From all-day cafes to barbecue joints and fish camps, check out where to eat and drink around the South. With recipes and stories from your favorite restaurants and chefs, use our guides to help you plan your next outing.

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The dining room at Tarpon Lodge & Restaurant
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Tarpon Lodge & Restaurant

Tarpon Lodge & Restaurant is a historical landmark. Built in 1926, the former fishing lodge is overflowing with “Old Florida” charm.

Interior of the Salt Line Bethesda
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The Salt Line Bethesda

The Salt Line in Bethesda Row marries New England and Chesapeake Bay seafood with a focus on sustainability and locally sourced ingredients. 

A sandwich next to a book at doc ford's rum bar & grille
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Doc Ford’s Rum Bar & Grille

Doc Ford’s Rum Bar & Grille is a homage to Randy Wayne White’s character and offers a menu focused on fresh seafood with a Caribbean flair.

Interior of Jungle Bird Tiki with a neon sign
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Jungle Bird Tiki

Step onto the patio of Jungle Bird Tiki and find yourself transported to another world where nearly everything is draped in greenery.

Saltbox Seafood Joint with Ricky Moore in the Window
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Saltbox Seafood Joint

Saltbox Seafood joint may have single-handedly placed Durham on the map when it comes to fresh-caught seafood and down-to-earth fixings. 

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Visit Snackbar for a dimly lit, hunting club-inspired interior and nourishing meals of earthy Mississippi- and Indian-style "Bubba brasserie"

Metzger Bar Butchery Metzger Bar Butchery
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Metzger Bar & Butchery

An homage to the Union Hill neighborhood of Richmond, Virginia, Metzger Bar and Butchery offers modern twists on classic German, French, Italian, Austrian & European cuisine.

Chauhan's Meat Three
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Chauhan Ale and Masala House

From Top Chef winner Maneet Chauhan, Nashville's Chauhan Ale and Masala House melds Indian and Western cooking traditions in a colorful space.

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There is no finer brunching room in Louisiana than Brennan's, offering a classical, Southern experience that goes beyond benedicts and bananas foster.

Exterior of The Grey in Savannah
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The Grey

The Grey, Savannah, is a formerly segregated 1938 Greyhound Bus terminal transformed into an essential American dining destination.