Best Western Savannah Historic District

412 W Bay Street, Savannah, GA 31401-1115
Phone: +1 912-233-1011   |   Fax: 912/238-0020   |   89 Rooms
Check Out Time: 11:00 AM   |   Check In: 4:00 PM   |   Online Reservations

Welcome to the Best Western Savannah Historic District where history meets comfort with a dose of true Southern Hospitality.

We are conveniently located in the nation’s largest protected historic district at the corner of Bay Street and MLK only a stone’s throw from the exciting River Street and Factor’s Walk District only a block away. Want more of the true Savannah Experience? Then walk from the hotel one block to the City Market, home of numerous Restaurants, Shops, and Galleries. Want to experience even more of Savannah? Then stop at the Concierge Desk in our lobby and let them book your tour which will pick you up at the hotels front door and take you out to explore the many museums, sites, theatres that make Savannah the Cultural and Historic Gem of the East Coast.

With all of the excitement of staying with us in Downtown Savannah, where the action and party never stops, a good night’s rest will await you in our well-appointed guestrooms where a pillow top bed awaits as well as added amenities to help mute the hustle and bustle outside the hotel including white noise sound machines, air conditioners with a constant fan option, as well as complimentary ear plugs to help you get that good night’s rest. Also, all of our rooms feature free Wi-Fi, refrigerators, and coffee makers to make your stay more enjoyable. Then when you wake refreshed come down to the lobby and enjoy your complimentary hot breakfast which includes the Southern staples of scrambled eggs, sausage, biscuits, gravy and fresh and hot Belgium waffles with toppings and so much more.

Travelling with a pet? Then bring them with you as we are a pet friendly hotel with a $20 per night pet fee. Driving In? We do have on-site parking here in Downtown Savannah for a $20 per night fee, this is still one of the most reasonable parking fees for the District.

We hope to have you as our guests here at the Best Western Savannah Historic District.


Hotel Amenities & Services

  • 100% smoke-free hotel
  • Complimentary breakfast
  • 24-hour front desk
  • Complimentary full breakfast, full hot breakfast buffet includes: eggs, sausage, biscuits, gravy, Belgium waffles with toppings, toasts, English muffins, bagels, pastries, muffins, yogurt station, grits, oatmeal station, fresh fruit, juices, coffees, hot chocolate, & hot teas
  • Exterior corridor
  • Concierge, daily 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
  • Cable or satellite television expanded cable including HBO®
  • Business center a two station business center is available for your use 24-hours a day in our lobby. This includes an all-in-one printer/scanner.
  • Printer available
  • Fax services
  • Fax machine
  • Computer available
  • Photocopy, nominal fee
  • Photocopy machine
  • Poolside services, lounge chairs available during operating hours.
  • Dataports
  • Sunbathing
  • Air-conditioning
  • Hearing impaired services
  • Physically challenged facilities
  • Elevator, wheelchair accessible
  • Parking for the physically challenged One (1) Vehicle Per Room daily fee $20 USD
  • Ice/vending machines
  • Outdoor parking, One (1) Vehicle Per Room one space per room, daily fee $20 USD
  • Paid parking, 20 USD, limited on-site assigned parking is available for a fee of $20 per day, with one (1) vehicle per room
  • Higher rates may apply for holidays/special events
  • Free wireless Internet available in public areas; Free in-room wireless Internet access; Free wireless Internet access available in public areas and all guest rooms
  • Exercise facility, 24-Hour includes three cardiovascular machines (treadmill, crosstrainer, recumbent bike) as well as a multi-station strength training system.
  • Outdoor pool heated open daily 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
  • Weight lifting equipment, multi-station strength training system.
  • Universal gym, multi-station strength training system
  • Stationary bike
  • Treadmill
  • Elevator
  • Multilingual staff, (English, Spanish)
  • Dry cleaning, same day available
  • Truck/RV parking, $40 USD fee per day
  • Cash machine (ATM)

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Longitude: 32.082435  /  Latitude: -81.095847


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From: South Carolina (via I-95) Take Interstate 95 South to Exit 99A-Interstate 16 towards Savannah. Take Montgomery Street exit 167B. Follow Montgomery Street to the fourth traffic light, Bay Street, turn left and take an immediate right into the parking lot of the Best Western Savannah Historic District.

