Where To Brunch
The Collins Quarter
151 Bull St
Collins Quarter is an excellent brunch spot. From their lavendar lattes to their avocado toast to decent French toast, this place has got your back if you waked up starved.
The Paris Market
36 W Broughton St
The cafe at the Paris Market is the perfect place to grab a croissant, cappuccino and pretend that you’re in Paris for a few minutes.
Where To Eat
Savannah Picnic Company
Grab a group of people and take advantage of Savannah’s open carry laws. There’s nothing like sipping wine and dining on gourmet charcuterie boards in front of Forsyth Fountain.
Mrs. Wilkes Dining Room
107 W Jones St
If you’re looking for Southern food, look no further. Mrs. Wilkes was once a boarding house and is now a full-time restaurant. Communal seating, no menu – make sure to bring your appetite and conversation.
The Emporium Kitchen and Wine Market
254 E Perry St
The Emporium is a great restaurant to curl up and have some steak frites and red wine.
109 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd
Not only is The Grey housed in an old Greyhound bus station, but the food is pretty spectacular. Chef Mashama Bailey is a magician who turns the most ordinary ingredients into something elevated. Please visit The Grey on your next trip to Savannah.
Where To Drink
4302, 307 Bull St
A super cool speakeasy bar that serves great cocktails. A great spot to start the night.
257 E Perry St
A dope bar at Perry Lane. The Wayward is part great cocktail bar, part vintage arcade. A great spot to start, end, or spend the whole night.
256 E Perry St
If you want views of the Savannah skyline while sipping martinis, Peregrin is your spot.