Soul Food

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If you're longing for one of those unforgettable Sunday meals your grandma made, then head to Sisters, a family-owned eatery that specializes in traditional Southern fare. There's nothing fancy on Sisters' menu, just standard, hearty classics...  Read More

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Clary's was made famous by Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, but they have been in business since 1903. The places offers an extensive breakfast menu, including French toast, their special malted waffles, pancakes, and omelets. They also...  Read More

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Mrs. Wilkes' Dining Room

Located in the basement of a 19th century home, this dining room offers a family-style Southern meal. Guests occupy long dining tables and pass around bowls of fried chicken, ham, beef stew, collard greens, rice and gravy, snap beans, mashed...  Read More

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The restaurant will be closed due to injury until early 2011. There are always a few places in every town that cultivate long-term patrons, just by their presence and their quality. Wall's is one such Savannah institution. Fans crowd the place's...  Read More

Sweet Potatoes touts itself as serving "endearing food," and this popular Midtown eatery, indeed, specializes in the kind of familiar comfort food your grandmamma made. The restaurant offers an array of salads and sandwiches, but it's the...  Read More

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Pirates' House

With a tradition of hospitality dating back to 1753, this establishment did, indeed, cater to seamen early on. These days, it's got a more sedate clientele, and they're more inclined to gluttony than to marauding. Locals frequently recommend the...  Read More

Lots of upscale restaurants can present Southern cuisine, twisting it, tweaking it, and reinventing it, but few places know better how downhome food should be served than a church. Luckily for you, this one has been doing it for many years, and...  Read More