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Things to Do

Where to Eat

Breakfast & Brunch



It’s in “The Book.” Within walking distance, and a neighborhood staple for generations!

404 Abercorn St
(912) 233-0402


The best grits in the foolin’! The service is good, the staff is focused and friendly, and the food will keep you going for a day full of wandering around the squares.

28 Drayton Street
(912) 232-6628

Goose feather’s (an Express Cafe & Bakery)

One of the more popular breakfast spots, due to it’s location, delicious croissants and bread pudding. Delivery available in the Historic District.

29 Barnard Street
(866) 221-1948

J Christopher’s

Friendly staff, innovative food, indoor and outdoor seating. We recommend the skillets and the bacon waffles! Dog-friendly menu is available for the furry children.

122 East Liberty
(912) 236-7494

B Matthew’s

The shrimp and grits are great, and the biscuits are guilty pleasures! Excellent choice for brunch, try the turkey-apple sausage.

325 E Bay Street
(912) 233-1319

Soho South Cafe

A favorite of Cora Bett’s, she eats here frequently! Salmon BLT, crab cake sandwiches; the menu is simple yet covers the spectrum.

12 W Liberty
(912) 233-1633


Downtown Snacks & Cocktails


The Public

Lunch or dinner: meet friends, eat a burger or try the always-amazing specials. Dine outside or in, try the rooftop deck!!

1 West Liberty
(912) 200-4045

Soho South Cafe

A favorite of Cora Bett’s — she eats here frequently! Salmon BLT, crab cake sandwiches; the menu is simple yet covers the spectrum.

12 W Liberty
(912) 233-1633

Huey’s on the River

Wonderful place for southern food with great outdoor seating. Beignets highly recommended.

29 Barnard Street
(866) 221-1948

Circa 1875

Recommended by Cora Bett herself: “the restaurant is quiet and intimate, but it’s a great gathering place with good French food”. Her fave is the mojitos with agave nectar. And they made our favorite burger list.

48 Whitaker Street
(912) 443-1875

Rocks on the Roof

A great place to relax, enjoy the scenery and take some pics of the city; situated at the top of the Bohemian Hotel.

102 West Bay
(912) 721-3800


The gorgeous and secluded hideaway on the roof of Local 11Ten. It’s cozy seating, great views, great homemade drinks and yummy snacks!

1110 Bull Street (above Local 11Ten)
(912) 790-9000


Tybee Snacks & Cocktails


The Quarter Sports Bar & Grill

Locally owned, the place to be for sports, fun, & “Licka Drinks”. Voted best bartender & Local Hangout for over 3 years! To-Go orders are a plus!

6011st Street, Tybee Island
(912) 786-8966

The Sand Bar

Great drinks, friendly staff, and trivia nights, it’s a great place to find locals and live music.

1512 Butler Ave, Tybee Island
(912) 786-8304

Benny’s Tavern

Great after a long day, this local bar has been voted “coldest beer” multiple times... it’s the definition of “dive bar”, and full of locals, karaoke, and fried food.

1517 Butler Ave, Tybee Island

(912) 312-1560

Tybee Time

“Come Get You Some”, this ocean-front bar was voted “best daiquiris” in 2014.

1603 Strand Ave, Tybee Island
(912) 786-7150

CoCo’s Sunset Grille

Best margarita on the island, the drinks and fresh seafood make this marsh-side hideaway a great place to sit on the patio and relax with friends.

1A Old US Hwy 80, Tybee Island
(912) 786-7810

Sting Ray’s

Great music, gentle ocean breezes, hush puppies, outdoor seating, and many “best-of” awards, the casual atmosphere and fresh seafood makes this a spot to revisit over & over.

1403 Butler Ave, Tybee Island
(912) 786-0209


Casual Dining Savannah


Crystal Beer Parlor

The epitome’ of local Savannah: cozy up to the bar or eat in the dinig room. This 80+ years old gem is famous, delicious, and true to form! Great food, drinks, prices, and company!

301 West Jones (at Jefferson)
(912) 349-1000

Vic’s On the River

A very popular restaurant, be sure to sit on the Bay Street deck! Located behind the Exchange Bell (overlooking Bay St) between Drayton and Abercorn.

12 W Liberty

(912) 721-1000

Fire Street Food

Delicious food, with an asian-inspired base. A great alternative to heavy southern fare.

13 East Perry Street
(912) 234-7776

Green Truck

With a map showing exactly where their food comes from (all local farms), they are so inspired to keep everything local, down to the decor. Highly recommended!.

2430 Habersham Street
(912) 234-5885

B&D Burgers

There are menu other choices, but this place is known for the great burgers. We recommend the Congress street location with outdoor beer garden/seating.

209 W. Congress
(912) 238-8315

13 E. Broughton Street
(912) 231-0986

17Hundred90 Restaurant

17Hundred90 has been in service for over two hundred years as the kind of place that makes its customers feel good about being there and going back.

