Boar's Head Restaurant
The Boar’s Head claims to be the oldest restaurant on River Street and is located in a building that was once a cotton warehouse. Exposed brick walls decorated with a collection of gold plates and hunting trophies create a cozy atmosphere. From a seat at the bar, or on the small patio, patrons can look out over River Street and the Savannah River. Kitchen specialties include crab cakes and she-crab soup, and the bar recommends Bumbo Punch, a special rum punch. A 30-year Savannah tradition and locally owned and operated, The Boar’s Head specializes in the finest USDA aged steaks, chops, live Maine lobster, local seafood, and sinfully delicious desserts. Chef Branan caters to every diner’s needs. Menu specifics include Savannah “she-crab” soup, barbecued shrimp with tangy peach sauce, grilled salmon orange hollandaise, Savannah trifle, warm chocolate bread pudding, and a full bar. Serving lunch and dinner seven days a week.