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My Secret Savannah

RESTAURANT RECOMMENDATIONS AND BUILD-YOUR-OWN ITINERARY SUGGESTIONS:

We will be delighted to make your reservation for any trip, tour, or dining accommodation you may desire. Just give us a call. During any special event it is highly recommended that you make dining reservations as early as possible to ensure a seat in the restaurant you want when you want it!

Dinner Recommendations (some are causal lunch places as well):

    • Cotton & Rye – Housed in an old bank building this is one of the best-kept locals’ secrets. Only open for one year, this fabulous indoor/outdoor restaurant is garnering accolades across the city and state. We love the sausage and cheese board with house-made sausage, house-made pickled vegetables and a delicious array of cheeses. My personal favorite is the Mustard and Molasses BBQ Lamb Ribs – don’t even think about sharing. Jake’s dinner favorite is the crusted pork chop with Brussel sprouts and back, apple sauce and sweet potatoes. Best secret? The BEST mixologist in Savannah and a wonderfully private dining room in the old bank Vault!
    • A.lure – A charming restaurant in the Heart of City Market. What stands out is their attention to detail, perfect for a destination dinner or a quick meal before an evening tour. From the Kale Salad, to the blue cheese fondue, the appetizers are sure to please. For main course options, “Peas and Carrots”, a creamy blend of carrot risotto topped with perfectly seared local Scallops; the decadent filet and foie gras Meatloaf, or the  Root beer Float Duck- a blend of sweet and savory ingredients- so delicious it has become my new favorite! Their flexibility in accommodating dietary restrictions makes this an easy recommendation.
    • Vic’s on the River – Avoid the line at Lady and Sons and come to Vic’s for real Southern Cuisine and attention to detail. Spicy Jumbo Shrimp over stone ground grits and Tasso ham gravy; or perhaps a crispy fried trio of shrimp, oysters and local flounder. I love the Fried Green Tomatoes with goat cheese and tomato chutney. Sample southern side dishes favorites of mac n’ cheese and collard greens or take a leap and try the grilled asparagus. Also open for lunch.
    • Public Kitchen – A new Azalea Inn favorite (though it has been around for a year) and winner of the Smoked Salmon BLT award as one of my all-time favorite Sandwiches. Its central downtown location makes if a great spot to lunch at during shopping splurges. Great for Lunch too!
    • Noble Fare: A fellow innkeeper raves about this hidden gem and finally, finally I tried it and shame on me for waiting so long. I started my dinner with an amazing Ahi Tuna Tartar with avocado puree that melted in my mouth. My main course was Pan Roasted Diver Scallops with a cauliflower puree on a bed of Israeli Couscous, smoked bacon, corn with truffle oil. Divine, absolutely Divine. The next time you are in town don’t miss the sensational atmosphere that Paddy and his wife have created at the Noble Fare!
    • Jazz’d – A Tapas Bar featuring small portions of a large variety of food – great for sharing when you can’t make up your mind what to eat! Jazz band begins around 9:00. Don’t miss Thursday’s singer Trey Gurley with a voice reminiscent of Frank Sinatra. “Wine’d Down” every Monday and Wednesday, 4-7 p.m. Select bottles will be offered at just $12 per bottle! Live music six nights a week and never a cover..
    • The Grey: Located in the old Greyhound Bus Station. I could go on and on about the building but I am sure you are just interested in hearing about the food. Chef Mashama Bailey delivers Southern food her way. I skipped appetizers that day and went straight for a “middle”, which is a smaller serving of a main course. My Middle was Country Pasta served with pork belly, Parmesan, and cracked black pepper, which was perfect in flavor and size. I did add a side of roasted beets with a buttermilk yogurt which I intended to share with Jake, but…. Jake ordered the Pork Shank with a “mess of greens” and cornbread and a side of whole fried sweet potato with sorghum butter – which he did share with me! Our waitress helped us pick a by-the-glass wine for each of our dishes which were a heavenly match. We completed our evening with a shared dessert: Pound Cake with Leopold’s corn ice cream and caramel popcorn – every bit as delicious and different as it sounds. You can’t go wrong with dinner and drinks at The Grey – but be sure to make your reservation well in advance of arrival – you wouldn’t want to miss out.
    • Alligator Soul – Jake and I have been very impressed with the food offerings (very fresh, seasonal choices) and with the service! Jake had the signature gumbo and as a main course the Beef Short Ribs while I chose the Georgia Wild Shrimp Plate for my main. To die for! The owner is a VEGAN, so if you wonder whether a vegan can get a beautiful and satisfying dinner – this is the place for you!
    • Crystal Beer Parlor – One of the oldest pubs in Savannah, you will delight in the Craft Beer and Burger selection as well as all those old-timey staples such as meatloaf, fried chicken, mac-n-cheese and more! Make sure you leave room for the Oh-So-Delicious Peach Cobbler. They don’t take reservations but while you wait is the perfect time to take in all the old time pictures of Savannah and the framed newspaper stories across the years. Seriously, we eat here at least once a month – more often when we have company!
    • Green Truck Pub – A bit outside our downtown waking area, but SO worth the drive, this neighborhood joint features locally sources foods, vegetarian options, and a huge selection of craft beers. My favorite burger is the Rustico, a burger with Goat cheese, balsamic caramelized onions, roasted red peppers and fresh basil, a huge side of fries all for just $10. Jake alternates between The Whole Farm (You ever put bacon and cheddar AND a fried freaking egg on a burger?) and the Deluxe Hot Rod (As if bacon and cheese weren’t enough, we shove some sauteed mushrooms and onions on top).

