Good Places To Eat Savannah

Good Places To Eat Savannah

Best New Restaurants 2012-Savannah Now

Sage SavannahSage is located at 41 Whitaker St. between Congress and Broughton streets. Sage is located in the space formerly occupied by Sushi Zen, which moved to Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard in 2008.

Read Bill Dawers’ review of Sage here

 

The Coffee Fox SavannahFrom the makers of Foxy Loxy comes The Coffee Fox, Broughton Street’s newest addition. Could it give Gallery Espresso a run for its money?

 

Fire Street Food SavannahThe concept of Fire Street Food mixes old school diner-food with a touch more of a modern finish.

 

a.lure savannahThe downtown dining scene got a major new addition in April with the opening of a.lure at 309 W. Congress St. That’s the space most recently occupied by the wine bar Bacchus. But area foodies might be more likely to remember when it was Bistro Savannah, which closed in 2009. Curious to learn more? See Bill Dawers’ review of a.lure here.

 

Satisfied SavannahSince Satisfied opened a few months ago on Broughton St., it’s kept the scenery interesting with live music most weekends and a big game party that drew a packed house.

 

Betty Bombers SavannahBetty Bombers! What a name. And what awesome hours.Read Bill Dawers review.

 

The Public Kitchen and Bar SavannahThe Public Kitchen and Bar at Liberty and Bull Street has the look and feel of a trendy Upper West Side cocktail bar, almost making you almost forget you’re in Savannah. That is, until you look out the window and see the horse carriages passing by! See Bill Dawers’ review here.

 

Cafe Florie SavannahWhile Café Florie technically opened its doors in December 2011, we’re including this epic soul-food joint in our list anyway. The New York Times certainly had good things to say about it!

 

 

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