As with many local chefs, owner and head cook Paula Deen is partial to crab, and it shows on her menu. If you …
102 W Congress St Savannah, GA 31401-2508 United States +1 912 233 2600
Sun Oct 1 6:00pm - Sun Oct 1 8:00pm
Paula Dean's restaurant (from the food network)
Guests line up very early waiting for us to open. For your convenience, our hosts are at our host stand on Congress Street taking names at 9:30 am for lunch, which starts at 11:00 am, and at 3:30 for dinner, which starts at 5:00 pm. Once you have checked in with the hosts, you may browse around the shops and galleries near the restaurant until close to the seating time that you received from the host team.
The Lady and Sons gladly takes priority seating for parties larger than ten. Requests must be made by calling the restaurant at 912.233.2600. Requests can not be taken via email or through this site.
We are located at the corner of Whitaker and Congress Streets in Downtown Savannah.
Nationally acclaimed, family friendly neighborhood restaurant that uses fresh local ingredients and Southern culinary …
207 Rutledge Avenue Charleston, SC 29403-5822 United States 843-0930,firstname.lastname@example.org
Tue Oct 3 8:00pm - Tue Oct 3 10:00pm
Excellent Southern food - Mom had her first plate of shrimp 'n grits!
Nearly every food magazine has raved about Robert Stehling's Hominy Grill (207 Rutledge Avenue; 843-937-0930). The basics are so well done here that you realize how poorly they're often done elsewhere. Biscuits, eggs, cornbread, grits and salads are not only enlivened by the freshest ingredients, they're sparked with touches like ginger in the cole slaw and fried green tomatoes in the BLT's. The setting isn't fancy, and the neighborhood has been up-and-coming for years and still hasn't come up. But you can't go wrong at breakfast, lunch or dinner. The priciest dish at any meal is $19.95 (a strip steak) and most are under $10. Eat outdoors in temperate weather -- and expect to wait in any weather.
In the early 1800s, the Nathaniel Russell House, a neoclassic dwelling, was the home of Nathaniel and Sarah Russell …
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51 Meeting St Charleston, SC 29401-2536 United States +1 843 724 8481
Wed Oct 4 10:00am - Wed Oct 4 11:00am
The Big Houses Two remarkable houses -- about two miles from each other in the city's historic district -- should be seen together because they embody such different preservation philosophies. Start with the mansion of Nathaniel Russell (51 Meeting Street, 843-724-8481), highly restored and one of the premier neoclassical buildings in America. It has a much-photographed free-flying spiral staircase and faux mahogany woodwork in the foyer. By contrast, the Aiken-Rhett House (48 Elizabeth Street, 843-723-1159) exists in a precarious state of semidilapidation. The slave quarters had a social hierarchy all their own -- the higher class lived above the kitchen, the lower above the horse stalls -- and are worth special attention. Admission is $8 each or $14 for both; open Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m