Our cuisine and spirits are world-famous and extremely diverse. Sink your teeth into extra-crispy fried chicken, authentic shrimp and grits, finger-licking-good barbecue and so much more.
Bring that Educated Palate on a Pilgrimage Around Town
Experience Southern hospitality at Mrs. Wilkes Dining Room, serving home-style favorites since 1943. We have renowned steak houses, burger joints, fish houses and crab shacks that know how to heap on the extras. Don’t leave Savannah without visiting The Olde Pink House, a popular destination for seasonal Lowcountry cuisine in an 18th-century mansion, or soaking up 1750s seafaring lore at The Pirates’ House. Our cocktail culture includes rooftop patios, basement piano bars, Prohibition-era speakeasies and distilleries. Savannah also is home to craft breweries, including Service Brewing Co., that offer guided tours.
Cocktail wizardry is as important as the meal here in Savannah. The city’s open container law allows adults to sip a cocktail in public places in the Historic District – as long as it’s in an open, plastic cup holding no more than 16 ounces. Whatever your taste, just remember to grab your favorite cocktail in a to-go cup to continue your adventure!