Paula Deen’s Savannah

By Antoinette Weil

Literary Travelers have been flocking to Savannah, Georgia to take in its rich history and literary scene for decades. The river city’s popularity absolutely ballooned after the best-selling novel (and subsequent film), Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil. Now, Civil War buffs, literary aficionados, and good-time seekers alike make up Savannah’s robust tourism industry.

Admittedly, and please don’t hold it against me, one of my favorite parts of travel is eating. Trying new foods in new places, experiencing different cultures through the mouth and stomach, and the ...

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