Above: Seafood boudin at The Grey in Savannah, Georgia

An influx of imaginative young chefs, plus talented native cooks and a distinctive cooking style to inspire and anchor culinary innovation, has madeCharlestonandSavannahtwo of the leading food cities in the United States over the past 10 years. Here’s a selection of our favorite restaurants in each city.

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Above: Seafood boudin at The Grey in Savannah, Georgia

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