Fun Casual

Treylor Park

115 E Bay St, Savannah, GA 31401

Built on the motto "Quality over Quantity,” Treylor Park offers a full menu inspired by local flavors, seasonal cocktails and craft beer day and night. Whether you choose to savor a drink in the upscale indoor cocktail bar or sip a beer outside, you'll always find great music and energy at this unique and classic restaurant.


300 Drayton St, Savannah, GA 31401

Somewhere between fine dining and dive bar, Hitch is an intimate space perfect for enjoying cocktails, craft beer and a creative take on American cuisine. Made for sharing, their menu includes intriguing options like shrimp and grits tacos, avocado fries, duck confit pizza and their famous PB&J wings.

Collins Quarter

151 Bull St & 621 Drayton St, Savannah, GA 31401

Inspired by Collins Street in Melbourne, Australia’s cafe capital, Collins Quarter has lots to offer between its two locations (Downtown & Forsyth Park). You can easily order your morning coffee from your hotel bed (HELLO Starbucks (but local & original)), or pay Collin’s Quarter a visit for brunch. While they do close their doors at 3pm - making them a perfect & authentic coffee/breakfast/lunch spot - you can enjoy a dinner at one of their sister restaurants == The Fitzroy Gastropub (Australian Pub Food in Downtown) or The Deck (beachfront restaurant on Tybee Island)!

Mrs. Wilkes

107 W Jones St, Savannah, GA 31401

This lunch-only, family-owned since 1943, this is THE spot in Savannah to enjoy the best Southern cooking around. Queue up in line early, because there will be a wait. But it’s worth it, as tabletops overflow with platters of dishes like fried chicken, sweet potato shuffle, okra gumbo, corn muffins and oh-so-much more. The menu changes daily and you'll share your meal with up to ten people per table.

Repeal 33

125 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Savannah, GA 31401

Formerly “Prohibition”, this classic 1920’s speakeasy experience invites you to step back in time and enjoy a selective menu, vintage-inspired decor and great music late into the night. The inventive and award-winning cocktail menu is ever-changing, but always well-balanced and thought-provoking. And if you're ready for an epicurean adventure, the progressive tasting menu comes complete with dealer’s choice beverage pairings.


Fast Authentic


236 Drayton St, Savannah, GA 31401

Zunzi’s is an eclectic mix of the very different cultural backgrounds of its owners. The result? A mix of Swiss, Italian, South African and Dutch-inspired cuisine. From overstuffed Cape Town sandwiches to salads, bowls, wraps and plenty of sauces, the tastes here are always unique, delicious and fresh.

Kayak Kafe

5002 Paulsen St, Savannah, GA 31405 & 1 E Broughton St, Savannah, GA 31401

This chilled-out café features an array of gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan options. They also offer plenty of choices for the carnivore or seafood lover, with uncured and all-natural deli meats and bacon, Springer Mountain Farms antibiotic and hormone-free chicken and turkey, locally-caught Georgia wild shrimp and MSC-certified Wild Pacific cod and tuna. They also offer 100% agave margaritas, which are the perfect complement to the healthy eats on the menu.

Seafood Shack

116 E Broughton St, Savannah, GA 31401

As featured on the Food Network, Travel Channel and the Cooking Channel, the Savannah Seafood Shack is a fast-casual spot that offers fried and steamed seafood at affordable prices. There’s plenty to choose from on their menu, including po’ boys, seafood cones, crab cakes, spicy garlic blue crabs and their famous low country boils. There’s also a great variety of local craft beers on tap to go with your meal.




12 W Oglethorpe Ave, Savannah, GA 31401

With a menu that changes daily- based on what the region’s producers provide- Husk reinterprets the essence of Southern food by leveraging coastal Georgia’s most unique heirloom ingredients. With the claim “If it doesn't come from the South, it’s not coming through the door,” this is a spot to explore the reality of Southern food and flavor.

Olde Pink House

23 Abercorn St, Savannah, GA 31401

Prepare yourself for low country Southern cuisine served in a sophisticated setting. This 18-century landmark was once the first bank in Georgia, but is now one of the culinary stars of the city. Whether you choose the dining room or the Arches Bar, this is a historical opportunity to sip and sup surrounded by Savannah’s illustrious past.

The Grey

109 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Savannah, GA 31401

Located inside a painstakingly restored 1930’s Art Deco Greyhound Bus Terminal, this food, wine and service experience offers deep, layered and soulful flavors. Here, you’ll discover a blend of regional produce, seafood and meats perfectly balanced with European wines, Atlantic Trade liquors and Old World hospitality. The Grey also boasts a separate diner bar with shareable eats, house and vintage cocktail recipes and a sumptuous dessert menu.

Alligator Soul

114 Barnard St, Savannah, GA 31401

Dine below Savannah in the Colonial cellars of this fine dining destination, known for its own artisan bread, cured meats and sauces, all locally produced on site. With an emphasis on only the freshest organic and local foods, the eclectic Southern menu is packed with handmade dishes created with integrity and an emphasis on flavor.