From: Atlanta (from I-75) From I-75 take exit 165 onto I-16 towards Savannah, continue on I-16 to the Montgomery Street Exit 167B. Follow Montgomery Street to the fourth traffic light, Bay Street, turn left and take an immediate right into the parking lot of the Best Western Savannah Historic District.

From: Jacksonville (Via I-95) Take Interstate 95 North to Exit 99A Interstate 16 towards Savannah. Take Montgomery Street exit 167B. Follow Montgomery Street to the fourth traffic light, Bay Street, turn left and take an immediate right into the parking lot of the Best Western Savannah Historic District.

Best Western Savannah Historic District

We care about the quality of your stay with us. Below are nearby attractions, shopping and restaurants that are popular with our guests. Listed locations are nearby with approximate distance listed where available.

Most Popular Area Attractions

Coastal Georgia Botanical Gardens at the Historic Bamboo Farm

Located 10 miles southwest of historic Savannah, the Coastal Georgia Botanical Gardens features a camellia trail, a water garden, a bamboo collection, a rose garden, a cottage garden, and a iris trial garden. The gardens are generally open seven days a week.

There's much to see and do at the Coastal Georgia Botanical Gardens. Check out the pleasant and relaxing Water Garden, with it's nine-food waterfall and shallow bog basin. Don't miss a tour of the Barbour Lathrop Bamboo Collection, or the Rose Garden.There's also the Mediterranean Garden, the Iris Trial Garden, and Crapemyrtle Allee.

Cockspur Island Lighthouse

By National Park Service Digital Image Archives [Public domain]

See the Iconic Cockspur Island Lighthouse

Located just off the coast of Savannah and Tybee Island, the Cockspur Island Lighthouse used to welcome ships to this major commercial region of Coastal Georgia before closing down in 1909.

While still preserved and open to the public, access to the lighthouse is dependent on shifting tides and access to the solitary islet on which the lighthouse stands.

The easiest way to access and tour Cockspur Island Lighthouse is by visiting Fort Pulaski National Monument.

While no officially sanctioned tours are available, the Cockspur Island Lighthouse is, in fact, open to the public. One of the more convenient ways to see this impressive structure is with a hike along Lighthouse Overlook Trail.

First African Baptist Church

Check out a bit of local history in Savannah with a visit to the First African Baptist Church. As you tour coastal Georgia, you'll find a number of different historic sites, each worthy of a visit – be sure to make the First African Baptist Church one of those stops.

Regardless of your denomination (if any) the historic significance and architectural design make a visit to the First African Baptist Church well worth the effort. 

With a close proximity to Franklin Square, the First African Baptist Church is easy to locate in downtown Savannah, just inland of the Savannah River. The First African Baptist Church holds events throughout the year – many of the fund raising and charitable variety.

The origins of the First African Baptist Church date back to 1773, when the original congregation was organized by the Reverend George Leile

Forsyth Park

Forsyth Park Fountain

Tour the Famous Forsyth Park in Savannah

Explore Forsyth Park on your next trek across coastal Georgia and the charming city of Savannah. At 30 total acres, Forsyth Park is a well-sized and popular historic park in the historic district of downtown Savannah.

Just south of Chatham Square, Monterey Square, and Calhoun Square, Forsyth Park is a hot bed of activity for locals and visitors – plan a fun family picnic, or your next business team-building exercise. 

One of the major draws at Forsyth Park is the fountain – installed in 1858, it's one of the most visited and photographic scenes in all of coastal Georgia.

The Forsyth Park Fountain is located near the north end, and flows, in part, due to different restoration projects from the city over the years. On your visit to Forsyth Park, be sure to also check out the Confederate Monument, a memorial dedicated to Confederate soldiers built in 1879.

