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Mary Carr Mayle

The Coastal Empire may have fared better than many communities in its brush with Hurricane Irma, but there is still plenty of pain to go around — from flooded homes and tree damage to the economic impacts of shuttering a business for days.

Katie Nussbaum

While Hurricane Irma’s damage in downtown wasn’t as severe as what Hurricane Matthew brought last October, it’s likely to have about the same economic impact on the city’s hospitality and small business industry, but hospitality officials are still working to calculate the loss.

Bill Dawers / City Talk

Summer doesn’t officially begin for a few weeks, but Savannah’s summer break has begun. A decade or so ago, the ending of the Savannah College of Art and Design’s spring quarter was like the flipping of a light switch for the downtown area. Everything would be busy one week, and then the city would be much quieter the next.

Michael Owens

A dear friend of mine in the medical field always knew he wanted to practice medicine. His first job was in hospitality. Then, all through college and medical school, he worked in restaurants.

Food & Dining

Summer Savannah Restaurant Week is FINALLY HERE. This 10-day celebration of foodie delight pays homage to the culinary heritage that makes our city unique — and is held in tribute to the restaurants that are becoming such a vital part of Savannah’s tradition of hospitality!
 
From July 28 until August 6, 2017, each participating upscale restaurant will offer a spectacular 3-course, prix fixe dinner menu for only $30 per person (not including tax and gratuity).