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Group-Friendly Savannah Restaurants

Take a culinary trip around the world right here in Savannah. The city is home to a variety of restaurants where your reunion group can enjoy excellent food — and company!

For more information on booking a trip for your reunion group, please contact us online or call (912) 298.0803.

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The Pirate's House

Since 1753, The Pirate’s House has been welcoming visitors to Savannah with a bounty of delicious food and drink and rousing good times. Situated a scant block from the Savannah River, The Pirate’s House first opened as an inn for seafarers, and fast became a rendezvous for... blood-thirsty pirates and sailors from the Seven Seas. Here seamen drank their grog and discoursed, sailor fashion, on their exotic high seas adventures from Singapore to Bombay and from London to Port Said. The entire family will enjoy Savannah’s most intriguing restaurant. At the Pirate’s House, our most precious treasure is our food, acclaimed for over three decades. Our extensive menu includes dishes for all tastes and our varied selection of scandalous desserts is sure to delight. Like a tale of the high seas, The Pirate’s House rambles in all directions. We operate 15 separate dining rooms each with a distinct charm all its own.

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The Lady & Sons Restaurant

Paula Deen’s famous Lady & Son’s Restaurant, as seen on the Food Network, is open daily for lunch and dinner. Choose from the southern buffet or order off the menu. Looking for some memorabilia? Paula Deen’s store is located on-site as well!

The Crab Shack

At the Crab Shack, they’ve selected several standard platters that prove to be favorites or you can mix and match your own crustacean selections. Order blue crabs by the dozen, snow crabs or shrimp by the pound, oysters by the bucket, and pick and shell everything yourself. Nothing is... fried, all food is steamed, boiled, or raw, which brings out the very best taste in seafood. Accompanied by lemon wedges, melted butter, and cocktail sauce, there’s nothing better. A hole in the center of the table provides trash disposal and your own individual roll of paper towels is at the ready. Many small sinks are scattered about the place for times when your hands go beyond the paper towels. A recent addition to The Crab Shack is The Gator Lagoon. This is a 25,000 gallon tropical lagoon surrounded by lush tropical foliage. The lagoon is home to gurgling waterfalls, a working replica of the Tybee Lighthouse and 78 live alligators. The exhibit allows guests an opportunity for safe interaction with the gators, by feeding special gator treats affixed to the end of a cane pole to the reptiles. Specially trained attendants are ready to answer questions and offer interesting gator facts. There is outdoor seating under giant oak trees beside the gator lagoon where you can watch the gators swim or sun themselves while you dine al fresco. The Crab Shack offers a continual party atmosphere but in a laid back manner, with plenty of outdoor seating along the creek bank under Spanish moss draped oaks trimmed with twinkling white lights. Fans stir a breeze when none is present-but if there is any breeze around it seeks out the bend of Chimney Creek, where the Crab Shack is situated. For less than perfect weather, of if there’s a chill in the air, giant blowers send air (or heat) into the Party Shack and the main dining room which offer almost as much ambience but with protection from the elements. With a seating capacity of over 500 and 3 full bars, reservations are not required or accepted May 1 through Labor Day. It’s strictly first-come, first-served. There’s plenty of free parking on the four acre plot that is lovingly called Crab Universe by the locals.

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Mrs. Wilkes' Dining Room

A line gathers each morning at 107 West Jones Street. At 11 o’clock, the doors of 107 open and the lunch crowd finds a seat at one of the large tables-for-ten shared by strangers. Tabletops are crowded with platters of fried chicken and cornbread dressing, sweet potato souffle, black-eyed... peas, okra gumbo, corn muffins, and biscuits. The menu changes daily so regulars can have something different every day. Stop by and enjoy the special pleasure of a meal shared with neighbors and strangers.

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Savannah Riverboat Cruises

Enjoy an evening of dinner, live entertainment, and an unforgettable tour of Savannah on a riverboat cruise. Book tours and tickets online and save or call us toll-free for assistance with reservations, group tour bookings, and private charters. Experience refreshing river breezes on a... sightseeing harbor tour, delicious local southern flavors, cultural entertainment, fun-filled dinner, magical moonlight, and lavish brunches. Join our captain and award-winning crew on board for a unique tour and cruise attraction that is not to be missed!

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The Shrimp Factory

The building at 313 East River Street was built during the winter months of the years 1823 through 1826 to serve as a warehouse for cotton, resin, and other products. All of the beams, stones, and brick, which you see in the building, are original. Ceiling beams and rafters are heart-pine from... this area and the Savannah-gray bricks were handmade. The top floors were added in 1850. Today, instead of cotton bales, you will find the locally owned Shrimp Factory. Dining is casual. Our famous signature recipes are always consistently delicious, served to you in a friendly, professional manner. Come…Watch the Ships Go By!

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The Museum Pub

A Pub was never as charming as The Museum Pub: Set with antique tables and a mahogany bar, this is a beautiful and comfortable location for a smaller event. The Chapel of Fallen Eagles accommodates groups up to 100. The beautiful replica of an English countryside chapel is the perfect backdrop... for an elegant ceremony. Surrounded by the gardens, the Chapel is available for day or evening events.

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Old Fort Jackson: Mess and Muster

This dinner program is designed for smaller groups, primarily our senior travelers. A delicious meal along with friendly soldiers of long ago will make this a unique dining pleasure for visitors to Georgia’s queen city. We have been honored to host numerous World War II veterans’... organizations, as well as nationally known Civil War historian Ed Bearss.

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