Learn about our areas of experties involving state crimes, and better understand your rights.
Learn about our areas of experties involving state crimes, and better understand your rights.
If you are accused of a crime, the only thing standing between your freedom and a verdict of "guilty" is an experienced criminal defense attorney in Wilmington Island, GA.
Those who have been arrested before know that life in the legal system is no laughing matter. Aside from the imminent ramifications of fines and jail time, any goals you have of bettering yourself and advancing your life could be compromised. Without a trusted attorney by your side, you could face a lifetime of embarrassment and poor employment prospects due to a tarnished criminal record.
The good news? Dennis O'Brien and his team of experienced lawyers in Wilmington Island are ready to clear your name. By retaining the help of a criminal defense attorney early in the legal process, you have a much better chance of securing your freedom and living a life as a productive member of society.
At O'Brien Law Firm PC, our practice was founded to fight for the rights of individuals accused of or charged with a crime. Our team of legal experts is well-equipped to take even the most difficult, contentious cases. From violent felonies to DUI, there is nothing we haven't seen and handled. As a former law enforcement officer, founding attorney Dennis O'Brien knows exactly how much a person can lose if convicted. That's why we work tirelessly to secure a verdict that is favorable for our clients.
Regardless of how serious or minor your case may be, know that we will fight fearlessly on your behalf. You deserve zealous representation - when you hire O'Brien Law Firm PC, you will receive nothing less.
Many of our clients are surprised to discover that founding lawyer Dennis O'Brien was a police officer prior to his criminal defense career. As a former Field Training Officer for the Memphis Police Department, he has over two decades of knowledge and experience in the criminal justice system. Dennis truly understands the nuance and complexities involved in a criminal defense case. This rare experience gives Dennis a clear edge in any criminal defense case and gives clients priceless peace of mind when they need it the most. Unlike some criminal defense attorneys in Wilmington Island, Dennis O'Brien and his team believe that every client deserves effective, empathetic legal assistance. While some Wilmington Island criminal defense firms will take weekends off or pass along cases to paralegals, Dennis personally reviews each of his cases. There is no case too small or big for O'Brien Law Firm PC. When you hire our firm, you can rest easy knowing that we will be by your side when the going gets tough.
When you are charged with a drug crime in Wilmington Island, it can change your life forever. Georgia imposes very strict punishments for drug offenses. The truth is, it's hard to get your life back on track with a drug charge on your record. Your freedom and way of life could be in the hands of your criminal defense attorney. As such, you need a competent lawyer with years of experience handling drug cases. Leaving your fate in the hands of an incompetent attorney could have long-lasting effects on your family and may result in a conviction.
While the consequences for a drug crime in Georgia are serious, there's reason to be hopeful: O'Brien Law Firm PC is here to fight for you. Remember - being charged with a drug crime is NOT the same thing as being convicted.
Our stellar team has represented many clients facing numerous drug-related charges. While each situation varies, one constant remains the same for clients facing drug charges: a fear of what lies ahead. At O'Brien Law Firm PC our job is to help you overcome the fear of the unknown. We do so by ensuring you understand your charges, the possible outcomes associated with those charges, and the options you need to consider from a criminal defense standpoint.
No matter what charge you are facing, our team has the experience and resources to build a comprehensive defense strategy for your drug case in Wilmington Island, GA. Without a criminal defense attorney acting as your advocate, you could be facing very harsh penalties. Here are a few punishments you could be facing for drug crimes in Wilmington Island:
Having less than a gram (or one milliliter for liquids) of this type of drug results in a prison term of one to three years. Having four grams or milliliter carries a term of one to eight years.
Any substance on this list is punishable by a prison sentence of one to three years.
If you have less than two grams or milliliters of this substance, punishments can be between one year and three years. Having up to four grams or milliliters results in a prison sentence of one to eight years.
Those who are in possession of less than an ounce of marijuana are subject to a jail sentence of up to 12 months. Fines may be no more than $1,000. Possession of more than an ounce of marijuana can result in a prison term of one to 10 years.
