The joy of a satisfying meal is undeniable.
Food holds the remarkable ability to transcend boundaries, connecting cultures and eras.
Renowned for its authentic Southern cuisine, handed down through generations, Savannah also embraces the thrill of innovative fusion dishes.
The city's food culture is as rich and diverse as its storied past, providing a never-ending gastronomical exploration.
Around each corner, a new flavor awaits discovery, a fresh culinary adventure beckons.
Prepare to tantalize the taste buds with the allure of Southern charm, as this guide embarks on a tour of Savannah's finest eateries.
Simple Soul of Savannah
If you're seeking a food experience that will speak to the depths of your soul, look no further than Simple Soul of Savannah.
Trust me, it's not just a clever name.
Packed to the brim with the kind of soul food that leaves you feeling satisfied in a way that only home cooking can, it's a gastronomic treasure nestled right in the heart of our city.
The first time I stepped into Simple Soul of Savannah, I was hit with the tantalizing aroma of authentic Southern cooking.
I decided to take a bite out of tradition and ordered the fried shrimp.
Now, I wouldn't call myself an expert, but I've eaten my fair share of fried seafood, and I can say with confidence that their shrimp was the best I've ever tasted - and that's saying something.
Eating out can often be a hassle for those with dietary restrictions, but not at Simple Soul.
My friend who has gluten issues swapped out the regular flour for cornmeal on her fried fish and shrimp, and she couldn’t have been happier with the result.
Fed by the passion of the outstanding chef, the food at Simple Soul is cooked up fresh and served with a side of friendly service.
Every dish I've tried - from the succulent salmon to the mouth-watering Mac and cheese - has been nothing short of exceptional.
The special sauce is an experience of its own, adding just the right amount of intrigue and zest to every bite.
Beyond just the food, what sets Simple Soul of Savannah apart is its commitment to creating a comfortable and welcoming atmosphere.
It's the kind of place where every detail is thoughtfully arranged, right down to the lotion in the bathroom.
It's a small touch, but it adds to the feeling that this is a place that truly cares about its customers' experience.
What's For Dinner?
If you're ever in a pinch and need a fast, savory dinner, look no further than "What's For Dinner?".
This place has been my go-to for quick, delicious meals for quite some time now.
It's not just their warm hospitality that keeps me coming back, it's their mouth-watering selection of dishes.
The diversity of their menu is impressive, and trust me, each dish is as delicious as the next.
But let me spill the beans on the star of their menu - the meatloaf.
It's, hands down, the best meatloaf I've ever tasted!
It's so good, I find myself coming back for it every week.
Recently, I tried their sliced pork loin with onion bacon fondue on top.
The meat was so thick and tender, and the melted fondue just took it to another level.
It was like a party in my mouth!
But what sets "What's For Dinner?" apart is their meal prep.
It's been a lifesaver for me, especially on those busy days when I just don't have the time to cook.
Their servings are generous, and the quality of the food is top-notch.
It's been a fantastic solution for my hectic lifestyle, providing me with delicious meals to grab on the go.
I still remember my first visit to Common Thread, and it's been my go-to for culinary surprises ever since.
Nestled in the heart of Savannah, this place offers more than just good food; it's an experience you won't forget.
Every visit is like a treasure hunt, with the menu changing every month.
From raw delicacies to tasty salads and perfectly seared proteins, the variety never ceases to amaze me.
It always feels like Christmas morning, unfolding the menu to find out what the chef has thought up this time.
I've celebrated birthdays, anniversaries, and just the everyday joy of good food with family and friends here.
What sets Common Thread apart is the chef’s counter experience.
It's more than dining; it's like being a part of a live cooking show.
The chefs are warm and welcoming, and the combination of wine and food they create is nothing short of spectacular.
Each dish is not just a meal but a work of art, meticulously crafted and beautifully presented.
The ambiance of the place is another aspect that keeps bringing me back.
The restaurant, housed in an old Savannah home, has kept its vintage charm intact.
Each room offers a different vibe, making the dining experience warm, cozy, and intimate all at once.
Even the restaurant bathrooms, which are often overlooked, have been given due attention.
It's a testament to their attention to detail, making sure every part of your visit is memorable.
A cozy evening in Savannah just isn't complete without a visit to Planters Tavern.
Nestled under the historic Olde Pink House, this tavern has become a beloved part of my local routine.
Walking down the steps into its embrace, the room is lit by the soft glow of candles, creating a wonderfully intimate atmosphere.
