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Where must I eat in Savannah and Charleston?

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My husband and I are planning a long weekend in October to these cities (2 nights each). We'll be staying at the Green Palm Inn in Savannah and the French Quarter Inn in Charleston.

We'll have a car but walkable is preferred. We are interested in local cuisine but nothing too rich or heavy (a la Paula Deen). For dinner we prefer to keep entree prices < $30. For lunch, nothing fancy or expensive, just a quick light meal. Also, do we need to make reservations in advance at any of the suggested places?

Anything else we should not miss while in these cities. We do have tickets for the Fall Tour of Homes and Gardens in Charleston, and would like to do walking or carriage tours of each city.

Thanks

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