Fort Pulaski National Monument

By National Park Service Digital Image Archives [Public domain]

View the Cockspur Lighthouse from Fort Pulaski

Experience a bit of southern history on your next visit to coastal Georgia. Make your way to Fort Pulaski National Monument, a standing tribute to the American Civil War where in 1862 the Union Army had tested rifled cannon shots.

Found on Cockspur Island on the Savannah River, Fort Pulaski National Monument was originally completed in 1847 and later became a site for tourists in 1924 when it was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. 

Fort Pulaski National Monument features regular visiting hours, with slightly extended times during the summer months of June through August. Check out the historic military architecture like drawbridges, ditches, and dikes when you explore Fort Pulaski.

You can make the trip in from Savannah. You'll want to explore the McQueen Island Rails to Trails, a six-mile trail ideal for a spring or summer hike. 

Grayson Stadium

Home of the Savannah Sand Gnats, Grayson Stadium is a historic Savannah baseball stadium that originally opened in 1926. Enjoy an exciting game of minor league baseball as this Coastal Georgia team contests with other members of the A-Level South Atlantic League.

Opened in 1926, Grayson Stadium was renovated in 1941, then again in 2009. Today, it seats up to 4,000 eager fans, and was originally known simply as Municipal Stadium. The Savannah Sand Gnats are the Class-A affiliate of the New York Mets. Whether you're a die hard baseball nut, or are simply looking for a fun night out with the family, make your way to Grayson Stadium.

Henderson Golf Club

Shoot for par 71 at Henderson Golf Club located in Savannah on Georgia’s scenic coast. Henderson Golf Club is the home to 6,700 yards of live oaks, Spanish moss, tall pines, and native wetlands, all surrounding the 18-hole, championship style course.

Henderson boastfully accommodates golfers of all skill levels as well. Experienced golfers can utilize their accuracy and touch, while novice players take advantage of the five sets of tees. Experience true southern charm in an enjoyable, competitive setting today.

Historic Savannah

Historic Savannah in Georgia

Spend an Afternoon Exploring Historic Savannah

Historic Savannah was founded in 1733 and is the recognized as the largest National Historical Landmark District in America.

Start your journey of historic Savannah in Forsyth Park, Savannah's largest park, stroll through River Street, then tour the Congregation Mickve Isreal, a Jewish Temple dating back to 1733.

Visiting Savannah Squares provides a wonderful view of the historical homes and buildings developed by James Oglethorpe, the city's founding father.

Favorite Savannah tours include the Carriage Tours, Walking City Tours, Architectural Tours, Ghosts and Legends Tours and the Paula Deen Tour.

Stay in the heart of historic Savannah and enjoy walking to area attractions, dining and shopping. Make the most of your time in "Georgia's First City," along the Georgia Coast.

Historic Savannah Theatre

Originally opened in 1818, the Historic Savannah Theatre has been a centerpiece of the Coastal Georgia and Savannah cultural arts scene ever since. Undergoing many remodels throughout its illustrious history, the theater has served as an opera house, playhouse, movie house, and vaudeville stage.

Plan your next visit to Savannah and enjoy a night of impressive live performances. Sit and enjoy plays on the same stage where some of the most famous performers once stood. The Historic Savannah Theatre has hosted Oscar Wilde, W.C. Fields, Fanny Davenport, and Lillian Russell – among the many.

Jepson Center for the Arts

Opened in 2006, this Savannah landmark features over 7,500 square feet of gallery space. See major traveling exhibitions of contemporary art or browse permanent art installations. The Jepson Center for the Arts consistently proves to be one of the premier attractions in the state.

This Coastal Georgia attraction also includes a 220-seat auditorium, a community gallery, and the ArtZeum, which is an interactive gallery for children and their families. Plan your next adventure in Georgia and be sure to include an afternoon of touring and exploring through the Jepson Center for the Arts.

