Good Eats: "Good Eats says and HAS it all..." Savannah Restaurant Tip by madbyron

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Firstly, there are tons of places in Savannah sold to you as "local", "famous", "flavorful," and blah blah blah. Yes, truth is they've got nothing well rounded to offer and they're way interested in a certain plate dollar for more or less crapola. Think I'm exaggerating? Then go for it! GOOD EATS however is a neighborhood cafe with tons of downtowner flair that is casual and minimal but has that eclectic mix of people that we all love to sit amongst while eating the best of food and listening to fun music. They do lunch, dinner and one of 3 of my favorite brunches in the area on Sundays. Dinner I recommend reservations. Sit in our out.

Favorite Dish: Oooo....I'm a sucker for their homeade polenta with really tender chicken breasts, tofu and marinara sauce. There's a nice side salad with balsamic and a healthy homemade spicy biscuit. I totally dig a dish called "Greg's Grilled Cheese" which is on a nice ciabatta bread, the chicken is grilled and make sure you order it with thinly sliced Bermuda onion ON the sandwich. Don't over look their Cuban plate either which pretty much involves divinly grilled Salmon, blackbeans, salsa and totally authentic plantains! Wine and beer available and no smoking inside.

Address: 606 Abercorn Street(corner of E. Huntingdon St.)
Directions: Just west of Forsyth Park and 5 or 10 minutes from anywhere downtown.
Phone: 912.447.5444
Price: US$11-20
Rating: 0
Theme: Local

Review Helpfulness: 3.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Written Dec 13, 2002
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