Five restaurants in Savannah that will keep you coming back for more.

Five restaurants in Savannah that will keep you coming back for more.
Savannah is “foodie” town with heavy creole influence. If you are visiting Savannah for leisure, food will play a huge part in your trip. You can’t come to this city without having lunch at Mrs. Wilkes boarding house, but your food adventure should not stop there.
I have listed my top 5 places to eat in Savannah that will keep you coming back for more. We have been to the first three restaurants multiple times and frequent them several times during each trip. The last two on the list are new for us and we can’t wait to go back!
1). The Crab Shack: 40 Estill Hammock Rd, Tybee, Ga.
The seafood sampler, key lime pie and key lime margarita are favorite’s. The crab shack also serves BBQ.
2). Vinny Van Go Go’s: 317 West Bryant Street, Savannah.
New York Style Pizzeria with outside seating or take out available. This place is cash only and they will also deliver to your hotel room.
3). Huey’s on the River: 115 East River Street, Savannah.
This place has better beignets that any you have ever had in New Orleans. Get them with the caramel praline sauce. My favorite dish here is the shrimp and Parmesan grits.
They don’t accept reservations, but you can put your name on the list to be seated with the “no wait” app.
4). Belford’s of Savannah: 315 West St. Julian Street, Savannah.
The fried green tomatoes and bacon infused bourbon are favorites.
5). Rise Savannah Bakery: 10 W. Broughton Street, Savannah.
Be prepared for the line that extends down the sidewalk, but I promise you, it will be worth the wait. The maple bacon bars and fried chicken sandwich with a fried egg and cheese on a potato roll are favorites.

Author: enchantedtravels

Welcome to my Travel blog! Some of you may not know that this is not my first rodeo on the blogging scene. I wrote an entertainment and lifestyle blog for an NYC based PR Firm back in 2011 before my business took off and got a little busy. I have traveled abroad and domestically at my leisure and for work since 2005 and I have many stories to share. I was first introduced to international travel by my parents. They took me along with them on a missions trip to Germany and halfway through the trip, I hopped on a bus by myself and crossed the border into France. I spent the weekend exploring Paris on my own back when solo trips were not popular. I was 25 years old with a YOLO attitude and just could not be that close to the "City of Lights" without making a visit. That is when the travel bug hit! I was recently inspired to start blogging again after my trip to Cuba, and this time, create a blog for myself. When I first started traveling on a more consistent basis and internationally, I was 25 years old, single and working full time as contract travel Occupational Therapist. I met my husband of almost ten years along the way and he said that one of the things that attracted me to him was my love for travel. He got himself a passport and we have continued to see the world since then, kids and all!

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