Conservation Education Center on Eisenhower Dr. (near Waters Ave.) for one, takes computers, cords, microwaves, TVs, batteries, cell phones, printer cartridges and eyeglasses. Just separate them, and drive through. It couldn’t be easier. (There is a small fee for some of the larger items like big screen TVs). Stores like Office Depot and Radio Shack usually take things like batteries and printer ink cartridges. Office Depot even has a program which takes your discarded electronics for a small fee. Furniture, Books or ANY stilluseable items: Goodwill it! This is one of the best places for your unwanteds. Any time you head to the Southside, bring a box of your old stuff (that is still usable) and drop it off to the Goodwill on Sallie Mood Dr., or the Humane Society across the street. Make your trash someone else’s treasure! (And, it’s a write off). Compact fluorescent lightbulbs: Home Depot has a drop box for these (just place unbroken into a plastic bag). These, like batteries, are considered a hazardous material and are not to be put into the trash. Alas, the rest of our waste often end up as landfill, but even this doesn’t have to! Items like mirrors, window glass, broken glass, ceramics, drinkware, soft unmarked plastic (like cellophane), plastic lids, and other difficult items could always be re-used in other creative ways, and there are occasional markets for odd materials, so be creative and research it!


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Take the Time to Feed Kids Right By Dr. Tassie Hargrove

As a parent, you are probably like me. Getting ready for school, shopping for book bags, school uniforms and lunch boxes. As a doctor, I know how important a nutritious breakfast and lunch is to our kids. But I still struggle like every other parent to find balance between real foods and convenience foods for my kids and family.

Most American breakfasts are centered on carbohydrates like cereal, grits, toast or oatmeal (or those darn Pop Tarts!) These may be great for quick energy, but if they are not paired with a protein like eggs, turkey bacon, yogurt or cheese, our kids will be drained and zoned before they even get off the bus.

We truly are what we eat. The professional surfer Laird Hamilton once said, “You eat potato chips, you’re going to perform like a potato chip.” How do we expect our kids to perform at their best, pay attention, learn, sit still when they eat Pop Tarts for breakfast?

But let’s get real.Who has time to cook a full breakfast AND pack book bags, walk the dog, make lunches, pack snacks, get the kids to school and yourself to work on time?!

Even when we think we’re doing right by our kids, we still need to pay close attention. Case and point: check the sugar grams in a “healthy cereal bar” or a package of instant maple oatmeal—it’s as much as cookies or candy!

My solution was to start my daughter on smoothies when she was really young. She was not a great eater, and I found that I could feed her a fruit smoothie packed with protein, vitamins, minerals and sometimes even immune boosters. And she thought she was getting a treat! Home run! (Find my smoothie recipe at hhcofsavannah.com.) By now we are on to the mid-morning. The kids have been engaging their brains for a couple of hours (we hope.) Brains use a surprising amount of glucose (blood sugar), and some of my kids’ teachers allow a morning snack. Again, I try to pack protein, like string cheese, nuts or nut butters. I have looked for healthy granola bars—but when the sugar grams are higher than the protein, I pretty much consider it a candy bar. When I am on my game, I make my own homemade protein/granola bars (this recipe can also be found at hhcofsavannah.com.)

FYI: Cutters Point coffeeshop in Sandfly has an oatmeal/peanut butter/raisin ball that is a nice alternative to candy masking as granola bars. I really like them, and I’ve noticed some mothers at the swim meets doling out their own homemade versions. The kids were eating them up!


Now for lunch! Should our kids buy lunch or bring lunch from home? As a nutritionist, I was very interested in what they were serving at my kids’ public elementary school. My first impression was a good one: The lunch was balanced with protein, carbs, fruit and milk. However, there were only two workers in the whole cafeteria, who basically just reheated these meals with little to no preparation. This means the food was prepared long before it ended up on the kids’ plates. These processed foods are usually less susceptible to early spoilage than fresh food, but they have little nutritional benefit and are typically filled with additives and preservatives. Far better for our growing kids are lunches comprised of whole foods—foods that are unprocessed and unrefined. Why do we want whole foods instead of processed foods? Because whole foods contain nutrients that are vital for our health like enzymes, fiber, vitamins, minerals, etc. and most processed foods do not. They’re basically just empty calories.

“... Make sure all kids have access to healthy, whole foods” I mostly pack my kids lunches. I strive to pack whole, healthy foods that will be tasty at noon without being heated. Not always easy. Do they eat it all and thank me for it? No, not always. Do I keep trying because their future and current health depends on it? Yes! We all want what is best for our kids, I don’t care who you are or what country you live in. We can all win if we can work to help our local schools partner with local farmers to make sure all kids have access to healthy, whole foods. As a doctor and as a mother, I am happy to share what I have found works for me, my family and my patients. If you have any “home run” ideas or suggestions please feel free to post them on our Facebook site. Have a great school year! Dr. Tassie Hargrove practices at: Holistic Health Center. 912-355-3185 7037 Hodgson Memorial Drive

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The Pyramid Goes Practical By Jennifer L. Drey

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aybe it was the less-thanstraight-forward design that asked us to convert a triangular chart into a day’s worth of eating. Or, maybe after seeing some version of it for nearly two decades, we had learned to look right past it. Perhaps many of us had just lost faith in it given the obesity epidemic that surrounds us. Whatever it was, it had become pretty clear that the federal government’s former food group symbol, commonly referred to as “the food pyramid,” was not curbing many people’s appetites for the wrong types of foods. The government’s former pyramid-style food guidelines needed a fresh look. The result was the new MyPlate food group symbol launched in June, now complete with a series of interactive online tools.

The New Food Group Symbol, MyPlate Divided into 5 sections: Fruits, Vegetables, Protein, Grains, and Dairy.

The more aesthetically pleasing MyPlate provides a simple image of, rather obviously, a plate.The plate is divided into four labeled sections—vegetables, fruits, grains and protein. It also has a spot above the plate for dairy. The graphic clearly indicates that vegetables should be the major component of every meal. Together, vegetables and fruits make up half of the plate, while grains and proteins make up the other half of the plate in nearly equal portions. The simplified appearance allows users to look at their food choices one meal at a time, which is hopefully less daunting than the full day of eating that the former food pyramids tried to pack into one chart. Catherine Compton, a nutritional coach at West Rehab & Sports Medicine in Savannah, said about the new graphic:

Beyond having a simplified appearance, MyPlate also updates some of the information included on the former pyramid. One subtle change is that the names of the groups were modified to be less limiting. The former “milk group” is now the “dairy group,” and the former “meat and beans group” is now the “protein group.”

“There could be definite improvements, but overall [MyPlate] sends a good message and is easy to quickly visualize and duplicate any time you sit down for a meal that you need to include all of the food groups represented,”

Overall, the latest advice is a huge improvement over the pyramid, particularly the added emphasis on vegetables and fruits, Compton said. However, the MyPlate graphic is merely an icon and does not include any specifics on the federal government’s recommended servings per day for each of the food categories. The underlying goal is that the graphic will compel users to create a healthy plate and then seek more information on how to do that, according to a U.S. Department of Agriculture statement released when the program launched.

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1992 (above left) ~ Former Food Group Symbols~ 2005 (above right) That’s where the interactive tools on the USDA’s MyPlate webpage (www.choosemyplate.gov) come in. The website allows users to create a personalized food plan based on their age, sex, height, weight and level of physical activity. Using the personal information provided, the site will present the user with specific intake amounts to try to achieve in each food group. Grains and protein amounts are provided in ounces, while the fruit, vegetable and dairy totals are given in cups. Specific tips for increasing consumption are offered for each food category. To create a personalized plan, go to www. choosemyplate.gov and click “Interactive Tools,” which is in the top column on the left. The first choice on the next page is “Daily Food Plan.” Digging a little deeper by clicking on the “Food Groups” link on the MyPlate website also leads to definitions for each food group, which have been updated to include some particularly useful information, Compton said. For example, the protein group now highlights seafood and beans as good sources of protein. At the same time, Compton believes the information surrounding MyPlate could be more comprehensive. For one thing, the graphic and related information fail to advise users to avoid high-mercury and over-fished varieties of seafood. There’s also no mention of the potential health benefits of grass-fed meat or organic produce. Nor does the information discuss Omega 3’s, which are the “good” fats, she noted. The homepage of the website does provide tips that urge users to make at least half of their grains be whole grains and to switch to fat-free or low-fat milk. It also suggests choosing lower-sodium foods and drinking water instead of sugary drinks.

The advice—as well as all of the information included on the MyPlate icon itself— stems from the basic messages included in the federal government’s 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans, launched in January of this year. Over the next few years, the USDA will work with First Lady Michelle Obama’s Let’s Move! Initiative and public and private partners to promote MyPlate its related online resources, the agency said in June. Still, MyPlate relies on its users taking a proactive approach to get the full benefits. Will it work? Will consumers seek out the additional information necessary to maximize MyPlate? It’s definitely too early to know. But it is good to see that the tools are out there, free of charge, for those who choose to use them. In addition to the USDA’s new website, Compton writes a local blog at wellsavannah.com that also provides nutritional advice.

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left lying on the coffee table. Yet, we still do our best everyday to ensure their safety, happiness, and general well-being. In recent issues of Well FED we have encouraged supplementing your pet’s everyday diet with some healthy fresh ingredients such as yogurt, fruits, and veggies. Be creative when it comes to incorporating these fresh ingredients into your pet’s diet such as making frozen “puppy pops” with fresh fruit or sprinkling pieces of tasty veggies to your pet’s dry food, but remember that everything that is generally good for human diets is not always good for your dog or cat. This list of things NOT to feed our pet was published in the very first issue of Well FED but it is still as important today as it was then. To assist you in your endeavors to supplement your pet’s diet with fresh foods, tear out this list of things NOT to feed your pet and post it on your fridge, or print it from the online version at wellfedsavannah.com. continued on next page

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THINGS NOT TO FEED YOUR PET Alcohol Any type of alcohol can be poisonous to your pet, cause intoxication, and can cause a coma or even death. Apricot/Peach/ Cherry Pits Can cause GI blockage/ obstruction, or possible respiratory problems such as breathing, coughing and sneezing. Avocado All parts contain persin, which can lead to vomiting, diarrhea, mild tremors, and signs of depression. Caffeine/Coffee Affects the central nervous system and can result in increased breathing and heart rate, hyperactivity, and restlessness. Chocolate Can cause irregular heart rate, hyperactivity, restlessness, diarrhea, vomiting, panting, muscle tremors, abdominal pain, bloody urine, increased body temperature, seizures, coma and even death. dairy It has been reported that as many as 50% of dogs are lactose intolerant, leading to severe diarrhea.

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grapes/raisins Can be poisonous and can cause vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain, and kidney damage. You may also notice your pet become lethargic and have a loss of appetite. Hops May cause elevated temperature and increased heart rate, leading to increased panting, seizures and even death.

potatoes Which are green or have sprouts, including leaves and stems: Contain solanine glycosides, which interfere with the digestive, urinary, and central nervous systems. Can lead to: vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain, depression, trembling, paralysis, and even cardiac arrest. rhubarb leaves Can cause problems with the digestive and central nervous system.

macadamia nuts Can lead to elevated temperature, vomiting, lethargy, abdominal pain, stiff joints, and tremors.

salt Ingestion in large quantities can cause an electrolyte imbalance.

marijuana The active ingredient, THC, depresses the nervous system, and may cause vomiting and changes in the heart rate.

tobacco Contains nicotine, which affects the digestive and nervous systems. Can result in rapid heartbeat, coma, and even death.

moldy foods Varied effects depending on the food; may include vomiting and diarrhea.

tomato leaves/stem While the tomato itself is not known to be toxic to pets. The green parts (leaves and stems) can cause problems with the digestive and nervous systems.

mushrooms There are many different types of mushrooms that may have varied effects also determined by the amount ingested. Effects may include: diarrhea, vomiting, abdominal pain, liver failure, kidney failure, heart damage, excessive tearing, drooling, and urination, hyperactivity and in some cases, hallucinations, seizures, or even death. onions/onion powder Can cause vomiting and diarrhea.

walnuts Can cause vomiting and diarrhea, trouble breathing, sneezing, and coughing. yeast dough Can expand inside your pet after ingestion and result in gas, pain and possible rupture of the stomach or intestines. xylitol An artificial sweetener commonly found in candy and chewing gum. Can cause liver damage and even death.


