Posted on August 23, 2011 by linda
Savannah’s unique dining establishments offers distinctive flavor in both cuisine and décor. Dine at a quaint outdoor café under the stars one night, feast at a fabulous five-star restaurant another. Dining Savannah-style combines a fun, chic ambiance with flavors from every corner of the world, along with distinctive Lowcountry cuisine and fresh seafood.
— Enjoy delicious American comfort food with a Southern contemporary approach at the Rock on the River Modern Grill, 102 W. Bay St., on River Street.
— British-owned and operated, Churchill’s Pub & Restaurant, 13 W. Bay St., serves a unique blend of traditional British favorites and contemporary American Cuisine in an upscale environment.
— New to the Historic District is Tondee’s Tavern, 7 East Bay St., that specializes in fresh, local seafood, baby back ribs and mouth-watering steaks. Try out the signature drinks that include the frozen Chatham Artillery Punch or one of the many draft beers served at 28 degrees!
— “A Savannah Tradition since 1949,” enjoy fine, family-oriented dining overlooking the Ogeechee River where the views are spectacular at Love’s Seafood, Hwy. 17 S. at King’s Ferry.
— Unwind after a busy day touring Savannah in the romantic and calming atmophere of Circa 1875 French Bistro, 48 Whitaker St. With an impressive wine list and the French inspired menu you will find that the entree portions are flavorful and ample in size.
— Don’t miss The Bier Haus, 513 East Oglethorpe Ave., Historic Savannah’s newest restaurant offering a hand-crafted menu filled with quality German cuisine that’s prepared with Belgium-inspired preparations and a wide variety of drink pairings while dining in an atmosphere to delight everyone.
— For a special treat for real southern food, visit Sisters of the New South. Sisters of the New South Restaurant offers great southern cooking that you’d get at Grandma’s house on Sunday! Offering daily lunch specials, the menu offers an array of meats and vegetables that are available for dine in or take out.
— Wright Square Cafe, 21 W. York St., a casual European cafe, serves only the finest and freshest epicurean delights and Savannah’s premier choclatier offers fine European, domestic and house-made chocolates.
— Tubby’s Seafood River Street, 115 E. River St., the place for fresh seafood and the catch-of-the-day served grilled, fried or blackened with plenty of sides. Land lovers will also find lots to choose from, including filet mignon and chicken cordon bleu, to name a few.
— Enjoy a fun, one-of-a-kind culinary experience at seven unique foodie spots while strolling through the historic cultural landmarks in the squares of Historic Savannah with the new food tour Savannah Taste Experience.
— Indulge in the breathtaking views, impeccable service and unparalleled cuisine that makes Chart House Restaurant legendary. Enjoy three levels of dining, as well as outdoor seating. 202 W. Bay St.
— Named after the legendary Johnny Mercer, Mercer’s Steak & Seafood offers the best of the best of local seafood, salads, sandwiches and succlent, mouth watering steaks that will please any appetite.
— Entertainment, dinner and gracious Southern Hospitality. Take a cruise along the historic Savannah River! Offering Dinner and Entertainment Cruises. Savannah Riverboat Cruise, 9 E. River St.
— Enjoy Savannah’s most exotic dining experience at Casbah Moroccan Restaurant, 18 E. Broughton St. Feast on delicious fare in the opulence of an authentic ceremonial tent decor while belly dancers entertain.
— Enjoy an artistically-arranged dish of sushi, prepared by skilled chefs, while relaxing with a drink from the saké bar at Wasabi’s Fusion Downtown, 113 MLK, Jr. Blvd.
— Traditional Cuban food featuring fried plantains, great appetizers, soups and icy batidos with tropical fruits can be found at Rancho Alegre Cuban Restaurant, 402 MLK, Jr. Blvd.
— The Mirage Mediterranean Bar & Grill, 20 E. Broughton St., offers the finest in authentic Mediterranean cuisine and professional service, along with a unique cocktail and Late Night Hookah Bar.
— Famous for their French onion soup and delicious specials, “Savannah’s Original Authentic British Pub,” Six Pence Pub & Restaurant, 245 Bull St., is in the Historic District.
— One of Savannah’s new restaurants, Bull Street Eatery, 1514 Bull St. (32nd & Bull), offers breakfast all day, a blue-plate lunch special and many other mouth-watering lunch selections.
— Enjoy delicious American comfort food with a Southern contemporary approach at the Rocks on the River Modern Grill, 102 W. Bay St., on River Street.
— Serving an appetizing fusion of flavors with a continental flair, visit 700 Drayton Restaurant for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
— Serving fresh, healthy take-out sandwiches, salads and juices. Whole grain bakery, organic produce and a complete selection of natural supplements available. 1102 Bull St. Brighter Day Natural Foods Market.
— Family-owned and operated, you will find a wide array of fresh breakfast items, salads and sandwiches, all at modest prices at Goose Feathers, an Express Café & Bakery, 39 Barnard St.
— DOSHA Bar & Lounge, 128 E. Broughton St., offers the best Happy Hour in the Historic District. Relax and enjoy a beer, wine, cocktails along with a nice selection of appetizers from 5-7 p.m.
— Looking for a beach bar without traveling to the beach? Well, Flip Flop Tiki Bar and Grill, 117 Whitaker St., is “Making Waves on Whitaker.” Here you will find Jerk chicken, grilled shrimp, tropical wraps with pineapples and mangos and hand-crafted frozen beverages.