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    Coffee. Cuisine. Culture. Start your day in Savannah with the best café and brunch spots around town. As the second busiest seaport on the East Coast, Savannah’s food scene draws international inspiration from its many imports intertwining that fare with southern tradition. The result? Dishes that transcend the norm and take your tastebuds on a culinary adventure. From sweet to savory, try some of these spots and feast on the food and relaxing atmosphere of Savannah.

    The Collins Quarters
    The Collins Quarter opened its doors in 2014, bringing Australian fare to the heart of historic downtown Savannah. With an interior styled to represent Melbourne’s historic Collins Street, here you’ll enjoy a unique café experience. Pair specialty coffee with innovative cuisine – all served in a relaxed and casual environment. Coffee connoisseurs and Aussie food lovers can experience The Collins Quarters in two Savannah locations; Downtown at 151 Bull Street or the beautiful Forsyth Park at 621 Drayton Street.
    Head down Under

    Common Restaurant
    Despite its name, East Broughton St.’s Common Restaurant is anything but ordinary. Saturated in historic charm, the restaurant comes to life in a 140-year-old national historic building in the heart of downtown Savannah. Here, chefs work with fresh produce, meat and cheeses from local purveyors to present award-winning brunch and dinner services, while the team behind the bar focuses on house-made cocktail shrubs, cordials, punches, juices and more to produce a truly unique experience.
    Find something in Common

    Fox & Fig Cafe
    Looking for a hip, modern set-up for creative plant-based fare? Nestled on Troup Square, Fox & Fig Cafe provides a delicious plant-based menu crafted from fresh, locally sourced, seasonal ingredients. Featuring an all-day brunch-centric menu, full-service espresso bar and pastry case filled with decadent desserts, Fox & Fig Cafe delivers scrumptious and innovative interpretations of traditionally omnivorous dishes.
    Go plant-based

    Goose Feathers Café
    The inviting aroma of sweet and savory menu items, wholesome cuisine and freshly baked breads and pastries prepared on-site daily keep visitors coming back to Goose Feathers Café day after day. Proudly serving the Savannah area since 1986, this cozy café fuses the dining ambiance found in Lower Manhattan’s urban Greenwich Village and the Left Bank in Paris. Be sure to save room for a serious selection of sweets made from scratch, including homemade cookies, cakes, bread pudding, palmiers and whoopie pies.
    Bon Appétit!

    Huey’s On The River
    Craving fresh seafood? Huey’s serves up authentic New Orleans cuisine on Savannah’s historic River Street from morning ’til night. If seafood isn’t your thing, don’t worry! Huey’s has a variety of options to please even the pickiest eater. Stop by at 115 East River Street for amazing dishes and brunch cocktails.
    Brunch on the River

    The Ordinary Pub
    The entrance to the old basement of Savannah’s original Sears & Roebuck building is easy to miss if you’re not looking for it. Located at 217 West Broughton Street, The Ordinary Pub is a hidden treasure. Specializing in reimaged classics, this pub fare excites with a new Americano culinary twist. If you’re strolling down Broughton St. and see the stairs leading down, stop in The Ordinary Pub to try out their award-winning full brunch.
    Find the hidden gem

    Ready to combo breakfast and lunch to experience some of Savannah’s best food? Book your stay today!

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