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Crystal Cook and Sandy Pollock make a mean Chicken Pot Pie, elevating the classic recipe with white wine and fresh tarragon. Their recipe won them such a following in Texas that Bobby Flay took notice and challenged them to a Throwdown. It turns out that the Casserole Queens, as the duo is known, are much more than one-hit wonders of the one-dish dinner. They have built an entire business around revamping the ultimate quick-fix dinner for modern tastes. In The Casserole Queens Cookbook, they share their fresh, updated, from-scratch recipes for traditional dishes. Tuna Noodle is brought up a notch with a homemade cream sauce and a kick of cayenne pepper; Halibut Enchiladas with Salsa Verde are surprisingly light and vibrant; Mandarin Meatloaf has a sweet orange flavor that recharges a beloved weeknight staple. There are home-style desserts, like Gooey Apple Butter Cake, and great brunch dishes, such as Frenchy Toast Casserole. The Queens have thought of everything, providing advice on scaling and freezing casseroles so that anyone can stock the freezer with go-to dinners.

An excerpt with recipe from The Casserole Queens Cookbook: To us, casseroles represent more than just a delicious and nutritious meal for the family. The also represent a way of life – part of the retro chic brand that defines the Casserole Queens as a business and the two of us as individuals. When we think of the quintessential 1950s homemaker, we have to chuckle. Hurry, ladies! Rush and fluff the pillows, prepare his favorite drink, straighten your hair, and quiet down the kids – your husband is coming home from a hard day at work! Oh, how times have changed. Homemakers may be men or women, and few of us would seek advice on creating a comfortable environment for our spouse. And yet the kitchen remains an important place in many of our lives, not because we are expected to be there but because it is where we can show our devotion to the ones we love most. When you choose to express yourself through the dishes you cook, it’s about more than the ingredients. It’s about passion, presentation, creation, and pleasing the senses. (Mmmm, smell that? That’s my cookin’!) Reprinted with permission from The Casserole Queens Cookbook by Crystal Cook & Sandy Pollock, copyright © 2011. Published by Clarkson Potter/Publishers, an imprint of the Crown Publishing Group, a division of Random House, Inc.” Photos: Ben Fink © 2011

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Quick Tips to Cut Calories If a recipe calls for a canned fruit in heavy syrup, forget the can and substitute the real thing. If the fruit happens not to be in season, opt for a canned version in its natural juices. So maybe your mom was right when she told you to eat more veggies. Simply decrease the meat and increase the vegetables called for in the recipe. Or, if you are feeling adventurous, there are a lot of healthful soy-based meat alternatives. Seriously, we’ve tried them and they do a fine job standing in for the real deal!

Foods that are white in color are usually hiding a dirty secret: empty carbs. Choose whole-grain versions of pasta and bread. Wheat flour over white flour. Substitute white rice with brown rice, wild rice, bulgar, or pearl barley. When baking your favorite sweets, substitute applesauce or prune puree for half the butter, shortening or oil called for in the recipe. It works really well. But as we mentioned, it might take a few tries to get it just right!

World’s Greatest Chicken Pot P ie MAKES 8 SERVINGS 2 Tbs. unsalted butter 1 (3 lb.) roasted chicken, boned and shredded 1/4 cup chopped red bell pepper 2 medium shallots, thinly sliced 3 Tbs. all-purpose flour 2 tsp. salt 1 tsp. dried tarragon, crushed 1 tsp. freshly ground black pepper 2 cups whole milk 1 cup heavy cream 1/3 cup dry white wine 1 1/2 cups fresh peas, blanched 1 1/2 cups carrots, diced and blanched 2 russet potatoes, diced and blanched 1 sheet frozen puff pastry, thawed Egg wash (lightly whisk together 1 whole egg and 1 tsp. water) 1. Preheat the oven to 425°F. 2. In a large skillet set over medium-high heat, melt the butter. Add the chicken, bell pepper, and shallots, and cook, stirring constantly, for 5 minutes. Stir in the flour, salt, tarragon, and black pepper. Add the milk and cream, and cook, stirring frequently, until the mixture is thick and bubbly, about 10 minutes. Add the wine, peas, carrots, and potatoes and stir until heated thoroughly, about 5 minutes. 3. Transfer the hot chicken mixture to a 9 x 13-inch casserole dish. Place the puff pastry over the top of the casserole dish. Brush the edges of the puff pastry with the egg wash and press against the side of the casserole dish, then cut slits in the pastry to allow steam to escape. Brush the top of the puff pastry with egg wash—this will help the puff pastry brown evenly. Bake for about 35 minutes or until the top is golden brown. Serve immediately.

Variations:

Make individual pot pies! Portion out the filling into 6-ounce ramekins. Top each ramekin with some puff pastry and freeze. Cook at 425°F for 20 minutes or until puff pastry is golden brown. So cute! Use store-bought pie dough and make empanadas! Using a 3-inch circle pastry cutter, cut 12 circles out of the dough. Place a large spoonful of filling on one half of each circle. Brush the edge of the pastry with egg wash, then fold in half to make a half-moon shape. Press the edges together firmly and crimp with a fork. Put the empanada on a baking sheet and bake at 350°F for about 30 minutes or until golden brown.


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13 E Broughton St. 912.236.1557

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M-F: 7am-4pm, Sa-Su: 9am-4pm

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102 E. Broad St. 912.234.6686

202 W. Bay St.

Sa-Su: 11am-3pm, M-F: 5pm-10pm, Sa: 5pm-10:30pm, Su: 5pm-9pm

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207 W.York St.

“Green” cafe located on the second floor of Jepsum center, overlooking Telfair Square. Traditional and unique mix of cafe selections sourced from fresh and local ingredients.

Cafe Zeum $$

224 W. Julian St. 912.790.8833

Historic casual setting. Daily seafood selections and extensive wine list. Happy Hour, M-F from 4:30pm-7pm with appetizer specials.

D12 Chart House A $$

1102 Bull St. 912.236.7133

M-Th: 11am-9pm, F-Sa: 11am-10pm, Su: 12pm-9pm

Emphasis is on consistently delicious organic, and seasonal fare served in a fun and innovative space.

Cha Bella A $$

1 N. Lincoln St. 912.236.4703

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Large eclectic menu with regular specials. Casual dining with outdoor seating located in City Market.

Cafe at City Market $$ A

20 E. Perry St. 912.231.2385

Su: 11am-9pm, M-Th: 11am-9pm, F-Sa: 11am-10pm

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Eclectic mix of sandwiches, pasta, salads, soups and more. Daily specials. Spacious and casual express setting. Take out and catering available. Now serving brunch.

Caraway Cafe $ A

912.651.9660

M-Th: 11am-10pm, F-Sa: 11am-11pm Su: 12:30pm-10pm

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115 E. River St. 912.231.9049

Freshly prepared local and organic selections. Gluten free and vegan options. Juice bar, smoothies, soups, sandwiches, and daily specials. Located in Brighter Day Natural Foods Market M-Sa: 11am-4pm

Brighter Day Deli $

315 W. Julian St. 912.236.1827

Tu-Th: 5pm-10pm, F-Sa: 5pm-12am, Su: 5pm-10pm

Alcohol, beer, or wine available.

New American cuisine with a Southern Flair. Located in a restored, historic cotton warehouse overlooking the Savannah River.

Boar’s Head Grill $$ A

912.233.2626

M-Th: 11am-12am, F-Sa: 11am-3am, Su: 11am-2am

Southwestern BBQ. Sandwiches, platter, or by the pound. Large selection of craft beer. Live Music on weekends at 6:30pm. Jazz on Fri.

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M-Sa: 11am-3pm, M-Sa: 5pm-10pm, Su. Brunch: 11:30am-3pm

M-Sa: 11am-3am, Su: 11am -2am

109 Whitaker St. 912.233.6411 14 N. Abercorn Ramp K1 G6 Blowin’ Smoke BBQ A $

Casual dining in a well appointed historic Casual dining atmosphere on the river. Serving Classic intimate dining ambiance. Menu building. Nationally acclaimed menu featuring standard American fare. Famous for oysters. selections include contemporary American certified Angus beef steaks and fresh seafood. Karaoke on Fri. & Sa. nights. and international fare. Daily Specials.

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325 E. Bay St. 912.231.0986

Children’s Menu

Belford’s A $$ - $$$

912.233.1319

Su-Th: 11am-10pm, F-Sa: 11am-12am

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Serving Cajun, Italian, American and seafood. Cozy with full bar. Open for over 20 years. Live music every night at 9pm. Pool & Darts in upstairs bar.

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14 Barnard St.

M-F: 6:30-10am, Sa-Su: 7-11am, M-Th: 5-11pm, F-Sa: 5-12pm, Su:5-10pm

D5 Bayou Cafe

Casual express dining with an extensive bbq menu that includes their famous pork, rib and brisket dinners.They also provide a wide selection of locally caught seafood. M-Sa: 11:30am-8pm, Su: 11:30am-3:30pm

Barnes BBQ Express A $

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36 MLK Blvd.

Contemporary and relaxed resort dining atmosphere. Inventive menu with Southern influences. Breakfast buffet and dinner tapas.

AVIA Kitchen $$ A

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Su: 12pm-9pm

21 W. Oglethorpe Ln. 912.233.2116

Tu: 11:30am-3pm, W-Sa: 11:30a-6pm

114 Barnard St. 912.495.0902

Award winning burgers and standard American fare. Casual dining setting with over 170 burgers on menu

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Memphis style barbecue in a casual setting. Simple menu includes standard barbecue fare. “A little taste of Heaven that’s been through Hell.”

Angel’s BBQ $ A

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123 E. Broughton St. 912.238.1606

M-F: 6pm-10pm, Lounge opens at 5pm.

307 E. President St. 912.234.3111

Casual bistro setting with full bar. Serving award winning breakfast. Southern inspired contemporary menu in Savannah’s oldest tavern.

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Well appointed ambiance set in the Marshall 606 is an eclectic, creative, and cozy restaurant dedicated to serving great House hotel. Contemporary American and European fare. Reservations Recommended. American cuisine

45 Bistro A $$

912.236.7122

M-F: 11:30am-3pm, M-F: 6pm-10pm Lounge Su-Sa: 12pm-12am

Lavish contemporary ambiance. Eclectic Eclectic menu with international and southern menu with traditional southern, American, and flair. Contemporary fine dining ambiance. European influences. Fresh, Local, and Organic Fare. M-Su: 7am-2pm, M-Su: 5pm-10pm M–Su: 5:30pm–10pm

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BBQ, Southern, Seafood, Burgers, Sandwiches, etc.

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Southern Tapas, soups, salads. Light lunch menu. Heavier dinner menu includes local shrimp and selection of finer cuts of beef.

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311 W. Congress St.

M-Sa: 11am-3am, Su: 12pm-3am

Casual intimate Scottish Pub. Menu features traditional American and Scottish fare.

11 W. Liberty St. 912.239.9600

Casual eclectic atmosphere matches the eclectic menu. Large selection of pizzas, hoagies, munchies and beers. M-Th: 11am-10pm, F-Sa: 11am-10:30pm, Su: 11am-10pm

21 E. McDonough St. 912.495.0705

M-Sa: 8am-3am, Su: 8am-2am

M-Su: 11am-12 am

912.236.8711 301 W. Broughton St. 912.233.6136

M-Su: 6-10pm

Contemporary casual atmosphere. Southern influenced menu utilizing local and seasonal selections. Boutique wine list.

102 Congress St. 912.790.9000 117 W. River St. 912.233.2600 1110 Bull St. Mellow Mushroom Molly MacPherson’s D3 G6 H5 A $ A $$

Classic casual Irish American pub. Serving large breakfast, lunch and dinner selections. Famous for nightly karaoke

D3 McDonough’s A $$

411 W Bay St. 912.233.9626

M-Sa: 11pm-3am, Su: 12:30pm-2:30am

Large selection of contemporary American fare in a casual upbeat setting.

Locos Grill & Pub A $$

912.790.7000

M-F: 6am-1030am, M-F 1130am-130pm, Sa-Su: 6am-11am, M-Su: 5-10pm

Paula Deen family establishment. Classic southern fare serving buffet style and menu specials. M-Sa: 11am-3pm, M-Sa: 5pm-close, Su: 11am-5pm

Alcohol, beer, or wine available.

