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bbqme | Feb 13, 202010:09 AM     3

Did some fine eating and drinking while visiting Savannah-- The Grey, Cotton & Rye-- but what stood out was the biscuit at Back In the Day Bakery. I had the ham & gruyere, basically a biscuit version of a croque monsieur. I was thinking, "for $7.50 for a biscuit this thing better be good." Worth every penny! Best biscuit I've ever had, and being a Southern boy, I've had my fair share. Plus, I appreciated it being away from the hubbub of downtown. There other baked treats looked really yummy but I decided to be good after a weekend of rich eating.

The Grey
Cotton & Rye
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