Seafood Restaurants in Savannah, GA
Being this close to the ocean, you can be sure that the restaurants serving seafood in Savannah offer the freshest selections you can find. Straight off the docks and onto your plate, Savannah is a seafood lover’s dream come true. Oysters, crab, shrimp, and Lowcountry Boil await!
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River House Seafood
Genuine Savannah flavor in an 1850’s king cotton warehouse. Sit riverside and enjoy local seafood that the Savannah Morning News awarded its highest rating, A, while watching local and merchant ships sail by. Delight in our homemade breads and desserts, baked on premise and served warm or... available to take home. River House features some of the freshest local seafood available helping to create some of the finest signature items you’ll find in Savannah. Pecan Encrusted Tilapia or Shrimp and Low-Country Grits with Tasso Gravy are just a few of the dishes we’re proud of. We also have Po-Boys, Pizzettas, and the best Low Country Boil Savannah has to offer. We are sure it will satisfy any sweet tooth. If you’re too full, we offer mail-order service on many of our classic pies, cakes, and breads. Pie so good, you will probably ship one to yourself.Read More >
Waterside hangout for New American fare with a seafood focus, plus cocktails, bocce, and a fire pit.
Belford’s Savannah Seafood and Steaks offers the best in Savannah fine dining. Our restaurant is located in the heart of Savannah’s historic district in City Market. Whether you are looking for a casual place to grab lunch or a venue to host your wedding reception our staff is... delighted to serve you. Choose a tender Angus steak, the best seafood in Savannah, or one of our other many choices. Belford’s will not disappoint.Read More >
When you walk through our doors, you may notice the chef-coat service or wine display. But we’ve left the stuffiness and unpronounceable menu out. Our polished casual setting helps you relax and celebrate — even if the occasion you’re celebrating is just dinner. In here, the... specials don’t stop at the food. Here, special is the feel of a big city bar that’s not far from home. It’s a wood-burning grill that swaps out boredom and routine for a dinner that opens your eyes. It’s chef-coat service that’s not about being stuffy, but all about knowing what you need. It’s feeling good about the food, the people, and the bill each time you walk through the door. Because at Bonefish Grill, special isn’t something that comes around once a year. It’s something you’ll find here any night of the week. No matter what the reason is for your visit, we’re ready to share the BFG experience with you.Read More >
Constructed of ballast rock sometime prior to 1790, the Savannah Chart House, once a sugar and cotton warehouse, is the oldest masonry building in Georgia. The restaurant is located across the street from the Savannah River in the historic downtown area.
Fiddler's Crab House
Fiddlers’ River Street with a front row seat to River Street’s historic cobblestones, Fiddlers’ serves up the freshest locally caught seafood available, setting the standard for fresh ocean fare on River Street.
Sting Ray's Seafood
Stingray’s offers seafood, live music, and a relaxed atmosphere under the shade of beach umbrellas on a large deck beside Butler Avenue, Tybee’s main strip.
Sundae Café & Deli
We are a family-owned restaurant located on Tybee Island off Savannah, Georgia’s coast. Formerly an ice cream deli, we have created a romantic atmosphere with some of the best dishes available in the southeast. Our Southern-inspired dishes focus on seafood and steaks, but also include... gourmet salads, pastas, sandwiches, and succulent sides. Sundae Café is open Monday through Saturday for lunch and dinner.Read More >
The Crab Shack
At the Crab Shack, they’ve selected several standard platters that prove to be favorites or you can mix and match your own crustacean selections. Order blue crabs by the dozen, snow crabs or shrimp by the pound, oysters by the bucket, and pick and shell everything yourself. Nothing is... fried, all food is steamed, boiled, or raw, which brings out the very best taste in seafood. Accompanied by lemon wedges, melted butter, and cocktail sauce, there’s nothing better. A hole in the center of the table provides trash disposal and your own individual roll of paper towels is at the ready. Many small sinks are scattered about the place for times when your hands go beyond the paper towels. A recent addition to The Crab Shack is The Gator Lagoon. This is a 25,000 gallon tropical lagoon surrounded by lush tropical foliage. The lagoon is home to gurgling waterfalls, a working replica of the Tybee Lighthouse and 78 live alligators. The exhibit allows guests an opportunity for safe interaction with the gators, by feeding special gator treats affixed to the end of a cane pole to the reptiles. Specially trained attendants are ready to answer questions and offer interesting gator facts. There is outdoor seating under giant oak trees beside the gator lagoon where you can watch the gators swim or sun themselves while you dine al fresco. The Crab Shack offers a continual party atmosphere but in a laid back manner, with plenty of outdoor seating along the creek bank under Spanish moss draped oaks trimmed with twinkling white lights. Fans stir a breeze when none is present-but if there is any breeze around it seeks out the bend of Chimney Creek, where the Crab Shack is situated. For less than perfect weather, of if there’s a chill in the air, giant blowers send air (or heat) into the Party Shack and the main dining room which offer almost as much ambience but with protection from the elements. With a seating capacity of over 500 and 3 full bars, reservations are not required or accepted May 1 through Labor Day. It’s strictly first-come, first-served. There’s plenty of free parking on the four acre plot that is lovingly called Crab Universe by the locals.Read More >
Tubby's River Street
Talk about a room with a view! It doesn’t get more relaxing than kicking back at Tubby’s Tank House above River Street and watching the tankers cruise by — even when the Savannah heat is at its peak, outdoor diners always stay refreshed with Tubby’s ingenious mister system.... This is always the place for fresh seafood. The catch of the day is served grilled, fried, or blackened with plenty of sides, and the crab cakes and fish fingers have folks raving. Land lovers will find lots to take in, including filet mignon and chicken cordon bleu, and there are sandwiches galore for the lunchtime crowd. Save room for dessert — preferably a piece of pecan pie, baked fresh every day by Tubby himself in Savannah’s Candy Kitchen.Read More >
Between the fresh catch of the day or our local favorite Fried Shrimp, everyone will walk away with their favorite menu item to be ordered time and time again.
Tucked away in the Wilmington Island Shopping Center, far away from the hustle and bustle, Molly McGuire’s is your very own oasis. With fresh island fare, a relaxed atmosphere, and a cedar gazebo that will make you never want to leave, Molly’s has become a beloved dining spot for locals and... visitors looking to ‘Unwind on Island Time’.Read More >
Pearl's Saltwater Grille
Dockside eatery serving regional seafood dishes & steaks in an airy space with river views.
Tubby’s is proud to serve only the freshest seafood available including Tuna, Wahoo, Mahi-Mahi, Grouper, and a variety of seasonal catches. All are caught locally with great enthusiasm!
Tybee Island Fish Camp
Tybee Island Fish Camp is a cozy 1950’s cottage nestled under live oak and cedar trees featuring boutique wines, award-winning craft cocktails and a regionally-focused menu that changes daily under culinary direction of executive chef/owner, Kurtis Schumm
Centrally located in the heart of Savannah’s Landmark Historic District, Husk, from The Neighborhood Dining Group and James Beard Award-winning Chef Sean Brock, transforms the essence of Southern food and highlights the unique ingredients of coastal Georgia. Led by Brock and Chef de Cuisine... Tyler Williams, the kitchen reinterprets the bounty of the surrounding area, exploring an ingredient-driven cuisine that begins in the rediscovery of heirloom products and redefines what it means to cook and eat in Savannah.Read More >