Inside the Doubletree Hotel. Mix of American Traditional Irish pub with Irish singing every selections and bistro fare. Classic Southern lunch night. Menu features classic American and buffet served Mon-Sat. More international selec- Irish fare. tions at dinner with traditional desserts

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122 E. Liberty St. 912.944.4343 9 Drayton St. 912.236.7494 912.234.7385 115 E. River St. 912.231.0100 John Ryan’s Bistro & Pub B4 Lady and Sons D5 Local 11Ten B2 Kevin Barry’s Irish Pub $$ A $$ A A $$ $$$ A

Casual rooftop dining featuring an extensive Large menu featuring classic American Barbeque, ribs, and wings served in an upbeat menu of salads, apps, sandwiches and dinner breakfast and lunch selections. Casual setting. atmosphere with servers in red cowgirl boots. entrees. M: 4-11pm, Tu-Th: 11am-11pm, M-Su: 7am-2pm M-Sa: 11am-3am ,Su: 11:30am-2am F-Sa: 11am-2am, Su: 12-11pm

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Authentic New Orleans cuisine. Serving late breakfasts and local seafood in a casual atmosphere. M-Th: 7am-10pm, F: 7am-11pm, Sa: 8am-11pm, Su: 8am-10pm

714 MLK Jr. Blvd. 912.232.7118 315 W. Congress St. 912.233.4683 912.234.1971 321 Habersham St. 912.349.1420 Huey’s on the River Isaac’s on Drayton J.J. Bonerz C7 J. Christopher’s B7 H7 $$ A $ A $$ A $

Vegetarian Options

Tu-Th: 7:30am-8:30pm, F: 7:30am-9:30pm, Sa: 9am-9:30pm, Su: 9am-3pm

Spacious dining area in a casual atmosphere. Spacious, finely appointed dining area. Menu European style café and bakery serving large Classic southern soulfood selections. Daily includes contemporary American and interna- selection of breakfast items and casual lunch specials available. tional fare. fare. M-F: 7am-3pm, Sa-Su: 8am-3pm M-F: 6am-6pm M-Su: 5pm-10pm

Garden of Eden $

301 W. Jones St.

131 W. River St. 912.236.3322 10 W. State St. 912.644.7172 Goose Feathers Garibaldi’s Cafe M1 D3 D4 A $$ $

M-F: 7am-2:45pm Su-Th: 11am-10pm, F-Sa: 11am-11pm

912.231.0701 130 Low Factors Walk Fiddler’s Crab House B7 A $$

Su-Th:11-10pm, F-Sa:11am-11pm

404 Abercorn St. Debi’s/Laurie’s E5 $

Su-Th: 7am-4pm, F-Sa: 7am-5pm

Local, fresh seafood selections and standard American fare. Served in casual setting with scenic views.

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13 W. Bay St. 912.233.0402

M-Fr: 7am-4pm, Sa-Su: 8am-4pm

B5

Small cozy atmosphere serving traditional cafe cuisine and different variations of coffee beverages.

Cobblestone Cafe $

Savannah’s second oldest restaurant and Relaxed local feel. Serving down home style parlor. Selections include interesting takes on American breakfast and lunch. Daily specials. traditional American dishes.

411 W. Congress St. 912.349.1000

Classic café fare mixed with southern and international selections. Historic intimate atmosphere.

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Firefly Cafe

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912.238.1985

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Open Everyday 11am-11pm

Casual and spacious indoor and outdoor shaded dining areas. Menu offers traditional American fare such as calamari, burgers, soups, wings, and a variation of sandwiches

B6 Clary’s

Casual local atmosphere. Serving breakfast Intimate historic setting. Menu selections include traditional British and classic American all day and lunch. Selections include standard diner and southern fare. Outdoor seating fare. Kitchen open til 1am everyday. available

Congress Street Social Club Crystal Beer Parlor $ A D2 A $ - $$

BBQ, Southern, Seafood, Burgers, Sandwiches, etc.

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Nationally recognized casual lunch dining. Classic southern home cooking served family style at shared tables M-F: 11am-2pm

Relaxed atmosphere in the downstairs of the Casual English pub with classic historic setting. East Bay Inn. Classic American cuisine mixed European influenced pub fare and specialties. with Asian selections as well M-Th: 11:30am-12am, F-Sa: 11:30am-2am, M-F: 11am-3pm, W-Th: 6pm-9pm F-Sa: 6pm-10pm Su: 11:30am- 10pm

Casual fine dining setting.Various menu items prepared at table. Extensive seafood selections. M-Su: 11am-10pm

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Open 7 days a week for lunch and dinner

Outfitters. American Contemporary Cuisine served in a historic, yet casual, upscale environment. Featuring local tastes in the farm-to-table tradition.

912.233.0770

115 E. River St.

Panoramic river view and live music every night. Menu features American fare and seafood. M-W: 11-10:30pm, Th-F: 11am-11pm, Sa: 9am-11pm, Su: 9am-2pm

15 E. River St.

912.790.9464

27 Barnard St.

Su-Th: 11am-2am, F-Sa: 11am-3am

M-Su: 11am-4pm, Su-Th: 4pm-10pm, F-Sa: 4pm-11pm

912.721.1000

Casual American setting. Serving large selection of wings and American fare.

Contemporary southern cuisine. Spacious elegant ambiance. Extensive wine menu.

317 E. River St. 912.790.8512 711 E. Broad St. 912.335.5852 109 Jefferson St. 912.443.1622 35 Whitaker St. Wild Wing Cafe Tubby’s Tank House Vic’s on the River B7 C4 D5 B6 A $$ A $ A $$$ Opening soon. Located across from Urban

912.236.3009 Temperance A $$

12 W. Liberty St. Sweet Melissa’s D5 $ Local late night spot for affordable pizza. Casual express setting.

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225 E Bay St. 912.233.1633

Casual intimate atmosphere.Tapas, light fare and desserts. Extensive wine and drink list. Kitchen open till midnight.

912.232.3955

Sugar Daddy’s $$ A

Alcohol, beer, or wine available.

Nationally recognized culinary arts training program and restaurant, helping individuals work toward self sufficiency. Dining here makes a difference in the local community. M-F: 8am-2:30pm

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245 Bull St.

Relaxed café setting. Sunday brunch. Menu selections include specialty sandwiches, desserts and more. M-Sa: 11:30am-4pm, Su: 11-4pm

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Pizza galley and saloon. Large menu also includes pasta, salads, and stackers. “Home of the original chicken finger.” Su-Th: 11am-10pm, F-Sa: 11am-11pm

M-W: 11:30am-9pm, Thu-Sat: 11:30am-4am

110 W. Julian St. 912.335.1754 306 Upper Factor’s Walk 912.629.0880 15 W. Broughton St. C8 Soho South Cafe G6 Skyler’s Restaurant H5 $$ A $ A

Restaurant by day, club by night. Casual express setting. Menu features seafood, sandwiches, burgers, house soups, and Philly chicken/beef. M-W: 10am-9pm, Th-Sa:11am-11pm

Children’s Menu

313 E. River St. 912.233.3156 Starfish Cafe B10 $$ $

912.233.8222 114 Barnard St. 912.443.9962 Shrimp Factory B10 Six Pence Pub A $$ $ A

Cozy family owned restaurant with outdoor seating. Relaxed atmosphere serving Cajun, Creole and French influenced selections.

Finely appointed, intimate atmosphere. Serving contemporary selections with American and European influences. Su-Th: 6pm-10:30pm, Sa: 5:30pm-11:30pm

Casual express setting. Extensive selection of wraps, sandwiches, soups, and salads.

D7

102 W. Bay St.

Elegant and eclectic setting in the Bohemian Hotel. Southern contemporary cuisine serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner. M-Su: 7am-10pm

411 E. River St. 877.486.9575 B3 Shipwreck A $-$$

Casual classic American atmosphere. Large selection of seafood. Raw bar featuring oysters. Su-Th: 5pm-10pm, F-Sa: 5pm-10:30pm

23 Abercorn St. 912.234.1900 125 W. River St. 912.232.1565 Second Line D4 Sapphire Grill C4 A $$ A $$

Expansive menu featuring fresh local seafood and homemade breads and desserts. Historic casual setting. M-Th: 11am-10pm, F-Sa: 11am-11pm, Su: 11:30-10pm

Vegetarian Options

912.236.4229 Spanky’s

I3 Some restrictions may apply.

M-F: 10am-5pm, Sa: 11am-5pm

Intimate historic setting. Menu features locally inspired selections with European influences. Tu-Th: 5:30pm-10:30pm, F-Sa: 5:30pm11:30pm

Noble Fare A $$

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912.232.4286 Roly Poly $

Casual contemporary atmosphere serving eclectic American fare. Large beer selection with house brewery. M-Th: 11am-11pm, F-Sa: 11am-12am, Su: 11am-11pm

B5 Mrs. Wilkes Dining Room I5 $$

107 W. Jones St. 912.443.3210 912.447.0943 21 W. Bay St. 912.232.5997 321 Jefferson St. River Street Oyster Bar Rocks on the River C8 River House Seafood B5 A4 B11 $$ A A $$ $$ A

Well appointed, historical setting. Extensive Wine List, Seasonal menu features seafood and southern fare. Su-M: 5pm-10:30pm, Tu-Th: 11am-10:30pm F-Sa: 11am-11pm

Olde Pink House A $$$

BBQ, Southern, Seafood, Burgers, Sandwiches, etc.

American

Moon River Brewing Co. $$ A

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Casual, cozy ice cream parlor that serves premium light ice cream, sundaes, blenders, and milkshakes. M-F: 9am-10pm, Sa: 8am-11pm, Su: 8am-10pm

Contemporary and funky casual setting. Self serve frozen yogurt with large selection of fresh additions. M-Sa: 11am-11pm, Su: 11am-10pm

E7

912.232.4447

13 E. Park Avenue 912.231.8100

143 Bull St.

Sandwiches, coffee, tea, juice bar and vegan smoothies. Relaxed atmosphere featuring local artwork. Public computers and wifi. M-F: 9am-6pm, Sa: 10am-6pm, Su: 10am-4pm

912.239.9690

7 E. Broughton St. 912.238.1150

Lunch served 11:30am-4pm

21 W. York St.

Boutique store and tea room.Well appointed Casual intimate setting. Standard café fare, relaxed atmosphere. Full afternoon tea available (reservations suggested for afternoon tea) specializing in chocolates. M-Sat: 10am-5pm M-F: 7:30am-5:30pm, Sa: 9am-5:30pm

42 MLK Jr. Blvd. 912.233.8411 225 E. River St. D6 Wright Square Cafe E5 $

PRICE

Casual relaxed café atmosphere. Local hub. Fair-trade coffee and vegetarian selections. Featuring local art and entertainment. M-Su: 7am-10pm

912.233.1900 225 W. Broughton St. 912.234.4442 212 E. Broughton St. 912.238.2012 Smooth Cafe Sentient Bean F6 The Tea Room P6 $ $ $

M-Su: 11am-12am

D1 Savannah Candy Kitchen B8 $

Local candy shop that produces its own Retro atmosphere dessert restaurant with full bar. Homemade desserts, organic coffee, variations of sweet treats, with a viewable kitchen, on-site. Located inside City Market. gourmet cheese, and specialty drinks. Sun-Thurs 5pm-12am, Fri-Sat 1pm-1am M-F: 9:30am-10pm, Sa-Su: 9:30am-11pm

D8 Lulu’s Chocolate Bar A $$

Historic ice cream parlor. Casual family setting. Serving a wide variety of icecreams, specialty beverages, sandwiches, and soups. Su: 12pm-10pm, M-Th: 11am-10pm, F-Sa: 11am-11pm

234 Bull St. 912.233.6400 Leopold’s Ice Cream D4 $

Alcohol, beer, or wine available.

Frozen Yogurt Café, self-serve buffet style with large selection of toppings. Free wi-fi.

912.233.5348 La’ Berry $

Locally owned and operated, professional custom cake design that creates anything from cupcakes to birthday, wedding, and M-Th: 10am-6pm, F-Sa: 10am-9pm special occasion themed cakes. Su: 12pm-6pm M-Su: 12pm-9pm 19 Jefferson St. 912.231.8282 2 Park Commerce Blvd. 102 E. Liberty St. 912.239.9444

Large selection of ice cream and sweets in a casual express setting.

A

Artisan bakery with American and French influences. Seasonal offerings also include light café fare. M-Sa: 7:30am-6:30pm, Su: 8:30am-4:30pm

Children’s Menu

Casual and cozy cafe environment. Serving large selection of standard café drinks and fare. M-F: 7:30am-10pm, Sa-Su: 8am-11pm

1 E. Broughton St. 912.234.2344 202 W. Saint Julian St. 912.944.2556 313 Abercorn St. 912.443.5525 111 W Congress St. 912.816.4764 Harris Baking Company Ice Cream Etcetera Kerry O’Connor Cake Design Gallery Espresso G7 G6 C3 $ $ $-$$$ $ D8

Su-Th: 10am-10pm, F-Sa: 10am-11pm

Su-Th: 11am-9pm, F-Sa: 11am-10pm

912.234.2433 110 W Bryan St. Fruzen Twist D’Lites Emporium H7 D4 $ $

317 W. Bryan St.

Vegetarian Options

Casual express setting. Serving café selections, Casual express set cafe serving a variety of including panini and Italian gelatoh. coffee based beverages.

C5 Carpe Vas $

513 E. Oglethorpe Ave. 912.233.6394

Cafe Gelatohhh $

912.236.2744

Some restrictions may apply.

M-Th: 4pm-11:30pm, F-Sa: 12pm-12am, Su: 12pm-11:30pm

Delivery Available.

