Savannah's march toward culinary esteem

It isn't all Grey in The Hostess City

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Cities across the South gained more restaurants than they lost in the first two years of the pandemic, but Savannah didn’t just pick up a few new places to eat. In a turnabout that sounds like it was ripped from a teen movie script, Charleston’s Southern cousin went from quiet sweetheart to edgy diva.

Savannah is “establishing itself as a full-fledged foodie mecca,” Travel + Leisure declared in December.

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