Food

Nita’s Place

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Back in the ’90s, Juanita Dixon helped usher in Savannah’s soul food revival,winning over the passions and palates of celebrities, city leaders and simple folk…

Native Son

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Sushi combines our two favorite things as a city: bars and seafood. No wonder the theatrical Japanese art is in Savannah to stay.  Andrea…

Deep and Fried

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We sent Savannah food writer Hannah Hayes where cynical locals fear to tread—and she brought back stories of a stainless steel utopia. »  Photography…