It was around 30 minutes to noon. I talked to the bartender about this drink called the Chatham Artillery Punch. He said it was a popular drink but he could only serve me one or two but not more. I guess it was FULLY LOADED.
So I ordered it. It was strong but I didn't like it as much.
Feeling hungry, and since lunch time was approaching I asked him about the specials and recommendations. He told me to get the Pine Park Stew their signature dish. So I did.
I cannot wait to dig in.
The kettle still has a second serving left. All for just $15.00. That's a steal for lunch.
It was by far the best thing I have had in Savannah. I thought the Olde Pink House food was great - which is was, but this was waaaaaay better.
After lunch, I needed to get a walk in since I had two serving portions. I enjoyed walking around the cobble stone streets.
I headed back to the First African American Baptist Church to see if it was open.
Went through the side entrance.
Walked around bloated and still happy about the delicious meal. Then sat at a park bench and meditated for a while.
And then headed out to meet my college buddy Saderrick in Statesboro, Georgia.
I cannot stop thinking about how great the food was at the Shrimp Factory. Thank you for the indirect suggestion Courtney. I know you asked me to try the Chatham Artillery Punch. It was definitely strong, but kind of too fruity tasting for me. And had I not attempted to try it out, I would have never ever tasted the deliciousness of their signature dish: the Pine Park Stew. Oh sweet little piece of heaven.