Savannah Georgia Restaurants
There's a character and personality to Savannah that you feel from the moment you arrive. Shouldn't your dining experience also be in with a warm atmosphere in a place like no other? Here are some of Savannah's well known fine dining restaurants.
You'll find Savannah charm at Billy's Place. Pair your delicious meal with complimentary wine choices from the extensive wine collection. At Billy's Place, you'll find more than great food. If you seek entertainment while you eat, then the live piano music or house jazz band (depending on the night) will please your ears while the chef's creations please your taste buds. Entrees include roast pork tenderloin, chicken pesto and Maryland style lump crab cake dinner.
Unrivaled ambiance and charm awaits you at 700 Drayton. This Savannah restaurant has 6 different dining rooms and is located at The Manson on Forsyth Park, the city's most unique hotel. The restaurant is located in the original house that was built in 1888 by the Kayton family in Savannah -- while the hotel was built in 2005 to match the architecture of the original home. Exquisite appetizers such as bacon enrobed Georgia quail, she crab bisque, or rope cultured mussels wet the appetite. Meat & game entrees include blue cheese filet mignon, broiled fenched pork chop and new york strip. Enjoy an extensive wine list and signature desserts too.
1790 Inn & Restaurant
The restored brick fireplaces at 1790 provide a coziness that makes for a delightful evening and wonderful dining experience. The interior is tastefully decorated in southern style. As for the menu, you'll find everything from spicy jambalaya to chicken and seafood. A variety of steaks give the meat and potato lover a meal that will totally satisfy.
Tourists looking for accommodations and fine dining choices in Savannah have a two-for-one opportunity with 1790 Inn & Restaurant.
The Cotton Exchange
The Cotton Exchange Seafood Grill & Tavern is a River Street favorite. They invite you to "watch the ship's roll in and out" along the Savannah River. Eating a meal here is a unique experience. It's a chance to dine inside a former cotton warehouse from centuries past. The Cotton Exchange's most famous menu item might just be the Baked Stuff Flounder although the Seafood Scampi would be a close second. Seafood lovers will not be disappointed with a visit to The Cotton Exchange Tavern.
The Shrimp Factory
Enjoy a front row seat as big ships sail up the Savannah River while you wait for any of the dozen plus entrees you may order at The Shrimp Factory. Sitting right on River Street
, you can order Atlantic Salmon, Blackened Grouper Florentine, Creole Pepper Shrimp, or Filet Mignon. It's and fine dining in a casual style.
Uncle Bubba's Oyster House
What makes Uncle Bubba's famous is all about family. Bubba is the brother of Paula Deen -- Savannah's most famous celebrity chef. For starters, Uncle Bubba's offers variety ranging from Corrie's Crab Bites to Boom Boom Popcorn Shrimp to Cheese Quesadillas. Soup lovers will have a hard time choosing between Grannie Paul's Oyster Stew or the Gumbo which includes shrimp, scallops, oysters, chicken and sausage. Surf & Turf gives both seafood lovers and everyone something to enjoy. On weekends at Uncle Bubba's, the star of the menu is the southern seafood buffet.
Carlito's Mexican Bar & Grill
Reasonable prices and all of your Mexican favorites at at Carlito's on Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. Appetizers include Mexican Chicken Soup, Popping Poppers (stuffed jalapeños with jack cheese), Avacado Bites, and Empanads. The A La Carte menu has everything you would expect at a great Mexican restaurant -- tacos, tamales, burritos, taquitos, tostada, enchiladas, and chili con carne. Specials include "Taco Tuesday" with $1.00 hard-shell tacos only.
Downtown Savannah Restaurants - Pizza
There's nothing like a hot slice of pizza! Downtown Savannah has several great places where you can grab your favorite slice in between seeing all the great tourist attractions in town.
Come taste Italy's culinary treasures in the heart of Savannah. Located just a few blocks east of Forsyth Park, this restaurant serves authentic Italian cuisine and features both indoor and outdoor seating.
Corleone's was the 2012 winner of the Open Table Diner's Choice Award. A rich Italian menu is on the table at this Savannah restaurant with such classics as lasagna, baked cheese tortellini and manicotti filled with parmesan, ricotta, and mozzarella cheeses. Open for lunch Monday - Saturday and dinner 7-days a week, Corleone's is convenient to tourists staying in downtown Savannah hotels with its location on the corner of Broughton Street and MLK Boulevard.
Bella's Italian Cafe
Where the locals of Savannah go for Italian! Bella's is a charming little cafe located 3 miles south of Savannah's Landmark Historic District. Offering a number of Red Wines & White Wines, Bella's serves up enjoyable pizza, panini's, sandwiches, and pasta specialties including manicotti, tortellini, baked ziti and linguini.