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Locals Only: Restaurants In Savanna

April 5th, 2022 | The Local Palate

Founder of Big Bon Wood-Fired Pizza and Big Bon Bodega Kay Heritage is constantly inspired by the restaurants in Savannah. From museum eats to ‘za, there’s a lot to this coastal city’s blossoming food scene.

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Savannah Has Become One of the American South’s Most Exciting Food Destinations — See What’s Cooking

December 27, 2021 | Travel + Leisure

Something extra special is simmering in Savannah these days. Sure, Georgia’s oldest city has been a tourist draw for generations. The irresistible charm of its cobblestone streets and fountain-strewn squares — Spanish moss suspended above it all — was enough to earn it distinction as a National Historic Landmark over 55 years ago…

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Drinking Our Way Through Savannah, Georgia

November 22nd, 2021 | Virtuoso

When you only have 48 hours to make the most of Savannah, spending one of them queued up in the blazing sun waiting for a restaurant to open its doors may seem like frittering away precious time…

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14 Best Restaurants in Savannah

October 11th, 2021 | TimeOut

Foodies of the world, prepare to celebrate. A charming coastal city famed for its landscapes, architecture and history, Savannah also happens to be one of the best culinary cities in the entire South. Many of Georgia’s best restaurants are in its fifth-largest city, from traditional low country fare to modern gourmet interpretations of home favorites…

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18 Essential Savannah Restaurants to Visit

July 1st, 2021 | Eater Carolinas

Known as one of the most haunted buildings in Savannah, this restaurant and bar has two types of spirits. Known for its bourbon-focused bar menu, Husk also has an extensive wine list and local rotating menu focused on Southern food like the Grassroots pork paired with seasonal ingredients like Bradford corn and summer vegetables within […]

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13 Best Restaurants in Savannah

July 7th, 2020 | Conde Nast Traveler

With its beautiful Spanish moss squares, haunted history, fancy walk-ups, and emerging food scene, there is no wonder people flock to the city of Savannah, Georgia. Let’s not forget the local open container law, which gives a new definition to dining and drinking around the city…

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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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