Wednesday, January 22, 2020 / by Ashleigh Townsend
While many types of romantic date come and go, one is always in fashion: dinner.
Atmospheric lighting, soft music and candlelight combine to make eating together one of the most romantic and enjoyable things that a couple can do together.But where should you go in the Savannah area? Here is a pick of six restaurants guaranteed to be a Valentine’s Day smash for you and your beloved.
Elizabeth On 37th
A cursory glance at reviews of Elizabeth On 37th throws up a cascade of superlatives - “outstanding”, “the gold standard in Savannah” and “perfect” pop out.
And it is hard to disagree with that praise for a restaurant Zagat gave 4.5/5. Opened in 1981 by Chef Elizabeth Terry and her husband Michael, the kitchen in Elizabeth is now run by executive chef Kelly Yambor, who makes use of local produce, fresh seafood and the restaurant’s own home-grown herbs and edible flowers.
What sets this restaurant apart for romance, however, is the settin ...
Monday, January 13, 2020 / by Ashleigh Townsend
When buying your first home, it is only natural to be excited about purchasing your first home. As exhilarating as the thought of buying your first home is, this is a major financial investment and the pathway is often fraught with costly mistakes that result in home buyers paying far more than they should for their homes. The ideal buy depends on a number of contributing factors, among which are: the ideal location, the right price, securing the best home loan interest rate and working with an expert real estate agent. Avoid these 6 common many home buyers make during the home buying process.
Not using a real estate agent
The role of a real estate agent is to simplify the process of finding a home that is well-known for being a complex and an overwhelming process for the unwary. Without proper and informed guidance, first-time homebuyers face an intimidating process from negotiating price agreement with sellers to deciding which mortgage interest rate would be best to spot potenti ...
Wednesday, December 18, 2019 / by Ashleigh Townsend
5 Ways To Welcome In The New Decade In Savannah
New Year's Eve is almost upon us and if you are in or around Savannah for the evening your most difficult decision will be deciding how you'd like to spend it. Savannah has so much to offer in regards to entertainment, but to help you welcome in the New Year in style, we've come up with five suggestions guaranteed to make it an evening to remember.
Visit City Market New Years Eve Block Party
City Market, also known as 'the art and soul of Savannah', becomes party central every New Year's Eve. Crowds gather to enjoy live music played throughout the evening on one of the outdoor stages. The bands are both local and better-known musicians playing a wide selection of music genres. All the restaurants are open for those of you looking to tingle your taste buds too but do remember to make a reservation beforehand as they tend to get very busy and booked up.
Head To River Street
Spending New Year's Eve in historic River Street promi ...
Wednesday, December 18, 2019 / by Ashleigh Townsend
Handy Hints to Help Sell Your Home During the Holidays
It is cool outside, and festivities are in full force. While selling your home in the middle of winter is laden with pros and cons, the following list features ten handy hints to help you sell your home during the holidays.
Decorate your home tastefully.
Sometimes, less is more. While houses that are decked out to the brim with decorations may feel festive, they can also sometimes feel tacky. Minimize the decorations to appeal to a wider audience. This applies to both the exterior and interior of your home.
Create a welcoming environment.
When potential buyers are coming in from the cold, a welcoming environment is bound to be received with open arms. Be generous with the heating and keep some candles lit to create a cosy feeling throughout your home. If you have the time, maybe have a pie cooking in the oven to give off a pleasant aroma around your home and remind potential buyers why your property appeals all year rou ...
Friday, December 6, 2019 / by Ashleigh Townsend
Savannah & Pooler Georgia are beautiful places to be at Christmas. It is magical for young and old alike. There are activities and venues for everyone to explore, but it is especially entertaining for families. People with children will find many activities to share with their children and help them discover the magic of the holidays.
Whether indoors or outdoors, children and their parents can discover the holiday spirit! Here are some happenings in Savannah and Pooler Georgia that you will not want to miss out on:
Pooler Christmas Fest: The Trisha Cook Team
This a free event and everyone is welcome to attend. Amenities include free photos with Santa, a bounce house and face painting, Chazitos Food Truck, local vendor booths, giveaways and more. Visitors are asked to bring dog food or monetary donations to support the SD Gunner Fund. The event will be held this Sunday December 8th from 1-4pm at 920 Morgans Corner Road in Pooler!
Savannah Children's Theater: A ...