M-Sa: 12pm-10pm, Su: 12pm-8pm

11 W. Liberty St.

Cafes Sweets Bakeries

606 Abercorn St. 912.495.0705 C4

H5

Casual eclectic atmosphere matches the eclectic menu. Large selection of pizzas, hoagies, munchies and beers. M-Th: 11am-10pm, F-Sa: 11am-10:30pm, Su: 11am-10pm

L8 Mellow Mushroom A $$

Internationally inspired Italian menu selections. Spacious outdoor patio and bocce ball court. M-F: 11am-until, Sa-Su: 12am-until

Leoci’s Trattoria A $$

912.232.2720 44 MLK Jr. Blvd. 912.335.7027 C3 Your Pie F10 Vinnie Van Go-Go’s A $ A $

M-Sa: 11am-11pm, Su: 4pm-10pm

Traditional Italian menu selections served in an intimate and casual setting.

D1

Large selection of pizzas and subs. Casual New York style pizzeria. Large menu selections Casual express setting that allows you to served in a casual eclectic atmosphere. dining atmosphere with outdoor patio customize your own pizza, panini, and or seating. bread bowl salad

Screaming Mimi’s A $

Traditional Dining Pasta, Pizzerias, etc.

Italian

Corleone’s Trattoria A $$

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912.443.9555

Alcohol, beer, or wine available. Swiss, Italian, South African and Dutch, menu influences. Casual express and take out. M-Sa: 11am-6pm

Zunzi’s $

314 W. Saint Julian St.

Su-Th: 11am-10pm, F-Sa: 11am-11pm

A

912.236.2066

Children’s Menu

Named after their grandmother and located in the City Market. Extensive international selection of tapas and light fare served in a casual setting

Vegetarian Options

912.233.6044 1 E. Broughton St. Tapas by Anna C3 $ A

Casual express setting. Eclectic mix of café style, light, healthy, and fresh fare. Famous for tacos. Daily specials. M-Sa: 11am-5pm, M-W: 5pm-10pm Th-Sa: 5pm-11pm Beginning of next line

A

52 Barnard St.

Su-Th: 4pm-10pm, F-Sa: 4pm-12am

Some restrictions may apply.

912.236.7777 Kayak Kafe´

Delivery Available.

Contemporary intimate atmosphere. Live music. Menu features internationally inspired tapas.

Jazz’d Tapas Bar A $$

Fusion Eclectic

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Asian

912.233.1187

30 MLK Blvd 912.232.8222

M-F:11am-2:30pm, M-Th:5pm-10pm, F-Sa:5pm-11pm

113 MLK Jr. Blvd.

Traditional Japanese cuisine including sushi, tempura and teriyaki served in a casual setting. M-W: 11am-9:30pm, Th-Su: 11am-12am

513 E. Oglethorpe Ave. 912.233.8899

Menu includes Japanese and Vietnamese dishes. Ambient atmosphere featuring local artwork. M-Sa: 11:30-2:30pm, M-Th: 4-9:30pm, F-Sa: 4-10:30pm, Su: 4:30-9:30pm

D7

10 Barnard St.

912.234.9300

116 E. Broughton St.

Su-Th: 11-10pm, Fr-Sa: 11-11pm

Casual intimate setting.Traditional Japanese menu selections includes sushi, teriyaki, and hibachi. Open for over 12 years.

912.349.6230 Sakura $$

PRICE

Japanese owned and operated. Casual intimate atmosphere serving traditional Japanese sushi and entrees.

912.201.3534 Sushi Zen $$ A

147 Abercorn St. 912.231.6667 17 W. Broughton St. 912.232.5288 4 W. Broughton St. H7 Ta Ca Japanese Fusion F11 Wasabi’s Fusion Downtown $$ A $$ D1

Award winning Thai,Vietnamese, and PanAsian menu.Vegan friendly. Casual intimate setting. M-F: 11am-3pm, Sa-Su: 12-4pm, Su-Th: 5-10pm, F-Sa: 5-11pm

D6

M-F: 11:30-9:00pm

Large selection of traditional Japanese fare including sushi and hibachi. Casual setting with sushi bar seating.

K10

Alcohol, beer, or wine available.

M-F: 11am-9pm, Sa-Su: 12pm-9pm

Casual intimate atmosphere.Traditional Thai cuisine includes curry and seafood selections. M-Th: 11am-3pm, M-Th: 4:30-9:30pm, F-Sa: 12pm-3pm, F-Sa: 4:30-10pm, Su: 5pm-9pm

912.292.1656 402 MLK Jr. Blvd. Ruan Thai Cuisine D6 Saigon Restaurant A $$ $$ A

Chinese, Japanese, Thai, Vietnamese, etc.

A $$

135 W. Bay St.

M-W: 11am-10:30pm, Th-F: 11am-11pm, Sa: 12pm-11pm, Su: 12pm-10pm Beginning of next line

Traditional Mexican selections served in a casual spacious setting.

A

Casual express setting with indoor and outdoor seating. Serving traditional Thai cuisine in a relaxed atmosphere

D6

218 W. Broughton St.

Intimate casual setting. Contemporary Mediterranean bar and grill with late night hookah lounge. Su-W: 5pm-12am, Th-Sa: 5-2:30am

119 MLK Jr. Blvd. 912.232.7070 Heiwa’s

912.236.0530 420 E. Broughton St. PJ Thai Cuisine F8 $

D1

912.232.2525

Casual festive atmosphere. Extensive menu selections include standard Mexican fare. Daily specials. M-W: 11am-10pm, Th-F: 12-10:30pm, Sa: 12-10:30pm, Su: 12-10pm

Traditional Cuban dishes, including Cuban sandwiches, Paella, seafood and desserts. M-Th: 11am-9:30pm, F-Sa: 11am-10:30pm, Su: 11am-9pm

$$

Cuban, Mexican, etc.

Rancho Alegre

A

M-Su: 11:30am-until

Casual eclectic setting with hookah. Serving traditional middle eastern cuisine.

912.443.1875 48 Whitaker St. 912.232.1881 Middle Eastern Cuisine F2 Mirage A $$ A $$

118 E. Broughton St. 912.443.0414 142 Montgomery St. 912.236.5464 20 E. Broughton St. Carlito’s Mexican Grill Cilantro’s Grill & Cantina B4 D1 $ A $$ A

Hispanic

912.234.6168

M-Su: 5:30pm-10:30pm

Moroccan and Mediterranean menu. Belly dancing shows nightly in a ceremonial atmosphere. Reservations suggested.

D7

529 E. Liberty St.

Casbah Moroccan A $$

Children’s Menu

Intimate, casual setting.Traditional Mexican fare with wide selections including steaks and house specials. M-Sa: 11am-10pm, Su: 12pm-9pm

912.233.3131 5 E. River St. Juarez Mexican Restaurant A $$ D10

D4

Vegetarian Options

M-Su: 11am-11pm

$ Some restrictions may apply.

Relaxed intimate atmosphere. Large selection of traditional Greek dishes and pizza.

B6

A

D5 Papillote

Intimate express bistro setting. Menu features Classic Parisian bistro setting. Gastro pub Casual yet refined setting. Outdoor patio, offering authentic French fare. Seasonal menu light French fare and desserts with daily hand picked wine and beer selection, and a specials. menu inspired by the French brasseries of old. selections and extensive wine list. Tu-Sa: 10:30am -7pm, Su: 12am-5pm M-Sa: 11am-4pm, Th-Sa: 5pm-10pm M-Th: 6pm-10pm, F-Sa: 6pm-11pm

H11 Circa 1875 $$$ A

Delivery Available.

Olympia Cafe A $$

Indian, Mediterranean, Middle Eastern, etc.

Ethnic

French

Brasserie 529 A $$$

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World Class Contemporary Dining & Savannah’s Largest Hookah Lounge OPEN LATE 7 NIGHTS A WEEK

912.236.5464

www.themiragesavannah.com

20 east broughton

MOROCCAN RESTAURANT

The most memorable & fun dining experience

Belly Dancing Shows NIGHTLY!

5:30PM to 10:30PM DAILY

Award-Winning Moroccan Cuisine served in an authentic ceremonial atmosphere 118 E. Broughton Street

(912) 234-6168

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912.921.5712

1651 E.Victory Dr.

M-Sa: 9am-12am, Su: 10am-10pm

Casual express setting. Large selection of fried chicken, seafood, sandwiches, and sides.

912.355.9250 4829 Waters Avenue 912.234.2260 2201 Waters Avenue

Casual intimate atmosphere. Neighborhood bistro and wine bar. Organic produce and petite portions available. M-F: 11am-2:30pm, M-Sa: 5pm-10pm

912.234.5885 2430 Habersham St. Kennedy Fried Chicken C9 $

912.236.7642 1801 Habersham St. 912.352.1118 715 Mall Blvd. Johnny Harris Restaurant Kasey’s Grille E9 $$ A C10 A $$

World famous barbeque sauce company and restaurant. Casual family atmosphere serving barbeque and southern fare. M-Th: 11:30-9:30pm, F-Sa: 11:30-10:30pm

Casual, local atmoshpere. Menu selections include original takes on classic American fare with most selections made from scratch and sourced locally. T-Sa: 11am-11pm

Carryout wine and gourmet foods shop. Daily chef creations, soups, sides, meats, cheeses, Casual express setting with large menu and famous cheesecakes. Also available for selection. Specializing in Italian subs. private wine tastings and dinners. M-Sa: 8am-9pm, Su: 12pm-4pm M-F: 11am-7pm, Sa: 11am-6pm

17029 Abercorn St. 912.354.7810

Casual progressive dining. American, Italian, and Asian inspired dishes made from scratch. Extensive drink menu. M-Th: 11am-10:30pm, F-S: 11am-11:30pm, Sun:11am-10pm

L1

B8

Fine dining set in a southern mansion. Menu selections include seasonal and local fare. Extensive wine list. M-Su: 6pm-9:30pm

K10 Elizabeth on 37th A $$$

1813 Bull St. 912.351.0302 4430 Habersham St.

Alcohol, beer, or wine available.

Wide array of seafood selections include lobster, snow crab, oysters, and low country boil. Casual family atomosphere. Su-Th: 11am-10pm, F-Sa: 11am-11pm, Su: 11am-12am 912.351.2274 7201 Hodgson Memorial Dr.

912.352.2933 10 E. Broad St. 912.356.5877 Fiddler’s Seafood J7 Form $$ A $$ A

J8

5200 Paulsen St.

Casual local atmosphere. Serving breakfast all day and lunch. Selections include standard diner and southern fare. Outdoor seating also. M-Th: 11am-9pm, F-Sa: 11am-10pm, Su: 10am-8pm

Clary’s Cafe $$

A

7400 Skidaway Rd. 912.236.5547 105 E. 37th St. 7202 Abercorn St. 912.303.0999 Giorgio’s Subs & Deli B8 J7 Green Truck Pub C8 $$ A $

912.234.6778 2130 E.Victory Drive 912.232.3593 1514 Bull St. 912.201.1808 Coach’s Corner Driftaway Cafe D12 Diner on Abercorn H7 A A $ $ $$

M-Th: 7am-7pm, F: 9am-5pm

Seasonal and fresh fare. Creative takes on traditional cafe selections. Casual express setting with daily specials.

Traditional American diner that is open 24 Casual coastal cuisine with an emphasis on hours a day. The menu offers breakfast, fresh local seafood, local organic produce, lunch, and dinner options such as eggs, burg- hand cut steaks and nightly entrée features. ers, steaks, sandwiches, hot dogs and fries. M-Sa: 11am-10pm, Sun: 10am-9pm Open 24 hrs a day, 7 days a week

Butterhead Greens Cafe B8 $

American Legion Post135 1108 Bull St. 912.358.0809

Large selection of standard American fare and bar food standards. Daily specials. Spacious sports bar atmosphere.

B8

Casual atmosphere with an open kitchen view. Offering a full breakfast menu that is available all day with daily lunch specials, sandwiches and burgers. Tu-Su: 7am-3pm

Bull Street Eatery $

Spacious casual express setting. Extensive breakfast menu featuring omelettes. Lunch menu as well.

D11

Located inside the American Legion, Post 135. Casual contemporary atmoshpere. Eclectic Serving affordable standard bar fare, including and fresh menu selections are unique and varied. Large selecion of craft beer as well. burgers, wings, tacos, and cheese steaks. M-Th: 11am-9pm F-Sa: 11am-10pm Th-Sa: 4pm-12am

Children’s Menu

Houlihan’s

M-Sa: 4pm-1am

Vegetarian Options

M-Su: 11am-12am

E8

Delivery Available.

M-Su: 6am-3pm

$$

French and Asian influences the limited but rotating and evolving menu. Casual and intimate bar setting.Wifi available.

A

Bar Food Some restrictions may apply.

