Guide to Savannah, GA
I definitely suggest making a reservation because depending on the day they fill up pretty fast. We used to LOVE their mac and cheese but they just changed the recipe. It's just okay now, it's creamy (we like baked) Their biscuits and cornbread are amazing, sweet tea, fried chicken and pretty much everything else we had.
Soho South is perfect for lunch, they're only open from 11-3 so plan accordingly on that. We personally loved the grilled cheese with tomato soup and of course sweet tea. But I did have an amazing pasta dish from their that was phenomenal so explore their menu.
This place is good for breakfast or brunch. I usually get the avocado toast :] the whole place is beautiful inside, but I love sitting outside when I can and it has that option. Yummy food and fancy coffee.
I really liked this place it's an American fusion. I liked their mac and cheese, the only baked mac I could find in all of Savannah and trust me, I looked.
If you need a sweet fix, Leopolds is the oldest ice cream shop in Savannah.
Getting Around and Exploring:
The Paris Market is a beautiful shop and also a cafe. It took me going 3 times to realize there was a downstairs area. So check it out. Everything is stunning and kinda pricey so try not to fall in love with everything but I just absolutely love it.
You have to check out River Street, it's one of the stop on the trolley, its right by the water and its cobble stoned streets. There are shops there and pubs.
It's a little walking area with shops and some entertainment, sometimes they have live bands.
Perry Lane Hotel has a rooftop with fun drinks and gorgeous views. If you’re looking for somewhere to watch the sun go down this is the place to be. The atmosphere is modern and fresh and the crowd is a mix of young and seasoned.
The Gryphon tea room has a ton of cool history, if you check this place out be sure to ask your server. It caught my attention because it looks like it was once a bank. It was built in 1926 and still has most of it’s original charm, stained glass windows included.
This place has an off and off tour. Basically there are stops around the city and as long as you have a valid ticket you can hop on any trolley that comes. They drive you around, tell you the history, you can hop off and hop on another. It's $28 a person but it's valid ALL day so you save your feet and your money on ubers.
Savannah is the most haunted city in the US and they have tours, we did this one and it was pretty fun. It takes you throughout the city giving you the spooky info on locations.