The restaurant is located downstairs and was cool and inviting. It has attractive exposed brick walls, low-ish light and dark wood. All and all, a place that you would want to hang out and eat some creatures (they offer many varieties) and drink some drinks.
My sis and I rolled into Alligator Soul around 6pm, a bit sweaty and disheveled, and sat at the bar, because we didn't have a reservation and just wanted a couple of drinks and shrimp n' grits.
Disclaimer- because both my sister and I are shrimp n' grits enthusiasts- we call it "shree and gree" and are pretty much over enthusiastic about it....
This was ***The Best Shrimp n' Grits**** either one of us ever had! We gushed about it liberally to the bartender who took care of us, Anna, and we had a good time chatting with her.
Then we ordered the Alligator Andouille, so we could say we ate some alligator in Georgia. It was good, and luckily tasted like chicken.
Then we got a surprise from the kitchen. The chef sent us an amuse bouche of pulled wild boar with cheddar crumble. A totally tasty bite, and it made us feel very VIP.
Why isn't this rated higher that #47??? I highly doubt Savannah has that restaurants better than Alligator Soul.
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