Breakfast Place $

L4

Casual family atmosphere specializing in large selection of burgers including turkey and veggie burgers, and other standard American fare. M-Th: 11am-9pm, F-Sa:11am-10pm, Su: 12pm-6pm

B&D Burgers Southside $ A

912.349.6022 2402 Waters Avenue 912.927.8700 11108 Abercorn St. 912.355.5956 4523 Habersham St. F9 Ben’s Neighborhood Grill H7 Betty Bomber’s F8 A8 Blue Turtle Bistro A $$ $ $$

Classic southern barbeque and seafood. Casual express setting serving hot and cold Extensive menu choices include steaks, sandwiches, burgers, gyros, salads and sides. burgers, and desserts. Casual family setting. M-Su: 10:30-2pm, Su-Th: 2pm-10pm, F-Sa: M-F: 11am-8:30pm, Sa: 11am-3pm 2pm-10:30pm 912.353.9488 5320 Waters Ave. 912.351.9008 7080 Hodgson Memorial Dr.

Barnes Restaurant $$ A

BBQ, Southern, Seafood, Burgers, Sandwiches, etc.

American

C9

Traditional southern fare including entrees, desserts, and sides. Casual express dining. Regular specials. M: 8am-1pm, T-Th: 8am-6:30pm, F-Sa: 8am-7pm, Closed on Sundays

A Taste of Heaven $

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$ UNDER $10

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M-Sa: 3pm-3am, Su: 12:30pm-2am

Sports Bar atmosphere with varied selection of standard American fare. Large selection of beer and liquor.

Locally owned Southern soul food restaurant. Specialties include the Bizzard Signature Pancakes and Famous Stuffed Tyler Burger. (catering available) M-F: 6:30am-3pm, Sat: 8am-5pm

Contemporary American setting. Specializing in steaks with other standard steakhouse menu selections. M-F: 11am-10pm, Sa: 4:30pm-10pm, Su: 12pm-10pm

912.352.3434

912.232.1874

531 Stephenson Ave.

Casual colorful atmosphere. Interesting menu selection includes Greek, Caribbean, and American influences. M-Th: 11:30am-2:30pm,M-Th: 5pm-9pm, F-Sa: 11:30am-2:30pm, F-Sa: 5pm-10pm

6825 Waters Ave. 912.352.2233

M-Sa: 11am-9pm

Tu-Su: 5pm-Until M: Closed

1611 Habersham St.

Healthy southern cuisine with Greek, Mediterranean, and Caribbean influences. Features a daily sweet potato dish.

Spice Fusion featuring a la carte tacos, flats, and more.Vegetarian and Vegan friendly. Artisan liquors, magaritas, mojitos.

PRICE

Fusion Eclectic

1801 Waters Ave. 912.691.8748 110 Eisenhower Dr. 308 Mall Way 912.921.2269 11215 Abercorn St. 912.2349.9499 Toucan Cafe Sweet Potatoes Sol Restaurant B8 H7 I8 $$ $-$$ A A $ A

Su-Th: 11am-10pm, F-Sa: 11am-11pm

912.355.3383

M-Su: 11am-9:30pm

8 Gateway Blvd. 912.355.2761 6730 Waters Ave 912.927.3280 2605 Skidaway Rd. 912.354.2524 6724 Waters Ave. Toni Steakhouse H7 J7 Tailgate Sports Bar & Grill L4 Tyler’s Place B2 A $$ $ A $ $$

Alcohol, beer, or wine available.

Pizza galley and saloon. Large menu also includes pasta, salads, and stackers. “Home of the original chicken finger.”

A

912.354.3744 Spanky’s

A

Real pit cooked BBQ. Featuring local seafood daily. Casual atmosphere. Catering available.

1710 Abercorn St. 912.354.8288 5200 Paulsen St. 912.238.8328 7360 Skidaway Rd. Smoke Station BBQ Sisters of the New South C11 H8 L1 $ A $$

M-F: 11:30am-2am, Sa: 3pm-2am, Su: 12:30pm-12am

Children’s Menu

Spacious lakeside setting. Serving seafood and Traditional soul food. Southern cuisine served cafeteria style. Casual express setting with traditional southern fare. specials. M-Su: 4pm-10pm M-Th: 6am-9pm, F-Sa: 6am-10pm

912.352.8221 7000 LaRoche Ave. 912.358.0670 Shane’s Rib Shack H8 Shell House A $$ $$

M-F: 11am-3pm; 6pm-9pm, Sa: 11am-3pm; 6pm-9pm

Vegetarian Options

M-Sa: 11:30am-3pm Su: 12pm-2am

Casual local feel. Assortment of pizzas, Ameri- Casual express setting with a menu that can, and Mediterranean selections. Ample offers sliders, hot dogs, salads, and rotating draft beer selections as well. menu specials

Casual local sports bar atmosphere. Menu includes standard American bar fare

Traditional Philly cheesesteaks and wide variety of wings. Large selection of traditional casual fare in a classic American setting. M-Sa: 11-9pm

504 1/2 W. 42nd St. 912.232.1218 7403 Skidaway Rd. 2015 Waters Ave. 912.354.0006 Sandfly Bar & Grill Sammy Greens F8 K10 B8 A $ $

M-Sa: 6am-6pm

M-Sa: 6am - 3pm, Sunday: 7am-3pm

912.231.0563 2019 Habersham St. 912.234.5081 Pearl’s Saltwater Grill J11 Pub 29 $$ A $$ A

Homemade traditional soul food. Casual express setting.

K10

7805 Abercorn St.

I6 Some restrictions may apply.

Contemporary casual setting. Menu includes BBQ standards specializing in ribs. Catering Available. M-Sun 11am-10pm

M-Su: 5:30am-10pm

Casual express setting. Menu selections include a wide array of deli, bagel, bakery selections.

Midtown Deli $

Delivery Available.

Spacious casual waterfront dining. Extensive menu offers many varieties of seafood dishes prepared in many styles M-Th: 5pm-10pm, F-Sa: 5pm-10:30pm, Su: 5pm-9:30pm

H6

912.921.1510 11301 Abercorn St. 912.692.0036 7010 Suite 2 Eisenhower Rd. 912.355.8717 Off The Grill Neighborhood Soul Food C9 Ozzy’s Grill B7 $ $ $

Family friendly casual cafe that specializes in breakfaast and gravy. Daily lunch specials, including lamb and more.

B8

Ma Randy’s $

Rustic roadhouse atmosphere with jukebox Menu includes traditional southern soul and peanuts. Menu includes standard Ameri- food selections in a casual express setting. can steakhouse fare. Tu-Su: 11am-8pm Su-Th: 11am-10pm, F-Sa: 11am-11pm

L4

Casual express setting. Menu selections include standard barbeque fare with traditional sides.

$

Narobia’s Grits & Gravy

American

Logan’s Roadhouse A $$

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M-Su: 11-10pm

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912.351.2400

1100 Eisenhower Dr. 912.354.2356

D8

12417 White Bluff Rd.

M-Sa: 11:30am-9:30pm

Casual dining with extensive menu including: specialty pizzas, calzones, Stromboli, hoagies, wings, salads and pastas.

912.354.4005 4420 Habersham St. Vincenzo’s Pizza N5 $$

Open 17 years.Winner of numerous awards. Serves traditional dishes along with pizza, panini, and Italian rotisserie chicken. M-F: 11:30-2pm, M-Th: 5pm-9pm, F-Sa: 5pm-10pm, Su: 5pm-8pm

4521 Habersham St. 912.921.7800

Large selection of specialty pizzas, hot subs, wings, etc. Express casual setting. M-Th: 11am-10pm, F-Sa: 11am-11pm, Su: 12pm-10pm

Marco’s Pizza $$

Traditional Pizzeria with a variety of fresh specialty pizzas, wings, salads, and more.Tons of specials to choose from. M-Fr: 4pm-10pm, Sa: 12pm-10pm, Su: 4pm-9pm 912-920-9099 205 Montgomery CrossRd.

4827 Waters Ave. 912.349.6960

Pizza parlor setting. New Jersey Style Pizza by the slice at lunch with extended dinner menu selections. M-Th: 11am-9pm, F: 11am-10pm, Sa: 12pm-9pm, Su: 4-9pm

F9

M-F: 11am-3pm, M-Su: 5pm-10pm

PRICE

Authentic New Jersey style pizza. Casual express and dine-in family friendly atmosphere with foosball and television. Sa: Hours Vary M: 11:30-2:30, Tu-F: 11:30-2:30pm, 5pm-Close

912.921.5117 10510 Abercorn St. Jersey’s Pizza Costanzo’s Pizza H8 $$ $$

Traditional Dining Pasta, Pizzerias, etc.

Italian

I7

Alcohol, beer, or wine available.

Authentic Mediterranean cuisine in a casual setting. Nightly food and drink specials, including wines.

Allyanna’s $$

$$

Traditional Indian selections served in well decorated atmosphere.Wide menu selection and Lunch buffet.

A

Taste of India

401 Mall Blvd. 7400 Abercorn St. 912.356.1020 J7 Bella’s Italian Cafe E8 A $$

M-Th: 11am-9pm, F-Sa: 11am-9:30pm, Su: 11:30am-3pm

4711 Waters Ave. 912.692.8988

M-F: 9am-7pm, Sa: 11am-9pm

7102 Abercorn St. 912.691.4440

Troy Mediterranean Cuisine $$ A K5

912.349.4261

M-Su: 11:30am-10pm

I7

Traditional Mediterranean fare prepared with fresh ingredients in an express casual setting. Free wifi

F9 Shawarma King $

A

Casual set atmosphere that offers a variety of pitas,healthy sides, coffee, and smoothies. The menu also includes breakfast wraps and falafels.

Pita Pita $

912.447.0400

Express and casual setting. M-Th: 10am-9pm, F-Sa: 10am-11pm, M-Th: 11am-8pm, F-Sa: 11am-9pm Su: 12pm-6pm 2311 Habersham St. 912.225.4718 205 Montgomery Cross Rd. 912.352.4855 1100 Eisenhower Dr.

Children’s Menu

Wide selection of traditional Indian fare, including special off the menu requests. Casual spacious setting.

Pakwan

M-Sa: 11am-8pm

Casual intimate setting. Authentic Jamaican Casual express setting. Middle Eastern cuisine that includes bbq jerk, pork, ribs, goat, Authentic Jamaican menu includes jerk, oxtail, fish, and goat.Weekday lunch specials. fare with traditional deli selections. peppered steak, and a variety of seafood.

H8

7360 Skidaway Rd.

Vegetarian Options

Indian, Mediterranean, Middle Eastern, etc.

Ethnic

11 E 41 St. 912.355.6160 238 Eisenhower Dr. 912.349.2452 One Love John’s Jamaican J7 C8 $ $

M-F: 11am-3pm

Delivery Available.

715 Mall Blvd. 912.443.9355 Al Salaam Deli $

M-Sa: 8am-9pm, Su: 12pm-4pm

Some restrictions may apply.

912.352.8455

Fine Dining

Classic, casual, express takeout. Custom Casual intimate setting. Extensive selection of bakery, specializing in cakes and deserts with standard café and seasonal gourmet fare. light lunch offerings. M-Sa: 10am-9pm Su: 11am-2pm M-F: 9am-6pm, Sa: 9am-3pm

912.655.3844

Locally owned bakery that specializes in custom cookies, cupcakes, cheesecakes and more.

5224 Skidaway Rd. 912.354.7420 4517 Habersham St. Unforgettable Bakery & Deli Wright Square Cafe K10 $ $-$$ H7 A

Locally owned cafe that offers a large variety of coffee-based refreshments as well as light fare including burgers, sandwiches, soups, salads and custom paninis. M-F: 7am-7pm, Sa: 8am-6pm

Ogeechee River Coffee Co. $ E8

912.495.9292 2403 Bull Street Starland Cafe F8 $

Casual express setting. Menu is a blend of Italian and fresh American fare. Specializes in paninis, soups, salads, sandwiches.

J7

G10

Tu-F: 12pm-6pm

$-$$

Just Desserts

Artisan bakery & Foodie destination serving lunch, desserts, coffee, espresso, and American/Italian breads. Free wifi. Tu-F: 9am-6pm, Sa: 9am-5pm

B7

Healthy fruit smoothies, protein shakes, energy shakes or make your own. Casual express setting adjacent to Giorgios’s Deli.

Shake It Up $

Cafes Sweets Bakeries

Back in the Day Bakery $

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I6

Large selection of traditional Korean dishes. Daily lunch specials served in an intimate atmosphere.

M-Th: 11am-9pm, F-Sa: 11am-10pm

$$

H7

5700 Waters Ave. 912.352.4182

M-Su: 11am-9pm

6604 Waters Ave.

Contemporary casual atmosphere. Extensive Casual express setting. Large selection of selection of traditional Vietnamese dishes and traditional Vietnamese dishes in addition to Sushi. drinks. Specializing in Pho-Noodle soups.

