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Charleston and Savannah for a few days in October

anothernotch | Sep 5, 201302:27 PM     4

My parents will be spending two nights each in Charleston and Savannah. I figured that I would help them plan their meals by searching this board and requesting recommendations. In particular they are interested in southern regional cuisine (they don't eat pork), seafood and perhaps a special destination restaurant. Currently, in Charleston, they are looking at Hanks, The Peninsula Grill at the Planters Inn, Fig, Charleston Grill and Hominy Grill for either lunch or dinner.

In Savannah, our research to date has yielded Elizabeth on 37th and the Olde Pink House.

Are these good options or, given the current state of play, are their better options?

Thanks in advance.

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