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Downtown Charleston Restaurants Taking Savannah By Storm, But Georgia City Not Threatened

January 21st, 2020 | The Post & Courier

With The Darling Oyster Bar’s recent announcement of its plans to open in Savannah, the number of downtown Charleston restaurants which have found a second home in the city now stands at six. The Darling in Georgia will join 39 Rue de Jean, CO, Husk, Prohibition and The Fat Radish, which in Charleston operates as […]

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The 15 Biggest Food Trends of 2019, According to Chefs

December 9th, 2019 | Food & Wine

‘Tis the season—to celebrate with friends and family, to overindulge in holiday feasts, and to look back with nostalgia at all the trends that dominated the dinner table over the last twelve months.

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10 Most Underrated Food Cities We Explored In 2019

November 15th, 2019 | 10 Best

What makes a great food scene? Is it the variety of cuisines that are available, the number of award-winning restaurants, or a high concentration of celebrity chefs? There are plenty of cities and regions that have become recognized for those criteria and more, but there are many places in the United States that haven’t gotten nearly […]

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Traveling to Savannah? Here’s the Only Guide Your Group Will Need

June 26th, 2019 | Venue Report

One of the most beautiful cities in the country, Savannah is famous for its cobblestone streets, towering live oaks and picturesque mansions from years past. But this southern beauty is so much more than a time capsule for America’s beginnings. Thanks to an arts college dedicated to restoring the city’s iconic buildings and a new […]

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What’s new on the Savannah dining scene

March 23rd, 2019 | AJC.com

Nicknamed “The Hostess City of the South,” Savannah knows a thing or two about hospitality. With its classic down-home cooking, New South cuisine, international fare and James Beard Award nominees set against a backdrop of luscious landscapes and 18th and 19th century architecture, Savannah welcomes diners with the grace and charm you’d expect from a […]

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Home Again At Husk

February 25th, 2019 | Savannah Magazine

Chris Hathcock grew up in Savannah, started cooking in Athens and worked his way through two-year kitchen stints in Atlanta, Charleston, Asheville, Atlanta again and Greenville before moving back to Savannah in 2018 to take the reins at Husk. The menu is new, and terrific: On a recent evening, I started with kale salad, shifted […]

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Best New Restaurant: Husk

December 7th, 2018 | Connect Savannah

It’s no surprise here that this year’s Best New Restaurant is Husk, Sean Brock’s fourth iteration of the Southern restaurant with an eye towards local ingredients. While it’s easy to claim that Husk’s restaurant style is changing the culinary scene in Savannah, the team behind it doesn’t jump to that conclusion.

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Soul Food, Ghost Tours, and Golf: The Ultimate 4-day Weekend in Savannah, Georgia

December 1st, 2018 | Men's Journal

Everything’s a bit slower in Savannah, Georgia. The coastal city hugs South Carolina at the Savannah River (it’s just 45 minutes from Hilton Head), and exudes a bit of Charleston charm and New Orleans flair.

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Effective March 17, 2020: Husk Restaurant is temporarily closed. Nothing is more critical to The Neighborhood Dining Group than the safety and health of our guests, our staff, and the communities in which we serve. Due to the rapidly evolving COVID-19 situation, we feel that it is our civic duty to do all we can to help confine the spread of the virus. We feel it is impossible to operate our businesses knowing our staff and guests are at risk, even with precautionary measures such as limiting guests and tables and extensive sanitation.

We want to do our part to help put this worldwide crisis behind us, so that we may swiftly resume serving you, our valued guests. We are a compassionate and resilient community, and we will get through this life-threatening pandemic by working together.