Savannah is a city filled with lots of history, fine arts, and culinary treats. It is home to several colleges and universities so there is much to offer when visiting but take the time to enjoy the slower pace of life here while taking in all the sights and sweet stops along the way.
2017 Bucket List:
Chocolat by Adam Turoni, 323 W Broughton Street, (912) 335-2914. I heard the dark chocolate filled with honey from the Savannah Bee Co. is to die for!
Two Smart Cookies, 6512 White Bluff Road, (912) 353-2253. Known around town as the place to get the best cookies, Two Smart Cookies offers over 250 specially iced cookies in a variety of theme shapes. Featured in Southern Living, Cooking with Paula Deen and Savannah Morning News.
Grey, 109 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd,(912) 662-5999. The most talked about restaurant in Savannah now housed in a former Greyhound bus station.
Noble Fare, 321 Jefferson Street, (912) 443-3210. The menu changes daily but everything looks so good...truffle potato puree, diver scallops, braised beef short ribs, chocolate love cake, the citrus curd tartlet.
Local 11Ten, 1110 Bull Street, (912) 790-9000. Enjoy a cocktail on the roof top at Perch.
Elizabeth on 37th, 105 E 37th Street, (912) 236-5547. One of Savannah's most elegant and fine dining establishments with a seven course tasting menu. I have read well worth the splurge!
The Florence, 1 W Victory Dr #B, (912) 234-5522. Known for its wood-fired pizzas and pasta.
Green Truck Neighborhood Pub, 2430 Habersham Street, (912) 234-5885. Voted Best Burger in Savannah for several years.
NOLA Jane, 2436 Bull Street, (912) 441-3957.
A husband-wife owned boutique carrying home accessories, hand-made furniture, and clothing.
Prospector Co., 320 W Broughton Street, (912) 712-0211. Check out the various shaving accessories, facial cremes or cleansers and leather goods.
Smith Brothers Butcher Shop. 535 E Liberty Lane, (912) 239-4512. Beautiful looking shop and perfect to pick up anything you need for dinner from meat, wine, cheese, dessert, and flowers.