Great for Lunch:

    • Mrs. Wilkes’ Boarding HouseLUNCH ONLY Monday thru Friday. No stay would be complete without lunch at Mrs. Wilkes -southern home cooking at its best. Served family style – this lunch will keep you full till past dinner. Lines begin forming at 11:00 a.m. and service stops when the food runs out – generally around 2:00 p.m.  Closed throughout January. Open weekdays ONLY!
    • Zunzi’s – home of the #2 Sandwich in the entire United States – the Conquistador.
      Zunzi’s is a delightful mix of international cuisines reflecting the very different cultural backgrounds of the owners, Gabriella and Johnny. Enjoy the combination of South African, Swiss, Italian and Dutch every day; vegetarian options also available. Be sure to try the South African tea – Rooibos ice cold. Open six days a week 11 to 6 (making it a great place to grab a take-out bite for dinner).
    • Wright Square Café – An absolute must is this casual European style café with rich coffee, fresh breads, imported chocolates. Enjoy fresh made salads of green beans, pasta, or rice, sandwiches on fresh-made bread or wraps, muffins, bagels, and truly decadent desserts. My favorite is a baked chicken wrap with caramelized figs. The truffles are a delightfully decadent treat to finish off the lunch, or bring back to our inn to enjoy as you relax by the pool, or on your deck or balcony.
    • B&D Burgers – The name says it all…BURGERS!  If you are looking for a great casual place to chill or would like to watch your favorite sporting event on the Big Screen (at night) the Patio area is a Must for you.  All the Burgers have “Savannah” names & those sweet potato fries are awesome.

TOUR SAVANNAH:

Trolley Tours:

Our go to trolley Old Town Trolley. Though we usually go with a home-town company we find that Old Town Trolley goes above and beyond in customer service. Our guests rave about the tours, the tour guides and the service. May we suggest you try “The Prohibition Museum Package” where you will not only find yourself immersed in the story of Prohibition in Savannah, but the speakeasy staff will teach you a thing or two about prhobition cocktails made especially for you!  They also offer a Riverboat Cruise to see the river landscape.

Walking Tours:

    1. Jonathan Stalcup – a graduate of Savannah College of Art and Design with a Master of Architecture degree, offers the best Architectural Tour of Savannah, you will not be disappointed. Please see his website at www.architecturalsavannah.com. Inquiries and reservations may be made by calling or texting Jonathan at 912-604-6354 or by emailing jonathan@architecturalsavannah.com.
    2. Savannah Dan Walking Tours – Take a leisurely stroll through picturesque squares with a Southern Gentleman. Hear the history of Savannah in the language of the South. www.savannahdan.com
    3. My City Savannah Walking Tour – Focusing on the colonial district of Savannah follow Sonny on an off-the-beaten path history from debtors’ colony to the Coastal Empire. www.Mycitysavannahtour.com

Black Heritage History:

A mesmerizing journey beginning with Day Clean Soul Tours. Dey-Kleen is the Gullah-Geechee philosophy of life that “each day is a new day, each day starts anew; no matter what occurred yesterday – today is a new day!” Jamal Toure’, a renowned lecturer, author and living history performer, will guide you through Savannah’s black history with stops at the Beach Institute, Laurel Grove Cemetery South, the Ralph Gilbert Marks Civil Rights Museum which will open eyes to the courageous acts undertaken to ensure equality of all. Take a few steps along the Underground Railroad with a stop at the First African Baptist Church, the oldest black Christian congregation in America followed by a visit to the Haitian Monument also located on Franklin Square. Jamal will fill your 2-1/2 hour journey with enough tidbits to compel one to learn more about our black history. Call 912-257-0078 for reservations.