To avoid these life-changing punishments, you must take action now. Contact O'Brien Law Firm today for a consultation about your case.Contact Me!
Violent crime offenses in Wilmington Island typically involve some form of bodily harm to another individual, actions committed against an individual's will, or threatening someone with bodily harm. Aggravated violent offenses are more severe charges and often occur when a violent crime is made more serious due to circumstances like deadly weapons.
Much like serious drug cases, violent crimes create an added layer of negativity that follows the accused for the rest of their life. In these cases, even an accusation is enough to cause irreparable damage to a person's reputation. Those convicted of a violent crime face severe penalties that can include years in a correctional facility.
When you are accused of any of the above crimes, your freedom hangs in the balance. The outcome of your case will determine whether you leave the courtroom with your freedom intact or stripped away to serve time behind bars. Because the punishments for violent crimes are so extreme, you should be seeking legal counsel from a criminal defense attorney in Wilmington Island, GA, as soon as possible. As a former police officer with a long record of positive verdicts in violent crime cases, Dennis O'Brien is well equipped to represent you in court.
|Having a criminal defense lawyer by your side is the best way to avoid the serious punishments associated with violent crimes. These punishments usually result in prison time if convicted and include:|
|Forced rape:||20 years|
|Armed robbery:||Up to 20 years|
|Simple assault:||Up to 12 months|
|Aggravated assault:||10 to 20 years|
|Aggravated battery:||Up to 20 years|
|Involuntary manslaughter:||One to 20 years|
|Vehicular homicide||Up to 15 years|
|Murder:||Life in prison or the death sentence|
As a former police officer, Dennis O'Brien has seen the toll it takes on a person when charged with a crime. His time in law enforcement allows him to empathize with his clients who desperately need competent representation. Despite being innocent until proven guilty, accusations are scary, and conviction could be a reality. That is why you must work with a trustworthy criminal defense lawyer in Wilmington Island, GA who will work tirelessly to clear your name.
Clients choose O'Brien Law Firm because we believe in open communication, honesty, and hard work. It is not our job to act as judges for those who have been accused of crimes. Rather, our goal is to find the best defense that allows us to protect our clients' rights and freedoms.
Driving under the influence (DUI) is one of the most common crimes committed in Georgia. Punishments for such a crime can be severe, and for understandable reasons - when a person operates a vehicle while they are intoxicated, they're putting their life and the lives of others at risk.
While DUI is a serious crime that completely upend the accused's life, the earnest desire to end drunk driving can make police officers too eager to catch a person who they believe is under the influence.
The city of Wilmington Island, Georgia, has implemented severe punishments for DUI, even for first-time offenders. Individuals charged with DUI in Wilmington Island could face:
Fortunately, if you or someone you love has been charged with DUI, there is hope. This is particularly true when the accused is administered a breath or blood test for DUI. In fact, cases that involve a breath and/or blood test are beaten daily. When you hire O'Brien Law Firm PC, we will dive deep into your DUI case in Wilmington Island and examine every angle possible for your case to be dismissed. Here are just a few questions our team will investigate:
There are numerous ways to beat a DUI case in Georgia, from unreliable field sobriety tests to inaccurate state-administered breath tests. As a veteran criminal defense lawyer in Wilmington Island, GA, Dennis O'Brien has the knowledge and experience to expose the state's mistakes and fight for your rights. When you hire O'Brien Law Firm PC your chances of dismissal are greatly increased. When your case is dismissed, you can continue living life without the burden of a criminal record.
For Do SavannahThere's an old saying: "A bad day of fishing is still better than a good day at the office."If you’re looking to get outdoors and toss a line, Savannah and the surrounding region offers no shortage of great places to play hooky.Whether you enjoy chasing your catch by boat or want to pull out a chair on a pier and take in the view, there are plenty of fun and scenic places throughout the Lowcountry to satisfy any fishing bug.Just about any time of year, grouper and snap...
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There's an old saying: "A bad day of fishing is still better than a good day at the office."
If you’re looking to get outdoors and toss a line, Savannah and the surrounding region offers no shortage of great places to play hooky.
