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Nutritious Jane Dec 13, 2006 05:08 PM

Good place for real local seafood?

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    Choppedonion RE: Nutritious Jane Dec 16, 2006 08:14 AM

    The last time I was in Savannah, We went to the Pirates House. They do have some local favorites, like She-Crab Soup.

    1. Tomatokid RE: Nutritious Jane Dec 16, 2006 11:39 AM

      Savannah Seafood-
      Bonna Bella Yacht Club!!! The last great little locals spot. It's hard to find, but worth it.
      Marshside Mama's on Dafuskie Island is awesome, but cold in a boat this time of year.
      Russo's Seafood, the venerable wholesaler, has opened up a dining room next to their store on Abercorn in the victorian district.
      For regular ole fried shrimp and grouper, and weekend fresh catches, you really can't beat Tubby's Tankhouse in Thunderbolt. They get all their seafood from local folks and Georgia Shrimpers!
      AJ's on Tybee Island does a great job, too. But it's a little far from downtown.
      STAY AWAY from The Pirates House!!!!!! Ownership has changed hands 3 times this year,during that time almost all the original little old ladies that put so much love into the food were dismissed by every new owner, the food is terrible at best.
      Hope this has helped.
      HappyEating

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