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October 6, 2011
by Coach Bear
April 18, 2003
My wife and I try to visit Love’s whenever we go to the Savannah area, which is at least three times per year. The specialty of Love’s is seafood (as can be determined from the name), and a large variety can be prepared fried, steamed, broiled, or grilled. One of the popular plates includes a filet of fish, shrimp, rock shrimp, oysters, scallops, crab cakes, catfish, potatoes, slaw, and corn. The fried catfish can be ordered as an all-you-can-eat plate. For my most recent meal I chose the alligator tails as an appetizer, then followed it with the seafood platter. My wife had a wonderful grilled and blackened salmon. Upon completion of the meal, a choice of key lime pie, cobblers, and cakes are available for dessert. Perhaps one can get a sense of the large variety of food available by my description.
The visitor to Love’s will never go away hungry. The waitresses are ready to serve you with traditional Southern hospitality, the food is plentiful and delicious, and you will have a very relaxing, pleasant dining experience whenever you visit Love’s.
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