Everyone needs to eat! With all the exploring, walking, and maybe shopping, you need a place to stop for lunch or dinner, but maybe you don’t want to stop for long. In that case, let’s continue by being Casually Quick!

In no particular order, let’s check out these 5 Casually Quick Lunch and Dinner Spots.

$ Rating Key

Around
$10 & under

Between
$10 – $25

Between
$25 – $45

Around
$50 and up

Please note that the hours and opportunities listed below are subject to change and may have specific or different COVID safety policies.
Please contact the locations before visiting to confirm.

01

Boar’s Head Grill & Tavern

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Boar’s Head Grill & Tavern offers casual, riverfront dining in a unique restored cotton warehouse built in the 1800s. Specializing in the finest USDA-aged steaks, chops, live Maine lobster, local seafood, and sinfully delicious desserts, Boar’s Head caters to every diner’s needs.

02

The Shrimp Factory

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The Shrimp Factory on river street where you’ll find one of the city’s tastiest options for casual, coastal dining along the thriving riverfront. Housed in one of River Street’s former cotton warehouses built in 1823, The Shrimp Factory is known for its – you guessed it – shrimp! Serving lunch and dinner, we offer many dishes to enjoy along the Savannah River for the perfect dining experience.

03

The Cotton Exchange Tavern

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The Cotton Exchange Tavern is one of River Street’s oldest restaurants located in a Colonial-era cotton warehouse with exposed Savannah brick and waterfront views. The menu has something for everyone, hearty portions of fresh-caught seafood served grilled, broiled, or fried as well as a fine selection of steaks, well-stuffed sandwiches, and giant salads. Watch the ships roll in and out of the Savannah River and while away the afternoon over fresh peel n’ eat shrimp and cocktails.

04

Dockside Seafood

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Dockside Seafood Bar & Grill is the epitome of Savannah culture and cuisine all wrapped up into one historic River Street building from 1792. When you’re here, you’ll be seated among the original support posts, beams, joists, and stone walls of the oldest ballast stone and masonry building still standing in the state. Dockside Seafood offers up fresh catches from the sea as well as steaks, burgers, chicken dishes, and a lunch buffet. The outdoor seating, waterfront dining, and rustic interior provide patrons with a casual, yet rich dining experience. For the hungrier folk, try the ‘Heaping Platter of Steamed Shellfish.’

05

Churchill’s

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Churchill’s is a lively British-inspired restaurant & bar centrally located in the heart of Savannah’s historic district. Offering a range of dining experiences over three stories: You can enjoy the new open-air rooftop terrace, historic wine cellar, and iconic street-level main bar. The menu is centered around food from the “old country” and the “low country”, producing traditional British dishes while respecting local culinary heritage and ingredients.

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