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Savannah Dining Guide

With hundreds of restaurants to choose from to sample the local cuisine, dining in historic Savannah, GA and the surrounding area is a remarkable and unforgettable experience for all palates.

From casual to upscale, ordinary to extraordinary, simple to gourmet, and everything in between, it's all here. If you love food, Savannah is the place to visit!

Savannah Dining Guide
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Savannah Dining

Mrs. Wilkes's Boarding House, W. Jones near Whitaker, lower level. An original Savannah experience. Offers genuine southern home cooking served family style. Locals and tourists enjoy the convivial family dining.

SOHO South Cafe 12 W. Liberty Street, centrally located in Savannah's historic district. Adorable and comfortable funky decor in an old car garage with a large menu of great salads, sandwiches, and more. Artwork, crafts and books also for sale. Favorite of locals too. Outside tables also available.

Lady & Sons, W. Congress and Whitaker. A popular Savannah experience, made even more popular with the exponential explosion of Paula Deen and sons on the Food Network. Reservations for lunch are taken beginning at 9:30AM. Expect a wait.

Wiley's Championship BBQ Corner of Highway 80 and Island's Expressway (out President Street Extension), 10 minutes from downtown Savannah. Often the top rated Savannah restaurant on TripAdvisor.com, the "barbecue joint" features championship quality beef, chicken and port BBQ complemented by homemade southern sides daily for lunch (11a-2p) and supper (5p-8p). Closed on Sunday.

Gallery Espresso, Corner of Bull and Perry Streets. Outside seating on Chippewa Square makes this arty coffee shop even more appealing to locals and tourists alike. A large, almost daunting, menu of coffees, teas, sweets and sandwiches is sure to satisfy your hunger, while the abundant local art on display feeds the mind.

Walls BBQ, 515 E. York Lane (on a lane, that is, an alley, just behind Oglethorpe Avenue in the Historic District, 232-9754.) Insiders know this is a true Savannah experience. The best crab cakes in Savannah, lots of yummy vegetables, and homemade desserts. Hard to find but well worth it.

The Hyatt Regency Hotel is right on the water and has a decent restaurant that has fabulous views of the river. It is possible to eat breakfast right next to the window while a huge container ship passes within maybe 100 feet.

Pirates' House, E. Broad near E. Bay. A Savannah tradition next to the historic Trustee Garden. The place to go with kids. Yo-ho-ho!

Express Cafe & Bakery, 39 Barnard St. Locals and tourists enjoy reasonably priced breakfast, lunch, snacks in a comfortable setting, just south of Ellis Square.
B. Matthew's Eatery, 325 E. Bay on the bluff overlooking the River.

Johnny Harris, 1651 E. Victory Drive. Old school Savannah BBQ place. Eat in the kitchen for a casual meal, in the bar for a cozy feel, or in the ballroom for a more spiffy dinner. The fried chicken is the best in town. The BBQ sauce is a classic.

The Gryphon Tea Room A tea room, owned by the Savannah College of Art and Design, in an old pharmacy on Madison Square. Tea and atmosphere are excellent, but service and food often disappoint.

700 Drayton Restaurant, in the Mansion on Forsyth Park hotel. A fine cuisine restaurant and cocktail lounge located in historic downtown Savannah, adorned with chic artwork, stunning chandeliering, and the full restoration and artistic touches of the original 1888 Savannah Mansion.

Georges, on Tybee Island. Excellent upscale cuisine.

Mellow Mushroom. Laid-back pizza restaurant with full bar, good pizza, and many vegetarian options.

The Pink Pig. Charming BBQ restaurant just across the Savannah River!

Angel's BBQ, 21 W Oglethorp Ln, Hole-in-the-wall but hip BBQ joint with a handful of tables, very large sauce selection, and lots of vibe.

The Bay Cafe #1 Jefferson Street, beneath Club One. Full Service Food and Drink 5p-3a 7 days a week.

Byrd Cookie Company. A hometown favorite, this Savannah cookie company offers a multitude of favorites but make sure to try their famous Scottish Oatmeals!

River Street Sweets. A must for Savannah visitors, this candy shops makes the candy right in front of you. You can buy home made fudge or their world famous pralines.

Savannah Rum Runners. This local cake shop offers delicious rum cakes as well as other fine treats.

Leopold's Ice Cream. A nostalgic soda fountain, ice cream parlor and sandwich shoppe re-created by Savannahian and Hollywood movie producer, Stratton Leopold. The original shoppe was on the corner of Habersham and Gwinnett Streets, just down the street from the birthplace of Johnny Mercer, Savannah's "Huckleberry Friend" and legendary lyricist known best perhaps for "Moon River," made famous in "Breakfast at Tiffany's" and for "Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah," made famous in Walt Disney's "Song of the South."












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