Savannah Restaurants

Savannah RestaurantsVacation in Savannah must include some of the wonderful restaurants available. There are highly-rated restaurants in a range from casual to fine dining. Many are in historic settings, giving you the feel for old-time Savannah, a true gem of the South.

Fine Dining

If you want fine dining in Savannah restaurants, check out the Olde Pink House. Opened in 1928, they have a tradition of excellence at dinner, valet parking, and a banquet room if you have a large group. You might also enjoy Elizabeth On Thirty-Seventh, featuring traditional Southern food in a dressy atmosphere. Reservations are suggested.


Among the more casual Savannah restaurants, you will find Mrs. Wilkes' Dining Room. Open for lunch only, they serve southern food in a casual family atmosphere. For breakfast and lunch at reasonable prices, try Clary’s Restaurant. With a casual diner atmosphere American soul food, it is a good place to take a family for lunch.

Very Savannah

One of the Savannah restaurants with an old city feel is Pirates’ House Restaurant, which also has a banquet hall if you need one. For casual dining and Southern barbecue, go to Wiley’s Championship Barbecue. For a southern feel, try Sweet Potatoes Kitchen and SOHO South Café.

One of the advantages of staying in a vacation rental instead of a hotel is that you can bring food home or order in and dine in a casual atmosphere at your leisure. If you want pizza, order from Vinnie Van Go Go’s, Spanky, or Mellow Mushroom. Pick up a sandwich and pastries for breakfast or lunch at Back in the Day.

Another advantage to finding a place to stay at is that you can bring your dog or cat with you. And among Savannah restaurants you will find a number of restaurants with outdoor tables where your well-behaved dog is welcome.


Among Savannah restaurants you can find many varieties of international cuisine. Whether you have a soft spot for sushi, a preference for pasta, or a craving for Caribbean, you will find it in Savannah. There is a restaurant called Island Breeze that locals go to often for authentic jerked meat and Caribbean drinks. For a Mexican night, Juarez Restaurant and Cilantro’s Mexican Restaurant both got good reviews. There are also Savannah restaurants that serve Thai or Vietnamese foods.

Whatever your preference, you are sure to find it among the wide variety of Savannah restaurants that have received excellent reviews from travelers.