I have a soft spot for Georgia. My grandparents lived in this state for as long as I can remember so I've had many fond memories of my visits with them in Marietta. This time around, I hit the coast and spent some time in Savannah. I love Savannah. It's such a beautiful city with so many charming buildings, people and the food...well, what can I say? I basically ate the entire time I was here.
Paula Deen's restaurant, Lady and her sons. I didn't want to plan the day too much so I just hit the downtown area to see where it took me. It just so happened to take me to Paula Deen. In fact, I wasn't the only one who somehow gravitated towards the building. I arrived around 2pm hungry for lunch and took a card from the host to be allowed in the building. Once I stepped foot in the restaurant, I was then directed to the elevators to go upstairs to be seated. What? Upstairs? Well, it might seem like a small restaurant but it's jammed packed with people for one good reason.
Thank you Savannah for your hospitality. I will be back.