912.355.9800 7805 Abercorn St. 912.352.7300 200 Eisenhower Dr. Saigon Bistro F9 Saigon Flavors H8 $$ $$

Spacious contemporary atmosphere. Japanese fare featuring hibachi style dining with a show. M-Th: 4:30-10pm, F-Sa: 4:30-10:30pm, Su: 4pm-9:30pm

A

M-Th: 11am-9:30pm, F-Sa: 11am-11pm

912.351.9300 8465 Waters Avenue

7400 Abercorn St.

912.353.9281

Casual intimate setting.Traditional Japanese menu selections includes sushi, teriyaki, and hibachi.

Japanese hibachi, sushi, and traditional selections. Casual express dining in spacious atmosphere. M-Th: 11am-9pm, F-Sa: 11am-10pm, Su: 1:30pm-8pm

912.920.3028 12322 Largo Drive 912.692.1394 7052 Hodgson Memorial Dr Seasons of Japan Express J7 I7 Sakura Japanese $ $

Traditional Chinese selections. Made to order. Large varied selection of Asian dishes featuring noodle combinations. Casual intimate Dine in or Take out. Catering available. setting. M-Th: 11am-8pm, F-Sa: 11am-9pm, Su: 12pmM-Su: 11am-10pm 4pm

2315 Waters Ave. 7400 Abercorn St. 912.236.8228 New China Garden Noodle Bowl H7 L4 $ $

Alcohol, beer, or wine available.

Japanese selections featuring hibachi style cuisine cooked in front of you with a show. Casual, spacious setting. M-Sa: 11:30-2pm, M-Th: 5pm-10pm, Sa: 4:30-10:30pm, Su: 4:30-10pm

I6

Miyabi

912.920.7273 149 E. Montgomery Cross Rd 912.355.2100 7098 Hodgson Memorial D. 912.353.9281

A

M-Th: 11am-9pm, F-Sa: 11:30-9:30pm, Su: 11:30-9pm

M-F: 11am-3pm, Sa-Su: 12pm-3pm, M-Th: 5pm-9:30pm, F-Sa: 5pm-10pm, Su: 5pm-9pm

912.238.8815 2504 Skidaway Rd. Lisa’s Chinese Restaurant C9 $ Fast, traditional, Chinese take-out dining. Extensive selection with specials.

13015 Abercorn St. 912.691.2080 3017 E.Victory Dr. H7 Kyoto Express I7 $$ A

Traditional Chinese menu selections. Lunch and dinner buffet. Casual atmosphere. M-Th: 12pm-9pm, F-Sa: 12pm-10pm, Su: 12pm-9pm

Traditional Thai cuisine served in a contempo- Casual express setting.Traditional Japanese menu selections. rary intimate atmosphere.

4426 Habersham St. 912.961.0770 J7 King and I A $$

M-F: 11:30-9:00pm

M-F: 11:30-9:00pm

Large selection of traditional Thai cuisine.Well appointed, intimate atmosphere. Daily lunch specials. M-F: 11am-3pm, M-Th: 5pm-10pm, F: 5pm11pm, Sa: 12pm-11pm, Su: 5pm-10pm

Large selection of traditional Japanese fare including sushi and hibachi. Casual setting with sushi bar seating.

Large selection of traditional Japanese fare including sushi and hibachi. Casual setting with sushi bar seating.

7640 Abercorn St. 912.355.8819 7205 Waters Ave. 912.352.3838 7401 Skidaway Rd. Kao Thai Cuisine Kikko’s Restaurant D11 L2 E12 A $$ $ A

Casual express setting. Menu includes traditional Japanese dishes including sushi, hibachi, and teriyaki. M-Th: 11am-9pm, F-Sa 11am-10pm, Su: 12pm-8pm

912.353.8337 Kimchi A $

Casual express setting. Menu includes traditional Japanese dishes including sushi, hibachi, and teriyaki. M-Th: 11am-9pm, F-Sa 11am-10pm, Su: 12pm-8pm

1801 E.Victory Dr. 912.691.0330 E8 Hirano’s A $

912.354.3420 Hirano’s A $

M-Th: 11am-10:30pm, F-Sa:11am-11pm, Su:12 noon-10pm

Quick service. Drive-thru only. Menu includes traditional Chinese selections. Daily lunch specials and family dinners. M-Th: 11am-10pm, F-Sa: 11am-11pm, Su: 12pm-10pm

Children’s Menu

M-Su: 11am-9pm

$$

Intimate casual setting. Menu selections include traditional Thai cuisine as well as Hawaiian dishes

A

Chiriya’s Thai Cuisine

Vegetarian Options

912.335.2025

L2

Delivery Available.

Masato of Japan $$ A

$$

Beijing House II Some restrictions may apply.

M-Sa: 10:30-10pm, Su: 4pm-9pm

I8

Traditional buffet setting. Chinese and Ameri- Casual express setting. Large menu selection. can selections including crab legs and sushi. Serving traditional Chinese fare. M-Su: 11am-4pm, M-Th: 4:30-9:30pm, M-Su: 11am-10pm F-Sa: 4:30-10:30pm, Su: 4:30-9:30pm

$

912.354.6111 1100 Eisenhower Dr. 912.927.8599 13040 Abercorn St. 912.303.0555 7805 Abercorn St. Heiwa’s I7 Heiwa’s D10 Green Tea K10 I8 A $$ A $$ $

New York style Chinese drive thru restaurant

$

Egg Roll King

Chinese, Japanese, Thai, Vietnamese, etc.

Asian

Asian Buffet

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912.356.1800 7405 Skidaway Rd. La Nopalera I7 $$ A

M-Sa: 12pm-9pm M-Sa: 11am-10pm, Su: 12pm-9pm

5700 waters avenue 912 335 2025 Well FED 912.234.0876

M-Su: 10am-9pm

2308 Skidaway Rd. 912.335.7678

5205 Waters Ave.

M-Sa: 10am-8pm, Su: 12pm-6pm

Casual express dining. Mexican and southwestern cantina, fresh, made to order.

PRICE

Casual intimate setting serving traditional Mexican fare. Daily specials

912.920.0704 8840 Abercorn St. 912.354.0300 108 Mall Blvd. Salsaritas Fresh Cantina F9 La Xalapena C11 $ A $$ A

Traditional Mexican selections served in Mexican themed setting

Large selection of Mexican dishes and appetizers. Award winning margaritas. Casual atmosphere.

Alcohol, beer, or wine available.

I6

13051 Abercorn St.

912.927.9953 Jalapeno’s $$ A

L3

Large selection of Mexican dishes and appetizers. Award winning margaritas. Casual atmosphere. M-Th: 11am-10:30pm, F-Sa: 11am-11pm, Su: 11am-10pm

$$

A

Classic Mexican selections in a casual setting. Fresh chili made daily. Lunch and dinner specials. M-Th: 12pm-9pm, F-Sa: 11am-10pm, Su: 12pm-8pm

A

912.356.1333 5500 Abercorn St. Jalapeno’s K10 $$ A

Children’s Menu

El Potro

M-Sa: 11am-10pm

Spacious casual atmosphere. Extensive menu includes standard traditional Mexican fare. Daily specials.

F7

7601 Waters Ave.

Vegetarian Options

Cuban, Mexican, etc.

Hispanic

11215 Abercorn St. 912.355.0321 Cancun A $$

Some restrictions may apply.

912.920.5504

I8

Traditional Chinese selections and Japanese teriyaki. Large menu and spacious casual atmosphere. M-Th: 11:30am-10pm, F-Sa: 11:30am-11pm, Su: 12pm-10pm

Wang’s II Chinese $$

Delivery Available.

Intimate contemporary ambiance. Eclectic Pan-Asian and Thai influenced menu selections as well as sushi. M-F: 11am-3pm, Sa-Su: 12pm-3pm, M-Th: 5pm-10pm, F-Su: 5pm-10:30pm

L4

54 Montgomery Cross Rd. 912.303.0141 1100 Eisenhower Dr.

Tangerine Fusion $$ A

912.920.3288

Sushi,Teriyaki, and other traditional Japanese Japanese owned and operated. Casual dishes in a relaxed atmosphere with sit-down intimate atmosphere serving traditional Japanese sushi and entrees. sushi bar. M-F: 11am-2:30 pm, M-Th: 5pm-10pm, M-Th: 11-9:30pm, F:11-10:30pm, Sa: 12-10:30pm F-Sa: 5pm-11pm

Sushi Time Towa $$

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Saigon

Bistro

“phở for the soul”

Discounts for Active Military & Hospital Employees

open seven days

authentic vietnamese

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Well FED

912.786.7694

M-Su: 12pm-3am

1311 Butler Ave.

M-Th: 11am-11pm, F-Sa: 11am-12am Su:11am-10pm

Carefully crafted menu includes eclectic varieties of tacos, salads, and appetizers. Extensive wine selections and pairings. Ambient and casual setting.

4B Old US Hwy 80 912.472.4044

Waterfront, indoor and outdoor seating. Eclectic mix of American selections and Korean dishes.

304 1st Street 912.786.8686

Large selection of sandwiches, burgers, salads, and seafood.Traditional southern dishes. Lunch and dinner specials. M-Sa: 11-3pm, M-Sa: 5-9pm

I11

912.786.6593

19 Tybrisa St.

Southern style casual fare. Burgers, sandwiches, seafood and more.Weekday lunch specials. M-Th: 11-7pm, Sa: 11-8pm Su: 12-9pm

PRICE

Sundae Cafe & Deli $$ A

Su-Th: 11-10pm, F-Sa: 11-11pm

912.786.7176 1516 Butler Ave. 912.786.5520 1605 Strand Ave. 912.484.4954 1403 Butler Ave. Topsail Bar & Grill N10 C8 Tybee Island Social Club M10 Wind Rose Cafe $ $ A $$ A

103 Jones Ave

Mo-Su: 11-3am

Casual atmosphere. Large selection of seafood, including various crab dishes. Blue crab, low country boil, and platters. M-Su: 11am-until

M-Su: 4pm-till

Seafood galley and saloon. Large selection of seafood, pasta, salads, and stackers. “Home of the original chicken finger.”.

912.786.5870

Burgers, seafood, tacos, and big burritos served in a spacious sports bar atmosphere. Live entertainment and Karaoke.

M-Su: 11am-10pm

912.786.4442 33 Van Horne Ave. Sting Ray’s Seafood O11 M10 A $$ 1513 Butler Ave.

Alcohol, beer, or wine available.

Large selection of pizza, subs, and salads. Fast and free delivery. Family owned and operated for over 25 years.

912.786.4444

Spanky’s Beachside N9 $$ A

402 First St.

Rock House Bar & Grill A $$

912.472.4018

Mix of American and Caribbean selections. Daily specials and homemade desserts. Live Entertainment.

A

912.786.4745 404 Butler Ave. Pizza on Wheels I9 $$

Casual express setting serving pizza, tradiTraditional Hispanic cuisine with outdoor seating, and 2 for 1 margaritas all day every tional American fare, and seafood. They have day. Located only two blocks from the beach. an extent menu and child friendly seating seperate from the bar. Open 7 days a week: 11:30am-9pm M-W: 4pm-12am, Th-Su: 11am-3am

I10

Children’s Menu

Large selection of seafood. Interesting selections mixed with standards. Signatures include flower pot bread and mojo hen. M-Su: 11-10pm

912.786.5900 1213 Hwy 80 912.786.8888 101 Lovell Avenue North Beach Bar & Grill H10 Nickie’s Bar and Grill N9 $ A A $-$$

$-$$

M-F: 4pm-?, Sa-Su: 12pm-?

M-Su: 11-12am

912.786.6109 1613 Strand Road 912.786.4227 Mexi-Cali Marlin Monroe’s Surfside A J11 $$ A

Vegetarian Options

1113 E. Hwy. 80

Award winning seafood. Extensive menu includes pastas, steaks, beer-battered seafood and various chef specials.

Relaxed island atmosphere. Specialty pizzas, whole or by the slice. Low card menu, wraps, and more.

Dog friendly outdoor seating area with a view Large selection of seafood, salads, and apps. of the marsh. Roadside grill providing pig Specialties and pizzas. Award winning Sunday pickings, Georgia wild shrimp, and large to brunch. go orders. F-Su: 11am-7pm M-Su: 11am-close

Some restrictions may apply.

1A E. Old Hwy 80 912.786.0221 106 S. Campbell Ave. 912.786.8400 912.786.9655 1605 Inlet Ave. 912.786.7810 Oceanfront &15 St. Fannie’s On the Beach MacElwee’s Seafood 010 Gerald’s Pig and Shrimp M10 Huc-A-Poos Bites/ Booze I11 $ A H6 A $$ A A $ $$

Fusion of Southern and Caribbean cuisines through a variety of fresh seafood, steak, chicken, and pasta. Seafood buffet every Fri. & Sat. night. M-Su: 8am-10pm

Delivery Available.

