Rhett and Hank’s Seafood Team up May 1 for Collaboration Dinner Showcasing Southern Coastal Fare

Rhett and Hank’s Seafood Team up May 1 for Collaboration Dinner Showcasing Southern Coastal Fare

Photo: John Alexander

Rhett will be joined by Charleston-based sister restaurant Hank’s Seafood in Savannah for one night only to host a ticketed collaboration dinner in celebration of its forthcoming brand relaunch and Southern Coastal-forward menu. Participating chefs include Rhett’s Executive Chef Javier Hernandez and Hank’s Seafood’s Executive Chef Tim Richardson. Guests will be treated to an elegant, five-course menu showcasing each restaurant’s top seafood dishes.

WHEN: Sunday, May 1, 6pm

WHERE: Rhett, 412 Williamson St, Savannah, GA 31401

WHO: Introduced by Makeready, the brand creator and operator of Rhett; Hosted by Rhett’s Executive Chef Javier Hernandez and Hank’s Seafood’s Executive Chef Tim Richardson.

TICKETS: $135 – available on Eventbrite here

DETAILS: Situated on Savannah’s historic River Street, Rhett is a favorite restaurant among both locals and visitors. Makeready and Rhett’s management teams are thrilled to invite diners to experience a one-time-only five-course dinner menu that delights in Oysters and Champagne to start, She-Crab Soup, Tuna Tartare, a main course featuring local Savannah seafood with wine pairings, plus fan-favorite desserts from Rhett and Hank’s.


Executive Chef Tim Richardson. Photo: Courtesy Hank’s Seafood

Executive Chef Javier Hernandez. Photo: D. Paul Graham

About The Alida Hotel 

Welcome to The Alida, a design-driven space that celebrates the entrepreneurial spirit and creative sensibilities of Savannah. More than a building or a place to bed down, The Alida is a carefully considered experience, an immersive encounter with the revitalized Riverfront Ward and the makers and masters who call Savannah home.

Every detail at The Alida is carefully considered, creating a sense of place grounded with tradition, while always looking ahead. Exposed brick and original artworks, residential furnishings and bold textiles: The Alida embodies past and present, progress and tradition, curated and surprising.

But more than anything, The Alida is about people, committed to restoring River Street and the Riverfront neighborhood to its origins: a communal district centered around creation and enterprise. With a healthy dose of Hostess City’s famous Southern hospitality, The Alida connects travelers with locals, while giving curious travelers room to explore at their own pace.

They celebrate theirrelationships key Lowcountry local partners, such as Savannah College of Art & Design, Stetson and Eny Lee Parker, who have contributed to The Alida’s custom designs and creations. Every wall hanging and light fixture, every event and gathering space, tells their story: the story of Savannah.


Makeready is designed from the ground up to create truly independent restaurant and bar experiences that provide thoughtful service, provisions with individual points of view and concepts that revolve around their own story – Makeready is a different kind of operator. One that provides an opportunity for guests to connect to the world around them, city-by-city and person-by-person. The team lends decades of experience to making sure of it. Makeready is committed to developing independent experiences that are an essential part of each community, cultivating deep, emotional connections across guests, teams, and local brands to create sustainable value for investors. Portfolio spans seven cities currently, with highlights including Frannie and The Fox, Little Palm and Hank’s Seafood Restaurant in Charleston, SC as well as The French Room, City Hall Bistro and Rodeo Bar located in Dallas plus Hidden Bar, Drug Store Coffee and Rare Bird in Nashville, TN.  Find us online at www.makereadyexperience.com or Instagram.