Caroline Eubanks is an award-winning writer and author of This Is My South: The Essential Travel Guide to the Southern States. Her work has appeared in Garden & Gun, Atlas Obscura, Architectural Digest, Mental Floss, and The Bitter Southerner, often focusing on the people, food, and places of the Southern United States.
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The Grey serves seasonal dishes in an old Greyhound bus depot in Yamacraw Village.
Mrs. Wilkes Dining Room
Mrs. Wilkes Dining Room is only open on weekdays from 11am-2pm, but the line is worth it for the family-style Southern food in Savannah.
Sisters of the New South
Sisters of the New South is where you should eat fried chicken, slow-cooked oxtails, and shrimp and grits in Victory Heights.
Husk is a special occasion spot in Savannah's Historic District North with a seasonal menu using ingredients native to the south.
Ukiyo is a casual izakaya in the Starland District with a great selection of Japanese whiskey.
Sandfly BBQ in Savannah specializes in Memphis-style BBQ, and whatever you order, you've got to save room for sides.
Narobia's Grits & Gravy
Narobia's Grits & Gravy serves Lowcountry dishes in Thomas Square and gets especially busy on the weekends.