Lady & Sons for Dinner?
Will be in Savannah at the end of Sept. Since it's my first trip and I will be a tourist, thought I should try Lady & Sons. Most of the talk is about the lunch buffet. Any comments regarding dinner there? Thanks.
It might be worth one visit, my mom wanted to go so we went, I thought it was expensive for southern food. We had sweet tea, fried chicken, johnny cakes. I would go back if someone made me , but not on my own.
My mother, sister, and sister-in-law were visiting Savannah last week and went for lunch Thursday. Made reservations in person at 9:00 that morning for 1:00 and were promptly seated. They got back there a little early and went to the gift shop where Paula's sons were graciously signing books and posing with customers for pictures.
All three gals had a fine time and the banana pudding afficianado declared it the best she'd had. Lunch buffet is 13.99. A lot for a Southern buffet? Yes, but you can certainly spend more on lunch downtown.
And, you've eaten at Lady & Sons when you go back home.
I would much rather eat there than the experience of Mrs Wilkes herding in to large tables with fellow tourists and passing around bowls of whatever they're cooking that day.
Mrs Wilkes doesn't serve alcoholic beverages. Paula's has full bar service. And is open for dinner. And has menu offerings besides the buffet.