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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!

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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