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Savannah Morning News
Ask anyone why they love Savannah and one of the likely answers will be the food.
Every corner is bustling with dining and drinking spots that satisfy a variety of tastes. Lucky for locals and tourists alike, there’s never a shortage of spots to visit, especially when new businesses are rolling in every month.
Here is a roundup of incoming restaurants to keep an eye out for and updates on your local favorites.
Previous Roundup: Troupial reopens its doors, Rita’s Italian Ice coming to Pooler and other dining updates
356 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd; origincoffee.bar
From a mobile coffee bar that started early 2020 to an incoming storefront two years later, Owners Matt and Elise Higgins are bringing a new addition to the coffee scene with Origin Coffee Bar. The flagship location will feature an upscale coffee bar, roastery and kitchen that will serve up new food items like avocado toast and eggs benedict on homemade sourdough bread.
The husband-and-wife duo announced a Kickstarter campaign on Tuesday that will go toward the construction of Origin.
Expected Opening: July 2022
535 E. 39th St.; hopatomica.com
Looking for a taste of seafood but also craving pizza? Hop Atomica has a new menu item that will satisfy that craving: A soft-shell blue crab pizza with spinach pumpkin seed peso, cherry tomatoes and house-smoked mozzarella.
2011 Bull St.; bigbonfamily.com
Grabbing a bagel to start your day feels like a quintessential morning. Big Bon Bodega has added two new bagel sandwiches on their menu, the Gabafool and The Good Boy, to get you going.
201 Port St.; barjulian.com
Continuing its Knead to Know series, Bar Julian’s newest pizza for the month of April is a Korean barbeque pizza by Atlanta’s Heirloom Market BBQ. Chef Jiyeon Lee and chef Cody Taylor have combined Korean barbeque short ribs, charred green onions, kimchi tomato sauce, perilla leaves and Bar Julian banchan to enhance your rooftop experience.
$2 from every pizza sold will go to the World Kitchen to help Ukrainian refugees.
18 E. River St.; thewarehousebarandgrille.com
River Street’s oldest bar has moved its 30th-anniversary celebration to Thursday, April 7. Those looking to celebrate can expect live music, drink specials and giveaways all day long.
A Cheers and Beers to 30 Years celebration with live music featuring local favorites Jason Bible, Hitman and Eric Culberson is planned for Thursday, April 7th with music beginning at 4 pm and continuing throughout the night. Beer specials and a commemorative menu item, “The Dirty Thirty”, will be available to pay tribute to the milestone year.
Laura Nwogu is the quality of life reporter for Savannah Morning News. Contact her at LNwogu@gannett.com. Twitter: @lauranwogu_
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