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Summer Getaway from Savannah to Charleston

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Photo: Jessica Schwartzberg

Southerners live by their stomachs, and nowhere more so than in the low country of coastal South Carolina and Georgia—a simple two-day getaway.

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Themes: Food + Drink

Hotels (2)

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    Fulton Lane Inn

    Stay at this unassuming inn in the heart of Charleston’s downtown.

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    Rhett House Inn

    Spend the night in Beaufort at the 190-year-old antebellum plantation manse one block from the Intercoastal Waterway.

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Restaurants (5)

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    P.M. King’s Grocery

    Stop in for ribs or a freshly made shrimp-salad sandwich.

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    Pepper’s Porch

    Enjoy Low Country Boil, served under ghostly Spanish moss tresses.

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    Bluffton Oyster Factory

    Be sure to stop by to watch Gullah women hand-shuck buckets of briny May River bounty.

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    Tristan

     

    Bold, modern, global spot with chef Nate Whiting. Order the she-crab soup, loaded with the sweet meat.

     

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    Mrs. Wilkes' Dining Room

    Down-home goodness is served from 11 a.m. sharp each day: platters of fried chicken, vegetables swathed in bacon grease, and tufts of mashed sweet

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Activities (2)

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    Charleston Tea Plantation

    Tour the plantation, which grows the tea leaves used in Firefly sweet tea vodka, distilled down the road.

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    Wood Brothers

    A general store that will sell you a pouch of boiled peanuts (the unofficial state snack).

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