Port Wentworth is a city in Chatham County, Georgia, United States. The population was 5,359 at the 2010 census, with an estimated population of 6,529 in 2013. It is part of the Savannah Metropolitan Statistical Area.
Things to do in Port Wentworth
4.5 based on 710 reviews
Southern hospitality, good food and sweet tea! Our server, Lisa, was pleasant and on top of all the tablea she was helping. Brunswick stew was top-notch. My husband enjoyed the crab cake sandwich that Lisa recommended. It had nice pieces of crab with little filler. Mrytle Beach
4.5 based on 236 reviews
The folks that brought you Bella Napoli and Little Italy, in Downtown Savannah and Wilmington Island, GA, introduce Terra Mia Italian Bistro & Pizzeria, in Pooler, GA. From The Old Country to The Lowcountry, Terra Mia Bistro features authentic Italian specialties from pasta to pizzas to paninis. A great place for a night on the town or a family get together, at Terra Mia, you become La Famiglia!
Wonderful Food, Service, and great Dinner experience.. period. The only downside is the moderate to small size of the restaurant and it's popularity. We had a meat pizza and meat pasta dish. Superior flavors and ingredients. Will definitely be back. The staff were very friendly and very helpful with a small kid.
4.5 based on 204 reviews
Pie Society is a traditional British Bakery serving up authentic, delicious savory and sweet pies, pasties, quiches and desserts. We are a British-owned, family company with locations in City Market in Downtown Savannah and in Pooler near the Tanger Outlets. We hand-make all our products daily, using only the best ingredients. Stop in for a cup of tea served in a China pot, a handmade meat pie or a slice of Bakewell Tart- a delicious almond cake originating from the home county of our owners!
My daughter and I found the listing here on Trip Advisor, and being Anglophiles, we had to try it! The Steak and Mushroom Pie was delicious, as was the cranberry scone. We brought home some Cornish Pasties and a Bakewell Tart, and I expect those to be just as good. I wish we lived closer as I would love to taste more of their savory and sweet pies. The only thing I found a bit lacking was the use of tea bags rather than brewed tea. At least the water in the teapot was plenty hot and the tea choices were excellent. Just strange not to have brewed tea in an English tea shop. Even so, I would highly recommend!
4.5 based on 66 reviews
Heard about Babe's and decided to go today with a friend. We both thought the food was great! My friend had the pork BBQ plate and I had the Redneck Reuben. The absolute winner was the RedNeck Stew which is Brunswick stew with macaroni. We definitely will be taking the 30 min trip back there again.
4.5 based on 477 reviews
We are a quick service cafe serving specialty coffee, quiche, pastries, craft beer, wine and cheeseboards. Join us throughout the day for expertly crafted caffeinated beverages and a cozy quirky environment. All of our coffee is locally roasted by PERC Coffee Roasters.
Friendly, welcoming staff in this coffee shop pulled right from the hipster handbook. I stopped in two different times during a recent visit to Savannah. I tried both their iced coffee and a hot latte with almond milk. Both were excellent. Would definitely visit The Coffee Fox on my next trip there.
4.5 based on 142 reviews
Shabu-shabu (hot pot) | Appetizers | Bubble Tea | Smoothies What's shabu-shabu? Here's a brief overview: The name "shabu-shabu" literally means "swish-swish". It comes from the sound and action of the thinly sliced meat being swished with chopsticks in the hot pot. Shabu is an Asian-style fondue that involves cooking thinly sliced raw meat, seafood and/or vegetables in a pot of broth. Shabu varies slightly by different cultures and different regions such as Taiwan, China, Japan, and Korea. At Splendid Shabu-- you're the chef! You pick the ingredients. You pick the broth. You create your own dipping sauce. There's no wrong way to enjoy it. How to shabu-shabu? 1. Select your BROTH, NOODLE, and COMBO from our menu. You may also add on extra a la carte items. 2. Once you've ordered, head to our Splendid SAUCE BAR to create your own dipping sauce! 3. When you're hot pot arrives, slowly and carefully submerge some of your veggies and noodles to cook. 4. Using chopsticks or tongs, take pieces of the thinly sliced raw meat and/or seafood then gently "swish-swish" in the pot. You may also use the handheld strainer. **Some seafood may require a longer cooking time. 5. If your utensils come in contact with raw meat, simply dip them into the pot for several seconds before using them. 6. Have fun, savory each bite, and ENJOY! **Shabu fares well with Bubble Tea, Beer, and Sake.
