Savannah, Georgia, famous for being the home of SCAD (Savannah College of Arts and Design), one of the nation’s preeminent arts institutes, also boasts of a rich selection of restaurants that rivals Lowcountry neighbour Charleston. From farmers’ markets and farm-to-table Southern food concepts to the best restaurants in Savannah’s historic downtown, we discover the best restaurants and eats in Savannah.
The Olde Pink House
Located in a historic 18th century Georgian mansion, The Olde Pink House offers intimate dining in a beautiful setting and a glimpse of true Southern culture. The Olde Pink House is conveniently located in the heart of historic downtown Savannah, and provides indoor and outdoor seating with an elegant yet casual ambiance. Specialising in new Southern cuisine, The Olde Pinke House menu has a selection of seafood and Lowcountry dishes such as Lowcountry She-Crab soup, fried green tomato, lump crab hushpuppies and blue crab beignets.
THERE ARE SOME PARTS OF HOMESTEADING THAT SEEM ALMOST MAGICAL.
Like when watch the cream you skimmed from yesterday’s milk suddenly turn into golden butter…
Or when you are able to make vinegar appear from mere fruit peels.
Or when you pack a bunch of cabbage into a jar and it turns into perfectly tangy sauerkraut a week later.
Speaking of that, I can’t believe I’ve been afraid to learn how to make top rated sauerkraut recipes until now…
I’ve never been a huge fan of storebought sauerkraut… I mean, I tolerated it in some recipes, but didn’t exactly crave it. I had a bit of an underlying fear that my homemade versions would turn into a mutated-cabbage science experiment, so I always pushed it to the bottom of my “to-try” list.
It’s time to update the Eater 38, your answer and ours to any question that begins, “Can you recommend a restaurant?”
This highly elite group of destinations are the places that you should go to tonight, tomorrow, and again and again. These are places that we think must exist, places that have impacted or represent the constantly evolving culinary canon of best gumbo in New Orleans. Looking for the hottest places in town? Turn to the Eater Heatmap instead.
The Eater 38 is updated quarterly, and are listed geographically rather than ranked. This time around, Gautreau’s joins the list. To make room, it’s time to say goodbye to Shaya.