Sandfly BBQ, Savannah

The only thing better than eating amazing BBQ food is eating amazing BBQ food in a 1930’s Streamliner diner car. Sandfly BBQ is Memphis-style BBQ with a Georgia twist. Retro booths and bar stools were filling up when we arrived and we managed to get the last booth. We ordered the Hog Wild sharing platter … More Sandfly BBQ, Savannah

Savannah, Georgia

We drove down the South Carolina coast to Savannah, Georgia and into the sunshine. Our first stop was to Tybee Island, a large beach resort about half an hour from downtown Savannah. The drive to the beach went over swamp land and creeks; this is bayou country. We tried to spot an alligator when we … More Savannah, Georgia

The Tattooed Moose

We’d heard about the Tattooed Moose before we arrived in Charleston after seeing it on Diners, Drive-ins and Dives, and when our Airbnb hosts recommended it too, we knew we needed to go and try the famous duck club with a side of duck fat fries. The Tattooed Moose is a real dive bar on … More The Tattooed Moose

JB’s Smokeshack

“The flavor is in the meat; the sauce is on the side,” says the sign outside JB’s Smokeshack. This is the way of the barbecue in South Carolina. We got a recommendation for JB’s from our Airbnb host Dan (thanks Dan!). It was left off their official restaurant recommendations for guests as it’s a little … More JB’s Smokeshack