*As seen on page 127 of South's October/November DineSouth Issue
Tequila’s Town is devoted to preserving authentic Mexican traditions, even as it gives them an inspired twist.
Pay a visit to Morelia, Michoacán and you’ll find yourself immersed in regional culinary traditions that value delicious ingredients and time-honored techniques. Or, if you’re pressed for time and want that same experience closer to home, head to Tequila’s Town.
Temo and his crew have brought Morelia’s mouth-watering traditions to Savannah and Skidaway Island, infusing each dish with a fresh perspective and a delightfully modern twist. From the street tacos to the delectable array of Tex-Mex and traditional favorites, every succulent bite blends traditional fare with contemporary flair in a festive, family-friendly atmosphere. Want to kick it up a notch? Their private-label hot Habanero salsa is a locally made fiery treat you can take home for $4.95 a bottle.
But of course with a name like Tequila’s Town you’d expect that Mexico’s most famous spirit would be given a place of honor and you’d be correct. More than 80 small-batch and artisanal tequilas inform the area’s best roundup of tequilas, mezcals and sotols, including the restaurant’s private-label Tequila Blanco.
109 Whitaker St., Savannah, GA / 7360 Skidaway rd, Savannah, GA
912.236.3222 / 912.226.3307
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