Savannah Restaurants

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  • 1. Green Truck Neighborhood Pub

    $ | Thomas Square | Burger

    Serving one of the best burgers in the state, this casual haunt draws diners from far and wide for its grass-fed beef; vegetarians find satisfaction...Read More

  • 2. Huc-A-Poos Bites and Booze

    $$ | American

    Drink and eat like the locals do at this charming, laid-back spot. With walls covered in vintage signs, records, and various trash and treasure...Read More

  • 3. Little Duck Diner

    $$ | Historic District | American

    This enchanting family-friendly diner perched on the corner of bustling Ellis Square offers an array of comfy bites all day long. With a full...Read More

  • 4. Mrs. Wilkes' Dining Room

    $$$$ | Historic District | American

    Folks line up to enjoy Mrs. Wilkes's fine Southern fare, which has been served family-style at big tables for decades. Her granddaughter and...Read More

  • 5. B&D Burgers

    $ | Historic District | Burger

    Locally owned and operated B&D Burgers is a great bet for a quick, low-key bite to eat with offerings like—tempura-style chicken fingers...Read More

  • 6. Betty Bombers

    $$ | American

    Located inside the American Legion Post 135 on Forsyth Park, this throwback mess hall is a hit with the locals. World War II–theme decor lines...Read More

  • 7. Bubba Gumbo's

    $$ | Seafood

    Watch boats pass and the sun set over Lazaretto Creek while enjoying fried oysters, steamed shrimp, hush puppies, and Lowcountry boil. A laid...Read More

  • 8. Crystal Beer Parlor

    $$ | Historic District | American

    This former speakeasy has been serving hungry locals since 1933, and the back dining rooms are covered in historic newspaper clippings and local...Read More

  • 9. Desposito's

    $ | Whitemarsh Island | Seafood

    This place is about as low key as it gets, as evidenced by the neon beer signs on the walls and the day-old newspapers doubling as tablecloths...Read More

  • 10. Fire Street Food

    $ | Historic District | Asian

    Restauranteurs Ele and Sean Tran brought Asian-style street food to Savannah with their menu that boasts everything from sushi rolls to noodle...Read More

  • 11. Huey's Southern Café

    $$ | American

    As Southern food goes, Huey's is decidedly more New Orleans than Coastal Georgia, but it's not too far from home, as you'll discover with one...Read More

  • 12. North Beach Bar and Grill

    $$ | Seafood

    Between the historic Tybee Island Lighthouse and North Beach lies one of the island's most colorful, Caribbean-inspired eateries. The menus...Read More

  • 13. Pirates' House

    $$$ | Historic District | American

    A Savannah landmark, this 1753 house is steeped in history, including scary tales of trap doors and secret passages leading down to the waterfront...Read More

  • 14. The Crab Shack

    $$ | Seafood

    Where the elite eat in their bare feet" is the motto of this laid-back eatery tucked away on a side street just over the bridge to Tybee Island...Read More

  • 15. Vinnie Van Go-Go's

    $ | City Market | Pizza

    With a secret dough recipe and a homemade sauce, Vinnie's is critically acclaimed by pizza and calzone enthusiasts from around the Southeast...Read More

  • 16. Blue Turtle Bistro

    $$ | Southside | American

    Brought to you by the owners of those other great Savannah eateries B. Matthew's and Blowin' Smoke BBQ, Blue Turtle Bistro is a step in the...Read More

  • 17. Johnny Harris

    $$ | Eastside | American

    It opened in 1924 as a small roadside stand across from Grayson Stadium, and since then Johnny Harris has grown into one of the city's most...Read More

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