Zunzis is a South African infused, hole in the wall sandwich shop with a classic hometown-Southerny vibe. Don't let the (potentially) long lines deter you - it's a local favorite and well worth the wait. According to one particularly eloquent Yelper, "you're batsh*t crazy if you don't get The Godfather."
108 E York St
Kick back with some Tubby's seafood above River Street and people watch to your heart's content!
115 E River St
Discover this underground hotspot bustling with live music and eclectic tapas. A local favorite, Jazz'd has a sophisticated metropolitan vibe just under the very Southern streets of Savannah.
53 Barnard St
Basically everything is either fried or seafood - no complaints about that. Carey Hilliards gives a portion of its expense budget each year to worthy organizations including CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children), Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, March of Dimes for babies. Food with purpose!
3316 Skidway Rd
A very cool historic atmosphere with great food (especially the award winning shrimp and grits). On one of the walls is a hand drawn map by union soldiers that was used for strategic planning during the Civil War.
26 E Bay St
Civvies literally = "civilian clothes, as opposed to a uniform." As the name suggests, at Civvies you can score unique vintage finds and ditch that old Zara top everyone and their mother has. Civvies will also buy your old clothes and recycle them.
14 E Broughton St
Broughton Street is the place to go for any serious shopper (or normal people). Thrift shops galore, Savannah classics, and big retailers (think Free People, Urban Outfitters, H&M...)
Following along the Savannah, River Street is considered the heart of historic Savannah. Constructed 200 years ago as cotton warehouses, the buildings underwent a massive renovation in the 1970's have been converted to antique shops, boutiques, galleries, pubs, and restaurants.
River St, Savannah, GA 31401
At the center of Savannah’s historic district lies Forsyth Park, a must see when visiting. Bring your dogs, kids, whatever, and enjoy a nice picnic or afternoon stroll. That’s sort of all there is to say about a park, but see the famous picturesque fountain!
Simply a gorgeous beach with a very picturesque dock, close to Savannah!
Check this out on a map — amid surrounding inns, historic homes, churches, and museums, lie 22 squares on a nearly perfect grid. Each square has its own unique ambiance and history, but they’re all adorned with greenery and big oak trees.
City Market is a little on the touristy end, but definitely still a great visit packed with historical value. It's survived and thrived after two fires, a civil war, and a great hurricane, remaining the heart of Savannah through it all. Nicknamed the "Art and Soul of Savannah," there are tons of eye catching shops, art galleries, cute bistros, and live music, all with an old school feel. You can turn your venture to City Market into a day by taking a short walk to River Street afterwards.
219 W Bryan St