Off to Savannah: Treylor Park and the Prohibition Museum

Just a few days after returning from El Salvador, it was back to the airport and off to Savannah for the long Presidents’ Day weekend!

It was my first time in the Georgia coastal city and I was looking forward to a charming Southern escape. I checked in to my historic district hotel and walked over to Treylor Park nearby for lunch.

I took a seat at the bar and ordered the Flying Wasp made with mint tea vodka, lemon, and simple syrup. It was refreshing and delicious. To eat, I tried the Chicken & Pancake Tacos which had pieces of fried chicken in lightly toasted peppered pancakes topped with chili aioli and strawberry salsa. Good stuff!

I enjoyed my lunch at Treylor Park then walked around Savannah’s historic district for a bit to see various historic landmarks and the City Market.

The open-air market has a variety of shops, restaurants, and bars with live music happening most nights. You’ll also find the American Prohibition Museum here. It’s the first and only museum in the United States dedicated to the history of Prohibition. There’s also a speakeasy where you can enjoy some solid cocktails. Cheers!

My time in Savannah was off to a great start. I was looking forward to dinner later in a refurbished Greyhound bus depot.

Treylor Park
115 E Bay Street
Savannah, GA 31401
(912) 495-5557

American Prohibition Museum
209 West St. Julian Street
Savannah, GA 31401
(912) 220-1249

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