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My GUide to 



I'm a self-proclaimed foodie + my travels revolve around where I want to eat. It's always my mission to find the neatest spots with the tastiest bites in each city. This is where I get to share them with you!


Cozy coffeehouses, craft cocktail bars, trendy tea rooms, local breweries, worthwhile speakeasies and other beverage stops will be listed in this section. What are you thirsty for?


When I visit somewhere new, I tend to stray away from the drab chains that may come up first in a Google search. Instead, I like to book rooms in boutique hotels, resorts, and Airbnb's with personality! 


Besides the normal "tourist traps", each city I visit has spaces worth seeing. I'll list must-see nature for the outdoorsy traveler, stores for the shopper, galleries for the creatives, and more!


to Eat:

SAV Eats

Collins Quarter $$

vibe: my favorite modern lunch/brunch spot there. they have two locations with different menus.

must order: avocado smash

smashed avo, heirloom tomato, radish, feta, three seeded bread, poached egg, beet hummus, chili oil

151 Bull St, Savannah, GA 31401

621 Drayton St, Savannah, GA 31401

Huey's $$

vibe: new orleans classic, down by the river

must order: mufaletta 

capicola, genoa salami, mortadella, provolone, olive giardinera, baker's pride bread 

*TIP - call 30 min before + expect to spend time walking around the area. 

115 E River St, Savannah, GA 31401

The Ordinary Pub $$

vibe: underground, exposed brick

must order: the ordinary burger

beef patty, woven bacon, house cheese sauce, agliatta sauce, fresh arugula, pub fries

217 1/2 W Broughton St, Savannah, GA 31401

Squirrels Pizza $$

vibe: only locals know about this place. eclectic art, thin pizza, full bar

must order: primo

ezzo's sausage, cupping pepperoni, green bell peppers, cremini mushrooms, caramelized onions, roasted garlic

2218 Bull St, Savannah, GA 31401

Leopold's $$

vibe: ice cream parlor lined with movie posters that's been doing it's thing since 1919

must order: chocolate chewies + cream

crispy, chewy chocolate cookies with Georgia pecans in our classic vanilla

212 E Broughton St, Savannnah, GA 31401


to Drink:

SAV drink

Two Tides $$

vibe: house turned brewery with colorful decor in each room and pinball machines

must order: high heights

tiramisu imperial stout brewed with a soft roasted touch, conditioned on Bolivian Itenez Wild Harvest Cocoa nibs and a custom Perc Coffee dark Brazil roast for heavy notes of chocolate, hazelnut, caramel, and CAKE.

12 W 44st St. Savannah, GA 31401

Peregrin $$

vibe: hotel rooftop that is inviting enough to spend hours sipping premium cocktails + taking in the view

must order: PCB

plantation pineapple rum, clement mahina coco, lime

356 E Perry St, Savannah, GA 31401 

(atop the Perry Lane Hotel)

Arches Bar $$$

vibe: cellar tavern with live music beneath the historic Olde Pink House

must order: the proper

prosecco, mulberry infused gin, lemon juice

23 Abercorn St, Savannah, GA 31401

The Drayton Rooftop + Coffee Shop $$

vibe: to the left of the lobby is their adorable, tiny coffee spot that also sells housemade pastries. upstairs is the glorious rooftop that not many people know about and has tons of space.

must order: (downstairs) vanilla latte w almond milk (and a biscuit if they have them, (upstairs) house chardonnay

7 Drayton St, Savannah, GA 34101


to Sleep:

SAV Sleep

The Drayton Hotel 4.5-star

vibe: luxurious, fun vibe, small rooms, smart tvs, restaurant, coffee shop, rooftop terrace

7 Drayton St, Savannah, GA 34101

Perry Lane Hotel 4-star

vibe: posh hotel with a sophisticated southern influence

256 E Perry St, Savannah, GA 31401

Get Cultured:

SAV Culture

Eat at The Olde Pink House

the national landmark opened in 1771 and is said to be haunted, but they serve up elevated southern cuisine

Visit Museums

i got the $20 ticket that allows you access to the three best spots for the week - Owens-Thomas House, Telfair Academy, The Jepson Center

Waltz the Riverside

the more "touristy" sides of town are usually the ones i avoid. i recommend walking down to the riverside for breakfast or lunch to check out the view of the 4th busiest port in the country.​ 

Explore Forsyth Park

it's a gorgeous green with history, a restaurant, tennis courts, and plenty of benches to open a book or to journal

Shop around Starland

this is the more "hip", artsy neighborhood of savannah that houses stores, restaurants and coffee shops

The Quick List

for ️☕- Drayton Hotel, Collins Quarter

for 🍳- Collins Quarter, Huey's


for 🍕- Squirrel's Pizza


for 🍞🥗- Collins Quarter

for 🍔  - The Ordinary Pub

for 🍏🍌🥒🥑🥕🍒- Fox + Fig


for🍦- Leopold's


for 🥂🍸🍷🥃🍻- Peregrin, Arches Bar, Two Tides, The Drayton Roof

for ‍🏃‍♀️💪🚴‍♀️- Forsyth Park

for 🎼- Arches Bar

for 💤 - The Drayton Hotel or Perry Lane Hotel

for 🛒 - Starland District

for 🎨 - The Jepson Center

for 🤓 - Telfair Academy, Owens-Thomas House

SAV Quick
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