Whether you enjoy chasing your catch by boat or want to pull out a chair on a pier and take in the view, there are plenty of fun and scenic places throughout the Lowcountry to satisfy any fishing bug.
Just about any time of year, grouper and snapper are up for grabs in the coastal waters. While other fish such as sea bass, sheepshead, cobia, mahi mahi, mackerel, shark, flounder, redfish, and sea trout can be caught at seasonally as they move through the region.
From river and beach piers, to charter boats that hug the coast or travel out deep, here are some popular places and guides to catch a few fresh fish.
Just remember, that you'll need a Georgia fishing license to get started, which you can purchase online.
Cross the Moon River in style and set up shop at the Frank O. Downing Pier, which features excellent fishing, marsh views, and free parking on either side of the bridge.
The pier is located off the Diamond Causeway, which leads to Skidaway Island, and features a scenic panorama of the wide marshland, with epic sunsets and plenty of fish to keep you busy. For more information, visit the Chatham County parks and recreations page.
Located on Wilmington Island, Bull River Marina offers fishing, boat tours, and boat charters. They even tout the frequent dolphin sightings that guests experience on their boat rides.
And if you're just in it for a good time, you can book a Dafuskie Island Tour to take a look across the "wide water" to see the rich history of South Carolina's historic island up close. Visit bullrivermarina.com or call (912) 897-7300.
This full-service charter experience is guided by Captain Josiah Riffle, a USCG Certified Charter Captain with years of experience fishing local waters for redfish, trout, flounder, tripletail, sheepshead, sharks, and more.
Located minutes from downtown Savannah on Wilmington Island, Southern Saltwater Charters takes tourists and locals alike out for a fun day on the water and backwater tours. Visit southernsaltwatercharters.com or call (912) 661-4189.
Tybee Island is known for excellent year-round fishing conditions with its fair share of fishing piers, wade fishing spots, and deep-water charters. Reel Em’ N Deep Sea Fishing Charters is a deep-water charter service helmed by Captain Derek Brown who has fished the region for nearly two decades.
Each of Reel Em' N's vessels can accommodate up to 20 guests, for fishing or fun. Visit reelemn.com or call (912) 897-4990.
For those who want to stay on land while they cast into the water, the Tybee Beach Pier and Pavilion is a popular spot for local and out of town fishers.
Built in 1891, the pier is located just off U.S. 80 at the end of Tybrisa Street, and is open 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily with free admission. The pavilion also features a snack bar, picnic tables, and public restrooms.
It's a great place to try your luck with a fishing pole, or just take in a beautiful sunset over the Atlantic.
Located under the U.S. Highway 80 bridge that leads into Tybee Island, Lazaretto Creek Fishing Pier is a quaint park with a broad fishing pier facing CoCo's Sunset Grille, Savannah Jetski rentals, and North Island Surf and Kayak.
You can throw in a line and wait for a bite, as you wave to visitors leaving on dolphin tours or renting a kayak for a day to paddle around the island. There's also a boat ramp if you want to launch your own vessel to fish.
And when you're done, there's plenty of dining options available just over the bridge and minutes away on Tybee Island. Visit nps.gov/places/lcbr.htm.
Overlooking the Ogeechee River, historic Fort McAllister offers more than its Civil War museum and earthwork fortifications. It also features two great fishing spots, one open to the public, another reserved just for campers at the state park. The park's pier is more than 150 feet long overlooking the river, with picnic pavilions, a playground for the kids, and even a boat ramp nearby.
Hang out on the pier and cast a line, or put a boat in and cruise the historic Ogeechee River.
Cost is $5 parking for the day, with admission ranging $5 to $9. The park open 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily, with shorter hours for the historic site. Visit gastateparks.org/FortMcAllister or call (912) 727-2339.
Located further up the Ogeechee River from Fort McAllister, is Kings Ferry boat ramp and pier minutes from Georgetown. The park features a boat ramp, fishing pier, pavilions and tables, and a playground for the kids.
