Boar's Head Grill & Tavern, Savannah's first restaurant on Historic River Street, has been a favorite for locals and tourists the past 50 years. ... More
Boar's Head Grill and Tavern
Boar's Head Grill & Tavern, Savannah's first restaurant on Historic River Street, has been a favorite for locals and tourists the past 50 years. Locally owned and operated by Chef Philip & Charlene Branan, Boar's Head offers casual, waterfront dining in a unique restored cotton warehouse built in the 1800's. Specializing in the finest USDA aged steaks, chops, live Maine lobster, local seafood and sinfully delicious desserts, Chef Branan caters to every diners needs. Relax and unwind with your favorite cocktails before and after dinner in our Tavern with a spectacular view of the Savannah River while watching the Ships pass by! Price (Price reflects the average cost of dinner, including one drink and tip) $30 and under
The locale is great, if you get a window seat, you can watch the tourists pass by. The food is VERY reasonable and great! The blackened salmon with jimaca slaw is delicious. Try the chicken on spinach. It comes with a fruity vinegarette, pecans, raisins, onion and feta.
I would go back any day.
Great food . Nice Pub atmoshere. The food was great but the dessert was amazing. Best chochlate bread pudding I've ever tasted. I wanted the reciepe but they wouldn't part with it. I keep trying to master it and have come close but not quite the same.
Our waiter was outstanding! Friendly and prompt service. Not to mention his suggestions from the menu were right on. The food and scenery in this tavern go great together. Great view also, if you can get a window seat. Would definitely go back.
Be sure to try the local brews.
I invited my family, 4 adults and 2 children for dinner at Boar's Head last week. I truly enjoyed the meal, the ambiance, but I am very disappointed with management.
When dinner was over, our waitress brought us the check. She saw me calculating the tip, and if it had not been for my son, I would have tipped the waitress 15% on top of the 17% that was included in the check. That would have been almost $40 in tips which I think anyone would agree is excessive on a $137 check.
It is true that the menu indicates with very small letters that tip is added to the check, but the waiter staff should advise customers of this fact. After you have had some wine, one is not too carefull, but the restaurant should not take advantage of this. It is the management's responsibility to instruct the waiters.
This experience left a bad taste in my mouth.
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