Elizabeth on 37th – Best Restaurants in Savannah

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For an elegant, Southern-inspired menu served in a 1900s mansion brimming with rich antiques, Old World trappings and marble fireplaces, be sure to visit Elizabeth on 37th, one of Savannah’s noted…  Read More

For an elegant, Southern-inspired menu served in a 1900s mansion brimming with rich antiques, Old World trappings and marble fireplaces, be sure to visit Elizabeth on 37th, one of Savannah’s noted fine dining establishments. Open since 1981 the eatery features fresh local produce and seafood as well as an assortment of Southern basics along with an impressive wine list. Sapelo Island clams are a favorite appetizer and the Coastal Grouper Celeste is a longtime best-seller, with sesame-almond-crusted fish, peanut sauce and roasted potatoes. Decadent desserts include a dense chocolate pecan torte with chocolate whipped cream; Savannah cream cake – angel food with sherry laced custard,topped with a berry and custard sauce; pecan almond torte topped

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52 Weeks of Food Trucks launches yearlong series searching for San Antonio’s best restaurants on wheels

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When asked what 2021’s “52 Weeks” series would be, coming after successive years of barbecue, burgers and pizza, the answer was easy: All three and everything else, from salads to seafood and soul food. Because 2021 is the year of 52 Weeks of Food Trucks.

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The Best Restaurant Meals Montreal Food Writers, Photographers, and Fans Ate in 2020

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As is tradition at Eater, we close the year by asking a group of food writers, bloggers, and others about town to weigh in on the year in food. Their answers — unedited (except for grammar) and in no particular order — will be revealed in several posts by the time the clock runs out on 2020. Here, they share memories of their best meal of the year.



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Joanna Fox, food writer, and associate editor at ELLE Canada: For the brief moment restaurants were open this year, I went to Joe Beef one beautiful September night to celebrate my ten-year anniversary with my partner. We sat in the idyllic garden, surrounded by twinkling fairy lights. Chef Gabriel Drapeau’s food was exquisite, wine director Max Campbell’s recommendations were spot on, and the service was flawless. It was enough to forget about the pandemic — if just for

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Natalia Manzocco’s top 10 Toronto restaurants of 2017

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1. Cafe Cancan 

Even taking Victor Barry’s food out of the equation, Cancan would still be my pick for one of the most magical additions to the food scene this year. (I dare you to find a person immune to the charms of Tiffany Pratt’s frothy macaron-hued dream of an interior.) But fortunately, Barry’s follow-up to Piano Piano doesn’t just coast on its Gallic good looks. From eggs and eclairs in the am to foie gras and oysters long after sundown, Cancan capably delivers the French classics with style. (Even a down-home dish like the rabbit dijonnais is laden with texture and visual appeal in the form of crisp-melty lardons and coins of ultra-meaty boudin noire.) Here, preparation and presentation are dance partners, perfectly matched.

Read our full profile of Cafe Cancan.

89 Harbord, 647-341-3100, cafecancan.com.

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2. Kiin

Having already nailed standard-setting mom-and-pop Thai (with Sukhothai) and

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