This crunchy ham and Swiss cheese sandwich neatly bridges the gap between breakfast and lunch.
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In Savannah, Leopold's is where you want to be for big scoops of rich, silky ice cream. Some recipes haven't changed since the shop originally opened back in 1919.
The burgers at this hip neighborhood spot in Savannah show promise, but the pretzel bun has got to go.
In Savannah, classic Southern sweets like pecan pie and key lime pie dominate most dessert menus, but that's not the case a A.lure, where you'll find more inspired options like this frozen goat cheese soufflé. Check out a behind-the-scenes slideshow to see how this creamy, cheesy, and cold dessert comes together.
This burger spot beloved by locals has a well-earned reputation for greatness (and is supremely affordable, too).
If you're passing through Savannah, a pit-stop into Back in the Day Bakery is a must. Restraint isn't rewarded here. Walk out with something reasonable, like a single brownie or a few cookies, and you'll kick yourself for not loading up with a large variety of sweets. Read on for owner Cheryl and Griffith Day's top 5 picks.
Warm pillows of deep-fried dough coated in powered sugar and served with warm praline sauce from Huey's in Savannah's Historic District make a great breakfast.
Back in the Day Bakery's bourbon bread pudding is soaked in so much creamy, sugary syrup that it almost tastes like it's made from doughnuts (in a really good way.)
This casual hangout with a menu of 33 different burgers boasts the best burgers in town 10 years running, but your enthusiasm may vary.
About five miles from "downtown" Savannah, Sweet Potatoes is an unpretentious gas station neighbor with "endearing food," as the restaurant likes to call it. They serve Southern fare with an eclectic, sometimes fruity Caribbean twist, and in honor of the namesake, a different sweet potato dish each day. As someone who loves the sweet orange spud, I was already giddy in the parking lot.
Like a Disneyland gift shop, it's full of hyperactive tourists pointing at Paula's poofy hair and grin slapped onto salad dressing labels, stationary and mugs. While inside last week, here were some of my favorite finds.