I've often found myself comfortably seated at the bar, watching the expert bartenders craft their delicious concoctions.
Each drink is a masterpiece, from the spicy kick of the jalapeño margarita to the classic Bloody Mary.
The food here is a gastronomic delight.
The flounder is a personal favorite, cooked to perfection every time.
But it's the tender, flavorful pork that has won my heart completely.
The starters, too, are not to be missed.
From the fresh Caesar salad to the crispy onion rings, everything is crafted to perfection.
Always friendly and engaging, they not only serve you but also ensure you have a memorable evening.
Being a regular at Planters Tavern, I've had the pleasure of experiencing the live music performance here.
The gentle tunes of the piano and bass add a delightful rhythm to the night, making it a truly unforgettable experience.
Living in Savannah, I've had my fair share of visits to Gryphon, and let me tell you - it's as enchanting as it sounds.
The moment I step inside, I am whisked off to a world reminiscent of a Harry Potter novel, enveloped by towering mahogany bookshelves and illuminated by the soft glow of stained glass windows.
And that's only the setting.
Their knowledge adds a certain charm to the whole experience, making it more than just a simple afternoon tea.
But the real star of Gryphon is the afternoon tea service.
You'll be delighted by the assortment of dainty tea sandwiches and a diverse selection of pastries.
I must admit, the portions are on the smaller side, but each bite is a burst of flavors that leaves you craving for more.
If you're not a big tea fan, fear not - their lunch and brunch menus have something for everyone, although I'd caution you to steer clear of the chicken as it tends to be a bit on the dry side.
While the afternoon tea is a standout, my absolute favorite is the Tea Tower, an afternoon delight that has never failed to impress.
On a peaceful Sunday morning, I decided to take a trip to a local gem, The Haunt.
As soon as I stepped in, I was greeted by a warm, welcoming atmosphere that was richly decorated.
The indoor seating area immediately caught my eye with its captivating wall decorations, while the view of the grassy area and trees from the outside seating area offered a refreshing feel of the heart of the city.
My brunch date for the day was my lovely daughter, who decided to go for the pancakes.
They were nothing short of amazing, cooked to perfection and served hot and fresh.
As for me, I couldn't resist their burger, which was bursting with complex flavors that kept my taste buds entertained.
Just when I thought it couldn't get any better, they served the most delicious vegan cheese bread I've ever tasted.
What stood out the most, however, was the level of care and love embedded within the menu.
The ingredients tasted fresh and high-quality, and the plating was visually appealing.
The service also deserves special recognition.
For those with dietary preferences, The Haunt serves as an excellent vegan dining option.
There's something soulful about stepping into a restaurant steeped in history.
When I walked into 45 Bistro, an old-world charm enveloped me, a delightful juxtaposition in a modern New American kitchen.
Housed in a building dating back to 1852, the place exudes an air of imposing heritage, coupled with a unique warmth that only a historic venue can render.
Opening the culinary journey, the escargot was a revelation.
It's not the traditional style you'd expect.
Instead, it was unique, bursting with flavor, an exotic twist on a classic dish.
For the mains, I ordered the duck and halibut.
Both were presented beautifully and served in generous portions.
What caught my attention was the wine list.
Though not extensive, it had a decent selection - a nice accompaniment to my meal.
But what truly made the experience authentic was the wood-fired pizza, a specialty of the house.
The aroma of the baking dough and the crackling wood was comforting, a testament to old-world authenticity.
Eating at 45 Bistro is not just about the food, though.
It's about the whole dining experience.
The dining area was welcoming, draped in an old-world setting that is rare in our modern metropolis.
It's a place where you almost feel transported to another era.
The service was commendable, though a bit brisk at times.
But it's understandable, as the place was bustling with patrons.
Let me tell you about my latest escapade at Zunzi’s, a bustling counter-serve eatery that has stolen the hearts of many in my city.
This isn't your average sandwich shop; it's a global adventure waiting to unfold with each bite.
Every visit to Zunzi's is a surprise for my tastebuds.
The last time I was there, I indulged myself in the Godfather sandwich, a delightful concoction of succulent pork embraced by fresh, chewy bread.
As someone who appreciates the art of a good sandwich, this one truly hit the spot.
But the gastronomic journey doesn't end there.
The Fisherman’s Deck, a personal favorite, is a seafood lover's dream come true.
Every morsel of this sandwich is packed with flavors that transport you straight to the coast.
