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Restaurants in Savannah + The Coast

The historic district of Savannah has a lot to offer in the way of dining. Savannah restaurants often take from their surroundings to give you the feeling of traveling back in time. The Olde Pink House is Savannah's only eighteenth century mansion that has since been made into a restaurant and features seafood caught locally.

Travel + Leisure lists Walls Bar-B-Q and Desposito's as two places to hit while in Savannah. Walls Bar-B-Q serves traditional Southern barbecue and is a favorite among the locals. Desposito's is another low-country location on Old Tybee Road with tablecloth made from newspaper.

The city also has an open-container policy for those interested in partying and nightlife. River Street is a great destination for Savannah restaurants, bars, and everything in between. If you're in the mood for a sweet snack, stop by River Street Sweets and try one of their famous praline cookies or chocolate bear claws. River Street Sweets also gives you a closer look at how all their goodies are made when you walk into the store. The Pirates’ House on Broad Street has been in business since 1753 and serviced clientele from all over the seven seas. It has the unique position of being a restaurant converted from a museum, enjoyed by locals and tourists alike. Many locals think it is one of the best restaurants in Savannah.

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  • 700 Drayton

    PRICE RANGE: Dollar Dollar Dollar
    Part of the Mansion on Forsyth Park hotel, this fine-dining establishment is eclectically designed with alligator-skin chairs, bright orange accent... More
  • Cha Bella

    PRICE RANGE: Dollar Dollar
    Chef Matthew Roher dishes up Georgia white-shrimp risotto with fresh asparagus and tarragon at this 30-table spot. More
  • Courtyard at Crane

    PRICE RANGE: Dollar Dollar
    Dine on fresh local seafood. More
  • Desposito's

    PRICE RANGE: Dollar Dollar
    The tablecloths are made from newspapers and the steamed oysters and Low Country basket—shrimp, potatoes, corn—are ideal for two. More
  • Georgia Pig

    PRICE RANGE: Dollar
    This unassuming joint, tucked away by a gas station near I-95, serves meltingly rich BBQ along with Brunswick Stew, the smoky tomato-lima bean-meat... More
  • Gottlieb's Restaurant & Dessert Bar

  • Halyards

    PRICE RANGE: Dollar Dollar
    The restaurant's tables are made of teak from shipwrecked boats. More
  • Mom & Nikki's

  • Mrs. Wilkes' Dining Room

    PRICE RANGE: Dollar Dollar
    Down-home goodness is served from 11 a.m. sharp each day: platters of fried chicken, vegetables swathed in bacon grease, and tufts of mashed sweet ... More
  • Muther's Old Timey Bar-B-Que

  • Nita's Place

    PRICE RANGE: Dollar
  • Olde Pink House

    PRICE RANGE: Dollar Dollar
    Next door to the Planters Inn on Reynolds Square, the Olde Pink House restaurant derives its name from the pink-stained stucco covering the 18th-ce... More
  • St. Marys Market on the Square Grocery

    PRICE RANGE: Dollar
  • The Lady & Sons

    PRICE RANGE: Dollar Dollar
    This three-floor, 330-seat southern kitchen grew out of Paula Deen's lunch delivery service, back in the day before Deen became a Food Network star... More
  • Uncle Bubba's Oyster House

    PRICE RANGE: Dollar Dollar
    Uncle Bubba’s Oyster House, located between downtown Savannah and Tybee Island, looks like an upscale fish shack amidst the lush greenery of the ma... More

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