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Cha Bella

Cha Bella is a farm to table oasis where diners are encouraged to enjoy delicious local dishes in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere — rushing through a meal here is unheard of. Do yourself a favor and go the extra few blocks… Read More

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Sorry Charlie’s Oyster Bar

 Like Savannah, Sorry Charlie’s is a little bit southern and a little bit of the sea. The menu reflects that with items such as hot boiled peanuts, pimento cornbread, low country boil as well as po boys, shrimp rolls, and fresh oysters, sourced both… Read More

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The Grey

The food harbors a distinct Southern essence without veering towards the mundane, or worse still, the butter-laden. The ever evolving menu echoes the combination of new and familiar; food such as the red pea pancakes with cracklin’ and drinks like the Spanish Caravan are crafted… Read More

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Goose Feather’s (an Express Cafe & Bakery)

 One of the more popular breakfast spots, due to it’s location, delicious croissants and bread pudding. The breakfast sandwiches are a favorite. Delivery available in the Historic District.29 Barnard Street(866) 221-1948www.goosefeatherscafe.com

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J Christopher’s

Friendly staff, innovative food, indoor and outdoor seating. We recommend the skillets and the bacon waffles. Outdoor seating and a dog-friendly menu is available for the furry children.122 East Liberty(912) 236-7494

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39 Rue de Jean

We’re always on the lookout for a good happy hour spot, and we have found one in 39 Rue de Jean. This French brasserie, located inside the Embassy Suites, has just the right amount of food and beverage options for its happy… Read More

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B Matthew’s

B Matthews is a favorite for breakfast, lunch, brunch and dinner. The shrimp and grits are great, and the biscuits are a guilty pleasure. Limited outside seating. Excellent choice for brunch, try the turkey-apple sausage.325 E Bay Street(912) 233-1319

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Circa 1875

Highly recommended by our team and Cora Bett herself: “the restaurant is quiet and intimate, but it’s a great gathering place with good French food”. Her favorite are the mojitos with agave nectar. And they made our favorite burger list.48 Whitaker Street, Savannah… Read More

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