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Known as Savannah’s Entertainment District, enjoy the nightlife and food scene as well as interesting shops, galleries and more! Enjoy pizza at Graffito, live music outside while enjoying a drink at District Seafood along the riverfront. There is a rooftop lounge for amazing views and so much more. Plant Riverside District is worth a visit when you are in Savannah.
If you enjoy coffee, baked goods and Tex-Mex then this is the place for you. This is a favorite spot for enjoying a cafe con leche and a pasty while getting some work done on their expansive patio. They also have beer, wine and live music on the weekends.
Reserve a room here in one of Savannah’s oldest Inns or choose to dine in their fine dining restaurant. The Inn also has a tavern, where you might hear tales of ghost sightings.
Abe’s on Lincoln is a dive bar with good drinks and a super casual atmosphere. Every inch of the walls and ceilings is covered with drawings of Abe Lincold. The patio is nice when it gets too crowded inside.
For open air specialty shopping, River Street Market Place is the spot. You will find hand made leather goods, T-shirts, hats, clothing, crafty things and lots more.
Occupying 30-acres in the historic district, there is plenty of room to enjoy reading, walking your dog, mingling with the locals and more. Be sure and visit the famous fountain.
For a more intimate and unique atmosphere, this 1920s inspired restaurant is sure to please. Enjoy oysters (fried or from the raw bar), asian inspired skewers of octopus, miso marinated duck breast and other delicacies from the sea.
This cafe inside the Telfair Museums’ Jepson Center, serves delicious soups, salads, paninis and more. There is no reason to leave the museum for lunch when there is such a fine spot within.
The beauty of this famous cemetery will leave you in awe. It is just outside of Savannah and was featured in the book and movie, Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil.
This eatery offers breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner for whenever you need a break. The shrimp and grits might just top the list of the best of the best and the chicken biscuit is to.die.for.
A seafood lover’s heaven, this restaurant is known for their low country boil but the fried seafood is also quite good. They also have chowder, tacos and po boys.
This popular spot for coffee and baked goods offers European Style dishes. They are very busy at breakfast time but the service is outstanding.
If delving into art and history is your thing then a visit to the Telfair Museums is a must. One ticket will provide entry to three different museums and you have 7 days to use your tickets.
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