TASTE OF THE TOWN
Sample delicious local foods with one of several leisurely paced culinary walking tours. You’ll not only be treated to sit-down service at some of Savannah’s best-loved restaurants, you’ll learn more of our history along the way.
Savannah’s Isaiah Davenport House is more than just a historic treasure: this home, saved from the wrecking ball, kick-started the preservation movement in Savannah. The Davenport House can offer your groups options that include late afternoon dessert and lemonade in its lush and beautiful garden, followed by a private tour of the home.
DON’T BE SHELLFISH
After your delight in the Davenport House Museum’s garden, travel to nearby Tybee Island, Savannah’s beach community, to savor some of the flavors of coastal Georgia. The Crab Shack at Chimney Creek has been serving up platters of Low Country boil, a Savannah favorite made up of fresh shrimp, clams, crawfish and crab boiled together in Old Bay with potatoes, smoked sausage and corn, since 1983. This former fish camp and marina is known for its super-casual atmosphere, live gator lagoon, and roaming pet cats, and your group won’t want to miss the chance to take a photo under the giant crab sign!
SALUTE TO THE SUNSET
Before heading back to the mainland, stop for a sip and a light snack at CoCo’s Sunset Grille, overlooking Lazaretto Creek on the marsh, where you can watch the fresh catch being unloaded on the dock. This brightly-colored bar salutes the sunset every evening by blowing on a conch shell horn and passing around a special shot. Your guests can gather on the rooftop deck with a drink to toast another perfect day in Savannah and on Tybee Island.