Top things to do

Top Choice Historic Site in Savannah

Wormsloe Plantation Historic Site

A short drive from downtown, on the beautiful Isle of Hope, this is one of the most photographed sites in town. The real draw is the dreamy entrance through a corridor of mossy, ancient oaks that runs for 1.5 miles,…
Top Choice Cafe in Savannah

Collins Quarter

If you have ever talked coffee with an Australian, you know they are particularly fussy about their java. This wildly-popular newcomer is Australian-owned and turns Australian-roasted Brooklyn coffee into their belo…
Bakery in Savannah

B Matthews Eatery

Located on a quieter corner of bustling Bay St, B Matthews serves locally roasted coffee, fried green tomatoes, black-eyed-pea cakes, sandwiches, and a Savannah staple: shrimp and grits.
American in Savannah

Cha Bella

With a commitment to organic, local and well-presented vittles, this welcoming restaurant leaves pretension behind: swings hang on the lovely patio. The Georgia white-shrimp risotto or fish-market special will not l…
Southern in Savannah

Lady & Sons

Savannah's irrepressible culinary doyenne Paula Deen has created a monster – and, some say, lost the magic in the process. Her country cookin' is indeed delicious, but showing up at 9:30am for lunch or 3:30pm for di…
Bakery in Savannah

Mabel Francis Potter's Cupcake Emporium

How can one be sad with the aroma of fresh-baked cupcakes wafting about? This adorable cupcake boutique boasts dozens of flavors, including the local favorite: butter cream cupcake.
Pizza in Savannah

Vinnie Van GoGo's

This locally owned pizzeria draws legions of locals for its Neapolitan brick-oven pizza.
Seafood in Savannah

Walls Bar-B-Que

Adventurous barbecue-lovers, keep looking until you find this glorious 'cue hut' on a tiny alley between E York St and Oglethorpe off Price St. Once you arrive, order a baseball-size mound of deviled crab - watch ou…
Gallery in Savannah

Jepson Center for the Arts

Looking pretty darn space-age by Savannah's standards, the JCA focuses on 20th- and 21st-century art.
Historic Building in Savannah

Mercer-Williams House

Although Jim Williams, the Savannah art dealer portrayed by Kevin Spacey in the film version of Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, died back in 1990, his infamous mansion didn't become a museum until 2004. You…