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12 W Oglethorpe Ave, Savannah
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Husk has been a pretty successful restaurant in Charleston and Nashville for a while, and they opened this newest location in Savannah in 2018. The space feels appropriately special, with a large dining room inside a converted home filled with colorful artwork and intimate tables around the chandelier-lit bar priming you for the big fancy dinner to come. The menu is all about seasonal dishes that use ingredients native to the south, so expect to see things like oysters on the half shell, yellowfin tuna with Carolina Gold rice, and dan dan noodles with a benne seed tahini. Save room for an order of fluffy biscuits and the Husk charcuterie, which includes country ham and locally-made cheeses.

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