Post up on the pier to try your luck in the bustling Ogeechee River, and stay for the stunning river sunsets. And when you're done, Love's Seafood is right nearby, a favorite spot for locals to grab a bite of fresh Lowcountry seafood.
TYBEE ISLAND, Ga. (WTOC) - Production crews will be out on Tybee Island on Tuesday filming a series called ‘The Girl From Plainville.’An area of Tybrisa Street will look a lot different than it does now. It’ll be closed off and film crews will take over. Since this means the businesses on this strip have to close for the next two days, Mayor Shirley Sessions says the city made sure the film crews did their due diligence to make sure businesses and residents, directly impacted, are on board.“We agreed tha...
TYBEE ISLAND, Ga. (WTOC) - Production crews will be out on Tybee Island on Tuesday filming a series called ‘The Girl From Plainville.’
An area of Tybrisa Street will look a lot different than it does now. It’ll be closed off and film crews will take over. Since this means the businesses on this strip have to close for the next two days, Mayor Shirley Sessions says the city made sure the film crews did their due diligence to make sure businesses and residents, directly impacted, are on board.
“We agreed that we want this to happen, we want to help you, but our first concern is our business community and our residents,” said Mayor Shirley Sessions.
Mayor Shirley Sessions says in the past, businesses and residents directly impacted by film crews weren’t always properly notified. This time around, the city wanted to make sure that wasn’t the case.
“It’s up to us, to the city, to make sure they understand what the expectations are in the beginning.”
Those expectations, Sessions says, were clear and concise to the film crew in advance. For the first time, the city made sure the location managers spoke with every business impacted to have them sign an agreement.
“We all had to be, as business owners on this street, okay with them shutting down for the two days like that. A lot of the stores could lose a lot of money, myself included,” said Angela Cooper, Owner of Beau & Arrow’s Frozen Yogurt.
Tybrisa Street, Strand Avenue, the Pier and the beach between the 15 1/2 street crossover and the Tybrisa crosswalk is where filming will be. Angela Cooper’s business sits right in the middle of the movie scene.
“They are compensating us for the two days that we are down. Basically we just took prior week sales and just went with that.”
Mayor Sessions says the city is really trying to clean up the process for when movies get filmed on the island and this is the start. She says they’re always very appreciative that people want to film here, but making sure it’s done right is key.
“I think most people kind of like the idea of a film being made in their hometown, but there are some people who see it completely as an inconvenience and a nuisance. We’re trying to make sure those people aren’t inconvenienced or as inconvenienced as little as possible.”
Cooper says she was told her store and others will probably be used by the movie extras and actors for scenes. She says even though they won’t have any sales the next two days, it’s an exciting opportunity for Tybee.
“It’s exciting for us as business owners to be able to be a part of it and just kind of be in the background.”
According to the production team, the areas they’re using will be closed for the afternoon. Beach access will be available from 17th Street southward. If you would like to read the letter that outlines more about their filming the next two days you can do so here.
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I've covered a selection of new routes that took off in the last week. Why not sign up and receive my newsletter in your email inbox every week? United introduces AmmanThe Jordanian capital of Amman is now part of United Airlines’ network, its second Middle East destination. The Star Alliance carrier operates from Washington 3x weekly, finally connecting the two cities – the largest unserved US market from Am...
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The Jordanian capital of Amman is now part of United Airlines’ network, its second Middle East destination. The Star Alliance carrier operates from Washington 3x weekly, finally connecting the two cities – the largest unserved US market from Amman.
While the B787-10 operated the initial roundtrip, the 5,965-mile (9,599km) link is primarily by smaller B787-8s.
United targets visiting friends and relatives demand, growing tourism, US embassy and government travel, and those bound for nearby countries, including Lebanon, Syria, and parts of Iraq and Saudi Arabia.
It follows the relaunch of Newark to Naples, an airport pair United first introduced in May 2019. It runs 1x daily, and the B767-300ER is deployed; both are the same as pre-coronavirus. It is the sole airline on the city pair, JFK by Air Italy existing until October 2017.
