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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 Americaâ€™s beginnings. Thanks to an arts college dedicated to restoring the cityâ€™s iconic buildings and a new […]
Nicknamed â€śThe Hostess City of the South,â€ť 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 youâ€™d 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 […]
Itâ€™s no surprise here that this yearâ€™s Best New Restaurant is Husk, Sean Brockâ€™s fourth iteration of the Southern restaurant with an eye towards local ingredients. While itâ€™s easy to claim that Huskâ€™s restaurant style is changing the culinary scene in Savannah, the team behind it doesnâ€™t jump to that conclusion.
Everythingâ€™s a bit slower in Savannah, Georgia. The coastal city hugs South Carolina at the Savannah River (itâ€™s just 45 minutes from Hilton Head), and exudes a bit of Charleston charm and New Orleans flair.
Before you transition into Pumpkin Spice Mode, remember that there’s still a whole lot of summer left to celebrate. Labor Day weekend, which kicks off on Saturday, September 1, offers the perfect opportunity to cram as much summer into three days as possible, and in our opinion, these three days should revolve around eating.
From the farm-to-table movement, to the incorporation of nontraditional ingredients in classic, southern dishes, the south is finally reverting back to grandmaâ€™s way of cookinâ€™ in an entirely new menu and movement known as the Southern Food Revolution. Deep in the heart of Dixie, beyond the white linen tablecloths and deep fried chicken, a revolution is […]