photo credit: Chia Chong
The Grey is located in the city’s formerly segregated Greyhound bus depot, and you might've seen them featured in an episode of Chef’s Table serving their spin on a Savannah childhood favorite, the “thrills.” There are a couple different ways to eat here, all serving dishes that feel effortlessly connected to the city. In the main dining room, you’ll find sleek banquettes, moody lighting, and a prix-fixe menu focused on seafood and whatever is in season, which might include smoked pork with hominy or purloo Carolina Gold rice with salted fish. For something more casual, The Diner Bar in the Art Deco waiting room has an a-la-carte menu with similar dishes like fish croquettes and chicken Country Captain, a one-pot stew with Indian spices. And if neither of those work out, grab a bite at their casual bodega-like option, The Grey Market, for benne seed bagels and pastrami reubens.
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