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Looking for a Cool Dinner Spot in Historic Savannah? I got you!

Y'all, Savannah is an amazing city for foodies but really, just for anyone who likes to E-A-T! This city is full to the brim with unique and locally owned restaurants from fine dining to food trucks. Savannah has a lot to offer... but FOOD may be the top of the list! In no particular order, here are six of my all time favorite places to evening-dine in Savannah.

  1. Hitch. Sibling restaurant to "Treylor Park", this gem is a great option for casual yet unique dining. It's affordable ($-$$), delicious, and equipped with a great staff and young/fun atmosphere. Hitch is on the busy, yet quaint, corner of Liberty St. in the heart of historic downtown. They have limited outdoor seating but a lot of availability indoors and PLENTY of good vibes! Definitely try the peanut butter and jelly wings! Be sure to check out Hitch or Treylor Park when in Savannah!

  2. The Flying Monk. Oh, how much I love The Flying Monk. My fiancé and I constantly battle between trying a new restaurant and sticking with our fave, The Flying Monk. TFM is a asian-fusion noodle bar that will knock your socks off! It's small and on a very popular shopping street, Broughton St., so try to go on a week night or get their early as they do not take reservations. Get the dumplings as an app and the curry noodle bowl or pho for dinner! ($-$$)

  3. The Vault. Conveniently owned by the same people as The Flying Monk. The Vault is amazing for a date-night. It is slightly fancier, but not to say you couldn't go on an average Tuesday, you for sure can! The prices are a tag higher than the previous two and the atmosphere is a little more swanky, but it's not really "fine dining" per say, more like dressy-casual. The Vault is aptly named as it was a bank and the vault still stands inside today. You can actually request to sit in there for a super unique experience. Get the miso glazed salmon for dinner and volcano sushi roll for an app!

  4. Collins Quarter. A fabulous cafe, bar, and full restaurant serving progressive style Australian-inspired dishes. ($$-$$$) CQ lies on the beautiful bustling corner of Bull St. and Oglethorpe Ave. If you can, and the weather allows, sit outside and enjoy the beauty of Savannah on one of her loveliest intersections. CQ is also great to stop in for an espresso mid-morning, just be sure to check their hours online!

  5. Husk. Always a favorite of ours when visiting Charleston... Lucky us, they decided to renovate a charming historic spot for one in Savannah! Husk is perfect for apps or dinner and is filled with historic Savannah appeal. ($$$) If you're not going to stay for dinner, at least grab oysters and a bevvy! Savannah is open-container friendly, after all...

  6. Starland Yard. (A food truck park!) How-freaking-cool. We followed the building process of this place from day one and have been continuously impressed every time we go. They invite 2-3 local food trucks to serve nightly and have a permanent wrap-around bar and pizza cafe. Local artists have blessed the "containers" (walls) of Starland Yard with amazing murals. SO many good photo spots. Perfect outdoor eating option for anyone, kid-friendly too! ( $ )

That's it for my current round up of some of my favorite local SAV spots to dine for dinner! Join me on Insta, @simplynikibblog, to chat more and see more of my SAV favorites.



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