The sauces, oh, the sauces!
They are just the right blend of zing and zest, a perfect complement to the freshness of the ingredients that Zunzi’s proudly serves.
One unique facet of Zunzi’s is their tea selection.
My go-to choice?
The Cape Town Tea.
It's the perfect refresher on a hot day, a little slice of South Africa right here in our city.
Elizabeth's on 37th
Stepping into Elizabeth's on 37th, the first thing you notice is the elegant warmth of the circa-1900 mansion.
It's like being transported back in time, yet the place feels refreshing, almost invigorating.
The ambiance is perfect - the right blend of sophistication and relaxed comfort that makes you want to settle in and savor the experience.
They are kind, professional, and genuinely invested in making your dining experience memorable.
Now, let's talk about the food.
Elizabeth's on 37th boasts a fine dining menu with a focus on local seafood and seasonal produce.
I've tasted various dishes here, and they've never disappointed me.
Everything is fresh, expertly cooked, and absolutely delicious.
I still remember the shrimp and grits I had here - it was simply the best I've ever had anywhere!
What I love about this place is that you never feel rushed.
At Elizabeth's on 37th, dining is not just about eating.
It's an experience, a journey of flavors and textures that you're invited to savor at your own pace.
Do check out the chef-tasting menu if you get the chance.
It's a wonderful showcase of the restaurant's culinary prowess and an opportunity to experience the very best of what they have to offer.
Cotton & Rye
Let me tell you about my favorite haunt in Savannah, Cotton & Rye.
There's something about the history of this place, a former 1950s bank, that adds a certain charm to it.
It's been creatively transformed into a New American gastropub, and trust me, it's more than just a dining spot - it's an experience.
Picture this - an all-American rustic bar with a lively atmosphere and an outdoor deck that's perfect for enjoying Savannah's balmy nights.
This is the setting at Cotton & Rye, and it never fails to entice me time and time again.
The food, oh the food!
I've tried many dishes here, but the one that leaves me craving for more is their mac and cheese.
It's rich, creamy, and absolutely to die for!
And don't get me started on the chicken wings appetizer - it's a crunchy, sweet, and spicy delight that I can't resist.
The steak frites is a dish that my partner swears by, and I have to agree, it's a treat indeed.
Trust me, Cotton & Rye knows how to make their guests feel welcome.
Mrs. Wilkes Dining Room
I've lost count of the number of times I've dined at Mrs. Wilkes Dining Room.
Each visit is a unique experience that stays etched in my memory.
I remember one particularly sweltering summer day; the sun was hot enough to fry an egg on the sidewalk, and there was an hour-long wait to get in.
They handed out water cornbread and engaged us in games and trivia while we waited in line.
The moment a table was ready for my party of seven, we were seated and served immediately.
The dishes just kept coming, one better than the last, a tantalizing symphony of Southern comfort food.
From delicious fried chicken to heavenly mac and cheese, there were around 22 plates of food, each one a symphony of flavors.
The desserts were the icing on the cake.
Peach Cobbler and Banana Pudding that could make angels weep with joy!
What sets Mrs. Wilkes Dining Room apart, though, is the hospitality.
They are attentive and make a point to ensure not just that you are well-fed but that you're having a good time.
The camaraderie and laughter, the happy noise, it all makes eating there feel like going to a family reunion.
Crystal Beer Parlor
You won't believe it when you step into Crystal Beer Parlor, a place buzzing with life and energy tucked comfortably in a century-old former grocery store.
The interior is an elegant fusion of modernity and antiquity, but the real charm of the place lies in its extensive food and beer menus.
I remember when I first stepped into this cozy American bistro and bar.
I was immediately captivated by the variety they offered.
I have tried various dishes from their menu, but the shrimp and grits always call me back.
The shrimp is cooked to perfection, and the grits are wonderfully creamy.
The drink selection is just as impressive!
One of my most memorable visits to Crystal Beer Parlor was when I tried their peach cobbler.
I am not one for sweet treats, but this dessert was different, so flavorful and succulent that it's a must-try for anyone who visits.
One night, my partner and I decided to deviate from our usual orders and try the pick three seafood plates.
The blackened shrimp were delicious and packed with flavor, the fried flounder was smooth and literally melted in the mouth, and the crab cakes, though not my favorite, were still pretty good.
We also had the red rice and coleslaw as our sides; both were quite enjoyable.
While I was savoring my meal, I noticed they had a special beer on their menu - the Disco Crush.
