The Distillery (I still don't know what they distill, but I know they make a killer rum and diet coke). Then we walked around the charming streets and we ended up on the riverfront for dinner and mom and I feasted on crab and shrimp that I drenched in butter. Yeah, not really healthy, but it was finger likin' good!
Roof Top High Spirits Lounge and drove the 2 hours back to Savannah.
Next day we started eating again and had lunch with friends at Belford's. Mom and I split fried green tomatoes, she-crab stew, and grits, greens, and shrimp. I am loving this grits for every meal thing. I am bringing this home with me for sure.
Tubby's Tank House. Yeah, it's really called that. Right on the water and we saw the most enourmous ships pass by carrying containers. I had never seen anything like that before. It was amazing! They are literally ships loaded with truck loads of stuff.
Garibaldi's Cafe and I couldn't stand it anymore and I needed some red meat and I had a steak with spinach, mashed potatoes, and asparagus. The scallops, oysters, and seafood alfredo were delicious too. I also couldn't resist tasting the Kentucky Pie for dessert. Hey, there is bourbon in there! It's a no brainer. Now I just have to figure out how to recreate it at home and not just get sauced on the bourbon!
~ "Too Lovely" Hot Messes on the road or as I am now calling us "Too Hot" Road Trippin' Mommas!