Bohemian Restaurants

Savannah Restaurants Scene

is booming . Mostly known for its classic Lowcountry cuisine — like shrimp and grits and gumbo — this coastal Georgia city is becoming a great food destination for all sorts of cuisines.

From creative Pan-Asian to a new Italian and French fine dining here are Hot New openings and  favourite.

Bohemian Hotel Savannah Riverfront is one of the newest Hot Sports and exciting dining destination. Their River and Rock on the Roof offers  delicious food. The atmosphere is very casual yet elegant and in a very comfortable setting. You can enjoy stunning views of the Savannah river by the cozy fire pit with life entertainment in the background.  Enjoy list of fine wines, range of martinis and signature cocktails. Their Executive chef offers American comfort food with its unusual twist to the true Southern cuisine. Enjoy burgers, mussels, steaks but be sure to try duck wings in tangy- sweet asian sauce.  Absolutely divine.

The Grey – home of the former Greyhound bus depot from the 1930s is now chef`s Mashama Bailey (a vet of NYC’s Prune who grew up in Savannah) home offering Southern dishes with Italian influences. The gorgeous landmarked space has a skylight, preserved art deco features and an outdoor area, as well as a refurbished ticket booth that now features open kitchen. The Grey’s menu changes with available ingredients, but one certain and constant option is  selection of fresh oysters. Restaurant offers outdoor events and special food happenings so stay tuned with their news.



Co  – After its openings restaurants in Charleston and Myrtle Beach Co`s – exotic flavours arrived to traditional Savannah with its elegant Pan-Asian cuisine.  “Co” in Vietnamese means Feast, sharing food and drinks around large communal tables. However for more intimate dining experience restaurant offers as well smaller tables. Their food is fresh and exciting mostly Vietnamese however you will enjoy Sushi Rolls or Thai noodles and range of fantastic cocktails.  Their Malaysian chile wing are powerful and super tasty and sandwiches such as  lemongrass tofu offers more light and refreshing flair. For Cocktails only head to upstairs Co`s chic cocktail lounge

The Florence – not your typical Savannah Dining options. Run by Celebrity chef Hugh Acheson opened up his place in the former ice factory just minutes from the Savannah College of Art and Design, where he and his staff offer Italian dishes made with local ingredients they can receive on a daily basis. Menu therefor exchanges very often. Restaurants  vibe and style with very urban slick decore is great place to enjoy Italian cuisine with the twist. Love the exposed brick and sage-green and cerulean-blue accents. Casual sophistication. Menu specials offer house-cured salumi and a wood-fired pizza. Their signature ricotta cavatelli with tender braised pork shoulder is a must have. Be sure to make a reservation as places is very popular

The Florence-Savannah

The Florence-Savannah

A.Lure is chef`s Daniel Berman Hot spot for all seafood lovers and those who appreciate fresh cooking. Chef`s appreciation for produce straight from the farm with the  combination of low-country gourmet, fresh seafood, and a farm-to-fork concept became A.lure. His approach to traditional southern and seafood favorites, and a new category of dining for the Downtown Savannah. Enjoy fantastic Crab Cakes or Rockefeller Oysters, Fresch Catch of the day. My favourite one however Braised Rabbit Open Ravioli was a hit of the day.

So, next time you are in Savannah besides your favourite Shrimp and Grits be sure to step in some of the new cool establishments and let us know what you think. Add on in comments below what other places we should include to the List of the Hottest Restaurants in Savannah


By:Dorota Antoszkiewicz

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