My partner, an avid beer enthusiast, decided to give it a try, and it was a hit!
Munchie's BBQ & Soul Food
Imagine tucking into a hearty plate of oxtail, red rice, greens, and potato salad, all soaking in flavors that transport you straight to grandma's kitchen.
That's exactly what you'll experience when you head over to Munchie's BBQ & Soul Food right here in the city.
On a casual Tuesday night, I decided to sate my cravings and pop by Munchie's.
As I walked in, the smell of BBQ ribs and mac n cheese wafting from the kitchen made my mouth water.
When the food arrived, I was surprised by the huge portion size.
The plate was packed to the brim with mouthwatering oxtail, savory red rice, flavorful greens, and the most delicious potato salad I've ever had.
I initially thought I wouldn't be able to finish, but every bite was so tasty that I found myself eating up every last morsel.
But it wasn't just the food that made my experience at Munchie's BBQ & Soul Food memorable.
I even got a chance to chat with Coach Wells, a regular at the restaurant.
His jovial nature and interesting stories added to the overall charm of the place.
Treylor Park Double Wide Diner
Let me tell you, I've been to many diners in my day, but none quite like Treylor Park Double Wide Diner.
Being a bit of a foodie, I get a kick out of trying new dishes.
The PB&J wings at Treylor Park are something of a legend, and rightfully so - they're scrumptious!
Interestingly, the "jelly" comes on the side, which I found quite amusing and a bit quirky.
The avocado smash is another must-try, along with their omelet & fried chicken biscuit - they were a culinary delight!
The friendly service also adds to the warm and welcoming atmosphere that is intrinsic to Treylor Park.
And don't even get me started on Treylor Park Double Wide Diner's nachos!
Loaded waffle fries topped with fried chicken pieces - pure comfort food, I tell ya.
My friends and I often take it as a challenge, but the portion is so generous we've yet to conquer the dish.
Sweet Potatoes Kitchen
I always smile when I think about my countless visits to Sweet Potatoes Kitchen – a vibrant and casual restaurant tucked away from the usual bustle of Savannah.
This place has a certain charm to it – it's a bit older, and you can tell it's been a part of the community for years.
The colorful decor gives off a warm and friendly vibe.
But, if you're visiting, be careful with the floors - they might be a little slippery due to the coating.
Not a big deal, just something to be aware of.
And yes, the ceiling tiles could use a bit of attention, but it's not any deal breaker by any means.
Now, let's talk about the food, which is what I believe truly makes Sweet Potatoes Kitchen a hidden gem.
Their glazy meatloaf sandwich is a delight to the taste buds.
It isn't your typical brick-dense meatloaf – it's much lighter, and each bite is an explosion of flavors that you can savor.
The sweet potato fries are a must-try.
I mean, you can't really visit a place named "Sweet Potatoes Kitchen" and not try their sweet potato dishes, right?
And let me tell you – they don't disappoint.
They may not be something extraordinary, but they're reliably delicious, sprinkled with a mix of brown sugar and other spices for that extra sweet kick.
And if you have a penchant for liver and onions, you're in for a treat!
I had my share of weird cravings, and Sweet Potatoes Kitchen delivered - sautéed onions on thin strips of liver, just the right amount of done with a satisfying flavor.
Aside from that, they also have specials like the butter pecan sweet potato and daily sides – I remember having cabbage once, and it was delicious.
Nicely seasoned, it was neither too soft nor watery, just perfect!
Narobia's Grits & Gravy
In the heart of our lively community, cradled between historic buildings and vibrant murals, lies a modest, down-home joint that has mastered the art of American comfort food.
Narobia's Grits & Gravy is a charming spot promising the best breakfast, brunch, and lunch in the city.
A visit to the place is an experience, a warm welcome, and the scent of homemade food that evokes nostalgia and stirs your appetite.
Why go to any regular diner when you can feast on the best soul food found at Narobia's Grits & Gravy?
They serve up big on flavor, and you can taste the love seeping out from every dish, whether you prefer the classic shrimp with grits and eggs or crave the unique stewed salmon - both come with a delightful fresh biscuit to mop up all the good gravy left over.
Parking is never a problem.
Even on the busiest days, a small stroll from the street parking adds to the charm of the experience.
A bustling morning crowd is a frequent sight at Narobia's, but the service is quick and efficient, making the wait worthwhile.
The menu is a treasure trove of savory delights.