Ghosts In American’s Most Haunted City

Here is a list of our most highly recommended downtown Savannah ghost tours:

Horse Drawn Carriage:

Historic Savannah Carriage Tours…our preferred provider. Public rides daily from City Market. OR…. Let us book you a Private ride from the inn to dinner (or perhaps from dinner back to the inn). Romance and History – what’s not to love?

Telfair Museum Foundation: Visit three museums for the price of two:

  • Owens-Thomas House and slave quarters
  • Telfair Museum
  • Jepson Art Center

Motorized or Foot-Powered Touring Options:

  • SEGWAY! – The hottest craze to hit town: So Much Fun…Coordination is not a requirement J Tour the city on a Personal Transporter. Tours begin promptly at 10 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. daily. www.segwayofsavannah.com
  • Perry Bikes – located on Chippewa Square, it has all your bike rental needs!

Theatre

Savannah Theatre – Live professional performances at The Savannah Theatre, matinee and evening performances available. “Jukebox Journey”, “Back to the 50’s” and “Christmas on Bull”. To learn more, please visit their website at www.savannahtheatre.com.

On the Water:

  • Dolphins abound the waters in the right season. For more information on what to do on the water visit www.tybeeisland.com/dolphin-tours.shtml.
  • Or perhaps the sea and you, one on one – in a kayak! Visit www.tybeeisland.com/kayaking.shtml.
  • Coastal Journeyswww.coastaljourneys.com (912-308-6050) Glen Gartner will take you into the marshlands surrounding our coastal area on an ecology/nature-based cruise. Explore an uninhabited barrier island, hunt for old bottles or shark’s teeth along Savannah’s river channel, or perhaps bird watching inspires you. Glen will customize a trip for you, your friends and family.
  • Wilderness Southeast Nature Tourswww.wilderness-southeast.org Explore pristine beaches or river swamps; discover habitats and exciting wildlife on your own private nature tour.

Deep Sea Fishing:

Cooking:

  • http://www.mansiononforsythpark.com/leisure/cooking-school/ – Join Executive Chef Peter Russo as he oversees a variety of interactive programs in a state-of-the-art, full size kitchen with in-depth discussion and explanation of culinary technique and simple tricks that make cooking a very approachable form of art.

GOLF:

Southbridge Golf: Conveniently located within a few minutes of Savannah Georgia’s historic district, Southbridge is a Savannah jewel – a treat for both the eye and the golf game.  Southbridge has long been the most highly acclaimed golf course in the Savannah area.  Legendary architect Rees Jones’ chose to design this fine masterpiece through a tract of dense woodland in South Georgia. http://www.southbridgegolfclub.com/

MORE:

Visit www.savannahvisit.com for more ideas on what to do and see in Savannah.

CAT Shuttle:

CAT Shuttle: follow this link for more information on the free historic district shuttle.

MONTHLY EVENTS:

Continue of Savannah Music Festival-

April 2-14

The Historic District of Savannah will host to more than 100 performances from March 29-April 14, 2018, during the annual 2018 Savannah Music Festival, providing an ideal backdrop for an event that celebrates exceptional artistry in jazz, classical and a variety of American and international musical traditions.

This annual 17-day celebration incorporates a carefully curated schedule of popular, folk, traditional, serious and studied music, all performed by renowned artists from across the globe. Known for its intimate venues, devotion to artistic excellence and high production values, SMF also fosters the creation of new work and artistic collaborations.

Tickets to the 2018 festival are now on sale, available online at savannahmusicfestival.org, by phone at (912) 525-5050 and in person at 216 E. Broughton St. in Savannah.

