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Enmark Savannah River Bridge Run – December 1, 2012

December 1st, 2012 by Teresa Jacobson

Run, Walk or Crawl your way to the top.

Adrenaline surges through your body. Your heart races. Your elbow bumps a fierce competitor in the ribs. And your feather boa flies in the face of the runner behind you. Yes. This is the one and only Enmark Savannah Bridge Run. And it’s calling your name. Are you up for the challenge?

Savannah Philharmonic Chamber Music: Chamber Concert No. 2: The Baroque Hour

November 18th, 2012 by Teresa Jacobson

Sunday, November 18, 2012 05:00 pm Telfair Academy

Pajama Shop Hop is Coming to Town!

November 8th, 2012 by Teresa Jacobson

Teresa Jacobson and Shannon Romine of Savannah Inns are getting the word out!

“We’re making a list… checking it twice…” but we really don’t care if you are naughty or nice! The Savannah Pajama Shop Hop is coming to town and we are proud to be a sponsor of this inaugural event that joins our love of the holidays with our comfiest attire – PJs. Join over 60 participating merchants and your fellow Savannah travelers on an outrageously fun-filled month of Holiday Savings and spirit-filled memories. Grab your best gal (or two), your favorite PJs (or your most outlandish costume) and reserve a room at any of the four Savannah Inns for two nights to receive your Passport to Savings free!

Do not despair, oh Locals of Savannah, we aren’t leaving you out of the fun! Bring us an unwrapped toy for the Toys for Tots (TM) program sponsored by the United States Marines and a complimentary passport is yours!

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Taste of Savannah November 8, 2012

November 8th, 2012 by Teresa Jacobson

November 8  from 7 to 10 p.m. Showcasing SavannahSavannah’s most exceptional restaurants and caterers, each serving samples of their favorite menu items.

Savannah International Trade and Convention Center

General Admission: $40 thru October 5; $50 thereafter.

 

Savannah Film Festival October 27 thru November 3, 2012

October 27th, 2012 by Teresa Jacobson

The Savannah College of Art and Design presents the annual festival, filled with cinematic creativity from both award-winning professionals and emerging student filmmakers. Each year more than 40,000 people attend the eight days Savannah Film Festival. The festival is host to a wide variety of competition film screenings, special screenings, workshops, panels, and lectures. The full schedule of screenings will be available on Oct. 1, 2012 at 10 a.m.

www.savannahboxoffice.com

filmfest.scad.edu

15th Annual Savannah Film Festival starts tomorrow, October 27, 2012

October 26th, 2012 by Teresa Jacobson

2012 Savannah Film Festival

You don’t have to be in front of Grauman’s Chinese Theatre or behind the gold cord at the Oscars to lay claim to a “star” sighting. You merely need to be in Savannah for the 15th Annual Savannah Film Festival which starts tomorrow, October 27, 2012.  Actors Matt Dillon, Diane Lane and John Goodman will receive the Outstanding Achievement in Cinema award while actress Michelle Monaghan and director John Gatins will each receive the Spotlight Award. Filmmaker Geoffrey Fletcher (winner of the Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay for “Precious”) will receive the Savannah College of Art and Design Cinevation Award. The Lifetime Achievement Award will go to Stan Lee (Spiderman, the Avengers, the X-Men and hundreds of others).

 

Book your room today at Azalea Inn and Gardens. There is so much more to this festival you won’t want to miss a moment. For more information, please visit www.filmfest.scad.edu/tickets.

Azalea Inn and Gardens, a Savannah GA bed and breakfast inn, invites you to reserve your room today and begin enjoying the best food experiences in our city, which Travel + Leisure Magazine acclaimed as a “World’s Best City”.

23rd Annual Savannah Folk Music Festival

October 12th, 2012 by Teresa Jacobson

A popular weekend festival devoted to the enjoyment, preservation, and continuation of the living art of folk music. Featuring national and regional talent, as well as a youth songwriting competition.

All events are free and open to the public. 912-786-6953 |  http://www.savannahfolk.org/festival.htm

Savannah’s July 4th 2012 Fireworks Extravaganza

April 8th, 2012 by Teresa Jacobson

Fireworks in Savannah Georgia

It’s hard to get excited about any holiday that falls on a Wednesday, but we take our celebrations seriously in the South and Savannah’s July 4, 2012 Fireworks Extravaganza will be no exception. Everyone knows that Savannah is the only place to be for St. Patrick’s Day – after all, we did hold the largest parade with the largest attendence in the WORLD just a few weeks ago – but we take all opportunities that come our way to have some fun. Did you know there are over 200 festivals throughout the year in Savannah – no kidding! We love our food, our beer, our wine, our art, our culture, our city – heck, we love it all – but most of all we love sharing! So join us on July 4, even if it is a Wednesday, and plan on spending the night – getting up for work the next day is much easier if you didn’t spend it in jail cause you had a wee bit too much fun – or better, take the next day off, meander our streets and enjoy this world-class destination.