307 E President St
(912) 236-7122


Casual Dining Tybee


Tybee Island Social Club

Surf bungalow-meets-safari-plantation-setting...laid back and casual, surprisingly delectable food pairings

1311 Butler Ave, Tybee Island
(912) 472-4044

A-J’s Dockside Restaurant

It’s got a great dock with amazing views and is great for all ages, even the love birds wanting to catch a little slice of heaven at sunset.

1315 Chatham Ave, Tybee Island
(912) 786-9533

North Beach Bar & Grill

Eclectic fusion with a Caribbean flair, the menu features local, sustainable seafood and the freshest ingredients.

33 Meddin Dr, Tybee Island
(912) 786-4442

Tybee Island Fish Camp

Nice vacation-casual attire is fine here, but there is nothing casual about their food or service. Every plate is as beautifully pleasing to the eye as it is to the taste buds.

106 South Campbell Ave, Tybee Island
(912) 662-3474

Marlin Monroe’s Surfside Grill

An incredible dining experience with an amazing view of the Atlantic Ocean. Enjoy your favorite beach cocktail at the full-service bar and there’s plenty of live entertainment.

404 Butler Ave, Tybee Island
(912) 786-4745

Crab Shack

The joy is in bringing friends to this restaurant where you dine amongst alligators! The food is great for those new to Low Country Georgia.

40 Estill Hammock Rd, Tybee Island
(912) 786-9857


Fine Dining


Noble Fare

Small & intimate with locally-inspired cuisine, known for their great wines & healthy portions.

321 Jefferson Street

(912) 443-3210

Sapphire Grill

Generous portions, upscale food, wonderful atmosphere, world-class cuisine, it’s where we take our friends for amazing food, before we take them out for the night!

110 West Congress
(912) 443-9962

700 Drayton (located in The Mansion Hotel)

The wonderful decor is second only to wide range of culinary delights that include the freshest seafood and regionally inspired dishes. Views of Forsyth Park are a PLUS!

700 Drayton Street
(912) 721-5002


Extensive menu, impressive decorating, and be sure to ask for Charlie, “The best bartender” according to Cora Bett.

315 West Congress
(912) 232-7118

The Olde Pink House

World-famous, loved by locals and tourists, Cora Bett raves about her favorite: the crispy scored flounder. Be sure to say hello to General Habersham’s ghost!

23 Abercorn Street
(912) 232-4286

Local 11 Ten

This restored 1950’s-era downtown bank houses a casual, elegant restaurant devoted to fresh local seafood, vegetables, and herbs from Savannah’s own backyard.

1110 Bull Street
(912) 233-1633

Chive • Sea Bar & Lounge

Inspired by the decadence of the 1920s, their signature vintage cocktails pair perfectly with dishes incomparable to any fare served downtown.

4 W Broughton Street
(912) 233-1748 


Sweets & Treats


Lulu’s Chocolate Bar

Voted “Best of Savannah” for 5 years, treat yourself to the most delicious desserts and decadent cocktails in the city!

42 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd
(912) 200-4045

Leopold’s Ice Cream Shoppe

The best ice cream in Savannah since 1919, & the tradition continues to this day, with original decor, malted milk dispensers, sundae holders, sticky smiles, & a line out the door to prove it!

212 East Broughton (next to SCAD Trustees Theater)
(912) 233-1633

The Sugar Shack

Frankie & Annette would’ve been right at home at this delicious ice cream shop on Tybee. You shouldn’t mess with a classic, and this is proof!

301 1st Street, Tybee Island
(912) 786-4482

Foxy Loxy

Off the beaten path, this coffee shop is more than coffee. Decadent desserts, enticing munchies, wine, beer, & don’t miss S’mores Saturdays (“Fire & Wine”) nights in the courtyard! A local secret we’re happy to share! (tip: free parking in the lane!)

1919 Bull Street
(912) 401-0543

River Street Sweets

Yes, there’s a taffy pull, but this is a feast for the nose and tastebuds, both. Pralines, fudge, and sinful chocolate treats make this historic building home to something other than ghostly-vapors: drool-worthy scents and tantalizing tastes!

13 East River Street
(912) 233-6220


Getting Around


Old Town Trolley Tours

Old Town Trolley Tours is a great way to see the city, highlighting the best Savannah attractions with 16 stops and more than 100 points of interest.

250 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
(912) 234.8128 

Oglethorpe Tours (Trolley Tours)

Oglethorpe Tour guides, who embody true Souther Hospitality, warmly invite you to explore the beauty of Savannah as only we can share it. On-and-off service included!

215 West Boundary Street
(912) 233.8380

Royal Bike Taxi (rickshaw/pedicab)

The company will not only provide a practical service to the residents and visitors of the city of Savannah, they will also provide a greater view of the city at an affordable price.

Historic District
Dispatch: (912) 341.3944

Savannah Pedicab

"Trips for Tips", these pedicab drivers are well-utilized by Cora Bett herself.

Historic District
Dispatch: (912) 232.7900