Old Fort Jackson National Historic Landmark

Nestled along the Savannah River in Savannah, the Old Fort Jackson is a National Historic Landmark that features cannon firing celebrations and daily interactive programs. Explore its lengthy history, from its service days in the War of 1812 to the battle days of the Civil War.

The site is open seven days a week, and is a popular Coastal Georgia location for special events, festivals, and weddings. Plan your next family adventure through Georgia and be sure to include a day of early American and Civil War History. There a many ways to enjoy Savannah – Old Fort Jackson is one of the best. 

Owens-Thomas House

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Front Entrance to the Owens-Thomas Hosue

A classic example of English Regency architecture in Savannah, this National Historic Landmark features decorative arts collection, American and European artifacts from 1750-1830, and a parterre garden.

Plan your next visit to Savannah and the coast of the Georgia, and be sure to include some historic perspectives. 

This Coastal Georgia attraction also includes an original carriage house, which was one of the earliest urban slave quarters in the South.

The Owens-Thomas House is a National Historic Landmark, and a premier attraction found in Georgia. When you next visit the Peach State, be sure to include a tour of this impressive and important site.

Roundhouse Railroad Museum

Visit the Roundhouse Railroad Museum in historic downtown Savannah. Guests can enjoy a close-up view of an operational train turntable and a host of historic railcars and rolling stock. Don't miss the No. 30 Steam Locomotive and the modern No. 119 Diesel Locomotive.

This Coastal Georgia attraction is open Monday through Sunday – plan your next trek along the coast and be sure to include a visit to this impressive museum. There are many ways to experience the Georgia Coast and Savannah, but there are few as impressive and ideal as the Roundhouse Railroad Museum.

Skidaway Island State Park

You'll find an incredibly diverse selection of things to see and do during your next visit to Georgia. From an extensive tour of Atlanta to a wide range of exciting and must-see festivals, the Peach State never lets you down. And when your visit to GA has you exploring the coast, be sure to visit the Skidaway Island State Park

Found just minutes outside of Savannah, Skidaway Island SP is 588 interconnected islands and marshes, each yielding impressive outdoor recreation and loads of fun. You'll find six well maintained hiking trails at Skidway Island SP, along with three playgrounds, and a volleyball area. Many people hosts birthday parties here, and some even get married.

Squares of Savannah

Gazebo within the Squares of Savannah

See Top Sites Within the Squares of Savannah

Originally known as the Oglethorpe Plan, the Squares of Savannah are found in and around downtown Savannah. On your next visit into coastal Georgia, explore these squares – there are 22 in total.

The squares themselves are public areas, similar to little parks, each similar in size; about 200 feet north to south, and east to west no more than 300 feet long. Each Savannah Square is named after a person of prominence from the area – Pulaski Square, Crawford Square, Madison Square, just to name a few 

As you explore downtown Savannah and the numerous squares, you'll discover a wide range of iconic and historic sites. The Monument to General Nathanael Greene is a highlight of Johnson Square, while many people enjoy the Statue of John Wesley within Reynolds Square.

You'll want to check out Chippewa Square, which was laid out in 1815 and is named in honor of American soldiers who were killed in combat during the Battle of Chippewa in the War of 1812. 

Telfair Academy

Located in downtown Savannah, the Telfair Academy features 19th century period rooms and a collection of 19th and 20th century art. Explore American and European paintings, statues, sculptures, and decorative arts.

Don't miss special events at this Coastal Georgia art center, including the Telfair Art Fair, A Collectors' Evening, and Art on Tap. Plan your next visit to Savannah and the Georgia coast, and be sure you make time for a tour of this impressive museum. Whether you're a lover of the arts, or just hoping for a bit of culture, the Telfair Academy is an ideal attraction.

The Club at Savannah Harbor

Located in Savannah, the Club at Savannah Harbor provides locals and visitors alike with 18 holes of premier golfing on Georgia’s Coast. With a par of 72, the 7,288-yard course is an outstanding destination for golfers of all skill levels.

