Monday, October 26, 2009

Visit a Savannah Inn and Eat your Savannah Sweet Treats

Trick or Treat?
We think Treat!
While staying at Forsyth Park Inn, we recommend taking a stroll down to River Street Sweets for all your Halloween treats. Forsyth Park Inn's own concierge, Andrea, took her mom down to the sweetest spot in town and found that the Halloween and Fall spirit surrounds the candy shop, as pumpkins and gourds fill the entrance, and Autumn leaves are sprinkled around the ground. When you visit you'll find the finest and freshest handmade Southern gourmet candies around, and be sure to try some of Savannah's favorites like the homemade Savannah Pralines and delectable Southern Glazed Pecans. Their delicious Fudge was voted a Top Food Find by Southern Living! We don't want you to miss these special southern treats, so come on down to Savannah for all your Halloween fun, and taste all the sugary, comforting, sweet treats at Savannah's very own River Street Sweets.

Monday, October 19, 2009

October Weather at a Beautiful Savannah Getaway

On this crispy and chilled October evening we are serving tomato, mozzarella, and parsley crostinis, along side warmed, rich artichoke and spinach cheese dip for our Wine and Hors d'oeuvres hour. The candles are all flickering low, the music is dancing throughout the parlor, and we all wish you were here to enjoy it too. Come to Savannah, stay at Forsyth Park Inn, and take in this beautiful cool October weather while it lasts.

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Spooky Halloween Event in Savannah, Georgia

Southern Discomfort
Savannah’s Halloween Festival presents

“Things that Go Bump in the Night.”

Celebrate Halloween in a charming, historic city. Let Forsyth Park Inn host your fun getaway. Four days of spine-tingling, spooky, and thrilling fun in a haunted historic Savannah setting will amaze you. Take in the remarkable sights as well as the ghostly sounds of historic Savannah. Soak up the legendary hospitality at Forsyth Park Inn, learn about the haunting tales of Savannah, and beware of all things that go bump in the night. We would love to have you, and Sadie Mae would especially enjoy your company on this haunting holiday. Event lasts October 28th through October 31st.

Don't Miss the Greek Festival in Historic Savannah!

Listen to Greek music, watch Greek dancers, and eat amazing Greek food at Savannah's Annual Greek Festival on October 15th - October 17th. This festival really is one of a kind, and it's walking distance from Forsyth Park Inn. Enjoy Greek wine and beer, and specialty Greek cheeses, olives, olive oil, and even Greek coffee. On top of everything else, there will even be a raffle that offers you a chance to win one of three great prizes. Tickets are cheap, so don't let the fun start with out you. Come stay at our inn and have a great Greek time in Historic Savannah.

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Come see a Savannah Festival in Forsyth Park

Shalom Y'all Jewish Food Festival

October 25th guests are welcome to enjoy the 21st Annual Jewish Food Festival located right in Forsyth Park. You can see the festivities and smell the food from Forsyth Park Inn's verandah. It's a free and fun-filled event. Of course the ethnic Jewish cuisine will be the best part! Come stay, have some great fun in the park, and enjoy delicious food.

Sunday, October 11, 2009

Need a Savannah Getaway???

Sounds of an acoustic guitar are playing in the background of the lobby here at Forsyth Park Inn, the iced sweet tea is so refreshing, and the beautiful sunshine is filling the parlor. It's a perfect Sunday, and the whole staff would love to have you come and stay. Especially Sadie Mae, she loves her guests.

Thursday, October 8, 2009

Perfect Weather during Savannah Travels

The windows are all up here at Forsyth Park Inn. The Autumn breeze is flowing through the inn today, and Sadie Mae is loving it. Come and enjoy the weather with her here at the Forsyth Park Inn!

Sunday, October 4, 2009

Robert Redford in Savannah to film "The Conspirator"

Savannah is abuzz with news of Robert Redford filming his new movie “The Conspirator” and his selection of the Hostess City as his location. This won’t be the first time Savannah’s been featured in a Redford film. “The Legend of Bagger Vance” starring Will Smith, Matt Damon and Charlize Theron, was filmed here in the late 1990s.

With all of downtown on the lookout for Mr. Redford, night concierge Jerry Eastridge was lucky enough to catch a glimpse of the famed actor leaving the Sorrell-Weed house. Jerry’s friend there told him that a scene is being filmed in the pumpkin-colored house’s spooky basement. Another one of Jerry’s sources spilled the beans that Mr. Redford will make downtown Savannah his home for the next three months and is staying under an assumed name. Redford has also been seen with Savannah’s own Stratton Leopold.

Other movies filmed in Savannah:

Stratton Leopold’s list of movies:

Here’s a link to a recent USA Today article about the movie:

“The Conspirator” on IMDB: