Hollynn Huitt

writer, eater, reader.

Driftaway Cafe: South Magazine

Kirk Blaine has an advantage over most chefs. Every evening, he walks through Driftaway Cafe’s dining room and knows what customers will order even before they open a menu. “Our … Continue reading

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T-Rex Mex: South Magazine

If you aren’t looking for T-Rex Mex Restaurant, you just might miss it as the restaurant is tucked deep beneath the pavement of Broughton Street, off the well-worn tourist track. … Continue reading

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Masterpiece Meals: South Magazine

Two artists at the Telfair Museum’s Jepson Center work under a particularly challenging set of circumstances: Their paintbrushes are sharp and made of metal, their paints are perishable and from … Continue reading

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The Golden Goose: South Magazine

Express Cafe and Bakery has been a Savannah staple for decades, but longtime regulars turned owners, Beth and Michael Meeks, are shaking things up a bit. The couple recently changed … Continue reading

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Can’t Stand the Heat: South Magazine

Leave it to Roberto Leoci, the sizzlin’ Sicilian who specializes in homemade pastas, fresh fish and all other ingredients necessary to bring a traditional trattoria to Savannah. Walk into Leoci’s … Continue reading

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Guide to Theaters: South Magazine

Sure, you could watch a movie on your smart phone, or in front of your HD-television, but we’re telling you—there’s something about going to the theater, and we’re not talking … Continue reading

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Homemade frozen lemonade: Village Voice

You know what’s really satisfying when it’s hot out and you don’t want to hate yourself? Smoothies. You know what’s unbelievably, remarkably stupid-expensive? Smoothies. Read more of this post on … Continue reading

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