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A 35 year Savannah tradition, locally owned & operated. Specializing in the finest USDA aged steaks, chops, live Maine lobster, local seafood and sinfully delicious desserts. Menu items include Savannah 'She Crab' Soup, Barbecued Shrimp w/ tangy peach sauce grilled salmon with orange hollandaise, Savannah trifle, warm chocolate bread pudding and more! Full bar.
Visitors are guided through one of the finest examples of Regency architecture in America as well as the original slave quarters. The tour explores the complicated relationships of the most and least powerful people in the 19th century Savannah-the wealthy Owens family who owned the property and the many enslaved people who labored there. The National Historic Landmark home includes a formal parterre garden, a rare intact urban slave quarter and one of the earliest systems of indoor plumbing.
Located in the heart of beautiful City Market - dedicated to serving up cool times & unique experiences! With the pull of a knob, taste any of 18+ delicious flavors or mix them to create a signature daiquiri. Try an intriguing selection of fun and extraordinary dishes while you relax on the outdoor patio with a frosty daiquiri in hand! Must be 21 after 8pm. Historic Map C-4.
Oysters, crab, and shrimp, including mouth watering menu items like Low Country shrimp boil, steamed crab legs, deviled crab and more. Enjoy indoor seating or choose to dine on the large party deck overlooking Chimney Creek. For parties of 2 to several hundred, the Crab Shack will satisfy your seafood cravings. Great BBQ ribs, pork & roast chicken, too! Visit the gift shack next door. Tybee Map D/E-3.
Savannah, the sultry gem of the Old South is an experience that will stay with you forever. A walking city beloved for its enchanted squares with moss-draped trees, romantic Savannah always seems to hit a cord in the heartstrings of every visitor.
The one-mile square historic district is like a world unto itself. Take the time to stroll along brick and cobblestone sidewalks that wind past historic houses with secret gardens. Discover fine shops and galleries, awe-inspiring churches, fascinating museums and fabulous restaurants.
Make time for a trip to "Savannah's Beach," Tybee Island. A mere 18 miles from downtown, Tybee has a distinctively laid-back character where dolphins play off the breakers, treasure hunters look for shells and families enjoy miles of white sand beaches.
Being a local myself, I've always felt Savannah coexists well with the new because its residents have a deep respect for its history and culture. The people are a vital part of the experience. The pace is slower than other cities its size, but that is part of the charm. It casts a warm spell on visitors, one that keeps them coming back.
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