In fact, even the pros swing for par at the Club at Savannah Harbor, as the club hosts the annual PGA Tour’s Champions Tour Liberty featuring golf’s biggest names. Other larger events drawing visitors include the likes of Patriot Golf and the Thursday Night Golf League.

The Lady & Sons Restaurant

Enjoy an authentic taste of Savannah with a visit to the Lady & Sons Restaurant. As you explore coastal Georgia, you'll build up and appetite and the ideal spot to douse the flames of your hunger is at Lady & Sons. Close to Ellis Square and just inland of the Savannah River, Lady & Sons has been a major part of the culinary community since it opened in 1996. Lady & Sons is also well known for being owned and operated by Paula Deen and her sons, Jamie and Bobby.

Named "International Meal of the Year" in 1999 by USA Today, Lady & Sons is open seven days a week with no minimum on the amount of guests required to make a reservation. Lady & Sons features an array of classic southern dishes and restaurant staples for lunch and dinner. They do offer catering if you're looking to host an event or party in the area. Lady & Sons was also named the 2003 Georgia Small Business of the Year.

Tybee Island Light Station & Museum

As you prepare to explore coastal Georgia, head for Tybee Island and check out the Tybee Island Light Station and Museum. One of only seven surviving lighthouse towers from the colonial era, Tybee Island Light Station was constructed in 1736, first lit in 1867, and stands at 144 feet tall. Make the scenic drive to Tybee Island from nearby Savannah and is an ideal way to spend an afternoon on the coast

The current version of the Tybee Light Station is the third in its history – the first two were destroyed or had to be torn down due to storms and natural causes like shoreline erosion. With a range of 16 nautical miles, Tybee Island Light Station stands as a testament to the perseverance of the area, and a general improvement upon the original wood construction it featured. Tours at the Tybee Island Light Station and Museum are all self-guided – enjoy the 178 steps as you climb to the top

Tybee Island Marine Science Center

Open daily, the Tybee Island Marine Center is a major educational center near Savannah and in Coastal Georgia. Explore educational programs, kids activities, and hands-on learning experiences, which involve beach walks, floating classrooms, and a chance to tour the Coastal Gallery and visit the Touch Tank.

Plan your next trek along the coast of Georgia and find your new favorite seaside attraction. Ideal for families and anyone who seeks knowledge, the Tybee Island Marine Science Center is a premier destination in the Peach State. There's plenty to see and do here: don't miss the Beach Walk North or the Beach Walk South. There's the Turtle Talk, the Whale Tale, and even the Coastal Georgia Gallery.

