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20 Timeless Savannah Spots

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Established in 1733, Savannah is full of hotels, restaurants and attractions that never get old.

17 Hundred 90 Inn

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17 Hundred 90 Inn & Restaurant

Named for the year is was constructed, 17 Hundred 90 Inn is Savannah's oldest accommodation. Located only a few short blocks from the famed River Street, this beloved haunt offers lodging and dining in the heart of Savannah's Historic District. Fans of spirits and spooky stories will also appreciate 17 Hundred 90's haunted history. Make sure to ask about Anna when you arrive! 

Brighter Day Natural Foods

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Brighter Day Natural Foods

Located in Savannah's Victorian District, Brighter Day Natural Foods has been providing Savannah locals and visitors with fresh and healthy products since 1978. This independent, locally-owned market offers a wide selection of natural food and products including produce, vitamins, herbs and more. In addition the market, the Brighter Day deli and juice bar offers fresh-made organic sandwiches, organic juices and smoothies, shots of organic wheat grass and a variety of organic dishes.

Byrd Cookie Company Factory Campus

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Byrd Cookie Company

In 1924, Ben T. Byrd, Sr. began baking small batches of cookies from his bakery in Savannah, Georgia, packing them in wooden crates, and personally delivering them to neighborhood markets in his Model T Ford. Today, you can tour the Byrd Cookie Company Factory Campus or shop for delicious treats at Byrd Cookie Company on River Street or Byrd Cookie Company City Market.

Savannah City Market

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City Market

Two blocks from River Street, Savannah's City Market dates back to 1755. A center of commerce and public market, it was here that fisherman and farmers brought their goods to sell. Today, City Market is home to some of Savannah's most impressive shops, restaurants, art galleries and more. City Market is even home to an interactive prohibition museum and speakeasy! 

Ray Ellis "Forsyth Park"

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Ray Ellis Gallery

Celebrated artist Ray Ellis painted for over seventy years on all seven continents. Founded in 1987, the Ray Ellis Gallery in City Market celebrates the work and mission of this famed creator. The gallery features original watercolors, oils, bronzes, 100+ prints and reproductions, a complete line of in-print books, as well as many quality secondhand copies of out-of-print titles. 

East Bay Inn

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East Bay Inn

On June 17, 1852, Edward Padefford purchased the property and began construction on the building that would one day become the East Bay Inn. Today, the inn boasts 28 charming guest rooms, a lovely parlor and a popular underground restaurant. 

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Elizabeth on 37th

Elizabeth on 37th has been serving fresh coastal seafood, local produce, house-grown herbs and edible flowers since 1981. Guests have flocked from far and wide for decades to feast on delectably unique fare inside of this classic 1900's southern mansion.

Foley House Inn

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Foley House Inn

Set in an 1896 redbrick home with a carriage house, the Foley House Inn is a genteel bed & breakfast filled with southern charm. Guests can enjoy a central location in historic downtown Savannah, made-to-order breakfast, antique furnishings, four-poster beds and more.

Gallery 209, Inc.

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Gallery 209, Inc.

Open since 1975 on River Street, Gallery 209 is housed in a renovated 1820's cotton warehouse with exposed beams, original stone walls, brick floors and a floating staircase. The two-story gallery showcases original paintings, sculpture, woodworking, fiber art, jewelry, enamels, photography and more. 

Garibaldi

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Garibaldi

Enjoy refined italian dishes with seafood accents at Garibaldi on West Congress Street. This Savannah dining institution is housed in a former firehouse and has been open since 1980. 

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The Gastonian

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The Gastonian

The Gastonian, comprised of two striking Regency Italianate-style mansions, rests in the heart of Savannah's beautiful Historic District. Built in 1868, these majestic mansions, like many of Savannah's oldest and most endearing homes, serve as reminders of Savannah's rich history. The Gastonian is now a leading historic Savannah and was voted best bed and breakfast in Savannah in 2005 and 2013.

Globe Shoe Co.

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Globe Shoe Company, Inc.

Globe Shoe Company, Inc. has been selling high-quality footwear since 1892 - but their inventory is far from old-school. Stop by their famous downtown store on Broughton Street or their midtown location in the Twelve Oaks Shopping Center. 

Levy Jewelers

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Levy Jewelers

The Levy family has been decking Savannah locals and visitors in diamonds and jewels since 1900. This Savannah establishment sells the highest-quality diamonds, watches, jewelry and giftware in the southeast. Keep an eye out for the big Levy Jewelers sign when you stroll down Broughton Street!

Olde Harbour Inn

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Olde Harbour Inn

With a history dating back to 1812, the Olde Harbour Inn on Factor's Walk is one of the oldest inns in Savannah. What was first the site of wharf warehouses and storage buildings, this historic inn is located within walking distance from the most popular Historic District attractions.  

Pearl's Saltwater Grille

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Pearl's Saltwater Grille

At Pearl's Saltwater Grille, the views are as delicious as the food! Nestled in the heart of Savannah's Moon River District, Pearl's is one of Savannah's only restaurants that offers panoramic views and a impressive menu. 

Planters Inn on Reynolds Square

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Planter's Inn

Set in a stately brick building, the elegant Planters Inn is located on beautiful Reynolds Square in downtown Savannah. The two-hundred year old inn features luxurious guestrooms, four-poster beds and a prime location right next door to the famous The Olde Pink House Restaurant

Presidents' Quarters Inn

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Presidents' Quarters Inn

Built in 1855, Presidents' Quarters Inn has played host to a slew of famous guests including Civil War General Robert E. Lee! Today, guests can enjoy luxurious accommodations in rooms named after U.S. Presidents who visited Savannah.

River Street Inn

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River Street Inn

Built in 1817, the River Street Inn is a two-hundred year old boutique hotel located in a converted cotton warehouse. Situated between historic Factor's Walk and River Street, the Inn overlooks the Savannah River and is an easy stroll to all Historic District tours, attractions, museums, antiques shops, souvenir shops, river cruises and restaurants.

Olympia Cafe

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Olympia Cafe

Those looking for a respite from fried chicken and southern cuisince have been frequenting Olympia Cafe since 1991. This cheery Greek eatery serves traditional fare like dolmades and spanikopita on Savannah's famous River Street.

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Kevin Barry's Irish Pub

Named the “Most Authentic Irish Pub” in the world by Irish Pubs Global Federation in 2016, Kevin Barry's Irish Pub has been serving up cold drinks, warm food, Irish music and dance since 1980. Adjoining Kevin Barry's enclosed riverfront balcony is balcony the Hall of Heroes, a military and service museum put together from pieces given to the owner, Vic Power. 

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