This Savannah institution has been in business since 1924 (the present location dates from 1936), though today it seems more like an upscale, 1950s diner. After all these years the two specialties of the house remain the famed “bar-B-que” meats, and the “batterless” fried chicken (the Johnny Harris Famous Bar-B-Que Sauce Company was a spin-off), but everything is good. I really like the half hickory-smoked chicken and the baby-back ribs, brushed with their totally addictive spicy honey BBQ sauce.