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Savannah: Foodie recs in Savannah

sarahinthecity | Oct 6, 201307:58 PM     14

Hi fellow Chowhounds! I'm headed to Savannah after Thanksgiving and am looking for the 'foodiest' dining spots. No 'fancy' white table cloth / steak and potatoes / truffle oil places, but modern spots with delicious food and drinks like what Charleston has to offer these days. Based on the threads I've read, this is my list so far:

http://www.local11ten.com/
http://www.alligatorsoul.com
http://www.leopoldsicecream.com
http://www.sohosouthcafe.com/
http://aluresavannah.com

We'll have several lunches and dinners while we're there.

What am I missing?

Also, should we go to Tybee Island?

Thanks friends!

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