In Savannah we ate at The Cotton Exchange – good fried green tomatoes and bourbon pecan pie. Two nicer restaurants we ate at there were Belford’s which had excellent crab cakes and shrimp and grits and The Olde Pink House where the standout of the meal was probably the goat cheese fried appetizer. We also ate at some on your list – Leopold’s (excellent), Huey’s (good fried green tomato mufaletta) and one of our favorite places of the trip – Clary’s.
I’m really looking forward to going back to Leopold’s for the pistachio ice cream, and Huey’s for the beignets. I also had a great biscuit and side of bacon at Clary’s, and hope to get back there as well.