First Friday art Walk  April 6

Every first Friday of the month, Art Rise Savannah presents the First Friday Art March through the Victorian and Starland Districts of Savannah. Discover local art, music, food and culture all over Georgia’s First City by taking the free Art March Trolley to different galleries and shops around Forsyth Park and Past Forsyth Park. There is FREE entry to all of the First Friday Art March events! The First Friday Art March trolley picks up in approximately 20 minute intervals from 6-9 p.m. For more information about the First Friday Art March, go to artmarchsavannah.com.

First Friday Folk Music  April 6

Savannah Folk Music Society Monthly presents “First Friday for Folk Music” at First Presbyterian Church on 520 Washington Avenue each month. Festivities start at 7:30 p.m. and run until about 10 p.m. It is a smoke free, alcohol free and family friendly evening of music in a coffee house setting, regularly attended by an appreciative audience of folk music enthusiasts from the greater Savannah and surrounding area. A $5 minimum suggested donation is requested to support the event and other SFMS activities. For more information call (912) 898-1876 or visit savannahfolk.org.

First Friday Fireworks  April 6-

Celebrate the end of the week and the beginning of a new month with First Friday Fireworks and River Street Fun! Music, food booths and artists make appearances around the Rousakis Riverfront Plaza, 115 East River St. This free event is open to the public every month! For more information about First Friday Fireworks, call the Savannah Waterfront Association, who organizes the event, at (912) 234-0295 or go to riverstreetsavannah.com.

The Forsyth Farmer’s Market

April 7 & every Saturday

Each Saturday the Forsyth Farmers’ Market opens from 9 a.m.–1 p.m., rain or shine, at the South End of Forsyth Park in Historic Downtown Savannah. A variety of vendors offer their produce and products to residents and visitors alike.

The Forsyth Farmers’ Market vendors offer a variety of local goods including seasonal produce, eggs, honey, pastured meat, bread, cheese, mushrooms, fresh herbs, vegetable sauces, preserves, coffee beans, heirloom seeds and potted plants. From the very beginning, the FFM has focused on food and food issues which is why it is a producer-only market (meaning all vendors have to be producing at least 75 percent of the products they sell)  and allows only food and plant vendors. For more information about The Forsyth Farmers’ Market in Savannah, go to forsythfarmersmarket.org.

 

43rd Annual North of Gaston st Tour of Hidden Gardens

April 13-

The Garden Club of Savannah presents the 43rd Annual NOGS (North of Gaston Street) Tour of Hidden Gardens April 13-14, 2018. In 1975, the Garden Club of Savannah elected to replace the Christmas tour with a spring tour of gardens limited to the area North of Gaston Street (expanded to North of Gwinnett Street in 2012). The tour features seven private gardens, and the Massie School Garden’s in Savannah’s Landmark District. The hours are from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. and guests may start at any garden. A Southern Tea is held from 2-4 p.m. each day of the tour at the elegant Green-Meldrim House, where guests will enjoy sweets, savories and Southern iced tea in the home where General Sherman stayed when he occupied Savannah during the Civil War.

For more information on the tour or to purchase tickets, visit www.gardenclubofsavannah.org.

Second Saturday Art Walk

April 14-

Second Saturday Art Walk starting at the Brice Hotel, 2 p.m. Visit assorted local galleries after a Welcome Reception. The evening ends with free water and cocktails and raffle at the Savannah DeSoto Hilton at 6 p.m. To RSVP or download a gallery map, visit www.savannahartwalk.com.

ArtStart: Stroller and Toddler Tour

April 19-

Art Start: Stroller and Toddler Tours at the Jepson Center, 10:30-11:30 a.m. The museum’s youngest patrons are invited for story time, a special tour and an art activity. 207 W York St. For details, call (912) 790-8800 or visit www.telfair.org.

Savannah Earth Day Festival April 21

Each year in the spring, the 30 acre Forsyth Park at the heart of the historic district becomes the nucleus of the city’s green initiatives. It is a celebration of environmentally responsible living and business in coastal Georgia. The Savannah Earth Day Festival serves as an important opportunity for local government, businesses, non-profits, and community groups to connect with the public and each other. It is the City’s largest environmental outreach event of the year, and the largest education event in conjunction with Earth Day in Georgia.

