We offer locals & tourists alike the opportunity to sample the finest fares in Contemporary Southern Cuisine and Seafood. Our executive chef brings ... More
Vic's on the River
We offer locals & tourists alike the opportunity to sample the finest fares in Contemporary Southern Cuisine and Seafood. Our executive chef brings culinary art to traditional Southern dishes & is always creating new masterpieces for the nightly specials. In the heart of Savannah's Historic District, located in an old cotton warehouse, built in 1859, boasts the best views on the Savannah River & the sophisticated charm of Old Savannah! Come join us and choose from our Wine Bar and listen nightly to our Piano Bar as you view the Savannah River and enjoy some of the finest cuisine that Savannah has to offer!
my girllfrind and I traveled from alaska to savannah for the chance to see histioric buildings and people, and of course to try the food. I did a little research on the net and came across vics, so we decided to give it a try. The atmosphere was laid back, the live jazz music was good and not so loud you couldn't carry on a conversation. We were lucky enough to get maria as our waitress....she was praised earlier on one review I had read....perfect in every way...timing was impeccable. I ordered the filot, cooked just right....my girlfriend had the mixed seafood dish....she loved it..dessert was sweet potato creme brulee...topped off an excellent dinner....don't listen to negative reviews...you can't please complaniers....
i just emailed rachael ray, to tell her, if anyone is visting savanna, you must go to vick's . the biscuits and honey before your meal are to absolutely die for. they melt in your mouth and the best i have ever eaten. also the classiest and afordable place you can imagine.
I ate at Vics and must say i was dissapointed. The service was bad and so was the atmosphere. The Pianaist was bad and way too loud. We couldnt have a conversation, or hear ourselves think. The food was very pricey. All we had ( 2 of us) was the Crabmeat stuffing on some kind of cheesy rice, ( it all tasted like cheese), and 1 serving of Gumbo.The Gumbo was very good. Ice tea to drink. Our tab was $75.00. I will never go back there, nor recommend it.
I really enjoyed my dining experience at Vic's. It was a rainy day in Savannah and we decided we wanted to just relax and have a great lunch. The staff was very nice and got us a table right away. I had the cheesesteak which i have to say was the best I've ever had. It was made with wonderful beef tips, and had just the right amount of cheese to compliment it. My friend had a seafood platter which he enjoyed just as much. The view was great and the room felt warm and welcoming. Would def go there again if I returned to Savannah.
Food has become better and better. The atmosphere is elegant and comfortable. Am a frequent customer for a reason. Thing over the last few month have just improved. The menu is fancy southern cuisine but definatly try the daily specials, lovely!
I had heard this restaurant was so good, and I was disappointed when I at there. The waiter accidentally knocked over a full glass of wine which spilled in its entirety down the front of one member of our party's shirt. The glass also broke on the table. He was apologetic but wanted us to sit at the same table with the glass even though the restaurant was empty. I had to insist that we be moved. Additionally, the member of our party with the wine spilled all over her shirt was soaking wet. The waiter did not tell his manager about the incident, did not offer to have her glass of wine paid for, and did not offer to pay for the dry cleaning of her black silk blouse. For a restaurant with so many good reviews and which is also so expensive, this type of behavior is appalling. The food was fine but not worth the hype and the mashed potatoes were lukewarm. We had a much better dining experience at Bistro Savannah on Congress St. which has a wonderful wine list, pleasant staff, and excellent food.
We both ordered burgers- they were good, but not cooked like we ordered them. Price was reasonable. View was good of river and River Street. Bartender was very attentive and personable. Overall, would recommend.
I read a review commenting on the green beans not being cooked but they had spoken to management and they were going to correct this problem. We had dinner at Vic's on Thurday night and the green beans were still not cooked. Why would they serve green beans that are still not cooked? The only thing I can think of is that they think it is healthier for you. I took half of my dinner home and the next day I cooked the green beans and they were delicious. I was a little disappointed that I could not substitute something for the salad, as I do not eat anything that is not cooked, so dinner for me was just the fish. I probably would not go back again but my date thought it was great.
Very, Very good! Service was excellent and the fillet was exactly right. We were a party of 5 and called for reservations. Our table was waiting when we arrived. Vic's ambiance was not the greatest and it was somewhat crowded, but the table was set appropriately and looked good. I'll be back next trip.
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