Secret Savannah Speakeasy

  • Thursday, November 9, 2017
  • 8:00 to 10:00 pm

Location: Georgia State Railroad Museum

Tickets:

- $85 pp

Presented By:

Grab your best flapper fringe, zoot suit and Fedora for the Secret Savannah Speakeasy! Come ready to meet the taste makers of what Savannah eats and drinks with small-plate tastings and libations aplenty. Taste Savannah’s best hand-crafted cocktails and craft brews and enjoy a wide array of music and entertainment, reminiscent of Savannah’s prohibition heydays – and rub elbows with the who’s who in town for the festival!

 

Wear your best prohibition-era attire and enter to win a "2018 Savannah Food & Wine Festival Weekend Package for Two". The Secret Savannah Speakeasy is presented by Eat It and Like It, Savannah Morning News, and Do Savannah. The event takes place at our "secret" location in the historic Georgia State Railroad Museum.

 

Each of the Bartenders Challenge finalists will be showcasing their signature drink...and you get to vote for your favorite with the People's Choice award!

The Band: Laiken Love & Fellowship of Love

Confirmed Participants:

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The Savannah Food & Wine Festival

PO Box 10010

Savannah, Georgia 31412

ph: 912-232-1223; fax: 912-236-8821

NOTE:

  • All persons must be of legal drinking age or older
  • No dogs or pets are allowed at any event venues
  • All advance discount tickets are released in limited quantities and can sell out at any time without notice
  • all tickets sales are final & non-refundable
  • all events are rain or shine & event programs are subject to change without notice

©2013 - 2017 Savannah Food & Wine Festival

The Savannah Food & Wine Festival is presented by the Tourism Leadership Council, a 501-(c) 6 organization, with proceeds benefiting the TLC Scholarship Fund, with educational opportunities for hospitality program students in colleges and universities in the Coastal Empire and many local charitable organizations.

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November 6-12, 2017

The Savannah Food & Wine Festival is presented by the Tourism Leadership Council, a 501-(c) 6 organization, with proceeds benefiting the TLC Scholarship Fund, with educational opportunities for hospitality program students in colleges and universities in the Coastal Empire and many local charitable organizations.