Originally a drugstore, in addition to being a restaurant as portrayed in the movie, Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, this has been Savannah's ... More
Originally a drugstore, in addition to being a restaurant as portrayed in the movie, Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, this has been Savannah's favorite greasy spoon for nearly 100 years. Done up in a 1950s diner motif, the ambiance is as charming as the diverse local patronage. Substantial, affordable dinner entrees are provided, plus a menu of sandwiches and salads for lunch, but try to come for breakfast. Served all day on weekends, the breakfast item of choice is the Hoppel Poppel, a mad concoction of scrambled eggs, potatoes, salami and various unidentified objects.
It's a really great hole in the wall restaurant. I say hole in the wall because passing it in the street, you would not know it to be such a little treasure. They serve diner style food with all of the Savannah character. They even have treats for your pets! I enjoyed the experience and will probably eat there again soon.
Clary's is a favorite spot for my wife and I to visit when we are in Savannah. We stay in a bed and breakfast a few streets down from Clary's and we love going there for lunch. Their sweet tea is to die for!!! It is a dessert by itself. We definitely recommend this cafe to everyone!
My first visit to Clary's was last April. I intend to go again this month ( April 08). My wife and I stopped on our way out of town. I had the waffles with strawberries and cream cheese. It was fantastic. My wife hada regular breakfast of eggs, bacon etc. and it was also very good. I love Savannah and I need to move there.
Was not impressed. Arrived an hour before they closed on Sunday and they acted annoyed. Ordered pancakes and my friends ordered salads. Pancakes were chewy and the salads looked from a bag. Overhyped and disappointing.
As maybe the only person in Savannah who had not read The Book or watched the movie, I went to Clary's Cafe for the food. The location downtown was pretty crowded, so we went over to the Clary's on Abercorn (on the other side of Victory). We got right in and you could tell it was a little local diner. I got the cheese blintzes which came with little cups of applesauce, cinnamon apples, sour cream, and one other flavor which I can't remember. My friend got the Oglethorpe which included two pancakes basically the size of your head along with lots of other food. Our waitress was really friendly and kept our glasses refilled. Our meals were in the $7-12 range, but we were full enough until late afternoon. Unfortunately, we were so stuffed that we didn't try to eclairs, but they looked delicious.
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