MAY 2018

First Friday Art  May 4-

Every first Friday of the month, Art Rise Savannah presents the First Friday Art March through the Victorian and Starland Districts of Savannah. Discover local art, music, food and culture all over Georgia’s First City by taking the free Art March Trolley to different galleries and shops around Forsyth Park and Past Forsyth Park. There is FREE entry to all of the First Friday Art March events! The First Friday Art March trolley picks up in approximately 20 minute intervals from 6-9 p.m. For more information about the First Friday Art March, go to artmarchsavannah.com.

First Friday Folk Music  May 4

Savannah Folk Music Society Monthly presents “First Friday for Folk Music” at First Presbyterian Church on 520 Washington Avenue each month. Festivities start at 7:30 p.m. and run until about 10 p.m. It is a smoke free, alcohol free and family friendly evening of music in a coffee house setting, regularly attended by an appreciative audience of folk music enthusiasts from the greater Savannah and surrounding area. A $5 minimum suggested donation is requested to support the event and other SFMS activities. For more information call (912) 898-1876 or visit savannahfolk.org.

First Friday Fireworks  May 4-

Celebrate the end of the week and the beginning of a new month with First Friday Fireworks and River Street Fun! Music, food booths and artists make appearances around the Rousakis Riverfront Plaza, 115 East River St. This free event is open to the public every month! For more information about First Friday Fireworks, call the Savannah Waterfront Association, who organizes the event, at (912) 234-0295 or go to riverstreetsavannah.com.

The Forsyth’s Farmer’s Market –  May 5 & Every Saturday-

Each Saturday the Forsyth Farmers’ Market opens from 9 a.m.–1 p.m., rain or shine, at the South End of Forsyth Park in Historic Downtown Savannah. A variety of vendors offer their produce and products to residents and visitors alike.

The Forsyth Farmers’ Market vendors offer a variety of local goods including seasonal produce, eggs, honey, pastured meat, bread, cheese, mushrooms, fresh herbs, vegetable sauces, preserves, coffee beans, heirloom seeds and potted plants. From the very beginning, the FFM has focused on food and food issues which is why it is a producer-only market (meaning all vendors have to be producing at least 75 percent of the products they sell)  and allows only food and plant vendors. For more information about The Forsyth Farmers’ Market in Savannah, go to forsythfarmersmarket.org

42nd Annual Savannah Scottish Games May 5-

The 42nd Annual Savannah Scottish Games will be held on the campus of historic Bethesda Academy, 9520 Ferguson Ave. A grand celebration of Scottish Culture for the entire family! Music, dancing and athletic competition, children’s activities, shopping, food, and fun for all! No dogs are allowed at the games. Pipe bands will make regular performances around the field throughout the day. 8 a.m.-4 p.m. (912) 233-6017 or savannahscottishgames.com.

Wilmington Island Farmer’s Market May 5-

The Wilmington Island Farmers’ Market (WIFM) is held every Saturday rain or shine from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. March-June and September-December. This outdoor market sets up on the property of Islands High School (170 Whitemarsh Island Rd.) on Whitemarsh Island. Come by for one of our many on-site programs including:

  • Food vendors and Artisan vendors will be at the market each Saturday.
    • Guest Chefs join us to demonstrate ways to use your market bounty to its fullest.
    • Local non-profit groups, special guests and musical guests also provide unique entertainment opportunities.
    • Story time for kids of all ages.
    • Kid’s Crafts each week.
    • Monthly Charitable Organizations whom we partner up with to collect donations for.
    • Shop with Chef

For more information about the Wilmington Island Farmers’ Market, go to wifarmersmarket.org or email wifarmersmarket@aol.com.

Savannah Philharmonics presents Beethoven’s Immortal Ninth May 5-

Savannah Philharmonics presents Beethoven’s Immortal Ninth*! The evening begins with the vivacious Konzertstück by Robert Schumann, featuring a quartet of French horn virtuosos from the Savannah Philharmonic and the Jackson Symphony. Then the Savannah Philharmonic Orchestra and Chorus concludes our ninth season with another Ninth – Beethoven’s epic Symphony No. 9 in D minor, featuring one of the most beloved melodies of all time, the “Ode to Joy.” Experiencing the Ninth live is a memory to treasure – be sure and be there! *Enjoy fascinating and informative pre-concert talks by music expert John Canarina at 6:30 pm at these concerts. Presented by Savannah Friends of Music. 7:30 p.m. Johnny Mercer Theater, 301 W. Oglethorpe. (912) 232-6002 or info@savannahphilharmonic.org or savannahphilharmonic.org.

