Your Guide to Authentic Regional Eats
Savannah’s oldest restaurant is a place to eat, drink & socialize. The broad menu includes burgers, seafood, Greek fare & craft brews galore.
No shortcuts are taken to create the mighty, country-style meals that make Two Cracked Eggs a best bet for breakfast or lunch at the River in Savannah.
Savannah’s isle of British pies, both sweet and savory, is a casual corner cafe great for breakfast, lunch, snacks, and take-away meals.
From-scratch ice cream made the old-fashioned way and served in a charming downtown parlor has made Leopold’s a Savannah sweet-tooth destination for 100 years.
An inconspicuous hole in the wall specializing in wildly dressed hot dogs and local brews, Red Hot is a popular local hangout on Tacoma’s 6th Avenue.
The smoked meat of Montreal’s Jewish neighborhood is at its best at Schwartz’s, where countermen make sandwiches with meat piled impossibly high on good rye.
Just yards from the Augusta Riverfront, Beamie’s is a casual eat-house popular among locals for Dixie seafood, plentiful beer, and super-duper adult beverages.
Forget doughnuts. It is Universal Doughnuts’ breakfast sandwiches that put the little urban snack shop on the DC eats map.
Cold Cookie Company is an Austin, Texas, bright blue food truck serving unique ice cream and fresh-baked cookies.