Visit These Restaurants in Savannah GA

Restaurants in Savannah GAOne of the many benefits of staying at our Savannah bed and breakfast is how close the inn is to local attractions and dining. Presidents’ Quarters is located downtown,  so you won’t be far from all the city has to offer.  You’ll find no shortage of excellent restaurants in Savannah GA to satisfy even the most discriminating palate. There are so many restaurants to choose from and they all have something unique to offer.  To assist in your planning, we recommend you visit these restaurants in Savannah GA.

 

Elizabeth on 37th

Set in a 1900s southern mansion, Elizabeth on 37th has a menu that uses fresh seafood, local produce and house grown herbs and edible flowers.  Chef Kelly Yambor is passionate about reflecting the South’s history and heritage in her cuisine.  A great spot if you’re looking for delicious food in a comfortably southern atmosphere.

 

The Olde Pink House

Housed in Savannah’s only 18th century mansion, the Olde Pink House offers a new take on southern food.  Dine inside the historic building or outside to enjoy nice weather.  There is also live entertainment nightly.

 

Local 11 Ten

Go to Local 11 Ten for intelligent cuisine, a welcoming personality and modern design.”  Housed in a restored 1950s era bank,  this restaurant has a community dining table and a sleek bar that spans the entire dining room. The menu consists of fine meats and seafoods and if you can’t choose, you can take advantage of the six course Chef’s Tasting Menu.

 

Circa 1875

Standing out amongst other restaurants in Savannah GA due to its “19th century atmosphere with a 21st century flair,” this gastro pub is modeled after a Parisian bistro.  The menu follows this theme, with French inspired twists on favorites like the 1875 hamburger Au poivre.

 

Sapphire Grill

Sapphire Grill’s mantra is “Market Fresh” when it comes to their food.  They aim to serve the finest and freshest food to guests. Inventive entrees with fresh flavors and ingredients are on the menu at Sapphire Grill.

 

Garibaldi’s Cafe

If you’re looking for restaurants in Savannah GA that offer fine Italian fare, look no further than Garibaldi’s Cafe downtown. Along with a selection of veal, beef and poultry, you will find a variety of pasta dishes and shellfish platters.

 

Noble Fare

This establishment is a hidden gem among the restaurants in Savannah GA.  With a locally inspired menu and a dedication to “the art of good eating” Noble Fare offers a memorable dining experience. Try the seven course chef’s tasting menu.

 

45 Bistro

With its elegant bar and dining room, 45 Bistro has a great atmosphere to enjoy the diverse menu.  Wood fired pizzas, salads and gourmet entrees like Duck Two Ways or a King Crab Omelet are all on the dinner menu.

 

Alligator Soul

One of the Savannah restaurants that people rave about, Alligator Soul is uniquely set in colonial cellars on historic Telfair Square.  The menu consists of fresh southern food with an emphasis on flavor. Alligator Soul uses its own artisan breads, cured meats and sauces.

 

Cha Bella

Go to Cha Bella for “local seafood, free-range meats and organic produce to reinvent humble favorites.”  The restaurant partners with sustainable agriculture for responsible crop growth, meaning you can feel good about your meal’s impact on the environment as well as your taste buds.

 

a.lure

This is another one of the Savannah restaurants known for using fresh, local ingredients. Daniel Berman’s  a.lure has a menu that is “a combination of low-country gourmet, fresh seafood, and a farm-to-fork concept.” A great option if you want traditional southern cuisine or fresh seafood dishes.

 

Remember that these popular restaurants in Savannah GA are often less crowded Monday-Thursday nights, so your experience might be enhanced if you visit during the week. Your experience will also be enhanced by choosing Presidents’ Quarters Inn as your Savannah bed and breakfast. Our selection of luxurious rooms and suites are all elegantly decorated to evoke the southern charm of the city.  Your stay also comes with a full Southern breakfast each morning so your days will start off on the right foot.  And after your visit to one of the above restaurants in Savannah GA, you can unwind with cordials in the parlor. To ensure your trip to Savannah is truly an experience to remember, let Presidents’ Quarters handle your accommodations.

 

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