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Nestled among its tree covered squares, Savannah, Georgia is blessed with antebellum architectural treasures and premier among the Hostess City’s restored restaurants and inns is its oldest, 17Hundred90. Named for the year it was constructed, 17Hundred90 has been in service since 1976, providing an experience and attention to detail without equal in a historic city which prides itself in showering visitors in the unhurried luxury and service of times gone by. A living time capsule of America’s earliest decades, 17Hundred90 captures the authentic flavor of an eighteenth century river port restaurant and hotel while working diligently to provide wonderful new memories for future guests.Visit
Escape to Paris in Historic Downtown Savannah. Widely known simply as “Rue”, this 2015 addition to the Savannah culinary scene is the sister to its original Downtown Charleston, SC location. Featuring a festive Brasserie and very European atmosphere, Rue is just the right place for a café au lait, leisurely dinner, a lively dinner or drinks with friends.
Located in the historic Downtown District, Alligator Soul is an upscale, unpretentious restaurant that is decidedly unique among fine dining in Savannah.Visit
Your visit to Savannah is not complete without experiencing Aqua Star, critic's choice for "Restaurant with the Best View of the Historic District." Westin's signature restaurant's award-winning chefs specialize in daily fresh seafood, Certified Angus Beef®, and locally inspired cuisine. Indulge in a bubbly experience with Savannah's biggest and most diverse Champagne
and sparkling wine selection. And brunch is a grand affair every Sunday featuring Jazz Legend Ben Tucker. Voted "Best Brunch in Savannah" this profusion of food is a treat for the eyes as well as the palate.Visit
Experience some of the South’s finest cuisine at historic Belford’s, located in the heart of Savannah City Market. Come enjoy some of Savannah’s best steaks, seafood and wine in a casual atmosphere. With a reputation built on superb food and exceptional service, discover why Belford’s is recognized as one of the best restaurants in The Hostess City. We are open daily, with private rooms available for meetings and social events.Visit
After a long hot day in the Savannah sun roaming from shop to shop, square to square, lunch or dinner there's no better place to sit down, cool off with an ice cold Georgia Peach Sangria, and enjoy both Savannah's unique atmosphere & her spectacular food at the same time than The Cafe At City Market. Serving Savannah and her visitors for 25+ years!Visit
Churchill’s is a lively british-inspired restaurant & bar centrally located in the heart of Savannah’s historic district. We offer a range of dining experiences over three stories: Enjoy our new open-air rooftop terrace, historic wine cellar and iconic street-level main bar.Visit
Unlike any other, we offer the finest in dining, service and spirits to satisfy the most discerning palette. Circa 1875 is Savannah's unpretentious, Parisian bistro and pub where one can enjoy delicious French cuisine served with excellence in an authentic old world bistro setting.
We have an extensive wine selection either by the glass or bottle, that is fresh, relevant, and affordable. Our wines are both domestic and old world. Come and relax in this 19th century flair.
Southern hospitality, fine coastal cuisine, and well-chosen wines have made Elizabeth on 37th a favorite destination in Savannah since 1981. Inspired by Chef Elizabeth Terry, Elizabeth on 37th continues to serve a sumptuous combination of traditional and innovative dishes -- directed by Executive Chefs Kelly Yambor and Jeremy Diehl. Owners Greg and Gary Butch manage an outstanding wine program and award-winning service staff in a Victorian mansion built for a wealthy Savannah cotton broker. Dining rooms are decorated with historic Savannah colors and patterns, fresh flowers, original paintings and ceramics.Visit
We opened in 1987 and are still going strong! We serve all of the best New Orleans classics, as well as, some Low country favorites, and who can forget our world famous beignets-served all day! Stop in and check out our Happy Hour or get one of our award winning Bloody Mary’s to enjoy as you stroll down the river. So come on in and see us. Laissez le bon temp rouler!Visit
We welcome you as we begin service of fine, regional Italian fare paired with choice wine and spirits in a lovingly restored turn of the century mansion in historic Savannah, Georgia. This exceptional service will be offered Tuesday through Saturday evening 5pm until 10pm, with bar & patio service beginning at 4:30pm - CLOSED Sundays. With a seating capacity of 120 under the roof the our lovely outdoor patio space(s) also available for your event, we encourage you to connect with our banquet staff as soon as possible, as the calendar fills quickly.Visit
Massie is Savannah's Museum for History & Architecture, offering the Heritage Classroom, Native American artifacts, an interactive city plan, and a history of architecture and historic preservation in Savannah. Your first stop in Georgia's first city.Visit
PS Tavern, your neighborhood tavern away from home. Located in the heart of Historic Savannah, PS Tavern offers excellent food and drinks! Our menu offers a little of everything, but we are best known for our Pizza. The dough and sauce are made in house. Our kitchen is open late nightly. Poker Tuesdays, Music Trivia Wednesday, Trivia Thursday, Bingo Friday, and Karaoke Saturday! Come grab a bite, or catch a game with us!