Amman launched the same day as Newark-Venice restarted. It was last served from the US on October 19th, 2019, ending for summer. It’s now 1x daily by the B767-400ER, more capacity than the B767-300ER deployed in 2019.
It has been a busy week for Lufthansa. It launched Munich to Billund (up to 2x daily this summer); Frankfurt-Rennes (3x weekly); Frankfurt-Stavanger (1x daily); Frankfurt-Liverpool (4x weekly); and Munich-Bergen (1x weekly).
Lufthansa is the sole airline on the five routes. All are operated by CRJ-900s, except Stavanger (see below) and Bergen (also by the E190).
All routes are new for the carrier except Frankfurt-Stavanger, which operated for many years until October 2015. This summer, five aircraft types are scheduled to be deployed to the Norwegian oil city. Mainly the A319, and then (in order) the E190, A320ceo, CRJ-900, and A320neo.
Another new route is set to launch. On May 21st, Lufthansa will begin Munich-Kalamata. It’ll operate 1x weekly using the A319, competing directly against Condor (2x weekly) and fellow Star Alliance member Aegean (2x weekly), with which it codeshares.
The above doesn't include a simple COVID-driven route resumption: Munich-Menorca (1x weekly), last served in October 2019. It uses A319s and A320s and competes with TUI fly Deutschland (2x weekly).
ULCC Frontier now serves Kingston, Jamaica’s capital, from Miami. It launched on May 5th and runs on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays utilizing 186-seat A320neos.
F9177 leaves Florida at 08:00 and arrives in Jamaica at 08:51 local time. Returning, F9176 departs at 09:56 and returns at 13:00.
Frontier has served Jamaica since July 2012, when it began Montego Bay from Chicago O’Hare and St Louis. But it wasn’t until 2022 that its presence grew enormously.
This year, it has 247,000 seats for sale, nearly 200,000 more than its previous record. It is now in 9th place for Jamaican seats, with the market leader, American, 6x larger.
Frontier competes against American's 3x daily flights between Miami and Kingston and up to 4x daily to Montego Bay, a route Frontier began over a year ago on May 28th, 2021.
Avelo opened its Tweed New Haven base last November, with highly obvious sun routes to Florida. And this week, half a year later, it has introduced its first non-Florida routes.
On May 5th, New Haven to Charleston (3x weekly) and Myrtle Beach (5x) launched, followed the next day by Nashville (4x) and Savannah (4x). Due to New Haven’s very short runway, all use 147-seat B737-700s.
Come mid-July, Myrtle Beach will be 8x weekly, and Charleston, Nashville, and Savannah 4x apiece. By then, other non-Florida routes (Baltimore, Chicago, Raleigh Durham, Wilmington) will be operational, with more such destinations than in the Sunshine State. Of course, Florida will still be overwhelmingly the dominant state when looking at seats for sale.
The Finnish flag carrier has inaugurated Helsinki to Zagreb, thereby reconnecting the airport pair. It was last served by Croatia Airlines between May 2017 and October 2019, and, before that, Dubrovnik Airline from August 2009 to April 2010.
Now it’s back, helped by over 20,000 point-to-point passengers in 2019, celebrated by this water salute and also cake. Running 3x weekly, it is bookable until September 29th. E190s, A319s, and A320s are all scheduled to operate.
It is timed not just for P2P demand but also for transit passengers to a dozen or so destinations, all bookable.
The 1,828 miles (2,941km) between Frankfurt and Tbilisi, Georgia, are again served non-stop. The airline: Condor. The frequency: 2x weekly, year-round. The aircraft: mainly the A321ceo, but three flights by the B757-300 in October/November.
It is a market ripe for serving, with over 45,000 round-trip passengers in 2019, but it's an interesting route for what is a tourist-driven airline.
Condor’s launch follows previous operators Lufthansa (very briefly in 2021) and Georgian Airlines (for many years until January 2012, then from April 2014-October 2014).
Condor flight DE48 leaves Frankfurt at 21:50 and arrives in Tbilisi at 03:55 local time. Returning, DE49 departs at 04:55 and arrives back at 07:05.