More Area Attractions & Services

  • 1 block(s) from Historic District, come experience the nations’ largest protected Historic District in which our hotel sits. Explore the streets shrouded with Moss-draped Oaks while wandering through 22 of the original 24 Public Squares. Immerse yourself in the history and beauty that is the Savannah Historic District.
  • 1 block(s) from River Street, is a glittering, multi-faceted gem along the broad Savannah River. The century old buildings, once cotton warehouses, have been converted to antique shops, distinctive boutiques, spectacular galleries, quaint brew pubs, fabulous restaurants, unique nightspots, elegant inns and hotels.
  • 1 block(s) from First African Baptist, located in Savannah, Georgia claims to be derived from the first black Baptist congregation in North America. While it was not officially organized until 1788, it grew from members who founded a congregation in 1773.
  • 1 block(s) from City Market, four block open-air market since the 1700's with shopping, dining & artworks in restored warehouses.
  • 1.5 block(s) from Ships of the Sea Museum, ode to 18th- & 19th-century vessels in an 1819 home with a parlor garden & an event space.
  • 9 block(s) from Telfair Museum of Art, part of oldest public art museum in the South, housing 19th & 20th-century American & European art.
  • 1 mile(s) from Cathedral of St. John, visit a true gem in Savannah at the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist
  • 1 mile(s) from Forsyth Park, 30-acre park with basketball & tennis courts, paths, a historic fountain & a Confederate memorial.
  • .75 mile(s) from Mercer Williams House, the Mercer House was designed by New York architect John S. Norris for General Hugh W. Mercer, great grandfather of Johnny Mercer. Construction of the house began in 1860, was interrupted by the Civil War and was later completed, circa 1868, by the new owner, John Wilder. In 1969, Jim Williams, one of Savannah’s earliest and most dedicated private restorationists, bought the then vacant house and began a two-year restoration. This house is one of the more than 50 houses Mr. Williams saved during his thirty-year career in historic restoration in Savannah and the Low country. Throughout the house you will see furniture and art from Mr. Williams’ private collection including 18th and 19th century furniture, 18th century English and American portraits, drawings from the 17th century and a wide collection of Chinese export porcelain. Previously open only to benefit local historic and charitable organizations, this is the first time the house has been open to the public.
  • 1 block(s) from Old Savannah Tours, stop by the concierge desk in the lobby to book your tour tickets. Old Savannah will pick you up at the hotel to take you to the starting point for all of their Savannah Tours.
  • .5 mile(s) from Trade & Convention Center, there are many choices for your next meeting spot. But none like gracious Savannah, and her award-winning International Trade & Convention Center. From heads of state to the nation’s fastest growing companies, our many satisfied customers share one common element: success. Why? Outstanding catering and customer service. Superb functionality. Free downtown transportation. Over 12,000 first-class hotel rooms. And the beauty and excitement of Savannah, one of Travel+Leisure’s Top Ten Places to Visit in North America.
  • .5 mile(s) from Juliette Gordon Low House, birthplace of the Girl Scout's founder offers tours of the Regency-style house, plus a gift shop.
  • 1 mile(s) from Civil Rights Museum, photos, interactive exhibits & films detailing the civil rights movement & African-American history.
  • 1 mile(s) from Coastal Heritage Center, we share the Savannah and coastal experience through history, science, culture and play. Coastal Heritage Society connects our past with our present. We have five diverse museums for you to explore and special events to immerse you in our unique culture! Perfect for adults, families and more. Coastal Heritage Society is a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit organization chartered in 1975. The mission of the organization is to provide educational experiences for the public through the preservation and presentation of the historic resources of coastal Georgia and adjacent regions.
  • 3 mile(s) from Old Fort Jackson
  • 5 mile(s) from Grayson Stadium, home of the Savannah Bananas
  • 7 mile(s) from Aquatic Center
  • 11 mile(s) from Mighty 8th Air Force
  • 17 mile(s) from Fort Pulaski
  • 20 mile(s) from Tybee Island, take a short drive from the hotel to Tybee Island and Tybee Beach. Visit the Tybee Lighthouse, enjoy the sights and tastes of the island then relax on the warm sands with panoramic views of the mighty Atlantic Island.
  • 8 mile(s) from Oglethorpe Mall
  • 12 mile(s) from Savannah Mall
  • 14 mile(s) from Kellers Flea Market
  • 35 mile(s) from Tangler Outlets, Hilton Head Island, SC

