45 Bistro – A Surprising Revelation

March 20, 2012 by Teresa Jacobson

I have been avoiding this restaurant for quite a while, nearly seven years to be exact, simply because of its location. I couldn’t possibly send my guests to a hotel restaurant because, well, because usually they are just okay and… Read More

Savannah’s Best Kept Secret?

November 22, 2011 by Teresa Jacobson

Have you ever wondered what  Savannah’s Best Kept Secret might be? Is there but one secret? Personally, I think that Savannah Innkeepers know lots of secrets, I certainly do.  For instance, what is the best time to head over for some mighty fine Southern… Read More

Cheap Eats = Good Eats in Savannah

May 4, 2011 by Teresa Jacobson

Psst… do you want to know where to find Cheap Eats that are actually Good Eats in Savannah?   We have the inside scoop on new as well as tried and true dining establishments in our delicious city that won’t pluck your wallet clean of green. … Read More

606 East Cafe in Savannah

February 10, 2011 by Teresa Jacobson

I can’t tell you how much a love a good lunch spot, and 606 East Cafe on MLK is just that. It’s quirky with fun murals on the walls, kitschy accessories scattered about, and waitresses sporting t-shirts that say “Diva.”… Read More

Savannah Restaurant Week: Chart House

February 3, 2011 by Teresa Jacobson

This week in Savannah is known as Oglethorpe’s Feast, more commonly called Restaurant Week. From January 28th through February 6th (I know, that’s 10 days, but we’re not known for our math skills), 11 upscale restaurants are offering a 3-course… Read More

Savannah’s Sugar Daddy

January 26, 2011 by Teresa Jacobson

No, I’m not talking about a rich old man taking care of Savannah; I’m talking about Sugar Daddy’s, a chic restaurant on Jefferson near Broughton: Kolin (Azalea’s tasty chef, as well as [did I mention?] my husband) and I decided… Read More

4th Wine and Food Pairing: Best Yet!

September 19, 2010 by Teresa Jacobson

By Gosh, I think we might have it!  Mix 5 great wine finds with 5 perfect matches, shake gently and add 10 enthusiastic wine enthusiasts. Final result: An incredible evening of wine and food, conviviality and fun.  Last night was… Read More

Azalea Inn sips and sups at a Wine Portfolio Tasting

September 5, 2010 by Teresa Jacobson

My favorite “Wine Chic”, Lori Mohr, sales rep for Ultimate Distributors here in Savannah, invited me to their Fifth Annual Portfolio Tasting, an extravaganza of importers and Vineyards that Ultimate (and Lori) represent. The party started at 1 pm but… Read More

Wine and Food: A Perfect Pairing

August 24, 2010 by Teresa Jacobson

Three months ago we began a series of monthly wine and food pairings mostly so we could support our habit – an addictive love of great wine and food paired with the company of friends, old and new!  On the… Read More

Thanksgiving Dinner at Azalea Inn and Gardens

August 20, 2010 by Teresa Jacobson

Just because you left town for the Thanksgiving holiday doesn’t mean you have to miss out on a truly traditional and delicious Thanksgiving meal.  Book yourself a relaxing and stress-free stay in one of Savannah’s finest bed and breakfasts –… Read More

Savannah Heirloom Tomato Celebration

August 17, 2010 by Teresa Jacobson

I can’t believe it has taken me so long to write you all about a fabulous evening we had at our local Earth to Table restaurant, Cha Bella, on August 3.  I blame it on travel fatigue having just returned… Read More

Do Blondes Have More Fun? A Wine and Food Pairing in Savannah, GA

June 7, 2010 by Teresa Jacobson

WINE AND FOOD PAIRING at AZALEA INN AND GARDENS Featuring: Maso Canali Pinot Grigio, Italy Alamos Torrentes, Argentina Martin Codax Albarino, Spain William Hill Central Coast Chardonnay, California Whitehaven Sauvignon Blanc, New Zealand   Delightful food pairings by Zeigler House… Read More

Alligator Soul debutes Lunch Menu – Wow!

October 14, 2009 by Teresa Jacobson

Last Monday, three innkeepers and a husband met at Alligator Soul to admire the new logo and sample the newly-opened-for-lunch menu.   Chef Chris DiNello shared with Savannah Foodie’s Tim Rutherford:  “Our focus is on express gourmet Southern-style lunch for under $10.… Read More

Sisters and Mother’s Day

May 21, 2009 by Teresa Jacobson

My sister, Sharon, surprised me with a mid-week visit to celebrate Mother’s Day.  We don’t see each other often enough though she only lives a few hours away, so she and her partner, Dana, drove up from Jacksonville on Wednesday… Read More