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 want something way off the beaten path. In that case, let’s continue by trying some funky fun!

Whether it’s the food, the location, the place itself, or all three the following places revel in the weird and unique. In no particular order, let’s check out these 5 Funky Fun 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

Zunzi’s & ZunziBar

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Zunzi’s is a South African-inspired takeout, delivery, and catering restaurant. Their Conquistador Sandwich: seasoned baked chicken with romaine lettuce, tomato, provolone, parmesan, Zunzi’s sauce, and Zunzi’s dressing on deliciously fresh baked French bread, has been voted the BEST SANDWICH IN THE STATE. No matter what you order, You’ll want to try the South African tea. Plus their spacious outdoor dining area is the perfect place to eat and enjoy a drink from Zunzibar.

02

Treylor Park

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How do you describe Treylor Park? Our concierge describes it as Gourmet Carnival Food. And besides, delicious, that’s the best description I’ve heard. With menu items like chicken & pancake tacos, bacon cheeseburger tacos, avocado fries (my personal fav), and cheesesteak egg rolls, that description should fit. However you describe it, Treylor Park lives up to its motto of being a place where quality comes first.

03

Common Restaurant . Bar

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Common Restaurant . Bar is anything but common. Guests can expect a creative, re-imagined take on classic pub fare with influences from all over the world. The Common proudly features produce, meat, and cheeses from local purveyors, giving guests a fresh, locally derived experience with each dish. You can expect the unexpected whey the menu will be changed quarterly to reflect seasonal ingredients and what is available from local purveyors

04

The Seafood Shack

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You have just found the Best Low Country Boil in Savannah. Savannah Seafood Shack serves up finger-licking seafood dishes like low country boils, fried and steamed seafood, po’boys, seafood cones, crab cakes, spicy garlic blue crabs, and much more. But what makes it swim differently from other seafood places is the Seafood Cones: a homemade waffle cone, filled with creamy ‘slaw and your favorite fried seafood then topped with their creamy house sauce!

05

Moon River Brewing Company

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Housed in one of the oldest, most historic, and genuinely haunted buildings in Savannah, you’re invited to experience the history and excellent food and hand-crafted beers at Moon River Brewing Company. Whether you’re looking for a burger with your beer or some classic low-country cooking, their kitchen is a melting pot of flavors, and they’re always mixing it up and innovating the menu to bring delicious food for the whole family. Eat inside or enjoy Moon River Brewing’s 5,400-square-foot beer garden featuring a single-story garden house, and bar.

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