Savannah Soul Food Showdown Event

Well FED Magazine and Black History Month seek out best Soul Food Restaurant in Savannah
Seeking Best Soul Food Restaurant in Savannah

Did you hear about the Soul Food Showdown in honor of Black History Month?  I can’t believed I just learned about a FOOD event only days before it winds up.  Well FED Magazine is the sponsor and the event is easy to join.  Simply eat at one of the following locations, then vote for your favorite restaurant, either in person (at your fav spot), via email (showdown@wellfedsavannah.com) or on Facebook.  Cast your vote and you might be the recipient of a gift certificate to the winning restaurant. 

Where to eat?

The Garden of Eden, 714 MLK Je. Blvd. (Mon-Fri 7am to 5 pm/Sunday 11 am to 6 pm.  Tel: 349-1420)

Narobia’s Grits and Gravy. 2019 Habersham St.  (Mon-Fri 6 am to 3 pm/Sat. 7 am to 3 pm.  Tel: 231-0563)

Masada the United House of Prayer, 2301 W. Bay St. (Tues-Wed 11 am to 4 pm/Thur-Sun 11 am to 5 pm.  Tel: 236-9499)

Nevaeh’s Soul Food, 2705 Bull St. (Call for hours 232-3319)

Taste of Heaven, 2402 Waters Ave. (Call for hours 349-6022)

Neighborhood Soul Food, 504-1/2 West 42nd St. (Mon-Sat 6 am to 6 pm.  Tel:  234-5081)

Need another reason to participate?  Fisher’s cookbook, the oldest known soul food cookbook, will be available for download to Well-FED Magazine’s readers throughout the month. 

Care to join me today at Masada Cafe in the United House of Prayer for lunch?  We’ll be there around noon so be sure to look for three vivacious and fun-loving innkeepers stirring up some appetites.