When they say this is a must-visit in Savannah, they aren’t kidding. Every morning, before the dining room opens at 11 a.m., a line forms outside of the door, with diners eager to get inside to enjoy lunch at communal tables. Only open until 2 p.m., it’s a short window to enjoy the home-style Southern cooking served here. The name says it all: this dining room is part of Mrs. Sema Wilkes’ boardinghouse, located in historic downtown Savannah. The menu changes daily but features fried chicken, meat loaf, candied yams, collared greens, fried okra, macaroni and cheese and other classic dishes of the South.