Enjoyed a very good dinner here with my wife. She had the regular broth and I had the special, spicy broth. We both had the regular veggies that come with it and I added tofu to mine. She had pork, while I mixed beef and pork. We added our own mix of sauces from the sauce bar which livened our respective dishes a bit more. The use of the sauce bar is key to customizing your dish to your liking.
My wife noted that the regular broth is a bit plain compared to the other choices, but again, the sauce bar is key. My spicy broth contained two things that I did not like, cloves and Chinese peppercorns, though they did not take away from my overall enjoyment of the dinner. Next time I'll order the plain broth and use the sauce bar to provide the spices/flavors to my dish.
This is a place we'll certainly return to over and over.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Inspired by the decadence of the 1920s, Chive Sea Bar & Lounge offers a unique dining affair in Savannah's Historic District. Located on bustling Broughton Street, Chive is a refreshing change of pace for those seeking an intimate experience like no other, for special occasions or a weekday wind down. Our signature vintage cocktails made with top-shelf favorites are perfectly paired with dishes incomparable to any fare served downtown. Chive Sea Bar & Lounge is the ideal place for the Southern pace, bringing the classic to the contemporary.
A very attractive room with a great buzz. All the food was excellent. Seafood soups, salads, cobia, sea bass and crab. Decent wine list. Service knowledgeable and professional. Reasonably priced & well worth it.
4.5 based on 345 reviews
My wife and I stopped off at this little area of candy heaven, on our recent trip to Savannah. Free praline samples were delicious, and we purchased pecans, a pecan log and chocolate pralines-all non fattening of course! A little pricey but worth the visit.
4.5 based on 964 reviews
Best Desserts in town voted by Savannah voters since 2008. Full bar with chocolate martinis, beer, liquor, wine, champagne cocktails, organic fair trade coffee, sipping chocolate, cakes, brownies, creme brulee, fondue, home-made ice cream, truffles, chocolate covered strawberries and much, much more. Happy hour daily til 6pm. Local favorite spot to celebrate the big and little things in life!
Our waitress at Ordinary recommended we come here for dessert. Boy was she right! I had the Cheese Platter (a Charcuterie or Combination Charcuterie and Cheese are also available). It was exactly what I wanted. The other folks in our party had various other desserts that were excellent. The service was also excellent. Definately save room to enjoy a stop here.
4.5 based on 8 reviews
No trip to Savannah is complete without a visit to Leopold's Ice Cream! Named One of the Top 10 Ice Cream Parlors in the World, Leopold's is a "Must-Do." You'll love our retro ice cream parlor, complete with old-fashioned soda fountain & friendly soda jerks. You'll also experience a little piece of Hollywood in Savannah as you peruse Stratton Leopold's collection of film posters and props from films he has worked on over his 45 plus years in the movie industry! Leopold's Ice Cream was founded in 1919 by three brothers from Greece. They learned the art of candy and dessert from an uncle who had settled in America. The brothers perfected their secret formulas and created the now world-famous Leopold's VeriBest™ ice cream. Our ice cream is made in historic, Downtown Savannah, one batch at a time, using family recipes handed down from the Leopold brothers. With our full soda fountain menu & more than 28 flavors available at any given time, we've got something just for you!
I went to Leopold’s ice cream with my family not to long ago. When we got there, there was quite a long line. Since we had wanted to try it for so long we waited! I personally got the ice cream sandwich with chocolate chip ice cream! It was delicious and I would definitely recommend! Although the line was long Leopold’s has a great staff, and I was very impressed with how fast the line moved. They had great service and were very efficient! Everyone must try it at least once. I will go back next time I visit!!
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