The Grey

Someday soon, I need to make a visit back down to Savannah, Georgia. Not only has it been too long since my last stay, but I keep reading about new, incredible spots to visit. Like this one, The Grey, an old art deco Greyhound Bus Terminal converted into a gleaming and gorgeous new restaurant. 

Parts and Labor Design undertook the preservation/conservation effort as well as the stellar interior design which is a mix of old and new. Chef Mashama Bailey is at the helm (formerly of Prune in NYC) and one can expect a mix of elevated southern, soulful food here, like Sizzling Smoky Pig and Catfish Tagine.

The space is divided into four zones; the oak paneled bar in front, the main dining area in back, then two private dining rooms. 

The Grey is now officially on my to-do list, much like Hugh Acheson's new spot, The Florence. So many spots, so little time...but at least they're on the list. 

 

Images:  Emily Andrews; davelandweb.com; The Grey     Content: Sweet Peach