Savannah is home to a plethora of amazing restaurants, and three of them are about to have a national spotlight shined on them, the Savannah Morning News reports.
The Cooking Channel show “Southern and Hungry” features hosts Damaris Phillips and Rutledge Wood questing through the south on the hunt for enticing eats, according to the network’s website.
Restaurants featured on the show this season include Treylor Park, Walls Bar B Que and Savannah Seafood Shack. In its debut season, “Southern and Hungry” will be making a few other stops within striking distance of Beaufort County, including Charleston and Moncks Corner, according to the episode descriptions on the network’s website.
At each location the hosts try signature, and sometimes offbeat dishes, like Treylor Park’s peanut butter and jelly chicken wings or the waffle cone of fried oysters available at Savannah Seafood Shack, the Savannah newspaper reported.
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Savannah’s restaurants will be featured on the show over the next three weeks, with Treylor Park’s episode airing this Monday at 10 p.m., Walls Bar B Que showing on Oct. 24 and the Savannah Seafood Shack episode airing Oct. 30.