Four+ days in Charleston and Savannah at the end of April. We've got a good list of things to see and do, now I turn to the HiveMind for food suggestions.
FeedMe is the new AskMe
the working Google map based on research, friends' suggestions but since the Hive has been great for Vermont
and Washington, D.C.
I wanted to check here as well.
Four adults, mostly omnivores as we can always find something. We'll have a car in both cities. Only criteria is no chains that exist in NYC and or Albany, NY as we want it to be something cool that we'll associate with this trip. In the past we've enjoyed: Jardin Nelson
(Montreal), Johnny's Half Shell
(D.C.), E.B. Strong's
Lunches will likely be on the go based on whatever we're see/doing when we get hungry but we'd probably like at least two nicer dinners. Ideally no more than $150 for the four of us (we don't really drink) but we don't travel together much and don't mind splurging a little.
Also, anything we're missing, sightseeing wise on the Google map? Three of us have been to Savannah 25 yrs ago, none of us have been to Charleston. Definite interest in history and gardens. The only musts are the Girl Scout House and Fort Sumter. I know the map is wildly ambitious, but it's for ideas. I've seen this question
and this one
, which I cribbed from and
As an aside, I miss Shoneys from southern road trips and I'm sad there's none closer than 20 miles to either city. Any other fun southern-ish insane breakfast places like that? Shoneys may be more myth from childhood memories.