The only place I recall eating at more than twice in Savannah is The Pirate's House. Last time we were there, we were displeased, somehow. But that was four or five years ago. We leave this morning to spend a few days there.
I started compiling my list of Savannah restaurants at NYTimes. Seems illogical to do such a thing given NY's distance from The Peachiest State.
- Firefly Cafe
- 45 South (This appears to be The Pirate's House)
- Elizabeth on 37th
- Lady and Sons
- Olde Pink House Restaurant
Probably won't eat at Lady and Sons. Paula Deen is charming, but she's not my favorite. My parents and parents-in-law ate at her restaurant. Maybe they said it was a buffet? Anybody who knows me well knows that I don't do buffets. Sorry Paula and sons.
Then the other list I've looked at is Gay Savannah Restaurants. My gay and lesbian friends usually have impeccable taste and wouldn't steer me wrong.
A bit later in the day while searching for books on seeds, I came across John T. Edge's Southern Belly. Now that's where I should have looked first off. His list of Savannah eats are thus:
And then a bit more southern than Savannah he suggests: