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With The Darling Oyster Barâs 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 […]
âTis the seasonâto 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.
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 havenât gotten nearly […]
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 Americaâs beginnings. Thanks to an arts college dedicated to restoring the cityâs iconic buildings and a new […]
Nicknamed âThe Hostess City of the South,â 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 youâd expect from a […]
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 […]
Itâs no surprise here that this yearâs Best New Restaurant is Husk, Sean Brockâs fourth iteration of the Southern restaurant with an eye towards local ingredients. While itâs easy to claim that Huskâs restaurant style is changing the culinary scene in Savannah, the team behind it doesnât jump to that conclusion.
Everythingâs a bit slower in Savannah, Georgia. The coastal city hugs South Carolina at the Savannah River (itâs just 45 minutes from Hilton Head), and exudes a bit of Charleston charm and New Orleans flair.
Husk Savannah is re-opening Wednesday, August 12th. We are so excited to open our doors again to the Savannah community!
Please visit Open Table to book your reservation. Reservations are recommended and preferred; however, we may have limited availability for walk-in diners as well.
The Neighborhood Dining Group and Husk Savannah are committed to the safety of our staff, guests and community. We will provide the highest standard of cleanliness and service. It is imperative that we offer a safe place for you to dine, and our teams to work. OUR TEAM WILL: wear face masks at all times, have their temperature and health checked upon arrival, wash their hands with frequency, disinfect surfaces after every use, and perform a nightly deep cleaning of the restaurant. OUR RESTAURANT WILL: be laid out with social distancing and directional parameters in mind, maintain a 6-foot minimum distance between tables, have a maximum of 8 guests per table, provide sanitizing areas for guest use, and provide single-use menus and products to protect all of us. OUR GUESTS are required to wear masks at this time in all public places throughout the restaurant. Once at your table, actively eating and drinking, your mask may be removed. We appreciate your consideration for others at this time.
Our team looks forward to seeing you soon!
The only thing we wonât be masking is our HOSPITALITY.