Since 1971, this affordable joint once occupied a cotton warehouse that dates to the 18th century, providing no-nonsense grub with an emphasis on low ... More
Cotton Exchange Tavern
Since 1971, this affordable joint once occupied a cotton warehouse that dates to the 18th century, providing no-nonsense grub with an emphasis on low country goodness. Watch the comings and goings along the river as you enjoy great beef and seafood selections, including a wide range of fish prepared to order. Lighter entrees are also available, plus famous sandwiches, soups and tavern fare appetizers. For quick bites, grab a seat at the bar, which tends to get lively as the evening progresses.
Located in Savannah's Historic District the Hampton Inn is walking distance to Paula Deen's Famous Lady and Son's Restaurant, River
Street, SCAD, and City Market. The hotel is steps from the Telfair Museum of Art, Jepson Center, antiques shops, ...
This elegant building on Washington Square once served as a livery stable, a cotton warehouse and a Coca Cola bottling
plant before being resurrected as one of the most elegant lodging addresses in Savannah. Pace the gleaming hardwood floors ...
Situated in a renovated building that was once home to the City Hotel, Moon River Brewing Company is a restaurant,
bar and Savannah's only microbrewery. A varied menu includes quite a few vegetarian options. Imaginative appetizers such as Oysters ...