Find out what Soups restaurants to try in Savannah. Charming Savannah is the picture of antebellum hospitality, thanks to period architecture and oak-lined streets. It’s tempting to spend your trip just relaxing on vast verandas and sipping mint juleps, but there are plenty of historical sites and museums to explore. Haunting (and possibly haunted) Bonaventure Cemetery is one of the hallmarks of the city, featuring beautiful obelisks, masses of flowers, and ivy-covered crypts. Dine on fresh seafood and creamy grits for a taste of Savannah home cooking.
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4 based on 1016 reviews
Our concept focuses on providing perfectly prepared, fresh cut noodle dishes from various Asian nations including Vietnam, Malaysia, China, Thailand, Korea, Laos and others. Our signature noodles are made fresh, by hand, daily. Protein options abound, inc
We had a large group at lunchtime on a Sunday and they were so great about accommodating us! Everyone ordered different dishes; so fun to share and experiment. There was not a dud in the bunch! Everything ridiculously good. Be aware all dishes are very large though! We were traveling and couldnât take leftovers with us...maybe should have shared some dishes.
4 based on 347 reviews
Nestled in the heart of the Historic District between The Lucas & Trustees Theaters.
My wife and I were walking along Broughton Street one early afternoon when we came upon The District Cafe & Eatery, a corner restaurant with a large sign advertising their signature drink, âChamoozies,â a mixture of frozen fruit puree and champagne. Curious as to how it would taste, we entered the restaurant and decided to have lunch. As soon as we sat down, my wife asked the waitress for a lime chamoozie from among several daily flavors. It was served in a very tall glass, much larger than we had expected. The drink was absolutely delicious. It was now time to order our food. I selected their BAT (bacon, avocado and tomato) housed in a pressed panini, accompanied by a small bag of potato chips. My wife opted for âThe District Choppedâ salad (greens, tomatoes, onions, cucumbers, bleu cheese, candied pecans and roast chicken). What makes District Cafe stand out is that many of the ingredients on your plate are organic, coming from local farms, farmersâ markets and artisans. Their coffees are locally-roasted as well. Breads, sauces and dressings are made in-house. Equally deserving of praise is the fact that both owners and employees demonstrate an acute awareness of the environment, from the furniture being constructed of recycled wood to the waitstaff sorting trash for recycling after cleaning off a customerâs table. If you are looking for a locally-owned, eco-friendly restaurant with excellent food, The District Cafe & Eatery is the place to be.
4 based on 1909 reviews
Located in the historic City Market, Belfordâs was one of the restaurants most recommended to us by friends. We can testify for the pan-seared snapper and the goat cheese and arugula salad. The dÃ©cor manages to dress the remains of the original brick warehouse with elegance befitting the menu.Despite the grown-up atmosphere, Belfordâs is family-friendly and offers a separate childrenâs menu.To accommodate a wheelchair, the reception table at the entrance of the (pet-friendly) patio is shifted slightly, the double doors are chained open, and a ramp is laid downâwith appropriate fanfare and welcome.Thank you for sharing your Belford's experience. We appreciate your feedback. and hope to have the opportunity to serve you again soon.
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