Born in Savannah, Georgia, 554 East Jones was inspired by the pillars of southern hospitality: charm, home cooking, and butter. Southerners make no apologies for their love of butter, with generations of passed down recipes 



Entertaining and delicious food go hand in hand in the South. Most Southerners know how to whip up a warm peach cobbler or a classic Hummingbird Cake. We make no apologies for loving our tub of lard and embracing tradition in the kitchen, often preparing time-tested recipes passed down through generations. Our thinking in the South is that one dish is never enough, because you never know when you'll have unexpected guests or relatives for dinner. And you can rest assured, slow cooker or cast-iron skillet is almost always involved in cooking comforting and soul-satisfying food emblematic of the South.