Savannah Riverfront Restaurants
Restaurants on River Street in Savannah, GA
Come on down and dine on the Historic Savannah Riverfront. On River Street you’ll find a variety of restaurant options from casual dining to fine dining and everything in between. Below are just a few of our favorite places to grab a bite and enjoy the view!
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Boar's Head Restaurant
The Boar’s Head claims to be the oldest restaurant on River Street and is located in a building that was once a cotton warehouse. Exposed brick walls decorated with a collection of gold plates and hunting trophies create a cozy atmosphere. From a seat at the bar, or on the small patio,... patrons can look out over River Street and the Savannah River. Kitchen specialties include crab cakes and she-crab soup, and the bar recommends Bumbo Punch, a special rum punch. A 30-year Savannah tradition and locally owned and operated, The Boar’s Head specializes in the finest USDA aged steaks, chops, live Maine lobster, local seafood, and sinfully delicious desserts. Chef Branan caters to every diner’s needs. Menu specifics include Savannah “she-crab” soup, barbecued shrimp with tangy peach sauce, grilled salmon orange hollandaise, Savannah trifle, warm chocolate bread pudding, and a full bar. Serving lunch and dinner seven days a week.Read More >
Lizzy's Tequila Bar & Grill
Featuring lunch and dinner daily: fresh seafood, sandwiches, salads, sizzling fajitas, steaks, margaritas, and drink specials all day long. Savannah’s newest addition on historic River Street, One-Eyed Lizzy’s is a restaurant with a Southwest flair, offering tex-mex cuisines with... what could be considered the best dining view on River Street…that is if you are lucky enough to dine on one of their three balconies. With two levels to choose from, One-Eyed Lizzy’s has something for everyone. All of these unique features combine to make a very delicious and fun dining experience.Read More >
One of River Street’s oldest restaurants and taverns that has become a local and tourist hot spot. Chicken fingers just don’t get any better than this! Savannah’s friendliest lunch and Happy Hour restaurant. Voted Savannah’s best bar food and “Home of the Original... Chicken Finger.” All of us at Spanky’s welcome you and your friends and assure you that we will do everything possible to make your visit comfortable and satiable pleasing.Read More >
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 >
Vic's on the River
Vic’s is located in a beautiful old cotton warehouse overlooking the Savannah River and historic River Street. With entrances on both Bay Street and River Street, we are easy to access. Along with our spectacular views, Vic’s menu reflects Savannah’s Southern charm with our... take on traditional Southern food and our fresh seafood selections. The Vic’s staff continues the tradition by giving friendly and gracious service to all our guests. Bring your guests to enjoy a wedding reception, rehearsal dinner, bah mitzvah, bat mitzvah, dinner party, luncheon, or business meeting in one of our private dining rooms overlooking the Savannah River. Our fifth floor Stoddard Room can seat up to 165 guests at one time and provides two balconies onto which the guests can walk and enjoy the view. Our smaller Dieter’s Den is located on the third floor and can seat as few as 10 and as many as 35 guests for a more intimate dining experience. Chef Jay Cantrell will be glad to work with you on menus that will suite your exact wants and needs. Please speak with him about any dietary needs or any other requests. We look forward to working with you to plan your special event. Our group sales representative is at your service to assist you in any way we can.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.
Tubby's River Street
Talk about a room with a view! It doesn’t get more relaxing than kicking back at Tubby’s Seafood 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 >
Huey’s serves up authentic New Orleans cuisine on Savannah’s historic River Street from morning til’ night. Stop by and check out our happy hour or get one of our award-winning Bloody Mary’s to enjoy as you stroll down the riverfront.
The Shrimp Factory
The building at 313 E. River Street was built during the winter months of the years 1823 through 1826 to serve as a warehouse for cotton, resin, and other products. All of the beams, stones, and brick, which you see in the building, are original. Ceiling beams and rafters are heart-pine from... this area and the Savannah-gray bricks were handmade. The top floors were added in 1850. Today, instead of cotton bales, you will find the locally owned Shrimp Factory. Dining is casual. Our famous signature recipes are always consistently delicious, served to you in a friendly, professional manner. Come…Watch the Ships Go By!Read More >
Dub's, A Public House
Welcome to Dub’s, a Public House, the only sports bar on River Street! With our carefully thought-out menu and an inventive cocktail list created by our mixologists, we have something for everyone!