You won't go hungry in this Southern town. Check out these Savannah restaurants to keep you full from breakfast to dessert.
Our culinary tour of Savannah's restaurants will keep you full and satisfied from dusk to dawn. You'll get to experience Southern food at its best at restaurants like Olde Pink House, Elizabeth on 37th, and Gryphon Tea Room. So, plot out your restaurant attack on Savannah with these suggestions and be sure to bring your appetite.
How locals do brunch. Try the Bay Street Scramble, a gorgeous amalgamation of all that’s right with the morning. B. Matthews Eatery, located in the heart of the historic district, also serves lunch and dinner. 325 East Bay Street; 912/233-1319
Gallery Espresso is your classic coffeehouse, complete with huge mugs of brew and flaky croissants. 234 Bull Street; 912/233-5348
Lunch like a lady at this century-old apothecary turned salad, sandwich, and tea shop. 337 Bull Street; 912/525-5880
At Back in the Day Bakery, sandwiches on artisan bread, cupcakes, and ’nana pudding are served up in a pastel-painted former gas station. 2403 Bull Street; 912/495-9292
Slurp on a rum-based Tutti Frutti cone studded with Georgia pecans at Leopold's Ice Cream. 212 East Broughton Street; 912/234-4442
Leoci's Trattoria boasts Supple housemade pastas (and bocce out back!). 606 Abercorn Street; 912/335-7027
Sit in the piano bar downstairs to get the local Savannah flavor (she-crab soup, shrimp and grits) without the fine-dining fuss. 23 Abercorn Street; 912/232-4286
Elizabeth on 37th is the place to splurge. We swear by the spicy red rice with sausage, okra, and sweet Georgia shrimp. 105 East 37th Street; 912/236-5547
Local 11 Ten serves up killer cocktails in a stylish revamp of a mid-century bank. 1110 Bull Street; 912/790-9000
A chocolate-sinner’s safe house, Lulu's Chocolate Bar is stocked with candy-flavored martinis, overstuffed layer cakes, and fondue. 42 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.; 912/238-2012