The Portuguese Island of Porto Santo, northeast of Madeira and north of Spain’s Canary Islands, is again served nonstop from Porto.
easyJet operates the 704-mile (1,133km) route on Thursdays and Sundays, with flights running until October 27th, just before winter schedules kick in. There are over 19,000 seats for sale, about 3x as many as the previous record.
The market used to be in the hands of TAP Air Portugal (who else?), with summer-seasonal services for years until September 2015, then again between June 2017-June 2019. After a two-year absence, Iberia served it between June and October 2021, routing Madrid-Porto-Porto Santo.
Now it’s the turn of easyJet, with the inauguration marking its foray at Porto Santo. Its next route, to Lisbon, begins on June 2nd.
That's it for the 36th edition of my routes newsletter. Please sign up to get something like this in your inbox each week.
NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles!With the second major golf championship of the year kicking off in just 10 days, it’s becoming clearer which big names will likely be attending.The official field list was announced Monday for next week’s ...
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With the second major golf championship of the year kicking off in just 10 days, it’s becoming clearer which big names will likely be attending.
Speculation of Woods competing in the tournament grew after he was spotted at the Oklahoma course last month as part of a scouting trip. Woods was joined by Southern Hills director of golf Cary Cozby as they walked and checked out the course for the first time since his victory there in the 2007 PGA Championship.
Golf: Ryder Cup, Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods during Friday Fourball matches at Oakland Hills, Bloomfield Hills, MI on September 17, 2004. (Photo by Robert Beck/Sports Illustrated via Getty Images)
“Everything is so smooth with him now,” Cozby said, via Golf Oklahoma. “His rhythm is great, he hit it straight and plenty far, he pitched and putted it great. I know guys can hit it past him now but watching him work was amazing. He’s so meticulous, detailed, and immersed in what he’s doing. He was very inquisitive on lines and the best angles.”
Woods competed in the Masters last month, and despite finishing toward the bottom of the leaderboard, it showed he could go all 72 holes against high-level competition since suffering devastating leg injuries in a February 2021 car crash.
Tiger Woods waves to the crowd on the 18th green after finishing his round during the final round of the Masters at Augusta National Golf Club on April 10, 2022 in Augusta, Georgia. (Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)
Woods discussed future tournaments after his final round at the Masters, saying he remained unsure about competing at Southern Hills, but planned on playing at the Open Championship in July. He won the PGA Championship four times during his career, in 1999, 2000, 2006 and 2007.
“I won’t be playing a full schedule ever again. It’ll just be the big events. I don’t know if ill play Southern Hills or not, but I am looking forward to St. Andrews. It’s something that’s near and dear to my heart,” Woods said. “I’ve won two Opens there. It’s the home of golf. It’s my favorite golf course in the world. I will be there for that one. But anything in between that, I don’t know. I will try. I will try to get ready this week for Southern Hills, and we’ll see what this body will be able to do.”
Unlike Woods, Mickelson did not compete at the Masters, marking the first time he was absent from the field in nearly 30 years.
Mickelson has been at the center of controversy after he reportedly criticized the PGA Tour and backed a proposed golf league being financed by Saudi Arabians. Mickelson described the Saudis as “scary” but noted he could look past their history of human rights abuses if it meant a chance to change the PGA Tour.
He made the comments in an interview with author Alan Shipnuck, whose book, “Phil: The Rip-Roaring (and Unauthorized!) Biography of Golf’s Most Colorful Superstar” is scheduled to release later this month. The Fire Pit Collective published Mickelson’s comments in February.
Mickelson later apologized and announced he would be taking a leave from the sport. He claimed his comments were off the record and were not meant to be shared publicly.
“There is the problem of off record comments being share out of context and without my consent,” Mickelson said in a February statement. “But the bigger issue is that I used words I sincerely regret that do not reflect my true feelings or intentions.”
