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Plant Riverside District is Savannah's new entertainment district.

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There’s always something new to discover in Savannah! From restaurants and attractions to an entire entertainment district, here’s what’s new in Savannah this year! 

Plant Riverside District

The highly-anticipated Plant Riverside District might be Savannah’s biggest addition of 2020. The entertainment hub is comprised of the JW Marriott Plant Riverside hotel, over a dozen eateries, art galleries, live performance venues, two rooftop spaces and more! You could spend an entire day exploring all that Plant Riverside has to offer.

3 Points Food Court

Savannah’s newest food truck park is located off the beaten path, just south of Victory Drive. Featuring a rotating food truck schedule, live music, movie nights and outdoor games, 3 Points Food Court is a fun hangout for date nights, small gatherings or family outings.

Savannah's Graveface Museum features the odd and macabre. 

Graveface Museum

The Graveface Museum is the perfect place for fans of the macabre and mysterious. The entrance, tucked away on Factor’s Walk, beckons passersby into a record and oddity shop decked out in unsettling taxidermy. Guests can also explore the museum itself, which features unusual true crime collections and a horror film-themed pinball machine room.

The Little Crown

The Little Crown is Pie Society's fresh spin on their City Market bakery location. With a newly designed pub-style setting, you can get cozy at the bar and wash down a pasty or pie with the house Butterbeer.

Origin Coffee Bar is available for parties and private events. 

Origin Coffee Bar

When the Clyde Venue isn’t busy hosting gorgeous weddings and private events, the space is home to Origin Coffee Bar. The husband-and-wife owners were inspired to create a mobile coffee bar and collaborated with the Clyde to create a semi-permanent parking spot for their coffee cart. Stop by their downtown Savannah location or have the Origin coffee cart come to you for your next corporate event or private party!

The Jules is located on Chippewa Square in Savannah's Historic District.

The Jules

Stay steps away from Savannah's iconic Chippewa Square at The Jules. The historic mansion, restored into six luxurious suites, is the perfect combination of vacation rental comfort and five-star experience. Ideal for a wedding night, romantic getaway, or girls’ weekend, catch a show at the Savannah Theatre next door then head out for a night on the town.

Pier 16 Seafood Restaurant

On Tybee Island, Pier 16 Seafood Restaurant is taking outdoor dining to new levels! The two-story deck allows diners to enjoy coastal breezes while chowing down on land and sea favorites like steak, oysters and blue crab cakes. Have a bite to eat then stroll along Tybrisa Street, also known as downtown Tybee Island.

Pier 16 Seafood serves seafood and steaks on Tybee Island, Savannah's beach. 

The Bluff Hotel Historic Savannah

Modern design and historic reverence await at the Bluff Hotel Historic Savannah on west Bay Street. This newly-renovated property is conveniently located next to Ghost Coast Distillery, Service Brewing Company and the Plant Riverside District. For easy access to the heart of Savannah’s Historic District, hop on one of the free hotel bicycles or take advantage of the shuttle service.

Be sure to put Savannah at the top of your 2021 bucket list! Check out these new things to do in Savannah during your next visit.

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