The Salmon Croquette breakfast is a crowd favorite, complete with eggs, grits, and a diverse assortment of home-style sides.
The cheese grits are made with real cheddar, a detail that brings out the authentic, hearty flavor.
The pancakes are perfect, fluffy with crispy edges and a generous slather of butter.
But the real stars of the show are the biscuits, light and buttery, they are an absolute must-try.
Ever wondered what it's like tasting the heart of Savannah on a plate?
That's how dining at the 1540 Room feels like.
Situated inside the historic DeSoto Hotel, this elegant eatery is a gem with its Southern-infused global cuisine that never fails to impress.
Every dish at 1540 Room is a work of art, both in taste and presentation.
One of my top picks is the pork chop, cooked just right and bringing out a burst of flavor with each bite.
But their offerings don't stop there.
Their local catch - always fresh and seasoned to perfection - is a delight.
If you're into seafood, their oysters with house-made hot sauce are not to be missed.
What sets the 1540 Room apart is the quality of the ingredients.
Everything is locally sourced, and they really take their farm-to-table philosophy seriously.
The freshness of the ingredients is evident in every bite, making each dish a culinary masterpiece.
A meal at the 1540 Room is always a journey of flavors, from the homemade bread and butter served as starters to the exquisite desserts that conclude the dining experience.
One of their standout desserts is the Turkish manti - a unique dish that's unlike anything you've tasted before, but once you do, you'll find yourself craving for more.
If you're planning to dine here, make sure to book a table well in advance.
Trust me, waiting for months for a reservation is totally worth it.
Every now and then, I find myself meandering towards Clary's Cafe, a charming spot known for its Southern-style diner classics.
Daily, it opens its doors to locals and tourists alike, offering a humble yet cozy atmosphere that makes you feel as though you're dining at your grandma's kitchen.
On a typical day, I'd stroll in around 8 am, just as the morning rush begins.
It's always buzzing with energy, from the chime of the door to the rhythmic clinks of dishes in the kitchen.
The long counter/bar offers the perfect vantage point to absorb the morning hustle - and the smell of freshly ground coffee and sizzling bacon just makes the experience more delectable.
One of the things I love about Clary's Cafe is its sense of community.
It's actions like these that make you feel as though you're part of a larger family, the Clary's Cafe family.
And let's not forget the food.
I'm an old soul when it comes to breakfast and can't resist their Southern-style classics.
More often than not, I'd indulge in their buttermilk pancakes, served fluffy and golden with a side of crispy bacon.
For lunch, their Reuben sandwich piled high with corned beef and served on grilled rye bread is a must-try.
And their chicken club sandwich is so huge it's a challenge to finish it in one sitting.
But being a local resident, I've got the luxury to visit anytime and try as many dishes as I desire.
Boar's Head Grill & Tavern
Ah, there's something charming about dining in a restored cotton warehouse right on the riverfront.
Boar's Head Grill & Tavern - a name that resonates with the authentic Southern comfort fare served- encapsulates this charm.
It's not just the location that makes this place special but also the quaint, pub-like ambiance it offers.
As you step inside, the old ship theme captures your attention.
The wooden floors, reminiscent of the historic building the restaurant is housed in, offer a warm, nostalgic feel.
Oh yes, absolutely delightful.
The bacon cheeseburger - decadently juicy and delicious, might just be one of the best I've had.
They even accommodate small requests, like splitting and plating it separately for you.
The menu of Boar's Head Grill & Tavern is quite diverse, ranging from seafood and steak to chicken and burgers.
However, the star of the show might just be their shrimp and grits - probably the best you'll find around here.
The food prices are quite reasonable, given the location and quality.
And yes, they haven't forgotten about the little ones.
The kids' menu is a nice touch, with options that are sure to please the young palate.
Chive Sea Bar and Lounge
If you haven't discovered the Chive Sea Bar and Lounge yet, you're missing out on a gastronomic adventure.
Like stepping into a time machine, this place takes you back to the 1920s with its Art Deco setting.
The moment I walked in, the elegance and modernity left me awestruck.
It feels like an upscale and sophisticated oasis in our city, just the perfect place to celebrate life's special moments or treat yourself to an exceptional dining experience.
Let me tell you about their Sea Scallops.
They are an absolute stunner.
Visually appealing, the scallops paired with the alluring red curry sauce is a symphony of flavors.
Each bite is like a harmonious dance on your palate, turning dining into a joyous celebration.
But the culinary brilliance doesn't stop there.
