Clutter – an array of one of a kind vintage, repurposed, consigned, and antique pieces
Annabelle’s (Sandfly) – home decor, baby items, men items, beddings, clothing, fashion accessories and much more
The Paris Market – a storehouse of treasures from the world’s most exotic and exclusive markets AND a divine cafe to boot
Palm Avenue – Lilly Pulitzer, Jack Rogers, Trina Turk, and Vineyard Vines Women
All that shopping was fueled by an array of divine local eats. After the shops, I think the restaurants are my second favorite thing about visiting home!
Byrd Cookie Company – sophisticated comfort food; don’t miss the grilled ceasar salad and ice cream cookie sammies (scotch oatmeal is my fave)
Back in the Day Bakery – their artisan sammies are soooo good (I love the farmwich with butterbean spread and fresh veggies) but leave loads of room for dessert. I went with a petite cupcake, but don’t miss the banana pudding and lavender shortbread cookies if it’s your first visit.
Now, I realize that we can’t all just hop down to Savannah at the drop of a hat… or even to Georgia or the South for that matter. So it seems fortuitous that the latest Georgia Crafted box to come across my desk is themed #GeorgiaEats. In partnership with The Georgia Department of Economic Development’s Tourism division, the August box contains a small sample of some of the best flavors offered across the state.
Each box will come with five amazing Georgia food products PLUS other culinary themed items from every corner of the Peach State. I had a little birdie tell me this amazing bamboo cutting board just might be one of those items!!
In case I’ve peaked your interest, hop on over to Georgia Crafted by July 31!!
With that, I’m off to down some MORE iconic Georgia eats myself… this time in the form of Mother’s ham, butter beans and scalloped potatoes.