Savor Savannah’s tastiest restaurants
Hamilton-Turner Inn serves one of the best breakfasts in Savannah in its elegant Dining Room. Enjoy hearty culinary treats while views of historic Lafayette Square encompass you. Our chef prepares everything from eggs benedict with hand-carved ham and French toast with real whipped cream while ensuring the freshest and finest ingredients are used. We also bake fresh pastries each day.
For lunch, dinner and cocktails, our bed and breakfast is within walking distance to a number of exceptional restaurants in and around the historic district. Get a taste of the South at:
- The Lady and Sons: Paula Deen’s restaurant in a more than 200-year-old renovated building offers 15,000 square feet of dining, a full-service bar and office space.
- Mrs. Wilkes’ Dining Room: The menu changes daily at 107 West Jones St. Large tables for 10 are shared by friends and strangers alike as they enjoy old-time family-style dining.
- The Olde Pink House: One of Savannah’s most popular restaurants is set in the city’s only 18th century mansion and offers live entertainment nightly.
- Vic's on the River: A spectacular antebellum cotton warehouse offers great river views and an extensive wine list.
- Zunzi’s: This restaurant was featured on “Man vs. Food” and features The Conquistador sandwich, selected as one of the best in America. A combination of Swiss, Italian, South African and Dutch, Zunzi’s unites flavors that are unique and fresh.
- Belfords Savannah Seafood and Steaks: Whether you’re looking for the freshest seafood catch, a tender steak or delicious dessert, the menu can accommodate.
- B. Matthews: This one-of-a-kind bistro serves traditional and New American-style dishes for breakfast, lunch, dinner and brunch in Savannah’s Historic District.
- 2 Can Café: The Greek fusion restaurant features hand-made culinary delights and food with flair.
- Angels BBQ: This restaurant was featured on “Man vs. Food,” and offers savory pulled-pork sandwiches and a BBQ sauce that is sure to please all palates.
- Elizabeth’s on 37th: This 1900’s Southern mansion is the perfect place to dine on fresh seafood and local produce.
- Leopold's: A chapter in Leopold’s history was closed when Stratton left Savannah to pursue a career producing motion pictures. But Savannah never forgot the great ice cream and Stratton was often asked when he would reopen. On the 18th of August, 2004, the dream came true! Leopold’s Ice Cream opened at a new location, 212 East Broughton Street, with the original, secret ice cream recipes. It is a beautiful store, designed by Academy Award nominated designer Dan Lomino. Dan used many of the original fixtures and applied his Hollywood magic to create the wonderful store you see today. There are props, posters, and signed photographs of actors Dan and Stratton have worked with over the years