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Sisters of the New South


2605 Skidaway Rd, Savannah
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While there are plenty of soul food spots in the historic district, Sisters of the New South is an option we really like in Victory Heights, with its bright blue tables and a tree mural on the wall. They serve dishes you might expect to see at a family gathering or holiday, like fried chicken and slow-cooked oxtails, all made from recipes that have been passed down for generations. It’s perfect for a casual lunch or dinner, especially if you add on some of the standout seafood options —like shrimp and grits and fried oysters with a side of collard greens and yams. Finish it all with some peach cobbler, caramelized to perfection with a crunchy crust.

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