As you enter Soho you will see all kinds of paintings covering the walls, from fruits, to panoramas and portraits. It has bookshelves filled with books you can buy or borrow to read during your wait or while enjoying your meal. There are post cards designed from local artists you can purchase as souvenirs as well as cookbooks from many different authors.
The décor is artfully eclectic with different color walls such as yellow and blue. The floor is distressed and yet it is what makes Soho’s unique characteristics. It has a very open space feel because of its high ceilings, which have drapes, Christmas lights and even a mannequin hanging. So many different items yet so well brought together.
At Soho I have several favorite dishes that remain consistently good every time I go.
Mom’s Meat Loaf, on warm Kaiser roll with Russian dressing, lettuce, & tomatoes. Is huge! I can never bite into it I always have to use a folk and knife to cut it into bite size pieces. The meat loaf is simply delicious; as if it was served right out of Mom’s kitchen, bite after bite it takes you back home.
Grilled Ginger-lime marinated Ahi Tuna Steak with curry mayo, spinach, avocado, tomato, and red onion on griddled challah roll. I recommend this cooked seared it’s a perfect. A great source of protein with a filling ending.
Brunch is served only on Sundays and it is a very popular stop amongst the locals and tourist alike. For Brunch I suggest,
The Ham and cheese omelet, it is fluffy cheesy and just the right amount of salty. Always made just right.
Southwestern Burrito, with scrambled eggs, cheddar, avocado, black beans, & salsa wrapped up & drizzled with cilantro sour cream; served with a melon slice. This Burrito is perfect for those who do not really know what they want because it has everything inside of it, and it all goes so well together.
The Coffee at Soho I must say is one of the best in Savannah (in my opinion.) What makes it great is the heavy cream it is served with, I just can’t get enough!
All lunch and brunch items are serves with your choice of sides. Their menu also has a large selection of delicious and healthy fresh salads and let us not forget their signature Tomato Bisque soup. Items range from $3.75 – 14.95.
The service at Soho is good but lately it has been a bit slow, I am not sure if it’s because they seem understaff or just unorganized. But I do recommend giving it a go just try and call ahead to get reservations otherwise you might be waiting 30-45 minutes for a table. Maybe the wait is just a sign of great food! either way, definitely worth it.
(between Bull & Whitaker Streets in Historic District)
Savannah, GA 31401
Monday – Saturday 11 am-4pm.
Brunch Sundays Only 11am-4pm.