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Restaurants in Savannah, GA

Coffee & Dessert in Savannah

We sure do love our sweets, and Savannah’s history as a major port city means we traditionally have some of the best coffee beans in the world. Stroll into any one of these fabulous spots to treat yourself to dessert and coffee. And don’t forget to try the famous ice cream in Savannah to cool off during our hot summer days!

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Savannah Coffee Roasters

In 1909, Savannah Coffee Company was first established by Edgar R. Morrison at 130 Bay Street, Savannah. For more than 100 years, Savannah Coffee Roasters has poured art into every cup. Connoisseurs and novices alike celebrate the satisfyingly smooth notes of each varietal, blend, and flavored... coffee. Experience first-hand how these masters roast the freshest and finest beans from all over the world. Discover your favorite flavor and share a pound (or two) with a friend.

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Gallery Espresso

Old world coffee, Imported teas, daily fresh baked goods, light fare, fine wine selection, gluten free desserts

The Coffee Fox

We are a craft coffee house proudly serving locally roasted coffee made by Roast Master Philip Brown, owner of PERC Coffee. We began with our flagship store in the heart of mid-town Savannah, Foxy Loxy Cafe, and are happy to announce the opening of our sister store in downtown Savannah, The... Coffee Fox.

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King of Pops

Handmade, all natural pops cooling off Savannah with tasty goodness!

Leopold's Ice Cream

Leopold’s Ice Cream was founded in 1919 by three immigrant brothers from Greece: George, Peter, and Basil Leopold. They learned the art of candy and dessert from an uncle who had already settled in America. The brothers perfected the secret formulas and created the world famous... Leopold’s VeriBest™ ice cream. The original Leopold’s Ice Cream shop closed in 1969. Stratton Leopold, the youngest child of Peter Leopold, kept many of the original fixtures in storage while he pursued his dreams of working in Hollywood. On August 18 of 2004, Stratton and his wife Mary officially reopened the legendary family business. The new location on downtown Savannah’s bustling Broughton Street was designed by Academy Award nominated set designer Dan Lomino. The original fixtures Stratton had kept were used, including the black marble soda fountain and wooden interior phone booth. The shop has a beautiful old-fashioned flair with some modern decorative additions — posters and props from Stratton Leopold’s film career.

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Tybee Sugar Shack

Tybee Island, Georgia has been home to The Sugar Shack for more than 30 years. From its humble beginnings as a summertime walk-up ice cream stand, to its current status as a year-round full-menu restaurant, The Sugar Shack has grown and changed almost as much as its four owners! Since that... humble (and messy!) beginning, The Sugar Shack has undergone many changes. The building gradually grew, as a front room, dining room, porch, and second story apartments were added over the years. The restaurant, initially only open during the summer, evolved into staying open year-round, and for longer hours. The “ice cream only” menu underwent extensive changes, as well, as fast food, and then a full range of breakfast, lunch, and dinner items were added on. Today, the restaurant is still run by an original brother or two, and their mom, Mary, keeps everyone in line. Most of the folks working there are family (or feel like family, anyway), and now some of the grandkids are helping to keep the place running!

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Lulu's Chocolate Bar

Voted “Best in Savannah” 7 years in a row! Treat your taste buds to the most delicious desserts and glamorous atmosphere at Lulu’s Chocolate Bar. Voted “Best Desserts in Savannah” by the readers of Connect Magazine and Savannah Magazine, 2008–14, all desserts are... made from scratch. Think of Lulu’s as a dessert restaurant with an array of specialty drinks and martinis for your enjoyment. We offer organic fair trade coffee provided by local fave, The Sentient Bean, as well as brewed coffee from PERC.

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La' Berry Frozen Yogurt Cafe

Select your cup. Select your yogurt. Select your toppings. Swirl it your way. That’s the way to do things at Broughton Street’s La Berry, where it’s easy to see why the concept behind froyo is so vogue. Froyo (aka frozen yogurt) follows a vision to create the ideal recipe using only the... healthiest and freshest ingredients while promoting positive feelings through a delicious tasting treat in an inspiring environment. With bright blue walls, continuous electric-green platforms that wrap around on vertical planes, glowing orbs, and helix-print tabletops – it’s hard not to inspired by something. Modish and arithmetically charming, La Berry is also self-serve but the interactivity of it makes it even more fun – almost as if it’s an ice cream parlor that you have complete control of!

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