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4th Annual Savannah Craft Brew Festival

July 24th, 2011 by Teresa Jacobson

Savannah Ga Labor Day Festival

Beer and Buddies and Labor Day Fun

Where I grew up, Beer and Burgers went with Labor Day like fireworks on the fourth of July, and here in Savannah, well, we take Beer on Labor Day to a whole new level!  Welcome to the 4th Annual Savannah Craft Brew Festival - a three-day festival dedicated to craft brew enthusiasts!  There are over 35 brewing companies, live music, food, and judging contests for both home brewers and professional brewers alike. 

The festival starts on Friday with a golf tournament at 10 a.m. followed by a beer tasting reception.  Friday evening brings an opportunity to join fellow aficionados for a beer and food pairing dinner accompanied by live music.  Jake and I have attended and sponsored many wine and food pairing dinners, but our first beer and food pairing was a blast!  Now if you don’t have time to fit in dinner, be sure to show up for the desserts and brews and fireworks, aptly named “Brews and Booms”.

Saturday and Sunday offers an outdoor event on the Esplanade at the trade center with more than 130 different craft brews, live entertainment, delicious food offerings and souvenir items for sale.  Sunday night closes with a “Beer vs. Wine Dinner” at Ruth’s Chris steak house – a 5-course event hosted by Tim Rutherford (Brewfest chairman and wine columnist) and Oscar Wong (Highland Brewing Company) who will make the pairings but ultimately, you will choose the best pairing for each course.

Stone Brewing Company, San Diego, CAWe have to share with you that one of Jake’s all-time favorite brewers will be in attendance – Stone Brewing Company of San Diego.  Jake introduced me to this beer when we first began dating over 11 years ago when he encouraged me to take a sip of his “Arrogant Bastard” ale, and I was hooked.  Drop by the festival and out see for yourself!

Azalea Inn and Gardens Bed and Breakfastin Savannah, GA’s historic district has a few rooms left for Labor Day – call us now!

New York City Tradition in Savannah

July 14th, 2011 by Teresa Jacobson

Shortly after breakfast on July 5, a family from New York City staying with us for four days, inquired if they might use our grill, conveniently located poolside, for an afternoon cookout – a July 4 family tradition that they had to forego while on vacation.  Before I could answer, they threw in a bribe – I was invited to dinner!  Never one to turn down food, and most especially food I don’t have to prepare, I enthusiastically gave permission.  (We have all the basic fixings for any guest who wants to use our grill from salt and pepper to paper plates).   Smiling broadly, Jason and Sandy, and daughters Claire and Nicola, immediately proceeded to invite everyone at the inn to join them around 4 in the afternoon for a barbeque! 

Work kept me busy till just after 5:30 and as I toured the last check-in through the backyard and pool area, I was surprised to see my New York family and six other guests gathered around the grill and table, laughing, eating, drinking, and encapsulated with plenty of good cheer.  Once free, I quickly joined the party, helped myself to an ear of corn, and watched amusedly as “Chef Jason” cajoled the last check-in, a couple from Kentucky taking a slow and meandering drive home from Gulfport, Mississippi, to join us.  We quickly grabbed chairs off the nearby decks and made room round the table.   

Grilled corn was slathered with butter, while burgers and dogs were joyously consumed.  Jason was the grill commander deftly turning the pork, chicken and steak kabobs over the heat assisted by his youngest, Nicola.  Sandy made sure each new arrival had a drink (white or red wine, or beer) and quickly shooed the children to make room for the adults.  The other guests came and went, on their way to dinner, but a core of us stayed despite the heat:  Sandy, Trevor, Claire and Nicola from NYC (though Sandy and Trevor are from South Africa originally), Patric and Charles from Ohio (celebrating eight years together), Matthew and Allison from W. Virginia (on their honeymoon),  Melissa and Patrick from Illinois (also honeymooners), and Kim and Greg from Kentucky (celebrating his return from Afghanistan). 

Soon Scott West, Jason and Sandy’s Savannah connection and the person who referred the family to our inn, arrives and has gifts for the family and one for me!  We passed the delicious Byrd Cookie Company treats around for all to taste, and I snuck inside to fill my tumbler with the Inn’s special Dreamcicle Lemonade (with a dash of Vodka) which I also shared around the table.  Claire and Nicola entertained us (quite beautifully, I might ad) with songs they had learned from several Broadway shows and musicals as well as some songs of the old South, including a song of freedom from slavery!  This prompted a lively discussion around the table, as I am sure you can imagine!  As the evening’s laughter grew and life stories were shared, Jason and Greg left to purchase more beer and wine.  It was at this point that I realized I had better excuse myself as breakfast duty was on my plate for the morning. 

It is moments such as these when guests find kindred spirits and the feeling of family permeates the evening that I realized how blessed I am to do what I do.  There is no doubt, Azalea Inn and Gardens bed and breakfast is a better way to stay*!

*“better way to stay.” is the grassroots campaign of the Professional Association of Innkeepers (PAII) dedicated to helping travelers discover the B&B experience.

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