Wassaw Sound Seafood Company is closed.
Also, the Wassaw Sound Seafood Company on Haversham in Savannah is truly stellar. We had one of the best meals we’ve ever had in Savannah there.
As I’ve suggested before, the Breakfast Club on Tybee (outside of Savannah) can’t b beat for lunch or especially breakfast.
If you have time drive over to Tybee Island and have lunch at AJ’s.
AJ’s Dockside Restaurant @ 1315 Chatham Ave., Tybee Island, GA. 912 – 786 – 9533.
Back in Savannah you could also try Bistro Savannah. Boar’s Head Grill and Tavern is outstanding for casual riverfront dining in an old historic building.
Bistro Savannah @ 309 W. Congress St., Savannah, GA. 912 – 233 – 6266.
Boar’s Head Grill and Tavern @ One North Lincoln St., Savannah, GA. 912 – 651 – 9660.
Be sure to visit Savannah City Market for shopping and dining.
Cafe at City Market is one of the many choices for dining at City Market.
Cafe @ City M arket @ 224 W. St. Julian St., Savannah, GA. 912 – 236 – 7133.
We will be spending a night in Staunton, 2 in Savannah and 4 nights in Key Largo in September. I would appreciate some input about places to eat.
Alabama Jack’s just north of Key Largo is a must stop. You can access Key Largo going this way (Card Island Sound) and it’s much nicer than US 1. Great conch fritters, seafood, whatever. Nice location right on the water with funky, local atmosphere.[8D]
Not a fan of Mrs. Rowes or Wright’s…quality has dropped off at both. I have been more impressed with some of the smaller eateries in downtown Staunton, including Zynodoa and The Depot.
Route 11, is correct here. Mrs. Rowe’s has not been the same for years now. Wright’s, while having the charm of curb service, is mediocre at best. I would go to a fast food joint before Wright’s.
Staunton Grocery on Beverly Street is outstanding if you desire a high end meal. Most items are locally sourced and prepared creatively.
BTW, in case you’re unaware, it’s pronounced Stanton – rhymes with ant -, not Stawnton.
Enjoy your trip!
Curiously American President Woodrow Wilson was born in Staunton and spen part of his childhood in Savannah.
Just wanted to say thank you to all who suggested places for us to eat on our recent vacation. As always, not enough hours in the day to try all the great spots, but we made it to a few.
In Staunton, by the time we checked in to the hotel, we were tired and wanted something not too far away. We ended up at the Mill Street grill. We really enjoyed it. I had the beef ribs and my wife had the eggplant parm.
On the way through Charlotte, we stopped at the Penguin diner. Big line up so we ordered to go. Not a place we will visit again likely. Burger, ham sandwich and onion rings. Rings best part of the meal.
In Savannah, first night I got take out order of Crab Stew and Crawfish Etouffe. Both quite nice. We also ate at the Crystal Beer Parlor. I had a great burger and my wife really enjoyed her Greek Taco.
In Key Largo, we drove back to Alabama Jacks on a Thursday night about 6:30 pm and arrived to be told by th staff that they had just closed.(?) We ended up at Mrs. Macs. Conch fritters, fried fish of the day, conch soup were all great. $2 Yuengling and I was a happy camper. We returned the second night of our stay.
Had a Cuban sandwich at the Cuban Coffee Queen. Fantastic.
Again, thanks all.
When you get to Key Largo go to Mrs. Mac’s for breakfast, lunch or dinner for good fresg sabdwiches, seafood and steaks. Go to Sundowner’s for dinner and watch the sunset on their outdoor deck.
Mrs. Mac’s Kitchen @ 99336 Overseas Hwy., Key Largo, FL 305 – 451 – 3722.
Sundowner’s @ 103900 Overseas Highway, Key Largo, FL 305 – 451 – 5566.
If you need a rest stop in Daytona Beach, FL get off I 95 at Exit 261 and go E on W International Speedway Blvd. a few minutes on the E side of the Speedway to Brickyard Lounge and Grill for good road food.
Brickyard Daytona Lounge and Grill @ 747 W Internatl Speedway Blvd., Daytona Beach, FL 386 – 253 – 2270.
If you need a rest stop in Jacksonville, FL get off I 95 at Exit 350 B go S on Palm Ave. 3 blocks to Phillips and Bistro Aix is on the right serving fine road food for lunch or dinner.
Bistro Aix @ 1440 San Marco Boulevard, Jacksonville, FL 904 – 398 – 1949.
B Matthews is casual and open for breakfast, lunch and dinner on E. Bay St. near the river. Their menu has steak and seafood as well as something for everyone. Firefly Cafe serves a casual lunch and dinner in a nice atmosphere with a menu for all. The Old Pink House is open for dinner for a very romantic night. Belford’s is located in a beautiful old building in the historic district serving breakfast, lunch and dinner with steaks and seafood as well as others for everyone. Crystal Beer Parlor is a lot of fun for lunch or dinner.
B. Matthews Eatery @ 325 East Bay St., Savannah, GA. 912 – 233 – 1319.
Firefly Cafe @ 321 Habersham St., Savannah, GA. 912 – 234 – 1971.
The Olde Pink House Restaurant @ 23 Abercorn St., Savannah, GA. 912 – 232 – 4286.
Belford’s Restaurant Seafood and Steaks @ 315 W Street Julian St., Savannah, GA. 912 – 233 – 2626.
Crystal Beer Parlor @ 301 West Jones St., Savannah, GA. 912 – 231 – 0999. *
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