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It’s no secret that Southern food is a big deal in Savannah! Foodies from across the nation come to Savannah just to get a taste of dishes like crispy fried chicken, collard greens with hot pepper sauce, and flavorful red rice.
There are plenty of spots in Savannah that serve up Southern cuisine, but if you want to go where the locals get their soul food, look no further than Sisters of the New South.
Sisters of the New South has a laidback, family-friendly atmosphere, most notably marked with its cafeteria-style serving. Friendly food servers will help guide you through the restaurant’s selection of over two dozen hot food items, which includes a variety of meat for main courses and side dishes like candied yams, macaroni and cheese, lima beans, collard greens, red rice, cabbage and more.
Don’t say we didn’t warn you – it’s best to show up to Sisters of the New South with a hearty appetite! No matter what dinner main course you choose – oxtails, liver and onions, fried or baked chicken, hamburger steak, or fired oysters – you’ll also get three generously portioned side dishes. You certainly won’t leave here feeling hungry!
Sisters of the New South puts an emphasis on prices you can afford. That’s why they offer an unbeatable lunch special that includes your choice of fried or baked chicken, hamburger steak, or liver and onions as well as two sides of your choice for under $8. It’s no wonder why this is the “it” lunch spot for Savannah’s locals!
Feeding a large group? Let Sisters of the New South do the cooking for you! Catering is made easy at Sisters of the New South – just choose which items you want on their website and give 24 hours’ notice.
In Savannah, it’s common to see Sisters of the New South catering weddings, rehearsal dinners, family reunions and office luncheons. Basically, if you’re a local, you know a thing or two about Sisters of the New South.