Savannah Food

Savannah Food

Food: the most important part of a trip to the South! When I said the only thing I would miss about the South after moving would be the food I had absolutely no idea how true that would be. On the up side, I’ve learned to cook my favorites myself.

Waffle House: raisin bread, cheesy scrambled eggs, city ham, hash browns with onions, ham, and gravy, and sweet tea:

J. Christophers: shared oreo pancakes, eggs benedict, grits, banana bread pecan french toast, and fresh florida OJ:

The Pirate’s House: me: crab cake, fried shrimp, green beans, garlic mashed potatoes. Ruth: shrimp carbonara. Evie: pecan fried chicken (I got the leg!):

Mirabelle Cafe: Georgia Peach Cobbler liege waffle and hot chocolate:

Clary’s Cafe: me: fish sandwich with fries and slaw. dad: crab cake eggs benedict:

A-J’s Dockside Restaurant: Fish sandwich, hush puppies, key lime pie:

Olde Pink House Restaurant: fried pork chop with macaroni and cheese and collards. Riesling:

Amelie’s (Atlanta): 1/2 a turkey and fruit compote baguette, cup of spinach asparagus leek soup, salted caramel brownie:

The favorite of all of us is the Pirate House. All of our dishes were so, so good. The second probably goes to the Olde Pink House. Those collards… I was a little disappointed in Amelie’s in Atlanta. The salted caramel brownie was definitely not up to par and the sandwich was pretty pitiful, but still tasty. I hope to go back to Savannah ASAP.