I spent a long Presidents’ Day weekend down in lovely Savannah. The charming Southern city offered lots of history, delicious food, cool bars, and spooky haunts. I was locked inside a cemetery, learned about The Prohibition, enjoyed incredible brunches, had great cocktails, and admired beautiful historic mansions and buildings.

Treylor ParkOff to Savannah: Treylor Park and the American Prohibition Museum

The GreyOysters and Sweetbreads at The Grey

B. Matthew's EateryB. Matthew’s Eatery and Leopold’s Ice Cream

Bonaventure CemeteryBonaventure Cemetery with Shannon Scott

Cotton & RyeWhiskey and Wings at Cotton & Rye

The Collins QuarterBrunch at The Collins Quarter

Old Savannah ToursOld Savannah Trolley Tour

Gophers, Burgers, and BeerGophers, Burgers, and Beer

The Ordinary PubBrunch at The Ordinary Pub

Zunzi'sThe Conquistador at Zunzi’s

The Olde Pink HouseDinner at The Olde Pink House

Alley Cat LoungeBest Bars: Alley Cat Lounge

Vic's on the RiverLast Day in Savannah: Fried Chicken, Honey, and Brews