Nearby Restaurants

  • Adjacent to Savannah Smiles, Bar/Lounge, American, Open for: dinner, Savannah's only dueling piano bar
  • 1 block(s) from Vinnie Van Go Go's Pizza, Fast Food, American, Open for: dinner, taste the best pizza south of Brooklyn at Vinnie Van Go Go's, only one block away at City Market. They also deliver to the hotel and accept cash only.
  • 1 block(s) from Bellford's, Full Service, American, Open for: breakfast, lunch, dinner, high-end steaks, seafood, pasta & cocktails turned out in an airy, turn-of-the-century brick locale. One block away in the Historic City Market.
  • 1.5 block(s) from Pie Society, Cafe, Continental, Open for: breakfast, lunch, an authentic British Bakery set in Savannah's City Market. Pie Society specializes in hand-made British meat pies. Dating back to medieval times, the British meat pie is a traditional favorite in the UK and at Pie Society we make a wide range of chicken, beef and vegetarian pies. Some of our favorites include Chicken & Thyme, Steak & Ale and Steak & Kidney, all hand-made using our own special recipe pastry.
  • 1.5 block(s) from Wet Willie's, Bar/Lounge, American, Open for: lunch, dinner, lively, brick-walled chain bar known for its rainbow of frozen drinks, plus offbeat pub fare all conveniently located in Savannah's City Market.
  • 1.5 block(s) from Five Oaks Taproom, Full Service, American, Open for: dinner, Savannah’s innovative Five Oaks Taproom lead by award-winning Chef Chris Nelson. With a menu featuring locally inspired and sourced menu selections for breakfast and dinner including prosciutto bruschetta, bacon brown sugar lollis, chopped kale and peppered plums, fried oyster flatbread and a local catch BLT.
  • 2 block(s) from Wild Wing Cafe, Full Service, American, Open for: lunch, dinner, laid-back chain offering chicken wings in a variety of flavors amid a sports-bar atmosphere.
  • 2 mile(s) from B & D Burgers, Full Service, American, Open for: lunch, dinner, local chain serving gourmet burgers & sliders, plus craft beer & cocktails, in a hip, casual space located on the beautiful Ellis Square.
  • 3 block(s) from Goose Feather's Cafe, Cafe, American, Open for: breakfast, lunch, bustling cafe & bakery serves all-day breakfast as well as soups, sandwiches & salads for lunch
  • 3 block(s) from Lulu's Chocolate Bar, Bar/Lounge, American, Open for: lunch, dinner, house made sweets are matched with specialty cocktails at this atmospheric dessert restaurant/bar.
  • 3 mile(s) from Corleone's, Full Service, Italian, Open for: lunch, dinner, casual trattoria dispensing Italian & Mediterranean cuisine in a decor where vintage meets modern.
  • 3 block(s) from Five Guys, Fast Food, American, Open for: lunch, dinner, fast-food chain with made-to-order burgers, fries & hot dogs, plus free peanuts while you wait.
  • 4 block(s) from Sorry Charlie's Oyster Ba, Full Service, Seafood, Open for: lunch, dinner, Savannah’s premier oyster bar, serving fresh local seafood with an emphasis on southern regional flavors. Like Savannah, Sorry Charlie’s is a little bit southern and a little bit of the sea. Our menu reflects that with items such as hot boiled peanuts, pimento cornbread, low country boil as well as po boys, shrimp rolls, and the freshest oysters, sourced both locally and from all over the country, served raw on the half shell or roasted in our wood fire brick oven.
  • 4 block(s) from Ruth Chris Steakhouse, Full Service, Steak House, Open for: lunch, dinner, outpost of upmarket steakhouse chain known for sizzling, butter-topped beef in an elegant setting on beautiful Bay Street in the former home to the Savannah Morning News.
  • 4 block(s) from Chart House, Full Service, Seafood, Open for: lunch, dinner,
  • 4 block(s) from Fiddler's Crab House, Full Service, Seafood, Open for: lunch, dinner, local seafood is dished out in a renovated circa-1850s warehouse with a waterfront terrace.
  • 5 block(s) from The Lady & Sons, Buffet, American, Open for: lunch, dinner, easy going eatery from Paula Deen featuring Southern classics like fried chicken, plus a buffet.
  • 5 block(s) from Moon River Brewing Comp., Full Service, American, Open for: lunch, dinner, brewery with its own craft beers on tap, large beer garden & a full menu of American food.
  • 6 block(s) from Vics on the River, Full Service, American, Open for: lunch, dinner, this fine-dining restaurant in a 19th-century warehouse features classic Southern cooking.
  • 1.00 mile(s) from The Pirate's House, Bar/Lounge, American, Open for: lunch, dinner,
  • 1.00 mile(s) from Mrs. Wilkes Dining Room, Full Service, American, Open for: lunch,
  • 4.00 mile(s) from Pearl's Saltwater Grill, Bar/Lounge, American, Open for: dinner,
  • 18.00 mile(s) from The Crabshack, Full Service, American, Open for: lunch, dinner, Tybee Island

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