Eats & Libations



B Matthews
Classic & modern American fare in a refurbished vintage space. This local favorite espouses a comfy feel featuring bare bulbs, hardwood floors, and exposed brick.

Maple Street Biscuit Company
Casual café this regional chain serves breakfast sandwiches & Southern sides daily until 2 p.m.

Clary’s Cafe
A local Savannah landmark, this Southern-style diner offers American classics for breakfast & lunch with a hometown feel. Grab one of their famous eclairs to go, sized to share or save.

Dinner, Lunch & Casual

Flying Monk Noodle Bar
Popular Asian noodle dishes are offered in this shotgun style eatery in a former Broughton Street storefront.

Locals line up for South African inspired meals at this pint-sized, counter-service eatery.

Vinnie Van Go Go’s
Casual pizza joint (with patio seating) known for its generous slices & thin-crust pies. Cash only.

The District Cafe
Contemporary cafe serving sandwiches, soup, and baked goods, this health-conscious café offers rotating seasonal menus and locally roasted coffee, as well as beer & wine.

Collins Quarter
Equal parts bar, cafe & restaurant this high traffic street side spot serves espresso, beer, wine & Australian-accented meals

Treylor Park
Bustling vintage Bay Street space with open-air patio space serving reimagined Southern comfort classics, cocktails & beer.

Mrs Wilkes Dining Room
Line up early to sample some of the best Southern cooking Savannah has to offer. Family-owned since 1943, this busy Savannah staple serves family style favorites.

Dinner/ Fine Dining

The Olde Pink House
Reimagined Southern cuisine served in an elegant Colonial mansion this local staple also offers live piano performances in the cellar nightly.

The Grey
This high-end retro venue offers modern Southern eats as well as 2 separate bars all within an old refurbished bus depot.

Local 1110
Seasonal American dishes with a Southern touch served in a contemporary minimalist setting. Rooftop seating is also available and includes regular live music performances as well as an upstairs bar.



Experience one of the only rooftop views south of Bay Street. It’s easy to catch yourself feeling sophisticated while sipping a hand-crafted cocktail atop one of the city's hippest new hotels. After a few up top, head downstairs to check out one of the hotel's two other bars, try The Wayward bar where high and lowbrow meet, or try the approachable yet upscale Emporium Kitchen and Wine Market.

Rocks on the Roof
Make a memorable moment out of one of the best views the city has to offer as sunset falls over The Savannah River. Known as the cities original rooftop bar, this hand curated maritime themed lounge features tapas style small plates and a regularly rotating schedule of live entertainment.

Dive Bar

Pinkie Masters
The city's authentically delightful and dingy dive bar. Stop by Pinkies to catch a hot take on local politics or sip an old-fashioned amongst aging photos of former patrons. With its no frills attitude and retro décor you’ll feel right at home in this semi-historical hole in the wall. It’s said Jimmy Carter once jumped up on the bar to announce his run for presidency here, ask another customer about it, they were probably there.

The Rail Pub
Home of the five-dollar 40 oz, this Congress Street staple was chosen as 2018’s best dive bar in the US by Bar and Nightclub Magazine. Every Friday grab a forty and shake your tail feather at free fried chicken Friday. Featuring a multi leave patio and 3 separate bars The Rail also offers weekly live music and outdoor activities in their attached courtyard take your chance to toss some bags or putt a mini-golf hole in one.

Craft Beer & Cocktails

Moon River Brewery
Sample some of the city’s finest beers in this 200-year-old hotel turned brewpub. Said to be occupied by the ghosts of the former hotels’ tenants, Moon River offers a wide selection of pub food favorites as well as a spacious dog-friendly beer garden. Ask about the restaurants rounded corners, designed to dissuade spirits from lingering.

World of Beer
This nationally recognized name now has a home on the cities’ main strip, offering a wall to wall selection of imported and American drafts and spirits. The bars’ Broughton Street location makes it easily accessible to thirsty shoppers between the cities’ plentiful selection of stores and businesses. Grab a brew and topple a giant game of jenga or watch the working world walk by under the shade of the arching entryway.

Crystal Beer Parlor
This early twentieth century lunch counter & bar located in a 100-year-old former grocery is known for its massive tap list and extensive menus. Try the Au Poivre Burger topped with a house made green peppercorn and brandy sauce, you won’t find another like it. .