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Tacos & Coffee: All the Rage and #TrendingSavannah at Foxy Loxy Cafe

Tacos and coffee? What the what? They’re what’s cooking at Foxy Loxy Cafe, a funky cool little coffee joint on Bull Street[...]
Tacos and coffee? What the what? They’re what’s cooking at Foxy Loxy Cafe, a funky cool little coffee joint on Bull Street[...]

Cupcakes Made the Old Fashioned Way: #TrendingSavannah at its Sweetest

I love sweets. I especially love a visit to a good bakery, where cookies, cakes and pies entice with sugar and frosting[...]
I love sweets. I especially love a visit to a good bakery, where cookies, cakes and pies entice with sugar and frosting[...]

Dare to Try the “El DIablo” Burger? From Savannah’s Green Truck Pub (Video and Recipe)

Go “Back of the House” at Savannah’s Green Truck Neighborhood Pub and follow owner and Burger Engineer Josh Yates as he makes[...]
Go “Back of the House” at Savannah’s Green Truck Neighborhood Pub and follow owner and Burger Engineer Josh Yates as he makes[...]
It is free to tour Savannah's historic Cathedral of St. John the Baptist

An Icon in Photos: Savannah’s Cathedral of St. John the Baptist

Perhaps one of Savannah’s most photographed landmarks is the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist. On any given day, you can cruise[...]
Perhaps one of Savannah’s most photographed landmarks is the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist. On any given day, you can cruise[...]

Throwback Thursday: East Duffy Street

The view of 201 East Duffy Street houses a row of beautiful homes, located in the Victorian District of Savannah, a diverse[...]
The view of 201 East Duffy Street houses a row of beautiful homes, located in the Victorian District of Savannah, a diverse[...]

Capturing Savannah- Best Locations for Photography

  Savannah’s Historic District is filled with beautiful and picturesque scenes, but if you had to choose a few spots to spend[...]
  Savannah’s Historic District is filled with beautiful and picturesque scenes, but if you had to choose a few spots to spend[...]
he main structure was made of red bricks, which was plastered over with white plaster. Perhaps the quality of bricks or the plaster job itself wasn't very good, because the red bricks would bleed through the plaster, making the mansion pink!

Throwback Thursday: The Olde Pink House

James Habersham Jr. began the construction of his mansion in 1771, but didn’t finish it until 1789. While it is common even[...]
James Habersham Jr. began the construction of his mansion in 1771, but didn’t finish it until 1789. While it is common even[...]
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