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Plan a New Year’s Eve in Savannah

Plus, how to donate to Feed the Need

Quentin Bacon Courtesy of The Grey
Erin Perkins is the editor of Eater Carolinas.

CITY-WIDE — Nonprofit Feed the Need, founded by Charleston Grill general manager Mickey Bakst, needs your help. Along with Tricounty Family Ministries and Charleston Place hotel, the organizations want to provide meals, coats, and toys during the annual Client Christmas Brunch on Monday, December 21. For those who wish to participate, donate here or drop off a coat or toy at one of these locations coordinated by Charleston City Paper. [CP]

UPPER KING — Lavishly decorated 492 will continue its brunch service celebrating Jewish food culture. Chef Josh Keeler and team will offer a menu of bagels plus schmear, smoked sturgeon omelets, matzo ball soup, shakshuka, potato latkes, pastrami on rye, liver pate, and more (see full menu below). Brunch runs on Sundays, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. [EaterWire]

SAVANNAH — Chef Mashama Bailey and the staff at The Grey in Savannah will ring in the new year with a prixe fixe menu featuring four festive dishes, including a coddled egg with tomme broth, and Georgia caviar, late summer tomato pasta with roe, a seven-vegetable salad, and braised bison short ribs or seared halibut with mashed potatoes and black truffles. Tickets are $125 per guest and can be reserved by calling (912) 662-5999. [EaterWire]


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Charleston Grill

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