The Three List: Savannah, GA

Updated: Apr 1, 2019

It’s well beyond southern food.

Savannah, GA is an amazing weekend getaway location. Not only is it historic, but it’s also delicious. So, here are three places to visit to make your trip there a little easier, while you dodge bachelorette parties.


You’ve made the drive or just got off the plane, and you have arrived in Savannah. So, where to first? How about some cocktails and a quick bite? Look no further than Atlantic. They offer an array of cocktails, and a flexible menu for those who may vegan, GF, and dairy free. If those titles scare you, don’t worry, there is food for you too.

📍102 E Victory Dr, Savannah, GA 31405

The Grey

Located in a renovated 1938 Greyhound Bus Terminal, this restaurant has quickly become the talk of the town. This has been due to James Beard nominated chef, Mashama Bailey. Her amazing southern and soulful flavors are a crowd pleaser. Mix all that with the art deco vibes and you have a Savannah night to remember.

📍109 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Savannah, GA 31401

Leopold’s Ice Cream

This one is a given. No matter where you eat for lunch or dinner, Leopold’s Ice Cream is a must stop for dessert or second dessert. This retro ice cream parlor is loved by both locals and tourists, so if there is a line, just be patient and roll with it. It’s a throwback gem like this that deserves your dollars, and you deserve their ice cream.

📍 212 East Broughton Street, Savannah, Georgia 31401


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