If you came to Savannah looking for seafood, look no further. Fiddler's stands as perhaps River Street's most beloved ... More
Fiddlers Crab House
If you came to Savannah looking for seafood, look no further. Fiddler's stands as perhaps River Street's most beloved source of the whole gamut of undersea delights. Crab cakes and steamed crab legs, of course, are the house specialty, but the menu also offers live lobster, shrimp and shellfish harvested from regional waters and a nice selection of more land-friendly fare. A respectable and reasonably-priced wine list complements the menu, and a full bar service is available in both the lounge area and restaurant proper.
We visited Savannah over the past weekend. While there all we ate was seafood. Out of all the seafood restaurants we have visited, and there have been alot, Fiddlers Crab on the River Street was the best. WE had a oysters and a steamer that had crab, shrimp, crawfish and clams. OMG it was to die for. If any goes to Savannah check them out. We also had the best waitress. Ask for Crista. She will definately take care of you.
I loved the service. Our waiter was really nice and made me feel at home. I had oysters on the half shell and a variety plate of shrimp and scallops and fries. The sweet tea was delish. I also love the hush puppies! I want to go back...my seafood craving is arousing!
The atmosphere was awesome- Hard wood laquared tables with tin buckets recessed in the center for debris. The Crab was phenomenal. Recommend the homeade soup and Ceaser salad and their crab dip/chips! We ate there for lunch and dinner on different days. Great value and terrific service.
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