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Savannah is Georgia’s finest coastal city full of southern charm. Known for its manicured parks, horse-drawn carriages and antebellum architecture, Savannah offers a wide range of allure for its residents and visitors alike. A true pinnacle of southern American cities, one can enjoy all Savannah has to offer year-round.
A discerning collection of our favorite places to eat in Savannah.
The Olde Pink House
A piece of history all its own, The Olde Pink House is one of Savannah’s best lunch spots for classic southern cuisine. This wealthy planter’s home held many secret meetings which helped to secure the colonies’ independence from England. Enjoy our favorite comfort dishes in this elegant mansion built in 1771.
23 Abercorn Street, Savannah, GA
The Collins Quarter
This decadent brunch cafe is one of our favorite eateries in Savannah, with locations in the city’s historic district on Bull Street and Forsyth Park. Styled after Melbourne’s historic Collins Street, The Collins Quarter brings Australia’s cafe capitol to Georgia’s coast. With everything from Coconut Chia Pudding to Crab Cake Benedict, Collins Quarter has all the fixings your heart desires.
151 Bull Street, Savannah, GA
Lunch & Dinner
The Vault Kitchen and Market is a renovated, local bank turned industrial-chic eatery. After the bank closed in 2013, the restaurant’s owners sought the location because of its 50+ year history serving the Savannah community. This Asian fusion spot is nothing short of a rich and fresh dining experience for any occasion.
2112 Bull Street, Savannah, GA
More Must Tries
Centrally located in the heart of Savannah’s Landmark Historic District, Husk transforms the essence of southern food. With a menu that changes with what the region’s producers provide daily, fresh, ingredient-driven cuisine is this restaurant’s specialty. With elegant seating areas and a private dining room, this colonial mansion is the best retreat for a romantic evening in Savannah’s historic district.
12 W Oglethorpe Avenue, Savannah, GA
Fox & Fig Cafe
The Fox and Fig Cafe is Savannah’s premier vegan cafe with a modern feel and plant-based espresso bar. Featuring an all-day brunch menu and delicious vegan desserts, this place is a must-try for every health nut.
321 Habersham Street, Savannah, GA
The Paris Market
This unique Parisian cafe is a one-of-a-kind experience. With delicious coffees and breakfast items, The Paris Market offers plenty to see and do while you visit. The eclectic European decor and cozy atmosphere makes one feel right at home, and the cafe offers an array of unique gifts and items to purchase.
36 W Broughton Street, Savannah, GA
The Grey Market
The Grey Market has everything your heart desires, from bacon, egg and cheese on a roll to the perfect ingredients for a romantic evening on the go. With a convenient shop of their best-selling items and ingredients, this is the spot for a yummy breakfast, lunch or dinner on the town.
109 Jefferson Street, Savannah, GA
One of the finest restaurants in Savannah, 700 Drayton offers a dining experience like no other. The restaurant’s Bösendorfer Lounge is a destination itself, offering sultry music, stirring conversation, and a rare Bösendorfer piano. 700 Drayton also offers private dining in their Carriage Wine Cellar. Featuring southern coastal cuisine and a unique, European-style atmosphere, 700 Drayton is a must-try when visiting Savannah.
700 Drayton Street, Savannah, GA
A discerning collection of our favorite places to stay in Savannah.
Small Hotel/Bed & Breakfast
Built in 1892, the Kehoe House is an award-winning bed and breakfast situated in the heart of Savannah’s historic district on Columbia Square. It’s the perfect place for a romantic getaway, wedding or anniversary. One of the most photographed mansions in Savannah, the Kehoe House is the most picturesque place to retire from a day of exploring in the southern city. Amenities include daily gourmet breakfast, a wine and hors d’oeuvres reception, homemade cookies, and turndown service. The house also features a private garden and veranda for guests to enjoy the outdoors during their stay.
123 Habersham Street, Savannah, GA
Perry Lane Hotel
A luxury collection hotel, Perry Lane strives to provide guests with a refreshed take on luxury and a taste of southern warmth. Part of the Marriott luxury collection, the Perry Lane Hotel boasts 167 elegant guest rooms, including 12 suites, each telling the story of the beautiful historic city.
256 E Perry Street, Savannah, GA
The Mansion On Forsyth Park
Old-world mansion meets modern amenities in this luxury stay in the heart of Savannah. Overlooking the iconic Forsyth Park, this mansion provides guests with elegance and unique experiences such as afternoon tea, cooking classes, an art gallery and spa.
700 Drayton Street, Savannah, GA
A discerning collection of our favorite places to play in Savannah.
Something For Everyone
You will certainly get your shopping fix in Savannah. Take an afternoon stroll down Broughton Street, or peruse through City Market for home furnishings, gourmet food and fine jewelry. Savannah is full of fun and unique shops, such as Satchel, a leather-goods studio and boutique on Liberty Street.
Broughton Street, Savannah, GA
219 W Bryan Street, Savannah, GA
4 E Liberty, Savannah, GA
Museums & Galleries
Take a trip to the Telfair Academy, a collection of galleries boasting infamous sculptures and paintings in its beautiful, historic walls. Built in 1819 by William Jay, this mansion turned museum is a must-see. Kobo Gallery, a collective group of painters, photographers, jewelers and sculptors is another gallery you won’t want to skip.
207 W York Street, Savannah, GA
33 Barnard Street, Savannah, GA