Savannah, Georgia days continue…A day with a simple and light breakfast at Goose Feathers, beach time at Tybee Island, a little shopping (Parker’s Market was my favorite places), hotel pool relaxation, dinner at Lady and Son’s, music and sightseeing at City Market and a drive through the beautiful streets of Savannah at night.
My husband and I enjoyed wonderful meals at Lady and Son’s Restaurant tonight. As we walked from our hotel through City Market to arrive for our 7:00 reservations our anticipation grew. We were delighted to arrive 20 minutes early and immediately directed to our table. The surprise of the night was that we were eating on the third floor…didn’t realize that the restaurant was on all three levels. The movement to our table via entry door, elevator and long hallway was very well organized and greetings received from friendly staff at each entrance. Our table was by a window where we could see people moving about the street. We were hardly seated when a nice gentlemen brought us a garlic biscuit and hoe cake. Our waiter Michael welcomed us and explained the menu. I opted for one of the specials…Grilled beef tenderloin topped with bleu cheese butter. Served with garlic mashed potatoes and sauteed spinach and mushrooms. Accompanied by bacon wrapped scallops. It was delicious!!
|Lady and Son’s garlic biscuit and hoe cake! Yummy!|
Another visit to the Paula Deen store followed. This was not our first visit and probably will not be our last. I purchased another cookbook …imagine that!