Restaurants in Savannah, GA
Dessert & Coffee Shops 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 dessert and coffee shops in Savannah spots to treat yourself. And don’t forget to try the famous ice cream in Savannah to cool off during our hot summer days!
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The Sentient Bean
Our name is more than a play on words; it is an expression of our ethic. Our purpose is to create a welcoming, gathering space that inspires conscious consumption and community activism. We do that by offering thoughtfully sourced food, fair trade coffee, and other high quality items at an... affordable price in a casual atmosphere. We go to great lengths in an effort to minimize our environmental impact. We host a wide variety of events meant to inspire and connect our neighborhood, our city, and the wider world. We strive to be simple, practical, and open to everyone.Read More >
Vic's Coffee Bar
Vic’s Coffee Bar is located on River Street and features plenty of coffee and beverage options. If you’re familiar with their restaurant, Vic’s on the River, then you know that you’re getting the same quality service and products at the coffee bar.
Foxy Loxy Café
Foxy Loxy Café is equal parts coffee shop, bakery and Tex-Mex cantina.
Blends is a modern coffee boutique in downtown Savannah featuring handcrafted single reserve coffee from the around the world as well as light bites.
Better Than Sex - A Dessert Restaurant
Better Than Sex is a full-service dessert only restaurant that also features something unique: chocolate and caramel rimmed wines, beers and cocktails. Everything is all wrapped up in an intimate speakeasy-like atmosphere. Celebrate timeless moments, cozy up with that someone special, share a... double date with friends, or make a new friend. Experiences, according to science, are what drive happiness.Read More >
Le Macaron French Pastries
The macaron is considered to be the jewel of French pastries in Europe. At Le Macaron French Pastries® in Savannah, our macarons are sure to delight. The first bite is a surprise. The second bite is the flavor. The third bite is the pleasure™… all adding up to create a mouthful of... heaven!Read More >
Marche de Macarons
Marche de Macarons is a locally owned and operated bakery in picturesque Savannah, specializing in indulgent French macarons. The macarons are baked fresh every morning using the finest quality ingredients.
Mabel's Cupcake Emporium
Mapel’s Cupcake Emporium offers a variety of cupcakes as well as other baked goods such as macarons, cupcookies, and cronuts.
Tybean Art and Coffee Bar
Tybean Art and Coffee Bar offers espresso, pastries and smoothies in a unique, art-adorned cottage with a gift shop & a patio.
Wicked Cakes of Savannah
Wicked Cakes of Savannah offers made from scratch cakes, cupcakes, brownies and bars, cookies and other specialty treats. The storefront offers an array of these desserts, with flavors changing often.
The Grey Market
Johno Morisano and Mashama Bailey opened The Grey in 2014 and immediately landed themselves and Savannah on the national food map. The Grey Market combines their love for New York City bodegas, the true lifeblood of any New Yorker, with the history and convenience of the... Southern lunch counter. Tapping into much of what she learned in creating the menu at The Grey, Mashama is making food that will fill your belly and your soul. With convenience, quality and honesty as the driving forces behind The Grey Market, you are sure to leave satisfied and supplied.Read More >
Shuga Girl is a sophisticated sweet house offers specialty crepes, pastries by Auspicious Baking Co, designer espressos, handcrafted daiquiris and cocktails.
Little Duck Diner
The Little Duck Diner is a “vintage chic diner” reminiscent of dining cars and diners of the late 20’s and 30’s with a contemporary twist. Inspired by our “little ducklings,” our children, the diner embodies the youthfulness within all of us with the refinement and quirks of an era... from which the “Diner” as we know it was born.
The menu consists of our ducklings’ favorite dishes, as well as other unique items from around the world. Southern charm meets modern retro eatery.Read More >
Rise Biscuits Donuts
A delicious assortment of old-school, new-school, and specialty biscuits & donuts served swiftly in a waitstaff-free service line.
Casual-chic daytime destination known for its gourmet waffles, pastries, and specialty coffee drinks.
The Gallery Espresso
Bohemian cafe with coffee and light fare like salads and pastries in a space with mismatched sofas.
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.Read More >
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.Read More >
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.Read More >
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.Read More >