Weddings are so much fun and offer a zillion reasons for pre-nuptial parties. Do you like to dress up in pearls and heels? If so, then this menu has been tailored just for you.
Comforting Fireside Supper
Cool weather makes me crave some of my most favorite comfort foods. At the top of the list are pasta and dark chocolate. Imagine a chilly March evening in front of a roaring fire with a glass of Cabernet and a plate loaded with creamy Salmon Romanoff.
Behind the Pine at the Spaghetti Club
Life Behind Bars
The first thing you notice as you walk into the Spaghetti Club is the gorgeous pine bar and the rustic mass that frames it. This time-worn collection of brick, board and plank looks as if it might have once served in some ancient and storied Lowcountry watering hole – a speakeasy, perhaps – rescued from the wrecking ball to be pieced back together on this genteel corner of Habersham.
The Spaghetti Club
The Moveable Feast
The Moveable Feast gang finds that membership has its privileges...
Story & photos by Mark Shaffer
Let's cut to the chase. Right now you're wondering, "So how's the spaghetti at the Spaghetti Club?" It's the obvious question. The short answer is assolutamente fantastico, un lavoro d'amore. And as my colleagues noted many, many times during this meal, both the meatballs and the Alfredo Sauce are "to die for." To. Die. For. But we'll get to that.
The End of the Three Martini Lunch
Back in my Boston days, I was fortunate enough to have had a terrific job in sales with lots of interesting customers and very few grumpy purchasing managers to deal with. Business was very good and held up quite nicely for a good number of years. But – and there is always a BUT – there was a task that was part of the job description that took some discipline.
Griffin Market's Riccardo and Laura Bonino take wining and dining to a whole new level.
By Terry Connor
It was a bitter cold, rainy day in Beaufort when I met with Riccardo and Laura Bonino, the owners of Griffin Market. I had been looking forward to this meeting, and a little bad weather wasn't going to ruin my mood. Dodging the raindrops from the restaurant parking lot, I went inside and was introduced to a very warm couple – surrounded by an equally warm and inviting dining room – and I soon forgot the lousy weather outside.