There are many reasons to come to Savannah, not the least of which are the large number of excellent restaurants in town. But where to eat? We hope our list of the Top 15 Savannah restaurants will help you to decide!
Choosing the top 15 Savannah restaurants is no easy task, with so many excellent eateries in town. Our list is based upon diner-ratings from a number of sources, including the internet, guests, and our own experiences.
Of course, any list purporting to be the Top 15 Savannah restaurants is bound to be subjective, miss someone’s favorite, etc. As such, we’ve decided to list our selection of the Top 15 Savannah restaurants alphabetically, rather than by “best to worst”. The idea being that, regardless whom might be argued for as best, it can be agreed that all the Savannah restaurants on the list qualify as highly rated and worth a visit!
Top 15 Savannah Restaurants
22 Square Restaurant & Bar
14 Barnard St, (912) 629-9493
A “farm-to-fork restaurant” 22 Square Restaurant & Bar offers modern Southern cuisine from locally grown produce and sustainable ingredients.
114 Barnard St, (912) 232-7899
Eclectic Creole and Southern dining with a seasonal menu that utilizes farm-fresh ingredients, local day boat fish and grass fed meat.
128 E Bay St, (912) 712-3342
French-style cafe serving breakfast and brunch with amazing sandwiches, pastries, and lattes.
48 Whitaker St, (912) 443-1875
Unpretentious French cuisine with an extensive wine selection and Gastro Pub served in an old world bistro setting.
Elizabeth On 37th
105 E 37th St, (912) 236-5547
Fresh, coastal seafood, local produce, and house grown herbs and edible flowers provide a culinary experience reflecting a rich Southern heritage.
Joe’s Homemade Cafe
5515 Waters Ave, (912) 349-0251
Uncommonly delicious soups, salads, sandwiches, and pastries from locally sourced ingredients wherever possible.
Mrs. Wilkes’ Dining Room
107 W Jones St, (912) 232-5997
Southern-style home cooking served family-style at big, communal tables. Always a new menu, always an experience. Eat friendly.
Narobia’s Grits & Gravy
2019 Habersham St, (912) 231-0563
Soul food and Southern-style breakfasts and brunches – no-frills, traditional comfort food, good for the soul.
The Olde Pink House Restaurant
23 Abercorn St, (912) 232-4286
New southern cuisine in a sophisticated, yet casual setting – Savannah’s only 18th Century Mansion, with outdoor dining and live entertainment nightly.
8413 Ferguson Ave, (912) 356-5463
Savannah style BBQ reflecting Southwestern, Cajun, and Creole cuisines. Traditionally seasoned meats smoked over pecan and hickory chips and served with a variety of sauces.
Sisters of the New South
2605 Skidaway Rd, (912) 335-2761
The next best thing to homemade, Southern-style soul food including an award-winning Southern-style fried chicken.
The Starland Cafe
11 E 41st St, (912) 443-9355
Known for their authentic Panini, soups, salads, entrees, and fresh baked breads, Starland Cafe utilizes locally sourced ingredients.
Sweet Potatoes Kitchen
6825 Waters Ave, (912) 352-3434
Southern fare with a Caribbean twist, and serving a different sweet potato dish each day!
5515 Waters Ave, (912) 335-8146
Jamaican-born Chef Donavon Smith serves some of Savannah’s best, authentic Caribbean cuisine, including traditional dishes such as jerk chicken, curry goat, and beef stew along with sandwiches and more.
108 E York St, (912) 443-9555
A mixture of international cuisine including Swiss, Italian, South African and Dutch influences brought together to create unique, delicious, and fresh dishes unlike any other.
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