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Y’all ready for some lip-smacking, finger-licking good barbecue? May is National Barbecue Month, and that makes it a delightfully delicious time to chow down at some of Savannah’s favorite joints. But really…anytime is a great time for Savannah barbecue. 

 

Locals swear by Trick’s Barbecue on...

As the unofficial start of the summer season, Memorial Day weekend is traditionally a time to enjoy beaches and burgers. We've got plenty of beaches, as well as burger joints on Tybee Island. 

 

But the holiday is really about commemorating our fallen heroes who...

With moderate weather, a laid-back lifestyle, flat terrain, and the Historic District’s squares to slow traffic, Savannah makes a wonderful place to explore on two wheels.

 

Besides, May is National Bike Month, set aside by the League of American Bicyclists to celebrate bicycling’s benefits...

Trade the snow for sand with a wonderful winter vacation to Tybee Island beaches. The beaches make a great escape from ice and cold, with mild temperatures and low humidity year ‘round.

 

Life on the Island also slows down in the winter months, giving...

Kick off the New Year resolution to boost your health and well-being in 2021. If you feel like 2020 really did a number on you physically and mentally, it’s a great time to reset. Of course, a Savannah getaway is a wonderful way to relax,...

Who else is ready to wash off 2020 and splash into 2021? We are with you! What better way to ring in the New Year than with a getaway to Savannah and the Georgia coast?

 

COVID-19 restrictions have caused some cancellations of big celebrations,...

With Christmas looking a little different this year, here are some festive cocktails sure to get you in the holiday spirit, or should we say spirits?

 

Most folks think of eggnog when considering traditional holiday drinks. Eggnog is among the richest of these grand...

Ready to get your line in the water? Don’t let the cooler temperatures dissuade you. Anglers reel in sea trout, redfish, and sheepshead during winter excursions off the Georgia coast and in its back bays and rivers. 

 

Even those “cooler” daily averages range in...

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