Category: Food & Drink

From Chicago to Savannah:  A Great Move

Wednesday, November 9, 2016

This week’s blog is from Dave Racicot, a true entrepreneur who’s willing to jump in feet first and help others reach their dreams.  For those who have not already met Dave, he’s the guy in the room with big ideas and a big smile.  Read on as Dave shares some first impressions of his new hometown […]

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Fear Nothing But Fear Itself

Wednesday, June 22, 2016

This week’s blog is from Nana Johnson, SCAD graduate, Savannah entrepreneur, and eternal source of positive effervescence!  Read on as Nana shares insights on what keeps her pushing forward. FYI – – The Creative Coast’s blogspot is Savannah’s sounding board for local thinkers, innovators, wanderers and wonderers. Guest bloggers share their thoughts, opinions and creative noodling from […]

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Steph and the Chefs

Tuesday, July 10, 2007

Attention Savannah Foodies, there is a new food blog in town – and from a great news source! Steph and the Chefs “cook up something new each Monday morning on WJCL’s Good Morning and Fox 28’s AM Alive! Steph and the Chefs tape their segments at Kitchens on the Sqare in downtown Savannah.” A few […]

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Video Follow-Up: The Great Ice Cream Run

Tuesday, June 26, 2007

MINI Coopers took over Savannah for The GREAT Ice Cream Run on the 7-day ice cream run from Sanford, Florida to Bar Harbor, Maine. MINI Cooper drivers stopped at homemade ice cream shops along the way to enjoy summer’s sweetest treat, including Savannah’s own Leopold’s. Check out local resident and MINI owner Murray Wilson enjoying […]

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100 Mile Diet

Saturday, June 23, 2007

Can you imagine eating only foods grown within 100 miles of your home? That’s exactly what one couple from Vancouver, British Columbia did for one year. Alisa Smith and James MacKinnon decided to eat foods from within 100 miles of their home after learning the statistic that when the average North American sits down to […]

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Hidden Savannah BBQ Joint?

Wednesday, June 20, 2007

With the 4th of July holiday fast approaching (it’s almost JULY already?!), ones mind begins to think of hot summer BBQ’s and delicious cold beverages. On a walk the other week, I passed by a run down restaurant sign for Pig & Pan’s Bar-B-Que nestled between two houses a block west of Barnard south of […]

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Savannah Foodies

Tuesday, June 5, 2007

A lot of cities have websites for food and restaurant reviews and I’ve found this to be lacking in Savannah. There’s one noted food blogger in town that I know of, Gourmet Girl, and I’ve found her reviews to be helpful when looking for a new location to dine, but other than that, I haven’t […]

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Food For Thought Series – Marketing On A Shoestring

Tuesday, May 8, 2007

Georgia Tech’s Savannah Campus will host the “Food for Thought Series“, “Marketing on a Shoestring” on May 17 at 11:30am in room 126 of the PARB building. Enlightened attendees will be dismissed at 1:00 sharp. John Powers, President of Bottom Line Marketing, will speak at the May edition of the Entrepreneur “Food for Thought” series. […]

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Looking To Eat Lunch, AND Get SMART?

Thursday, April 26, 2007

Well then, check out the Chamber of Commerce’s SMART Lunch Series! The next event will feature CEMA (Chatham Emergency Management Agency), and will focus on disaster planning for businesses. Hurricane season begins soon, June 1st, so grab a seat for lunch and learn how to protect your company and your assets. Details: SMART lunch series […]

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the cSpot

Thursday, March 1, 2007

I attended my first cSpot cocktail hour this week, since it is put on by some of us here at TCCi (and Cari from Clark Creative), and I must say, I think I have found my new favorite bar, and a fun group of people! The cSpot is described as The “C” is for Creative. […]

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Delicious Baked Goods Alert

Friday, February 23, 2007

Panera Bread is moving in to a space at the corner of Broughton and Bull Streets this summer. Now if there’s anything that I love, or used to love before I developed a wheat allergy, is a tasty bagel. Panera has delicious bagels, pastries, and coffees that keep you coming back for more. I personally […]

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Gluten Free Savannah

Friday, February 16, 2007

I am allergic to wheat and gluten, and moving to Savannah with a special needs belly required some research on where to shop to find foods that don’t make me feel sick. Luckily, I found a great local resource within walking distance of Forsyth Park; Brighter Day Market. You may know this to cater to […]

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Savannah Area Wine Info

Friday, February 2, 2007

Did somebody say wine? There are a couple of regional wine events coming up that I though I would post about, considering that we all do love wine so very much! Savannah UncorkedA fun cultural event where you can savor wine and help out a good cause, The Rehabilitation Institute at Memorial Health University Medical […]

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