Top Choice Events for this Week: October 20-26

This week is a perfect introduction to autumn weather. With a collection of events that include fast cars, pirate parties, dogs in costumes and fashion shows, all we have to do is leave the house to find something up our alley.

Buy Local Luncheon – Thursday, October 23

This month’s Buy Local Luncheon at the Pirate’s House will feature Jesse Bushkar of BFG Communications who will be speaking about ‘How to Cope with the Increased Pace of Technological Change.’

Savannah Speed ClassicOctober 24-26

The Savannah Speed Classic is a fun road race experience offering ticket holders an insider look at the inner workings of racing. The Grand Prize of America Road Course is next to The Westin Savannah. The weekend will include series races, endures, hot lap rides, test drives, and pit access.


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DineSouth = HUGE Success

From roasted pigs to aerial acrobats, DineSouth was definitely an event to remember. It was an evening of fabulous people and superb restaurants and cafes passing out the best food the South has to offer. Great friends showed up from writers and photographers who have contributed to editorial, to advertisers and clients who have shared in our success. Seriously, what was there not to like about it?

We want to say a HUGE thank you to everyone involved in getting the event together. We couldn’t have done it without you!

If you missed the event, don’t worry! You can come next year! Click here to get on our mailing list so you don’t miss another amazing South event!


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9 Reasons You Absolutely Can’t Miss the Biggest Event of the Year

I know we have been hounding you with DineSouth info for the past month. If you pick up the latest issue, we are literally shoving it down your throats.

Trust me, it’s all for your benefit. We care about our readers and we just don’t want any you to miss out on the greatest, most fun event of the year. Even though I am prone to it, I’m not exaggerating. Here’s proof.


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Barbecue Fountain of Youth

When Ponce de Leon went on his quest to find a fountain that kept him young, he was steered in the wrong direction. St. Augustine may claim he found it there in that spring that smells like hard-boiled eggs, but they’re wrong. We’ve uncovered the real Fountain of Youth and you’ll be able to taste it at this year’s DineSouth!

One of our esteemed vendors, Johnny Harris Restaurant, will have will have a waterfall of barbecue sauce for your divulging pleasure at their booth. How is this the real Fountain of Youth you ask?


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A Vodka Revolution

Until recently, making small-batch spirits in your barn usually lead to white lightning and Duke boys in an orange Charger. Now, small-batch is the new thing.

One of our DineSouth sponsors, Tito’s Handmade Vodka, has revolutionized small-batch vodka starting with a single homemade still. Being a bourbon girl myself, I will go out on a limb here and say that Tito has done one more and actually made vodka taste good! Crazy, I know.

Here are three cocktails perfect for enjoying Tito’s.


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Top Choice Events for this Week: October 13-19

Our calendars are marked and we are ready to go. Check out our top choice events for this week.

Martinis at the Mansion X Second Harvest – Wednesday, October 15

For this week’s hump day, we strongly suggest letting out some of that mid-week tension with a little socializing at Martinis at the Mansion. This event will benefit Second Harvest of Coastal Georgia.


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Start Your Engines for the Savannah Speed Classic

Friday, October 24 – Sunday, October 26

We all do it. We sit in traffic pretending to rev our engines, imagining we are in much classier cars than we own—or can afford– ready to race to the front. Burning rubber and the roar of engines are in the very fabric that makes up Savannah. That’s right; racing is a part of Savannah’s history. In fact the Hostess City was the birthplace of the American Grand Prix. In ode to that history, the Hilton Head Island Motoring Festival & Concours d’Elegance reopened the track at Hutchinson Island with the Savannah Speed Classic and revived Savannah’s racing culture.


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4 In-Season Fruits for Fall

Our good friends at Enmark are stepping up their fruit game. Here are four fruits to look out for this fall. Or check out Enmark’s booth at DineSouth for the freshest local fruits around!

1. Apples

The quintessential American fruit, apples are in their prime during the fall. The perfect fruit for the health conscious, apples contain no fat, sodium or cholesterol and are a good source of fiber. I’m sure all that goes out the window when you mix it with sugar and butter and shove it in a piecrust.


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Who Is the Ice Queen?

By Corrie Dyke

We’ve kept the secret from you long enough. Who is that ice queen in this month’s Southern Slang?


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What You Need to Know About Bottles & Cans

Danceable and jamable, Bottles & Cans’ music has been somewhat of a Savannah music scene staple for 10 years. With Ray Lundy on lead vocals and guitar, Marty Ellis on vocals and harmonica, Josh Safer on the drums, and John Trani on the bass guitar, Bottles & Cans produces an original sound that can’t be missed.

Check out our Q&A with the group and don’t miss them at the 7th Annual DineSouth benefitting Senior Citizens Inc. Meals on Wheels.

1. How did the group come together?

Our original members first met each other back in 2002 while attending the weekly blues jam that was held down at the now defunct Savannah Blues Bar in City Market.


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Top Choice Events for this Week: October 6-12

Networking, good health, nature, and pirates, so many pirates! We like to mix up our themes here in Savannah. Here are some of our favorite events for this week.

SDBA Luncheon OctoberWednesday, October 8

This month’s SDBA luncheon will feature guest speaker Ben Carter, founder and chairman of Ben Carter Enterprises. Mr. Carter will be speaking about the Broughton Street project among other subjects. There’s no wonder why reservations to this luncheon are going quickly.

Tybee Pirate Fest Oct 10-12 – Friday through Sunday

Arrrgh! Dig out your eye patches, cutlasses and shiniest hooks. It’s the Tybee Pirate Fest! Friday, there will be live music, fireworks, beer gardens, a thieves’ market, a pirate invasion ceremony and lots of kid friendly fun for the tiny buccaneers. Then get ready for more great music, a victory party and, of course, the Pirate Parade on Saturday!


