I took a trip to Savannah this past Thanksgiving. We had relatives that weren’t able to make it over for Thanksgiving this year, so we decided to make a mini vacation of the holiday. When I think of Savannah, its squares are the first thing that come to mind. Those perfectly manicured squares, along with ALL OF THE DOGGIES, can entertain me for quite awhile. I don’t think you can even live in the historic district there without a canine friend. Seriously, it may be a requirement. All jokes aside, this quaint little city is a place I could definitely live. I went to my usual stops while there. The Paris Market (a must if you are looking for interesting home goods), some antique shops (none of which I can really recall by name), the SCAD store, etc. I also made it out to a few new restaurants there, the Little Duck Diner (featured here) and The Grey, neither of which disappointed. It excites me that restaurants in the South have gotten such great press within the past few years. Charleston had always been on the culinary map, but it seems they’ve gained more notoriety in recent years. I hope Savannah will see more progress in this area in the future as well.
-all photos by me