Best of the Sporting South


  • Food & Drink

    Savannah has never been at the red-hot center of the culinary universe, but with serious chops, plenty of moxie, and one of the country’s hottest new restaurants, Chef Bailey is changing that—and proving that sometimes you actually can go home again

  • Arts & Culture

    In the summer of 1948, George H. W. Bush loaded his car in distant Connecticut and headed to the Lone Star State, a move that would shape the man and launch the future president’s political career

  • Good Dogs

    For a hunt that combines history, tradition, beauty, and some of the most challenging wing shooting you will ever encounter, cross the pond for a British driven shoot

  • Land & Conservation

    An artist resumes a childhood obsession with the fish of his youth

  • Made in the South Awards

    Jeff Robbins’s throwback vessels are keeping a Southern tradition afloat

  • Made in the South Awards

    Three Lowcountry restaurant veterans are taking soft drinks back to their natural—and Southern—roots

  • Made in the South Awards

    In small-town Florida, a self-taught luthier builds world-class instruments

  • Made in the South Awards

    A new class of Southern artisans have turned their passion for craftsmanship and quality into a way of life

  • Travel

    Lloyd Davidson has always been prone to wanderlust and wild ideas, but even those who know the Tennessee native could never have predicted he’d be the best hope to save the scarlet macaw

  • Made in the South Awards

    A heritage clothing company resurrects itself, one sharp jacket at a time

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