Looking for a nice Savannah dinner without having to worry about a cab or getting your car out of the valet? Why not check out these 10 restaurants that are 1000 steps or less from our hotels.
The Olde Pink House
Take about 175 steps to 23 Abercorn St
Right around the corner you’ll find the Olde Pink House. Originally an 18th Century, the Olde Pink House features seafood caught daily in local waters, prime-aged beef, and traditional southern flare. With outdoor dining and live entertainment nightly, enjoy new southern cuisine in a sophisticated, yet casual setting.
B. Matthew’s Eatery
Take about 191 steps to 325 E. Bay Street
Looking for a full-service eatery with a casual deli and bakery feel? Take a quick walk down the street to B. Matthew’s Eatery. There you’ll find menus that feature a variety of traditional and New American style dishes using fresh, seasonal, and high-quality ingredients. Plus B. Matthews serves breakfast, lunch, dinner, and brunch!
Vic’s on the River
Take about 211 to 26 E Bay St
Get fine dining with a riverside view and a taste of American history. Vic’s on the River offers views of the Savannah River and an outdoor patio, where guest can dine under centuries-old Live Oaks overlooking Historic Factors Walk. Get a taste of sophisticated southern charm with their sophisticated take on traditional Southern cuisine and fresh, local seafood selections!
Sorry Charlie’s Oyster Bar
Take about 667 steps to 116 W Congress St
Take a few steps to Savannah’s premier oyster bar, Sorry Charlie’s Oyster Bar, serving fresh local seafood with an emphasis on southern regional flavors. Hot boiled peanuts, pimento cornbread, Lowcounty boil, and of course the freshest oysters, sourced both locally and from all over the country, served raw on the half-shell or roasted in a fire brick oven make this recently renovated restaurant a must-try.
The Pirates House
Take about 756 steps to 20 E Broad St
Find some nearby family fun at the Pirate’s House. Once opened for seafarers and blood-thirsty pirates, the Pirate’s House now welcomes all types of visitors to Savannah with a bounty of delicious food and drink and rousing good times! Be sure to try their varied selection of “scandalous desserts”!
The Lady and Sons
Take about 608 steps to 102 W Congress St
Get a taste of a Savannah staple at The Lady and Sons. You’ll not only be treated to delicious southern staples but might get a chance to see The Lady herself, Paula Deen.
Take about 630 steps to 10 Whitaker St
Experience the exotic flavors of the Far East at CO. Co gets its name from the Vietnamese word for ‘feast’ and that is what you’ll enjoy with choices from steamed buns to noodle bowls. They even provide Vegan and Gluten-Free choices.
Take about 853 steps to 114 Barnard St
Recognized among the best Savannah restaurants, Alligator Soul, is known as a romantic and elegant downtown dining destination. Personal touches matter at Alligator Soul. Discover the art of unpretentious fine dining at its best…eat, drink, and relax your soul!
The Collins Quarter
Take about 984 steps to 151 Bull St
Find a uniquely Australian, yet casual cafe environment at The Collins Quarter. From a decadent champagne breakfast to a delicious lunch or dinner cuisine paired with fine wines and craft beers, you’ll find a local, fresh and bright farm-to-table menu there.
Take the full 1000 steps to 309 W Congress St
Right on the edge of our list, but still located in the heart of the historic district, a.Lure takes a contemporary approach to classic southern recipes. The a.Lure menu is born from a love of fresh seafood, memories of home-cooked meals, and an appreciation for produce straight from the farm. Be sure to check them out when they stop by the local lobby! aLure.com
So many flavors to try! Be sure to book a stay today, so you can try them all!