Crystal Beer Parlor – If you are looking for great pub food, then this is the place to be. On the corner of W Jones Street and Jefferson, you can find this neighborhood favorite serving crispy fried green tomatoes, wings and some of the best burgers in the city. A great first stop after a full day of travel.
Noble Fare – within a historic residential building, now sits this locally inspired gem that is
perfect for an intimate & romantic evening. Try the grilled romaine salad to start, along with one of their signature drinks. A seasonal menu provides the freshest and the tastiest culinary options you can find. The filets are extremely tender, and you may not be able to say no to their dessert selection. Located at 321 Jefferson Street.
The Public – situated on picturesque Liberty Street, this Daniel Reed restaurant is a terrific spot for an afternoon lunch served al fresco – or you can go inside if you like, being outside is also a great place for people watching. The interior is an experience in itself. Located at 1 W. Liberty (at Bull Street.) The flank steak is especially good as is the risotto; a variety of craft beers is offered.
B. Matthew’s – Considered one of Savannah’s best brunches, you had best call for reservations at least 3-4 days in advance; otherwise, the wait can run up to 1.5 hours. Varietal American menu. Great for dinner, too. Friendly service is offered by a staff largely made up of SCAD students. The food and drinks are delicious here, and it’s one of our favorites.
The Funky Brunch Cafe – 304 E Broughton St. Serving brunch every day, Funky Brunch has excellent pancakes (you can even make your own on in-table griddles), Quiche Lorraine, biscuits and gravy and other brunch dishes. Don’t miss the hash browns, freshly squeezed orange juice and the steak sandwich with an au jus that is fabulous. Reservations are not required. However, the place gets busy on Saturdays and Sundays, so don’t wait too late. This isn’t a rushed place, so be ready to take your time.
The Flying Monk Noodle Bar – Some very inventive and tasty noodle bowls are delivered at this small-but-efficiently-run restaurant. Bright, fresh flavors accent the delicious noodles. It’s one of our favorite downtown places. Super-casual, inexpensively priced and delicious. And the portions are large; it’s a great value. Located at 5 W. Broughton St.
The Olde Pink House – The Olde Pink House has been compared to the Commander’s Palace in New Orleans. The converted home was a mansion built in 1789. Fabulous southern cooking is served in a beautiful and historic upscale setting with multiple gorgeous dining rooms. Crab cakes, fried chicken or the fried pork chops are the picks of the menu, but it’s all great. Don’t skip dessert – apple pie with caramel ice cream is amazing. We recommend business casual clothing or dressier, and you should make a reservation to avoid a wait, or enjoy first come first served seating in the basement which also features live entertainment.