Info & Amenities
Circa 1993 deep in the historic Savannah area. Cozy, basement space for the first ten years, very reminiscent of the “beat poet” days. Fire places, very little day light, the early days were strictly beverages and a small menu of bakery fare. 2003 required a move to a larger location and the ultimate expansion of menu items.We were fortunate to move to a notable historic building at the south end of the popular Chippewa Square. The building is circa 1859 and has a long history of commercial versatility. We enjoy a wonderful diverse customer base, students, business professionals, faculty, other restaurant chefs and staff.
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I go to Gallery often because I work downtown. I can't have coffee, but they have a great tea selection. I would like to see them make a chai with a tea bags, and not a premixed jug in the fridge...
The folks that run this little shop are the best! They know their products and are very willing to assist you. Their tea and coffee priducts are unique. The cinnamon bun was delicious.
I went there but I couldn’t enter because the smell was bad. I don’t know why but appear me that the furnitures were olds. The place is a rustic coffee shop. I will try again.
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