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Win tickets to the movie The Last Magnificent (Documentary)

The post on Facebook made it all too real –Manditory Evacuation. That un-planned moment when you begin to realize everything all at once. The mental process of evacuation for a hurricane flows through your brain like your own personal hurricane.

In the scheme of things pancakes are considered to …

Savannah can give you a carefree feeling and an opportunity to enjoy a great vacation.

  Savannah has many great places for good food …

NATIONAL PIZZA DAY National Pizza Day is observed annually …

Then the day came when he dressed up in a suit and interviewed at a slightly more intimidating place- the front desk at 17Hundred90. Little did he know 2 years later he would end up owning it. After all the years of working in restaurants he said he never wanted to do it again. Look at him now.

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The Barnard Street location was one of the choices. At the time it was only a basement with nice brick walls and exposed beams but what remained in this basement was in need of complete renovation. One serious drawback was no outside entrance to the space. Even with “if you cook it they will come” they do have to have a way to actually get in. So after the owners built an exterior stairwell there is now order to the chaos, a diverse location off the beaten path and the birth of Alligator Soul in 2003.

I caught up with him one morning in late July to discuss Keith and Boomys further. Keith T. Berger is no stranger to this corner of Congress Street. He is a man who stays involved now as well as throughout the years in the restaurant and bar business. I asked him how he decided to get into this business. Keith was sitting a the end of the bar. This concept presents a challenge for Keith. “The biggest challenge is to get people to understand that Boomys is breaking the norm by offering higher end food”.