Monday, October 29, 2012

Savannah, GA Places To Eat {Delightful Adventures}

Taking a trip to Savannah? Here are some restaurants I recommend.

12 W. Liberty Street
(between Bull & Whitaker Streets in Historic District)

Note: Soho South Cafe is only opened for lunch on weekdays and brunch on Sundays!

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 Front

Price: $8-$15
Cuisine: American Southern Comfort
Dress:Casual
Known For: Yummy Food (Voted Savannah's Best Lunch Place) and unique, whimsical atmosphere  
 
 Soho South Cafe is an art gallery as well as a restaurant!

This place was my favorite of all the places I ate in Savannah. I LOVE the atmosphere. I ordered the Modern Grilled Cheese and Tomato Soup combo and it was DELICIOUS. Trust me, it's not your Grandma's grilled cheese and Campbell's.

26 East Bay Street
(Behind the Exchange Bell to the Right of the Lion Fountain)

   
Price: $22-$30 for Dinner Entrees, $8-$15 for Lunch
Cuisine:  Southern American and Seafood
Dress: Casual for Lunch, Business Casual for Dinner
Know For: Food and Location (Views of the River)

We ate here for dinner and it was great-a wonderful atmosphere and delicious food. I ordered the Mixed Seafood Grill.

108 E. York Street
Note: Zunzi's is an Order and Take Out place-there is no seating inside. There is some seating outdoors. It's closed on Sundays.

  
Price: $8-$11
Cuisine: International (African and Greek)
Dress: Casual
Known For: Zunzi's is purely known for their well-flavored food.

I had a simple chicken wrap with tzatziki sauce because I'm a wimp and don;t like spicy food. But if you do like spicy, everyone else recommends The Conquistador.

 1110 Bull Street

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 Inside

Price: $30-$60
Cuisine: Southern, Local
Dress: Smart Casual
Known For: Local Cuisine, Modern Atmosphere

We went to Local 11 ten by suggestion from a friend who knows the executive chef. It was a great fine dining experience. I had  the Filet Mignon with potatoes, which was excellent and a YUMMY Pecan Carmel Pie for dessert. 

212 East Broughton Street


I love me some ice cream and Leopold's did not disappoint. Leopold's has been around since 1919 and offers a wide variety of homemade ice creams made on the premises with secret family recipes. They use all natural ingredients too. 

Price: $2.75-$4.75

Delightful Travels!
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