Whiskey and Wings at Cotton & Rye

After a fascinating guided tour of Bonaventure Cemetery, I took an Uber to Cotton & Rye for dinner. The New American restaurant offers gastropub fare and an all-American bar turning out some great whiskey cocktails. The place was packed and I was lucky enough to get a seat the end of the counter near the…

Bonaventure Cemetery with Shannon Scott

After some brunch and ice cream, I went to a coupe bars before taking a short Uber ride to Bonaventure Cemetery. I stopped by the colorful Rail Pub near City Market and enjoyed a beer in a building from the 1890s. I then walked to The Distillery for a couple more tasty brews. The brick-walled…

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

My second day in Savannah started off with brunch at B. Matthew’s Eatery. The casual bistro with exposed brick walls serves brunch Saturdays and Sundays in Savannah’s Historic District. I sat at the bar and started my morning with an Apricot Ginger Bellini. I ordered the Bay Street Scramble made with scrambled eggs, mushrooms, bacon,…

Oysters and Sweetbreads at The Grey

It was my first day in Savannah and earlier in the day I had lunch and arrival cocktails at Treylor Park. Later that night I had dinner at The Grey, a modern Southern restaurant in a restored 1938 art deco Greyhound Bus Terminal. I only waited a few minutes before walking back to the main…

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…