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Beware of FOMO

Your plan of attack to not miss out on any of our Top Choice Events going on this weekend.

October is filled with events and everyone is experiencing a little fear of missing out (or FOMO) but not to worry! Here at South we’ve devised a way for you to get your fill of Fall Festivals –and maybe even a pumpkin or two.

1. Prioritize. Decide which festivals are most important to you.
I know you can tell I’m all about the pumpkin patch but I know that’s not for everyone. Some people have a soft spot for Daschunds in which case you won’t want to miss the Weiner Dog Races at Morrell Park on Saturday morning as a part of Oktoberfest’s fun filled weekend.


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Picnic is an Understatement

More than just wicker baskets and checkered tablecloths, Savannah’s Picnic in the Park kicks off fall with an all-out event celebrating the arts.

The City of Savannah along with presenting sponsor Parker’s and Media Sponsor WSAV invite Savannahians to join them for an evening of entertainment, family, fun and of course “picnics” in Forsyth Park this Sunday, October 5, for Picnic in the Park.


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5 Reasons to Stalk the Cast of Magic Mike XXL This Week

Channing Tatum is in the vicinity! I repeat. Channing Tatum is in the vicinity! Sexy has brought itself down to Savannah for a few weeks and because I’m sure you needed more than one, here are five reasons to find the cast.

1. A picture with the hottest couple ever.

Sophia Vergara and Joe Manganiello are two of the hottest people ever, and they were spotted all around town this past weekend. Imagine a picture of you in the middle of that hot sandwich.


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Top Choice Events for this Week: Sept 29 – Oct 5

This week we have picnics, dancing, festivals, and more to look forward to. Way to embrace the fall season with open arms, Savannah!

Open House Savannah StationTuesday, September 30

Savannah Station will be hosting an open house this Tuesday at 4:30 with catered food, wine, and great networking opportunities. The South team is looking forward to seeing you there.

CASA Dancing with Savannah StarsThursday, Oct 2

Savannah/Chatham County Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA), Inc. will be hosting the annual fundraiser, Dancing with Savannah Stars this coming Thursday at the Lucas Theatre. Local celebrities will show off months of dance training to help raise funds to make a difference in the lives of abused and neglected children in the Chatham County area. You still have a couple of days to get your tickets to this event favorite.


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It’s Fall, Y’all

The first day of fall has passed (if you haven’t noticed the 60 degree weather). It is mid-September, and summer is long gone. Which means we can see pumpkins, boots and cuddle weather on the horizon in the Creative Coast, and we are ready to start enjoying all three.

The Coastal Jazz Association kicked off fall’s festival season with the Savannah Jazz Festival this week. The main event is still to come on Saturday evening with the induction of this year’s Hall of Fame Nominees Delbert Felix, Eric Vaughn and Dr. Randy Reese. Don’t miss tonight’s show featuring the top notch University of North Florida Jazz Ensemble.


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Distinguished Gentlemen Riding Through Savannah

Savannah has joined the international Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride, which will take place in various cities all over the globe on Sunday, September 28. Participants bring their café racers, bobbers, trackers, customs, modern classics, and scramblers to join the cause and raise funds for finding a cure for prostate cancer. These gentlemen and genteel ladies don their tweed jackets, bow ties, suspenders, cravats, and handlebar mustaches to bring a certain air to the event.

The ride will begin in Habersham Village and end at Ampersand for the after party. This celebration of the style of classic custom motorcycles gives you a chance to show off that smoking jacket you never get to wear while supporting a great cause and raising awareness.


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7th Annual Dancing with Savannah Stars

Savannah/Chatham CASA presents the 7th Annual Dancing with Savannah Stars! This finale event features eight Savannah Stars dancing to provide hope and make a difference in the lives of abused and neglected children in Chatham County. Over several weeks, our Savannah Stars fundraise to meet our local program’s needs and train in the art of ballroom dance. Come support them as they dance the night away for a cause! Awards for Top Fundraiser, Best Female Dancer, and Best Male Dancer will be presented. The event will be hosted by Sonny Dixon of WTOC. Visit dancingwithsavannahstars.org to learn more about this unique fundraiser to benefit the children of Savannah/Chatham CASA.


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The Spartan Group X Side of training

Born out of the principles and culture forged by the Spartan warriors, who made physical conditioning and the conditioning of their society their way of life, is Spartan Group X of Savannah. Spartan Coaches focus on performance based training that is never limited to the conventional or the expected. The focus is more on building a lifestyle of fitness for people that follow a simpler way, always looking for a challenge to overcome and improve. Our training is always guided by the Pillars of Spartan Coaching; Stamina, Power, Athleticism, Readiness, Tenacity, Attitude and Nutrition. Currently Spartan Group X (SGX) classes are being held in both the Pooler and Islands Area and are starting to gain momentum in the community. SGX of Savannah is currently training to prepare for the arrival of the Spartan Race 300 Workout tour set to take place on the 28th of September at 9 a.m. in Daffin Park. This will be a free Spartan lead workout to which all you need to bring is yourself and a great attitude!

For more information go to spartan.com/spartan-workout-tour or contact Savannah’s own Spartan Coach Brandon Harbaugh at Brandonracedirector@gmail.com AROO!!


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Top Choice Events For This Week: September 22-28

What a wonderful start to fall. This week, you can look forward to some excellent outdoor events to go with this lovely weather.

Savannah Jazz Festival: Sept 22-27 – Monday, September 22

The 33rd Annual Savannah Jazz Festival will be starting the week in Habersham Village and closing out in Forsyth Park.  Monday’s performance will feature the Phil Morrison Trio at Habersham Village.


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