Alligator Soul Restaurant

Don’t be fooled by the name, no alligators have ever been harmed here! Alligator Soul is conveniently located in the heart of downtown Savannah, right underneath the Telfair Square Post office.

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This basement level restaurant creates just the right setting for either a date or even a girls night out! The menu includes a variety of  delicious entrees so no one will leave unsatisfied.

Why not start off with one of their many signature cocktails? These are carefully crafted with only organic and fresh ingredients, so your palate will be pleased every time.  Their selection of bourbon and whiskey is vast, the wine list impeccable, and the signature cocktail menu is everything a connoisseur of fine spirits could ask for.

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The Etta James

An absolute must try when you are visiting Savannah would have to be Fried Green Tomatoes! This fresh and crispy combination makes a lovely start to any meal.  Follow up with the shrimp & grits made with wild caught Georgia shrimp that are sauteed with lemon butter, creole spices, and  Freeman’s Mill Stone-ground Georgia Grits. Trust me, you can’t go wrong there.  The chef likes to give the guest the option to experience something they may have never tried before. If you are on the adventurous side, I highly recommend choosing an exotic specialty like Elk, Ostrich, or even one of the  Game Birds. You can end your evening in decadence with one of Alligator Soul’s desserts. I personally love the Spring Cherry Bourbon Cobbler.

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Fried Green Tomatoes

Alligator Soul is cozy, inviting, and flavorful, a true Southern experience!

Alligator Soul Restaurant
Address: 114 Barnard St, Savannah, GA 31401
Phone:(912) 232-7899
Hours: 5:30 – 10:00 pm



One response to “Alligator Soul Restaurant”

  1. Mark says:

    I ate there a week ago for my birthday. Appitizers fried green tomatoes, seasoned Buffalo meat cooked in a corn husk,shrimp creole, and finally the main course a mouthwatering Hilbo Ribeye steak grilled to perfection. If you think Ruth Chris is good, give Alligator Soul a try, promise you won’t regret it.

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