As a parent of two children I know how difficult it can be to keep the kids busy as the school year comes to a close. Here in Savannah we have many opportunities for children of all ages on your journey to The Hostess City of The South. The first is a place my children love- The Savannah Children’s Museum which is in the same location as the Georgia State Railroad Museum.
The children’s museum is sprawled about an old train depot. The outdoor play area features hours of entertainment including a maze and slides. While you’re inside the gates, tour the Georgia Railroad museum which includes a train ride the children will love. The children’s museum is operated by the Coastal Heritage Society.
In addition to the children’s museum and Georgia State Railroad Museum the Coastal Heritage Society operates a History Museum, Harper Fowlkes House, Old Fort Jackson, and the Pinpoint Heritage Museum. Tickets can be purchased for each museum independently however ask about the combination ticket which includes admission to any three of the Coastal Heritage Society’s Venues over a three day time span for a reduced rate. Another must see for children is the Oakland Island Wildlife Center.
Just a short ride from downtown the family can meander through the forest to see animals such as a Cougar, Red Fox, Bobcat, Wolves, and many more. Be sure to check out the events calendar for the live animal encounter. The admissions cost is structured as the following 18 and up $5.00, 4-7 $3.00, and children 3 and under are free.
Lastly, a 20 minute drive to Skidaway Island will lead you to a destination with two activities for children. The first is the University Of Georgia Aquarium. The aquarium includes numerous small tanks featuring over 200 marine animals, a touch tank, nature trails, and board walk. Admission costs range in the following structure 13-54 $6.00, 3-12 $4.00, 1-2 free, 55 and up $4, military and college students with ID $4.00 Skidaway Island State Park located on the intercostal waterway provides for an excellent opportunity to explore Georgia’s natural wildlife. The six miles of trails pass through salt marshes over bridges, forest, and lead to scenic waterway views. Along the way keep an eye out for crabs, deer, many bird species, and raccoons. Additionally the park offers three playgrounds. Daily admission for the family is $5.00 with an option to rent bicycles for an additional charge.
Savannah offers fun for the whole family. Enjoy visiting what the city has to offer. Please visit the websites for the most up to date information.Visit
Immerse yourself in the history of Savannah while indulging yourself with some of the finest dishes local top chefs prepare. A tour to satisfy any pallet. Savannah Taste Experience is sure to provide an excellent culinary tour in addition to creating an unforgettable journey strolling through the gorgeous squares and historic streets. Everyone will receive the utmost attention as tour sizes are limited. As Savannah Taste Experience says it “Rain or Shine We Dine”. Be sure to pack comfortable walking shoes for meandering through the city with your tour host. Come with an appetite! Numerous stops are along the journey. Looking for a group outing? Savannah Taste Experience has you covered.Visit
Southbound Brewing Company was established in 2013. Enjoy a few of Savannah's finest craft brews in the taproom and beer garden located just outside of the Downtown Historic District. The taproom offers a variety of up to 20 beers on tap in addition to non-alcoholic house made sodas. Pints, flights, 6 packs and growler fills are available for purchase and a food truck is typically on site. The brewery is both family and dog friendly (as long as they are!)Visit
Treylor Park is a unique space within the heart of the historic district in downtown Savannah. Treylor Park offers a upscale cocktail bar inside with restaurant style seating and you can also enjoy the cozy beer garden out back.Visit
Located in beautiful, historic downtown Savannah, Vic’s On The River is the destination for fine Contemporary Southern Cuisine. The main dining room provides an elegant ambience, delicious food, and impeccable service for locals and visitors alike. The restaurant also has facilities for private dining and banquets for parties, receptions, corporate events, and more. Guests of all our dining rooms enjoy the best view of the Savannah River and Hutchinson Island. Come share the experience of Savannah’s rich history and elegant cuisine at Vic’s On The River.Visit