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We enjoyed lunch at Mrs. Wilkes' Boarding House a couple years ago. They don't
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Posted to Thread #17897 at 4:09 pm on Mar 11, 2010
accept reservations, and there's usually quite a line out the door. We waited about 45 minutes in line and were one of the last few groups seated for lunch...had been out sightseeing all morning. You dine family style at large dining tables (about 10 seats, as I recall) but that all adds to the charm of the experience. Tasty Southern-style cooking.
If you have time on your brief stay, I highly recommend a city tour. They're inexpensive and very informative with overviews of the history, culture and architecture of Savannah. Enjoy your stay there.
Other messages in this thread:
- 17897. Savannah, Georgia anyone? (Or anywhere on the drive down to Florida) - Sandra in New York - 12:35am on 03/11/10 (4)
- How about Charleston SC on the way back? Tons of really great places to eat!! [NT] - Sarah in Charleston - 1:18pm on 03/11/10
- and a chance for a meet-up! [NT] - AngAk - 6:32pm on 03/11/10
- We enjoyed lunch at Mrs. Wilkes' Boarding House a couple years ago. They don't [LINK] - Pat-NoCal - 4:09pm on 03/11/10