Tuesday, September 9, 2008

Dining in Savannah

Sure is hard to find a bad meal in Savannah. Of course, you can stand in line at Lady and Sons with the other tourists, but why? Savannah's full of great places and charming restaurants. Check out our recommendations, mostly from Michelle Anderson, who works in the e-Learning admissions at SCAD. You'll get a chance to meet her at the Resource Breakfast, so make sure to say hello.

J. Christophers Michelle's pic: Goddess omelette
Huey's on the River: Christine says: Near the River Street Inn. Beignets will give you a sugar high, but they're worth dropping the diet for the day.

Vic's on the River Michelle says: Great pulled pork and mac and cheese
Firefly Cafe Christine says: everything here is great, but I always get the corn chowder and the cranberry salad
Zunzi's Michelle says: Homemade South African cuisine! Order as take-out or eat on the patio (outside seating only)

Sweet Leaf Smokery Michelle says: Lunch or dinner, spicy barbeque. Great burritos!
Vinnie Van GoGo’s Michelle says: Great pizza/salad, great location, cash only
Pink House Christine says: we ate here for dinner in the bar and it was a fun evening

Leopold’s Ice Cream Michelle's pic: Smores!
Savannah Candy Kitchen Go for the overall feel of the place and find candy you haven't seen in years. Christine's pic: the farm fudge. There are two: one on River Street and one in City Market. The River Street one is bigger, but both have pretty much the same stuff.

Coffee shop
Gallery Espresso Michelle fav.: Chai Tea & Iced Thai Coffee

Do you have a favorite place to eat? Let us know!

1 comment:

Juan Castillo said...

I understand that The Lady and Sons takes reservations for parties of at least ten. Two of us are coming from Connecticut and interested in dinner on Monday the 6 th. around 6 or 7. Are there at least eight others that would like to join us?

Juan Castillo