Ideal for people-watching, this riverside spot also offers great views of passing ships. So far as Southern food goes, Huey's is decidedly more New Orleans than Coastal Georgia, but it's not too far from home, as you'll discover with one bite of the sinfully rich beignets served with praline sauce—they are a taste of perfection. Although lunch and dinner items like po'boys and muffaletta accompanied by red beans and rice are delicious, the breakfast and brunch menu is
the highlight. Pair one of the Bloody Marys (among the best in the city) with eggs Sardou, an eggs Benedict dish where the Canadian bacon is replaced by a garlicky spinach and artichoke concoction. The menu is definitely kid-friendly, too, so this can be a good option for families.