M-Su: 11am-till

M-Su: 7am-1pm

Well known for its extensive breakfast menu and laid-back atmosphere, this casual set restaurant is a favorite for locals.

N10

13 Tybrisa St. 912.786.5984 1500 Butler Ave Dolphin Reef Restaurant H9 N10 A $$

Extensive dining and wine menu. Seafood, pasta, standard casual fare. All you can eat crab legs on Friday.

912.786.9533 1315 Chatham Avenue 912.786.5100 N9 Cafe Loco C9 Charly’s $$ A A $$

Curbside pickup, window ordering. Nice selec- Large, varied menu selection including seation of Mexican and American classics with food, pasta, sandwiches and wings. Live music, casual atmosphere. classic beachside diner feel. M-Tu: 11:30am-3pm, W-Su: 12:30-4:30pm M-Su: 11-10pm Su-Th: 4:30-10:30pm, F-Sa: 4:30-11:30pm

Burton’s By the Beach $

BBQ, Southern, Seafood, Burgers, Sandwiches, etc.

American

N10 Breakfast Club $$

Selection includes sandwiches, burgers, and Relaxed atmosphere with award winning seafood. Po’ boys and low country boil. Live view. Large selection of seafood and standard music and televised sports. casual fare. M-Th: 11-10pm, F-Sa: 11-12pm M-Su: 4pm-10pm, F-Su: 11am-10pm Su: 12-10pm

AJ’s Dockside Restaurant M8 Bernie’s Oyster House $$ A A $$

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912.897.8277

C4

Well FED

107 Charlotte Rd.

Large selection of Mexican dishes and appetizers. Award winning margaritas. Casual atmosphere. M-Th: 11am-10:30pm, F-Sa: 11am-11pm, Su: 11am-10pm

B3 C5

912.897.1938

4700 Hwy 80 E.

Dine in, carry out, delivery.Wings, pizzas and other Italian standards available.Tavern stays open well after kitchen closes. Su-Th: 11am-10pm , F-Sa:11am-11pm

Siciliano’s Restaurant A $

C5

Traditional Cantonese, Szechuan, and Hunan style Chinese take out or dine in options. Large menu selections and lunch specials. M-Th: 11am-10pm, F-Sa: 11am-10:30pm, Su: 12pm-9:30pm 912.898.2368 463 Johnny Mercer Blvd.

Panda $

Cozy casual atmosphere. Selection includes traditional Japanese fare such as teriyaki, hibachi, and sushi.

912.897.1900 111 Jazie Dr. Suite B

M-Su: 11am-10pm

Large selection of traditional Chinese food. Deluxe dinners, health diet menu, and lunch buffet also offered.

C5

PRICE

912.897.8245

$$

4700 US Hwy 80 E.

Yummy House $

A

912.898.3880 Kanpai

M-Sa: 5-9pm

Casual contemporary setting. Menu features a wide array of Asian selections including Filipino,Thai, and Vietnamese dishes.

Extensive selection of traditional Japanese entrees and sushi. Open kitchen, sushi bar and sake bar. M-Th: 11am-8:30pm, F-Sa: 11am-9:30pm, M-Th: 11am-9:30pm, F-Sa: 12pm -10pm, M-F:11am-2pm, M-Sa: 5pm-9pm Su: 11:30am-8:30pm Su: 12pm-9pm 216 Johnny Mercer Blvd. 912.897.6400 140 Johnny Mercer Blvd 216 Johnny Mercer Blvd 912.898.3880 4700 US Hwy 80 E. 912.898.7778

Wide range of Italian selections, as well as sandwiches and wraps. Large beer and wine list. Kid friendly.

C5 Basil’s Pizza & Deli $$ A

912.898.2221 7815 US Hwy 80 E. Kakki Restaurant C5 B3 $$ A

Upscale, well appointed ambiance. Asian fusion menu and extensive wine and bar selections. M-Th: 5pm-10pm, F-Sa: 5pm-10:30pm  Su: 5pm-9:30pm

B3

Alcohol, beer, or wine available.

Several different types of Mexican selections including burritos, quesadillas, chimichangas and tacos. M-Th: 11am-10pm, F-Sa: 11am-11pm

Cancun Cafe II A $

Traditional Dining Pasta, Pizzerias, etc.

Italian

$

A

Cuban, Mexican, etc.

Hispanic

A

Kainan

Chinese, Japanese, Thai, Vietnamese, etc.

Asian

119 A Charlotte Rd.

Children’s Menu

Jalapenos $ A

Award winning barbeque entrées or by the Extensive menu selections include seafood and southern favorites. Featured on the Paula pound. All the standard selections with southern sides and starters. Deen tour M-Sa: 11am-3pm, W-Th: 5pm-8pm Su-W: 12pm-8pm,Th-Sa: 12pm-9pm F-Sa: 5pm-9pm

4700 Hwy. 80 East 912.897.6101 104 Bryan Woods Rd. 912.201.3259 4700 Hwy 80 East Ele Fine Fusion B5 A $$$

Savannah’s first certified green restaurant. Organic and local ingredients. Fresh and seasonal selections. M-F: 11am-8pm, Sa: 11am-6pm

912.897.0236

Slow cooked, wood-fire pit barbeque. Seafood, soups and sandwiches also available. M-W: 11am-9pm, Th-Sa: 11am-10pm, Su: 12pm-9pm

Vegetarian Options

912.898.0505

216 Johnny Mercer Blvd.

B3 Uncle Bubba’s Oyster House Wiley’s Championship BBQ $$ $$ A B4 A B3

912.898.0852

Su-Th:11am-10pm, F-Sa: 11am-11pm

Su: 11am-12am, M-F: 11am-2am, Sa: 11am-3am

912.898.9001 Johnny Mercer Blvd. C5 Papa’s BBQ and Seafood B3 A $

7906 Hwy 80

Large selection of casual American fare. Spacious with outdoor seating. Live music and special events.

C5 Molly Maguire’s $$ A

Casual local feel. Serving hot and cold sandwiches, as well as salads, apps, soups, and desserts. M-Th: 8am-8pm, F-Sa: 9am-9pm Su: 9am-6pm 119 Charlotte Rd. 912.349.6066 326 Johnny Mercer Blvd

912.897.4026 Thrive A Carryout Cafe $$

Tu-Su: 11am-11pm

461 Johhny Mercer Blvd. 912.897.2009

C4

Casual set atmosphere in a spacious bar with a dining menu that includes foods such as mozarella sticks, quesadillas, sandwiches, burgers, and ribeyes.

Island Daiquiri Cafe A $ Some restrictions may apply.

Daily rotating menu selections include a wide range of items from various culinary influences. Offering desserts as well. M-Sa: 11am-8pm, Su: 12pm-6pm

B5

Casual, intimate atmosphere. Popular with locals. Serving American fare and seafood selections.

Flying Fish Bar & Grill A $$

Delivery Available.

912.898.2131

C5

Family friendly sports bar atmosphere. Award winning wings. Large casual fare selections including steak burgers. Su-Th: 11am-10pm, F-Sa: 11am -11pm

Michael’s Cafe K’Bella Gourmet Carry Out $$ $ B3

BBQ, Southern, Seafood, Burgers, Sandwiches, etc.

American

Beef O’Brady’s $ A

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By Jason Restivo

The heinous heat of summer seems to have broken as we head toward the heavenly fall months. Though the season marks a march towards the bleakness of winter, there’s always a sense of newness as school begins once again, as does Savannah’s favorite time of year for picnics and outdoor concerts. It’s a perfect time to recap the basics of wine in order to raise our glasses to another glorious autumn. If you’re unfamiliar with wine, it can seem an intimidating task to choose a bottle to accompany a meal or sip on the back porch. However, there are only a few simple lessons you need to make purchasing wine an approachable and enjoyable activity. School is now in session! Most of you know that wine usually falls into the categories of white and red (there are a few “pink” varieties but let us not speak of them.) Each is further broken down into the type of grape used for its production. I find the following to be the most reliably excellent varieties:

R eds :

Pinot Noir Cabernet Sauvignon Syrah

W hites :

Riesling Sauvignon Blanc Chardonnay

These magical six can be your new best friends. Wine is also categorized by its “body,” determined on a “light” to “heavy” scale. It’s how the wine feels against your tongue and guides what food will pair best with the varietal. Lighter styles of wine, such as Riesling (white) and Pinot Noir (red) generally have a brightly acidic quality, reminiscent of the sparkly


tartness of lemons and white grapefruits. Its weight is sometimes compared to that of nonfat milk—light and smooth without too much to complicate the palate. Light wines are perfect to serve every day with simple meals, from a brunch of shrimp and grits to a late supper stir-fried vegetables over quinoa. Salads, steamed fish and fresh fruit also go well with these. Medium styles of wine, which include Sauvignon Blanc (white) and Cabernet (red), are a bit more substantial. The acids have a slightly softer feeling, like a pink grapefruit—bolder, a little sweeter. Think of it as the 2% milk option. Medium-bodied wine tend to contain tannins, even the white varieties when aged in oak barrels. These varietals tend to shine with the styles of cooking you find here in the south—any meat that’s braised, smoked or fried. A medium-bodied wine will round out a meal of fried or grilled chicken, baked potatoes, even mac n’ cheese. It’s time to get heavy. Chardonnay (white) and Syrah (red) generally have soft to no acids and firm tannins that give these wines a pleasant “buzzy” sensation on the tongue. Some say the tannins are like having oak splinters on your back palate—in a pleasant way! This is the heavy cream of wine—there’s a tangible sensation of the wine in the mouth. The heavier the wine, the richer the food: The rich sauces of French cooking, red meat with a demiglace and creamy cheeses pair best with a full-bodied wine that can stand up to strong flavors Speaking of pairing wine, don’t let it freak you out. While there are some general rules regarding flavors, the wine police won’t come after you for sipping a Syrah with sea bass. It’s really about what you like. I give you permission to experiment and be spontaneous! While it’s traditional to serve whites cold and reds at room temperature, try icing a red for 15 minutes when it’s hot outside;

this process not only feels good against the heat, but slightly masks any toughness. On the flip side, having your white wines at room temperature can bring out the ripeness of fruit and aromatics. As far as impressing your friends with how much you spend, you should know that wine doesn’t have to be expensive or pretentious.There are great gems in the $13-$18 range right out there on the shelf. Of course, if you love the hunt, be sure to engage the sommelier (wine expert) at your favorite wine shop for fun and adventure in the cellar. And though we’re not supposed to judge a book by its cover, choosing a wine for its label is perfectly acceptable! I believe that if great thought was put into the design of the label, that same deliberation was put in the juice. Remember, when it comes to wine, it’s all about developing confidence. Like school, the more you study the smarter you get—and the more wine you sip, the more your palate develops. Conquer these basics and you’ll be a graduate-level wine connoisseur in no time!

“It’s a perfect time to recap the basics of wine in order to raise our glasses to another glorious autumn.” Well FED

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37 Whitaker St.

912.944.4343

912.236.5464

912.233.9626

D3

M-F: 4pm-until, Sa: 11am-until

21 W. Bay St.

D4

G6 Mercury Lounge

D4

127 W. Congress St.

Local hotspot for weekly live shows and events. Full bar and laid back atmosphere. Call for hours

Jinx

912.443.0855

409 W. Congress St. 912.898.9001

42 Drayton St.

M-Tu: 4pm-Cl, W-Sa: 3pm-3am

Traditional Irish pub that carries all Irish whiskey available in the state of GA, occassionally features live Irish music.

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125 W. Congress St.

O’Connells Irish Pub

912.447.6952

Classic casual Irish American pub. Serv- Relaxed lounge atmosphere. Regular live music with no cover. ing large breakfast, lunch and dinner selections. Famous for nightly karaoke. M-Sa: 3pm-3am, Su: 3pm-2am M-Sa: 8am-3am, Su: 8am-2am

A3 McDonough’s

Spacious.Three bars and large stage. Regular local, regional, and national shows.

20 E. Broughton St. 912.447.0943

117 W. River St.

M-Sa: 3pm-until

7 E. Congress St. 912.236.2281

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912.233.1192 307 W. River St. 912.233.6136 21 E. McDonough St. Mirage D2 D6 Moon River Brewing Co. B5 Murphy’s Law Irish Pub Casual contemporary atmosphere Contemporary Mediterranean menu. Authentic Irish pub.Weekly Intimate casual setting. Expansive bar serving eclectic American fare. Large entertainment. Live rugby broadcasts. with late night hookah lounge. Outdoor beer selection with house brewery. Limited food menu. seating also available. M-Th: 11am-11pm, F-Sa: 11am-12am, M-Sa: 3pm-3am, Su: 3pm-2am Su-W: 5pm-12am, Th-Sa: 5-2:30am Su: 11am-11pm

Traditional Irish pub with Irish singing every night. Menu features classic American and Irish fare. M-Sa: 11pm-3am,Su: 12:30pm-2:30am

M-Sa: 3pm-until

Cozy neighborhood bar. Over 100 beers and martinis. Happy hour. Regular drink specials.

