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Welcome to MetroGuide.Network's Savannah DiningGuide, a directory of restaurants and related restaurant information for Metropolitan Savannah, Georgia. Use MetroGuide's DiningGuide service to find Savannah restaurants by location or cuisine.
Neither Hard-Hearted Hannah, that Vamp of Savannah, nor anyone else need ever go hungry in this stronghold of Old South culinary intrigue, big on Po' Boys, Vidalia onions, copious quantities of seafood, and unsurpassed passion for barbeque. Casual meals favored among native Savannahians also include oyster roasts on the beach and a coastal favorite known as the Low Country Boil, mainly shrimp, corn on the cob, onions, sausage and new potatoes all boiled together and dumped on long tables for digging in. On the upper end of the culinary scale, blending with Savannah-inspired melodies like Moon River and Autumn Leaves, are restaurants of long-time stature pursuing other Low Country traditions such as crispy flounder in apricot sauce or blackened grouper stuffed with crab and nearly drowned in a sauce of those much-favored Vidalias. As Georgia's so-called "First City," Savannah boasts dining enclaves stretching way back, among them the 17 Hundred 90, in the brick-lined (and allegedly haunted) cellar of Savannah's oldest inn, where entrees range from pecan-encrusted grouper to bourbon-flavored fowl. Other Historic District stalwarts include Elizabeth on 37th, dripping in Spanish moss, and the Olde Pink House (once headquarters for Sherman, that unwelcome Yankee general), where the ice cream arrives in praline baskets and the she-crab soup is divine. Less pretentious, actually way less pretentious, are places like Huey's overlooking the Savannah River, home of mouthwatering jambalaya, and at Wall's, where Styrofoam ambiance is greatly enhanced by spareribs with red rice and pulled pork barbecue not easily forgotten. In Savannah, locals plant collard greens on Good Friday for luck, and don't pick until the first frost. The tradition on New Year's is to consume a combo of rice and cowpeas for good health and fortune -- all the better in one of its many fine restaurants, many housed in stately grand mansions and restored facades from yesteryear.
To perform a quick search for restaurants in the Metropolitan Savannah area, please select one of the locations below (restaurant listings will be grouped by cuisine / category):
·Savannah Historic Riverfront
With a grid of small streets interlaced with 16 public squares, the historic Savannah riverfront is home to a number of fine dining establishments
Restaurants located in the Greater Savannah area, including dining options near the Savannah International Airport (SAV), located about 8 miles northwest of the city center
Restaurants in the nearby communities of Statesboro, Richmond Hill, Jekyll Island and others
·Hilton Head Island Metro
Dining options northeast of Savannah in the resort area of Hilton Head Island, South Carolina
Dining options in the beach town of Tybee Island, a scenic 20 mile drive from the historic district
Or, select a cuisine / category from the list presented below (restaurant listings will be grouped by location).
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