Kitchens on the Square, Savannah

By Alison Rinehardt Mauldin •

Published in Products,travel
Photo by Joshua Mauldin

For someone who loves to cook, Kitchens on the Square is like a field trip to a toy store. We discovered this place while wandering around Savannah, and quickly fell in love with their bright, quirky vibe. The owners were incredibly friendly and welcoming, as well as talented: Kitchens on the Square screen prints their own designs onto flour sack towels. I bought one that makes light of one of my daily struggles.


Kitchens on the Square is a local gem unique to Savannah. Wouldn’t you agree that the best kind of souvenirs are the ones for your kitchen? (Or ones you can wear.) Not planning a trip to Savannah any time soon? Get your fix on their website.

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