Jen’s & Friends

11 W. Bay St. 912.238.5367

Kevin Barry’s Irish Pub B4 Live Wire Music Hall

912.443.9956

M-Sa: 7pm-3am

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B3 Bayou Cafe

Large bar and American fare served in an upbeat atmosphere with servers in red cowgirl boots. M-Sa: 11am-3am , Su: 11:30am-2am

D5 J.J. Bonerz

13 W. Bay St.

Casual local atmosphere. Regular live music and specials. Popular college hangout.

Hangfire

912.232.8501

M-Su: 5pm-1am

Intimate historic setting. Extensive beer selection with imports and domestics.

B6

219 W. Julian St.

Churchill’s Pub

912.231.1910

M-Th: 6pm –close, F-Sa: 5pm – close

Bacchus New location. Relaxed ambiance. Extensive wine list with over 45 available by the glass.

912.235.4442 309 W. Congress St. B7 Bernie’s River Street B7 Casual atmosphere on the river. Serving Part of the Club One establishment. Serving Cajun, Italian, American and standard American fare. Famous for Large video bar and dance floor. seafood. Cozy with full bar. Open for Karaoke and shows. over 20 years. Live music every night. oysters. M-Th: 11am-12am, F-Sa: 11am-3am, M-Sa: 11am-3am, Su: 11am -2am M-Su: 5pm-3am Su: 11am-2am 115 E. River St. 912.234.6953 301 W. Bay St. 912.233.6411 14 N. Abercorn Ramp 912.236.1827 Congress Street The Distillery Circa 1875 D2 G2 D5 Social Club 21 craft brews on tap. Classic Large outdoor bar and patio. Relaxed yet Over Classic Parisian bistro setting. Gastro tavern setting. Serving lunch upbeat atmosphere, with occasional live historic pub offering authentic French fare. music. There are 2 indoor bars, with big and late night fare. Extensive wine selections. screen tvs, pool tables, dart boards, and a M-Th: 11am-1am, F-Sa: 11am-3am, M-Th: 6pm-10pm, F-Sa: 6pm-11pm foosball table. Su: 12pm-9pm Open Everyday 11am-3am 912.443.1875 48 Whitaker St. 912.238.1985 416 W. Liberty St. 411 W. Congress St. 912.236.1772

D3 Bay Cafe

Unpretentious and inviting. All games free. Nightly specials.

Bar Bar

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Historic District

C9 AVIA Lounge C4 Located inside the AVIA Hotel. Chic Intimate and casual local pub. Outdoor lounge with resident mixologist. Offering seating available. Pet friendly. fromage and charcuterie menu as well. M-Th: 4pm-11pm, F-Sa: 2pm-12am, M-Sa: 4pm-3am Su: 4pm-10pm 912.349.0525 17 Lincoln St. 912.233.2116 14 Barnard St.

Abe’s on Lincoln

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Retro on Congress

B2 Saya Lounge D4

314 Williamson St.

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912.236.7642

Su: 12:30pm-12am

1801 Habersham St. 912.354.8288

M-F: 11am-7pm, Sa: 11am-6pm

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11215 Abercorn St.

Sports Bar atmosphere with varied selection of standard American fare. Large selection of beer and liquor. M-Sa: 3pm-3am, Su: 12:30pm-2am 13051 Abercorn St. 912.921.2269

M-Th: 11am-1am, F-Sa: 11am-2am, Su: 1pm-1am

Leagues Monday-Thursday. Large spacious environment. Lots of tables. Menu includes standard bar fare.

Southside Billiards Club L2 Tailgate Sports Bar

912.352.2933

L3 Cozy local bar. Long happy hour. Darts, Texas Hold’em, and Karaoke.

Dew Drop Inn

map on pg. 46

Midtown Southside

M-Th: 2pm-11pm, F-Sa: 2pm-2am, Su: 12pm-9pm 11432 Abercorn St. 10 East Broad St. 912.927.9757

D12 Large selection of standard American fare and bar food standards. Daily specials. Spacious sports bar M-Su: 11am-12am

8 East Broughton St.

Coach’s Corner

912.231.0888

Newly opened night club that features DJs on the weekends and live sporting events throughout the week, with different drink specials on a rotating basis. Happy hour is 5pm-7pm.

M-W: 10am-2am, Th-Sa:11am-3am 39 Montgomery St. 912.629.0880 15 W. Broughton St.

M-Tu: 5pm-2am, W-Sa: 5pm-3am, Su: 6pm-2am

7360 Skidaway Rd. 912.925.5398

B8 Sandfly Bar & Grill K10 Although not actually a bar, this carryout Casual local sports bar atmosphere. Menu includes standard American bar wine and gourmet foods shop has fare. become well known for its affordable selections and monthly wine dinners. M-F: 11:30am-2am, Sa: 3pm-2am,

Bar Food

M-Sa: 5pm-3am

Casual intimate atmosphere. Eco-friendly bar serving contemporary specialties.

D2 Shipwreck Lounge

38 MLK Jr Blvd

Seed Eco Lounge

D7

912.994.2291 309 W. Saint Julian St.

912.349.1549

M-F: 11am-3pm, W-Th: 6pm-9pm F-Sa: 6pm-10pm

Modern bar with daily happy hour and drink specials.Weekend DJ for dancing and only designated smoking section in downtown.

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912.232.5778 206 W. Saint Julian St.

M-Su: 5pm-until

sphere that features intimate indoor and outdoor seating and a full bar.

D3 Tantra Bar & Lounge D7 Contemporary lounge club atmosphere. Sushi and tapas. Regular shows and popular open mic.

Casual intimate atmosphere.Tapas, light fare and desserts. Extensive wine and drink list. Kitchen open till midnight. M-Th: 5pm-2am, F-Sa: 5pm-3am Su: 10am-2pm 912.335.5852 109 Jefferson St.

Sugar Daddy’s

C3

In City Market. Nightly specials. Beer pong. Live entertainment.

Pour Larry’s

D1 Rooftop Tavern Two story historic loft with a relaxed atmo- in City Market

Rogue Water

109 Broughton St. 912.349.5100

H8 E8 Capones Billards French and Asian influences. Casual and Spacious billiards bar and grill. Large late night menu . Lunch specials. Drink intimate bar setting.Wifi available. specials. M-Th: 3pm-1am, F: 11am-2:30am, M-Sa: 4pm-1am Sa: 3pm-2:30am, Su: 3pm-12am 912.335.5956 4523 Habersham St. 912.354.4848 1100 Eisenhower St.

G6 Casual English pub with classic historic setting. European influenced pub fare and specialties. M-Th: 11:30am-12am, F-Sa: 11:30am2am, Su: 11:30am- 10pm 912.233.3156 245 Bull St.

Six Pence Pub

912.527.6453

912.236.7272

Casual yet intimate atmospere, with a full and a lounge area laid out with couches. Festive casual saloon atmosphere. Duel- bar Dance floor with a varietal mix of music, ing Pianos. Popular for special occasions Tuesdays and Thursdays are Salsa dance nights. W-F: 5pm-3am, Sa: 5:30pm-3am, M-Sa: 1pm-3am Su: 5:30pm-2am

Savannah Smiles Dueling Piano Bar

D4 Historic dive bar. Regular drink specials. Casual, easy going atmosphere that occasionally features live music. Equipped Limited menu. Free wings happy hour with a full bar, large flat screens, and a on Friday. dance floor. M-W: 3pm-3am, T-Sa: 1pm-3am M-Sa: 5pm-3am 912.238.1311 405 W. Congress St. 912.544.0371 125 W. Congress St.

Rail Pub

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Historic District

A3 Pinkie Master’s H7 A classic dive bar thats been open for Recently re-opened under new more than 50 years, Pres. Jimmy Carter management this dive bar features occasional live music and karaoke nights gave a speech while standing atop the bar on the behalf of his friend and the as well as nightly drink specials. original proprietor “Pinkie” Masterpolis. W-Sa: 5pm-Till Close M-Sa: 5pm-3am 912.856.8076 303 W River St. 912.238.0447 318 Drayton St.

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912.786.0121

Relaxed island atmosphere. Specialty pizzas, whole or by the slice. Low card menu, wraps, and more. M-Su: 11-12am map on pg. 24 1213 Hwy. 80 10 Tybrisa St. 912.786.5900

Historic District

N9 Huc-A-Poos Bites/ Booze H6

Live entertainment of Friday and Saturdays.The only bumper pool table in Tybee. Limited bar menu. Mo-Sa: 12pm-3am, Su: 12:30pm-3am

1517 Butler Ave. 912.786.5506

M-Sa: 10-3am, Su: 12:30-3am

Serving breakfast items alongside sandwiches and standard bar food. “Coldest beer in America”

N9 Doc’s Bar and Grill

1603 Strand Ave.

Flying Fish Bar & Grill B5

912.786.7150

M-Sa: 12pm-3am, Su: 12:30pm-3am

Tybee Time N10 Sports Bar.Voted best daiquiri 20042009. 10 different daiquiri machines. Thirteen TVs.

140 J Mercer Blvd.

M-W: 4pm-Late, F-Sa: 12pm-Late, Tu-Th: 2pm-Late

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J Mercer Blvd. 912.898.5624 348 Johnny Mercer Blvd.

C5 To our Readers: Well FED continues to strive for the most

912.898.9001

M-F: 11am-2am, Sa: 11am-3am, Su: 11am-12am

Island Daiquiri Cafe

Large selection of casual American fare. help! If you find that your favorite establishment is not listed or Spacious with outdoor seating. Live needs correction, please contact us. All emails regarding additions music and special events.

Molly Maguire’s

912.898.4257

M-F: 2pm-2am, Sa: 4pm-3am

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Su-Th:11am-10pm, F-Sa: 11am-11pm and corrections will automatically be entered in a monthly drawing 221 J MercerBlvd. 912.898.0852 216 J Mercer Blvd to receive a Free Gift Certificate to a restaurant of our choice.

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C4 Island Sports Bar & Grill C4 Casual local bar that offers standard Sports bar in a relaxed, casual atmosphere American fare in a spacious setting has big screen tvs, full bar, and a food menu that offers traditional bar food. with pool tables and dart boards.   

map on pg. 52

Wilmington Island

Britannia Pub

Large British theme pub. Outdoor seating. Large group accommodations. Happy hour specials.

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912.897.6137

M-F: 11am-2am, Sa: 11am-3am, Su: 12pm-12am

Dance music, food, karaoke, and reasonably priced drinks.     

Islander

Casual, intimate atmosphere. Popular with locals. Serving American fare and seafood selections. Tu-W: 5pm-10pm, Th: 5pm-11pm, Tu-Su: 11am-11pm F-Sa: 5pm-12pm 7906 Hwy 80 912.349.0725 4 Wilmington Island Rd. 912.897.2009

This dessert bar offers items such as double cheesecake, keylime pie, sour cream lemon cake, chocolate ganache, in addition to martinis, beer and wine.

912.786.7707 725 1st St. Cocoa’s Dessert Bar D4

Full Bar with Karaoke on Friday and Saturday nights. Open Mic Night every other Thurs. Daily Lunch Specials. M-Su:11:30am-3am

Seagrass Grill & Saloon H9

North Beach Bar & Grill H10 Quarter Sports Bar and Grill

M10 H9 Rock House Bar & Grill N9 Sand Bar Darts, Poker, foosball. Large selection Burgers, seafood, tacos, and big burSports bar serving standard casual fare. ritos served in a spacious sports bar Mix of American and Caribbean flair. of sandwiches and paninis. Sushi on Seafood selection includes oysters and atmosphere. Live entertainment and Daily specials and homemade desWednesdays. snow crab legs. serts. Live Entertainment. Karaoke. M-Th: 5pm-3am, F-Su: 3pm-3am M-Su: 11am-10pm M-Sa: 4pm-3am, Su: 12:30pm-3am M-Su: 11-3am 912.786.8304 1512 Butler Ave. 1516 Butler Ave. 912.786.4442 33 Van Horne Ave. 912.7868966 601 1st St. 912.786.7176

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Tybee Island

Benny’s

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Organic Grill ~ Patio ~ Bar

“Health and flavor are the two basic components in our choice to serve organic and local food. Freshly picked, locally grown ingredients have more nutrients than food that’s been preserved and amended with chemicals. And as a chef, I know this food will have the fullest flavor profile. “

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Cha Bella Executive Chef, Matthew Roher

102 E. Broad St. www.cha-bella.com 912-790-7888


Well FED Savannah September 2011