Circa 1875 Review
The closest thing you can find to Parisian bistro dining in Georgia, this intimate gastropub has introduced Franco-fare to Savannah thanks to a menu rich in traditional dishes like the escargot and pâté starters, and the steak frites, ragout, and cassoulet entrees. Don't miss the mussels lovingly steeped in fennel, shallots, and white wine (and be sure to ask for extra bread to sop up the heavenly juice in the bowl). Trust the well-trained staff to suggest a wine pairing for your meal. Head next door to the adjacent bar either for an apertif after your meal or if you're in the mood for a late-night bite, as the kitchen stays open late for orders from the bar wing.