If there’s anything you should know about Savannah it’s that we are THE city when it comes to unique, tantalizing cuisine. So to celebrate coming the 24th of January and ending February 2nd The Savannah Restaurant Week will be taking off!
This 10-day festivity pays homage to the culinary gems of Savannah and offers a one-of-a-kind opportunity to anyone looking for a more intimate look what these restaurants have to offer.
With over thirty spectacular restaurants participating this is a MUST for anyone!
Each restaurant participating in Savannah Restaurant Week is offering three decadent courses and for only $30 a person (not including tax and gratuity) you can be apart of this delicious escapade!
Whose Participating in Savannah Restaurant Week?
Participating restaurants for The Savannah Restaurant Week are scattered all throughout the Historic District and each has their own unique charm but let’s get you better acquainted with two of our favorites:
45 Bistro is a must for those of you looking for the terrific atmosphere of fine dining and cuisine with all the comforts of family. Located inside the Marshall House Hotel, 45 Bistro has made a significant impression on the people of Savannah and all of her travelers for being an excellent model for hospitality. And of course, one of our favorite places to have some fabulous meals!
Chef Brian, Sous Chef Alfredo, and the staff of 45 will do more satisfy your appetite; they’ll win your heart as well.
A.lure is a restaurant that might make you do a double take at the menu. Originally a divorce lawyer, Chef Charles found his true calling in low country cuisine and we are more than impressed! You’ll experience an almost overwhelming array decadent dishes that will satisfy your taste buds and send you back for more! His innovative approach to contemporary low country cuisine is truly masterful and not to be missed.
What are you waiting for?!
Come on down to Savannah to experience the restaurants mentioned above and many more! The Savannah Restaurant Week only comes twice a year so hop to it!
Azalea Inn and Gardens, a Savannah GA bed and breakfast inn, invites you to reserve a room today to begin enjoying the best experiences in our city, which Travel + Leisure Magazine acclaimed as a “World’s Best City.”
I have been avoiding this restaurant for quite a while, nearly seven years to be exact, simply because of its location. I couldn’t possibly send my guests to a hotel restaurant because, well, because usually they are just okay and I take my vocation seriously. You would think that the opinions of two of my girlfriends would sway me, but until last night, not a chance. 45 Bistro turned out to be a surprising revelation nestled on Broughton Street in the first floor window front of a historic hotel.
So with apologies to my Wine-Chick friend, Lori, I tried dinner last night with another friend and fellow innkeeper, Shannon. Shannon must know every bartender in town and is enthusiastically greeted by one and all. I felt very privileged to be walking in her shadow. Bistro 45 is divided into the bar, dining room, and three private rooms which are used for various functions from intimate family dinners to wedding parties. We opted to sit at the bar (what a magnificent room) where bartender James remained attentive to us as well as the other groups scattered about the bar. He never failed to keep our wine glass topped off as Shannon and I discussed upcoming Savannah events and our individual B&B inns.
I left the ordering to Shannon and was not disappointed. First up was Roasted Ruby Beets – Belgian endive, praline walnuts, stilton cheese and roasted golden and ruby beets marinated in a champagne vinaigrette. I LOVE beets and these did not disappoint. Next was GRILLED hearts of romaine with garlic croutons, shaved parmesan and their house made Cesar dressing. I don’t think I will ever have an ordinary Cesar salad again – grilled split romaine is the way to go. Our final course was a shared plate of Duck Two Ways – a succulent pan-seared duck breast and confit thigh topped with whipped Yukon gold potatoes, roasted beets and natural jus reduction.
When all was said and done we had consumed a bottle of wine, licked our plates clean, and converted a reluctant dining partner into a believer.
Azalea Inn and Gardens, a Savannah GA bed and breakfast inn, invites you to reserve your room today and begin enjoying the best food experiences in our city, which Travel + Leisure Magazineacclaimed as a “World’s Best City” in July 2011.
Call us today at 800.582.3823 or reserve online by clicking here.