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.
Devoted to contemporary art and world-class traveling exhibition, the Jepson Center links Telfair's past with its future, unifying the museum's three distinct sites. Featuring highlights from the modern and contemporary collection and also treats visitors to an ever-changing array of exceptional artwork-from classical European masters to daring emerging artists. Also home to the "Bird Girl" statue made famous by the book "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil." Historic Map #31.
Park Avenue Manor is an authentic Savannah Bed and Breakfast. Built in 1889, the property was opened as a B&B Inn in 1997. A true Victorian style and charm have been maintained throughout the years, where southern hospitality and comfort is a must. Located at the southwest corner of beautiful Forsyth Park, all historic attractions, shopping and dining are within walking distance.
Come and check out the ever-changing eclectic mix of the old and the new. The A to Z of (mostly mid-century) design: African Art and Art Books, Bakelite, Bamboo Fiber Storage and Service Pieces, Barware (everything you need except the booze!), Cookbooks (Savor the South), Custom Cheese and Cutting Boards, Dansk - both new and vintage, French Copper pots, Glassware from Riedel to 50s Ice Tea, Russell Wright Dinnerware, Teak Kitchenware and so much more. Historic Map H/I-4/5.
November 23 - December 26 The 16th annual seasonal spectacular, featuring a large cast of singers and dancers, all of your favorite holiday classic songs, plus Santa and his kick line of reindeer, lots of comedy as well as inspirational aerial artistry. Tuesdays through Saturdays at 8pm and Sat and Sun at 3pm. Adults $37, Children (17 and under) $18. Tickets at (912) 233-7764 or savannahtheatre.com
Interactive historic programming at the site is included with Savannah History Museum admission. On Oct 9, 1779, more than 8,000 troops of three armies fought during the American Revolution Battle of Savannah. Battlefield Memorial Park presents visitors with a memorial to those who fought in the 2nd bloodiest battle of the American Revolution, and marks where approximately 800 troops died or were wounded. Historic Map #26.