Their Chive Mussels, served in a creamy yellow curry sauce, is another masterpiece.
The artful presentation is a feast for your eyes before it becomes a sumptuous treat for your taste buds.
Amidst the indulgence, their Mango Arugula Salad offers a delightful interlude.
The combination of fresh arugula and ripe mango explodes in your mouth, the vibrant flavors lifting the dining experience to unprecedented heights.
You also need to appreciate their stellar service.
It's not just about food; it's about the entire experience at Chive Sea Bar and Lounge.
This is more than just a restaurant.
It's a fusion of culinary artistry, flavors, and ambiance that offers you an unforgettable journey of culinary discovery.
Alligator Soul Restaurant
Have you ever walked into a place and felt an immediate sense of wonder and excitement?
That's exactly how I felt when I first visited Alligator Soul Restaurant, tucked away in what once was a basement grain warehouse.
Walking down the steps, the dim lighting creates an intimate "underground" atmosphere, making it feel like you've stumbled upon a hidden gem.
Every visit to Alligator Soul is a culinary adventure.
The menu changes regularly, showcasing a range of unique and intriguing dishes made from organic and locally sourced ingredients.
I remember one evening when I had red stag chops served on a bed of pureed sweet potato and paired with a wedge of roasted cantaloupe and snow peas - a delightful combination I hadn't experienced before.
And let me tell you about their dress code - it's strictly business casual.
That's right, this is a place to dress up and feel fancy, no hats allowed.
It certainly adds to the upscale and sophisticated vibe of the place.
One of the things that I appreciate about Alligator Soul Restaurant is their attention to food allergies.
They make it a point to ask each patron about any allergies, which is a thoughtful touch.
Although I've never tried it, they serve an intriguing alligator tempura dish, which seems to be a crowd favorite.
Their cocktail selection also deserves a mention.
I particularly enjoyed a refreshing gin and lemon cocktail, which was not only delicious but also beautifully presented.
Pair it with their focaccia bread and alligator succotash for a truly memorable meal.
If you ever find yourself longing for a slice of heaven, Graffito Pizza is where it's at!
Unassuming in its charm, Graffito is where the locals go when the craving for authentic Neapolitan pizza strikes.
Tucked away in a former industrial space, the interior is a feast for the eyes with its vibrant street art – a nod to the pizzeria's name.
My preferred seat?
The bar around the kitchen – offers a front-row view of the skillful chefs at work, sliding doughy masterpieces into ovens that were supposedly imported from Italy, no less!
Witnessing the magic unfold, you gain a new level of appreciation for the culinary craft that goes into these pizzas.
Let me tell you, the service is top-notch.
A special shout-out to the young man at the to-go window - always ready with a welcoming smile and deserves every bit of recognition for his exceptional service, in my book.
Each visit to Graffito Pizza, I look forward to diving into the Italian Chopped salad, a delightful prelude to the main attraction – the pizza.
I’ve had my fair share of pizzas, but Graffito's Margherita with pepperoni served as a thin, 10-inch delight, truly takes the cake.
Fresh, homemade, and generous with toppings, it’s perfect for sharing (though I won’t judge if you choose to savor it all by yourself).
Every now and then, I find myself drawn to the charming little spot known as Driftaway Cafe.
Nestled amidst the most scenic landscapes, it gives the sense of being on an island vacation right here in the heart of Georgia.
The walls, painted to pay homage to the beautiful Georgia coast, transport you to a serene beach, where all you can hear is the gentle lull of the waves.
This joint never fails to impress with its range of mouth-watering seafood and steak.
One of the must-try dishes on the menu is their crab cakes.
It comes with a slightly hefty price tag of $21 for a pair, but boy, oh boy, are they worth every penny!
Bursting with rich flavors, they leave you wishing for more.
It's not just the food that's exceptional; the overall ambiance of the place adds to the overall experience.
The garden view from the windows is simply delightful, making you feel as if you're dining amidst nature's beauty.
And if you're lucky, you might even get to witness the sight of beautiful flowers blooming outside.
However, Driftaway Cafe is always busy, buzzing with locals and tourists alike.
To make things even more convenient for their customers, they have adopted a modernized payment system where you can securely enter your information via a QR code.
From the juicy delicacies of Munchie's BBQ and Soul food to the flavorful combinations found at Elizabeth's on 37th, Savannah's culinary scene truly has something for every taste.
Living here and being able to enjoy these venues is truly a blessing.