Last Day in Savannah: Fried Chicken, Honey, and Brews

My time in Savannah was coming to an end. My flight home wasn’t for another few hours, so I decided to check out a few more places. I had lunch near the Savannah River at Vic’s on the River. The restaurant occupies a former warehouse space and serves Southern classics. I sat at small table…

Best Bars: Alley Cat Lounge

I absolutely love checking out new bars and hanging out to try a couple great cocktails. There always seems to be at least one memorable bar that  becomes a favorite when I’m exploring a new city. Alley Cat Lounge was the one that did it for me in Savannah. I met up with another solo…

Dinner at The Olde Pink House

For my final night in Savannah, I made a dinner reservation at The Olde Pink House. The beautiful Colonial mansion was named for its shade of pink stucco that covers its old brick. It was built in 1771 for James Habersham Jr., a wealthy cotton planter and one of Savannah’s founding-family members. I was seated…

The Conquistador at Zunzi’s

After brunch and a couple art museums, I walked around downtown Savannah for a bit before stopping by a popular lunch spot. I always like to ask people about their favorite dishes and places to eat, and many people mentioned  Zunzi’s Takeout & Catering. When I arrived there was a small line out the door….

Brunch at The Ordinary Pub

It was my fourth day in Savannah! I enjoyed a cheeseburger dinner and beers the previous night, now it was time to check out another spot for brunch – The Ordinary Pub. The casual eatery with exposed-brick walls serves brunch daily and craft cocktails. I took a seat at the bar and looked over their…

Gophers, Burgers, and Beer

After a nice day of touring historic homes and riding the trolley around lovely Savannah, I stopped by City Market to try some sweet treats and purchase a couple souvenirs at Savannah’s Candy Kitchen. The popular items are the pecan pralines and the sweet and salty gophers – pecan pieces with housemade caramel poured on…

Old Savannah Trolley Tour

After an incredible brunch and visiting one of the most historic homes in Savannah, it was time to see more of the lovely charming Southern city. I walked to the starting point of the Old Savannah Trolley for a Historic Overview Tour. The trolley departs daily starting at 9am and runs every 15-20 minutes thereafter…

Brunch at The Collins Quarter

After an eerie cemetery tour and tasty wings and cocktails the previous night, I was ready for my third day in Savannah. I began with brunch at The Collins Quarter, a bright casual cafe styled after Melbourne’s historic Collins Street that offers innovative dishes and specialty coffee. The place was busy and there was a…