Sample the Best Savannah Restaurants
Lowcountry cuisine to write home about
Long distinguished by unique recipes, ingredients, and styles, the Southern culinary stature of Savannah has skyrocketed in recent years. The foodie revolution has been kind to our city, drawing critics, celebrities, and fresh talent to the Savannah restaurant scene with lasting results. The establishments just outside our doors reflect a global palate, in addition to some exemplars of classic Southern cooking. Choose from famed Broughton Street restaurants, or venture into Forsyth Park, Metropolitan, or the Victorian District. We would be remiss not to recommend all the essentials: fried chicken, collard greens, candied yams and grits come to mind. But we promise you’ll be richly rewarded for indulging in all cravings.
Hailed as a revolutionary take on traditional recipes, the Grey serves invigorated classics such as country captain with a sourdough trencher, plus a robust cocktail list, in a revamped bus depot.
Mrs. Wilkes Dining Room's communal tables and rib-sticking portions have firmly established this as one of the most iconic places to eat in Savannah. Dress casually, and get ready to make friends.
A West Congress Street staple, a.lure's Low Country Cuisine, has produced such sumptuous dishes as rabbit ravioli with applewood-smoked bacon and butternut squash, crab cakes with passion-fruit tartare, and a transcendent frozen goat cheese soufflé.
The Alley Cat Lounge brings a speakeasy feel to a perfect after-dinner option: with a menu that includes local craft beers alongside their delicious Old Cuban and French 75 cocktails.
Located in a building dating back to 1858 (and formerly a headquarters for General Sherman's Union soldiers), Vics on the River is the perfect place for a stately meal after an afternoon of shopping on the Riverfront.
These are just some of the places that have captivated Savannah diners over the years. For personalized tips on choosing a restaurant, don't hesitate to ask guest services for guidance.