For BBQ, try the Coffee Bluff BBQ. Excellent que and nice owners.
Moon River Brew-Pub has some very good selections for local beers, and serve them in ‘samples’ of 4 or 6 varieties. They also serve some WONDERFUL Fresh-Broiled Oysters. A great place to pass some afternoon time with friends.
Not exactly Roadfood, but a few years back I had an incredibly fun evening with a troop of 7th grade girl scouts at the Casbah Moroccan restaurant in Savannah-The Belly dancer was so much fun-came out and got the girls up and gave them Mini-lessons!
They poured us this marvelous mint tea to drink-and the food was as good as I’ve had in any Moroccan restaurant anywhere!
We also ate at Shuckers- (underwhelming except for their coastal boil thing)
and Lady and Sons (Paula Deens place) which was OK-but nothing to rave over
I had heard good things about Mrs Wilkes, but we ran out of time-and meals…LOL
Try to go on a Ghost Walk if you can at night it was one of the most fun things we did, and Savannah is such a walkable city-and if there are any (former) or current scouts in your group, don’t miss Juliette Gordon Low’s Birthplace!
And in Savannah-anytime they offer-drink the Sweet Iced Tea!
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the ancient mariner
The Pirate’s House is great. Wonderful buffet. Old building on top of the dock area with a trap door in the floor attached to a chute to the dock. Unsuspecting guests were knocked over the head, dropped down the chute and woke up being "Shanghai-ed" —- this was an early version of the Military Draft. "Anchors aweigh, my boy, anchors aweigh" Excellect restaurant—–
I will be in Savannah this weekend and I am looking for some good options.
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