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‘Food Lover’s Guide to SA’ Sale, Signing at Godai Friday

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It’s only right to hold a (food) book signing among the delectable scents, smack in the center of the noise and bustle of a popular restaurant.

So, thanks to our friend and sushi guru, William “Goro” Pitchford, this signing of our new “Food Lover’s Guide to San Anotnio” will happen this Friday, from roughly 6-9 p.m. at Godai Sushi Bar and Japanese Restaurant, 11203 West Ave.

This 400-page book covers San Antonio, area by area, listing our favorite restaurants and markets, places to learn to cook, local events and festivals foodies love, as well as recipes from top local chefs and more.

Authors John Griffin and Bonnie Walker look forward to hustling copies of our books, of course, but also to see friends, followers of the SavorSA website and Twitter, and anyone else who just wants to show up and say ‘hello’. And, perhaps sit down and order dinner at one of the city’s most popular sushi bars.

If you were given or purchased a book that hasn’t been signed, bring it by and we’ll be happy to sign it for you.

The next book signing will be at the Quarry Farmers & Ranchers Market in the Whole Foods parking area at the Quarry, on Nov. 4.

This is the market’s 2nd Annual Holiday Unwrapping, featuring both edible and non-edible gift ideas, holiday menu inspirations and traditions. Nearly 30 market members will showcase, sample, sell and accept orders for the holidays. Among the special seasonal items: All-natural skin care products, cranberry salsa, pâté de Campagne, pumpkin spice French macarons, smoked King salmon, vegan and gluten-free pies, gift boxes of grass-fed beef steaks, local pecans, orchids and specialty plants and a full turkey dinner with all the trimmings and sides.

We’ll soon post an update for the Quarry market signing, as well as a full list of the sellers and treats available during the Holiday Unwrapping.

Other signings: Look for “Food Lover’s Guide to San Antonio” in other locations coming up next month and early December. We humbly believe “Food Lovers” makes the perfect (and very affordable!) gift for San Antonio foodies.


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