Phil Mickelson holds the Wanamaker Trophy after winning the PGA Championship golf tournament on the Ocean Course, Sunday, May 23, 2021, in Kiawah Island, S.C. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)
Mickelson hasn’t played since the Saudi International in early February following his hiatus from the sport. He won the PGA Championship at the Kiawah Island Golf Resort in South Carolina in 2021 to become the oldest major winner in tour history.
His agent, Steve Loy released a statement last month, writing that Mickelson was registered to play in the PGA Championship and U.S. Open.
However, he wouldn’t say if Mickelson will compete next week, noting that the decision to register was to “keep all options open.”
“Phil currently has no concrete plans on when and where he will play,” Loy added.
Because 2021 feels an awful lot like 2020, and the time change has wreaked havoc on our internal clocks.Because you may want to forgo political discussions with relatives for an easy-going day of friends, parades, and football.Because juggling remote or hybrid work, school days and activities, along with the quiet undercurrent of anxiety over [fill in the blank].For these reasons and more, you may want to take a break this year from marathon cooking and cleaning and opt for dine-in or takeout Thanksgiving ...
Because 2021 feels an awful lot like 2020, and the time change has wreaked havoc on our internal clocks.
Because you may want to forgo political discussions with relatives for an easy-going day of friends, parades, and football.
Because juggling remote or hybrid work, school days and activities, along with the quiet undercurrent of anxiety over [fill in the blank].
For these reasons and more, you may want to take a break this year from marathon cooking and cleaning and opt for dine-in or takeout Thanksgiving dinner. To help with that, we have compiled a list of restaurants open on Nov. 25 in the Savannah area. Included in the list are restaurants offering pickup options for meals on Thanksgiving Day or Thanksgiving eve.
If your restaurant is serving meals on Thanksgiving Day, send your information to @LNwogu@gannett.com with times you open and close on Nov. 25.
Open Nov. 24 and Nov. 25
Thanksgiving dinner is available to pick up on Nov. 25. The pre-order deadline is Nov. 19. Menu items include butter and sage roasted turkey, salad and pecan pie. The full menu is available online and orders can be placed at https://www.chart-house.com/.
Pickup is available from Nov. 20-27, while supplies last. Orders should be made 24 hours in advance. Menu items include turkey breast, turkey gravy, a choice of two country sides and a choice of pies, among other items. The full menu is available online and orders can be placed at https://www.crackerbarrel.com/about-heat-n-serve
Thanksgiving meals will be available for pickup on Nov. 25 and Nov. 25 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Mac and cheese, cauliflower, cornbread, collard greens, yellow rice and vegan stew are among the menu items. Call or text 912-507-7174 for more details.
All orders must be placed by Nov. 20. Pick up is from 11 a.m.-5 p.m. on Nov. 24. Orders can be placed via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone to 912-394-5411. Menu items include roasted turkey breast, cornbread dressing, ham, etc. The full menu can be found at https://jthomaskitchen.com/thanksgiving-2021-menu/
Pickup is available on Nov. 23 and Nov. 24 from 8 a.m.-8 p.m. or Thanksgiving Day from 8 a.m.-2 p.m. The deadline to pre-order is 7 p.m. on Nov. 22. Turkey, ham, hawaiain bread rolls and cranberry sauce are among the menu items. The full menu is available online and orders can be placed at https://metrodiner.com/holiday-feast.
Thanksgiving dinner pick-up is available Nov. 25 from 10 a.m.-noon. Menu items include smoked turkey, ham, collard greens, broccoli and cheese and rice casserole, mac and cheese, sweet potato casserole and pecan pie or peach cobbler. Orders can be made by phone at 912-201-3259.
Fight the War Within Foundation, an all-volunteer nonprofit organization, is providing meals catered by The Dine Savannah free of charge. The meal will consist of the usual Thanksgiving dishes, including turkey, dressing, casseroles and cranberry sauce. Donations raised at the event will also benefit The Dive in their mission to provide holiday blessings to homeless veterans living in the Tiny Homes village on Dundee Street. Leftovers will also be distributed by The Dive to homeless groups following the dinner.
Laura Nwogu is the quality of life reporter for Savannah Morning News. Contact her at email@example.com. Twitter: @lauranwogu_