Open Hours: 7a-10p M-Th; 7a-11p F; 7a-11p Sa; 7a-10p Su
This lively spot in the heart of River Street is located on the street level of the River Street Inn. A spirited bar is surrounded by a low-lit ... More
This lively spot in the heart of River Street is located on the street level of the River Street Inn. A spirited bar is surrounded by a low-lit assortment of tables, opening up onto an extensive patio that lines the sidewalk for open air dining. Bayou cooking dominates the menu, with regional favorites from New Orleans such as beignets for breakfast, muffaletta sandwiches (or the veggie muffaletta) for lunch, and Pan-Fried Pork Chops for dinner. Don't miss the traditional red beans and rice, which comes with most entrees.
Water Street is chock-full of restaurants displaying fancy menus with inflated prices and smokey bars with the usual pub fare. Huey's is a lively yet comfortable place to have a very good meal at a good price. The menu is a little more New Orleans than Low Country, but the cheese grits bring it back home. A very friendly and attentive staff.
Great food, great service, great location! We were here on Memorial Day weekend, and had no trouble getting a great table at the window. Service was friendly and prompt. Relaxed atmosphere. Will definately go there again when we return to Savannah!
My wife and I stopped here December 23rd at around 8:45 pm. We had a seat right on a window overlooking the river and it was a great view. I would imagine if the patio doors aren't closed it could get pretty noisy from the people passing by, but we weren't disturbed at all. The place was pretty dead, I assume due to the holiday and the time of day, but the food and service couldn't have been better. So take it for what it's worth given the circumstances. The food was a bit pricey, but it was worth it all things considered.
I read so many rave reviews of Huey's that we had to try it. It was the only place we ate in Savannah that we didn't like. The Gumbo was good. I will give them that, but my blackened Chicken tasted like bad fish? How can chicken taste like fish? I could not eat it. My husband ordered Oysters and they smelled like a foul cage in a zoo. The smell was enough to make us ill, and we sent them away as quickly as we could. The Jumbalaya was disapointing and did not get eaten either. My husband said the only redeaming thing in that dish was the noodle itself.
The wine was good, the sweet potato fries were good. I hear they have good breakfast? The woman behind me commented that her stuffed chicken dish would have been good had it not been stuffed!? All in all we thought this was the WORST food we ate on vacation! Would not recommend it. The view is, however, nice. The manager was nice too (but they did not offer us any comp for the bad food).
Maybe we got a bad night? Who knows!
We were fortunate enough to score a window table on a Friday night ... the ultimate "people-watching" experience ! ! The crab / shrimp au gratin was SUPERB ! ! ! And beer drinkers will appreciate the fact that each "refill", even if it's bottled, comes with a fresh, frosty glass! Oh, yeah -- this Yankee loved the cheddar cheese grits, too ... not to mention the crawfish etoufee ! ! !
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