AB Road Eats: Savannah


The Coffee Fox: Cold brew, a cortadito and a fantastic logo. I love getting off my tour bus and being able to walk to a local coffee house. Especially a good one with a great vibe. Thanks for keeping me caffeinated multiple times in Savannah, Coffee Fox.


Pie Society: Breakfast pie. There’s nothing wrong with those two words. I ordered the potato and cheese pie at this establishment, known for their savory, classic British options.


Mrs. Wilkes Dining Room: This is everything I love about food in the South. Let me set the scene for you. You walk into the bottom level of a home, and there are several tables of 10 set up with family-style dishes … enough to feed an army. Fried chicken, barbecued pork, mashed potatoes, macaroni and cheese, biscuits, sweet potatoes, creamed corn, peach cobbler and banana pudding. And they’ll keep refilling the bowls until you’re stuffed. You might sit with strangers, but that’s the best part. If you come here, don’t plan on eating for hours before or after. This is a Savannah institution and I can’t wait to come back.


Flying Monk Noodle Bar: I ordered pho with good intentions, but wound up eating the edamame dumplings. Crispy brown dough sacks of goodness. Order these.

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    Jason Yu

    Curious to know what you think of the city of savannah, maybe the food, maybe the restaurants? What would it be like if you wanted to open a restaurant in Savannah?

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