Annual Doggie Carnival  May 6-

It’s time, once again, for the Humane Society for Greater Savannah’s Annual Doggie Carnival! The 18th Annual Doggie Carnival will take place on Sunday, May 6, 2018, from noon-4 p.m. in Forsyth Park. This family (and canine!) friendly festival features fun for everyone – big and small! Admission to the carnival is free and all proceeds benefit the Humane Society for Greater Savannah. Our four-legged guest can partake in the doggie derby, doggie agility equipment, paw print art, pet paint, doggie pools, tests to see if they would do well as emotional support dogs, doggie and me photo booths, dog treat decorating, doggie fortune telling, doggie ice cream and much more!

Our human friends can enjoy food truck fare and there will be beer for the 21 and over crowd! For more information about the Doggie Carnival in Savannah, see the Facebook event page, call the Humane Society for Greater Savannah at (912) 354-9515 or go to humanesocietysav.org.

May 6 – Annual Yacht Hop at Harbour Town Yacht Basin Hilton Head Island

Don’t miss the 14th Annual Yacht Hop at Harbour Town Yacht Basin on Sunday, May 6, 2018 from 5:30-9 p.m. Step aboard stunning yachts, docked in The Sea Pines Resort’s Harbour Town Yacht Basin, and enjoy wine and mouthwatering hors d’oeuvres freshly prepared by some of the area’s premier chefs! This fundraising event also includes entertainment by The Headliners, as well as silent and live auctions. The evening closes with dessert and a champagne toast. All proceeds benefit patient care programs at Hospice Care of the Lowcountry. For more information about the Annual Yacht Hop at Harbour Town Yacht Basin, call (843) 706-2296 or go to hospicecarelc.org.

May 11-Relay for Life of Chatham County

Head to Daffin Park May 11, 2018 from 4-10 p.m. for the Relay for Life of Chatham County! Join a team and walk or run around the track to raise much-needed funds and awareness to save lives from cancer.

The American Cancer Society Relay For Life is a life-changing event that gives everyone in communities across the globe a chance to celebrate the lives of people who have battled cancer, remember loved ones lost, and fight back against the disease. At Relay, teams of people camp out at a local high school, park, or fairground and take turns walking or running around at track or a path. Each team is asked to have a representative on the track at all times during the event.

To sign up or find more information, visit the American Cancer Society Relay for Life website.

Savannah Mega Comic Con 2018 May 12-13- Savannah Mega Comic Con 2018 at the Savannah Civic Center, 301 W Oglethorpe Ave. Originally founded in 2011, Savannah Mega Comic Con is an Pop Culture & nostalgia convention with the goal to bring worldwide pop culture under one roof for fans to enjoy. Sat., 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sun., 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. www.savannahmegacomiccon.com.

Second Saturday Art  Walk May 12-

Second Saturday Art Walk starting at the Brice Hotel, 2 p.m. Visit assorted local galleries after a Welcome Reception. The evening ends with free water and cocktails and raffle at the Savannah DeSoto Hilton at 6 p.m. To RSVP or download a gallery map, visit www.savannahartwalk.com.

May 13

Mother’s Day Brunch Cruise with Savannah Riverboat Cruises

Mother’s Day Brunch Cruise! No cooking – No cleaning – Just plenty of time for family fun! Picture your mom dining on a delicious buffet and kicking her heels up on the dance floor, while cruising the Savannah River! Make this year a Mother’s Day she will cherish for years to come! Includes 1 1/2 cruise, brunch buffet, and entertainment…all for mom! Show mom how much you care this year! Unlimited Mimosa package & Special Occasion package available. Sailing, 1–2:30 p.m. Adults, $56.95. Children, ages 5-12, $35.95. Children 4 & under, FREE. 9 E. River St. (800) 786-6404 or savannahriverboat.com.

Mother’s Day Dinner Cruise with Savannah Riverboat Cruises

Mother’s Day Dinner Cruise! Sit back, Relax, and let us do all of the work! This Mother’s Day, let Savannah Riverboat Cruises help you make this a Mother’s Day she will never forget! This 2 hour cruise includes a buffet dinner, live entertainment, and an unforgettable evening! Special Occasion package available. Sailing, 7–9 p.m. Adults, $61.95. Children ages 5-12, $35.95. Children 4 & under, Free. 9 E. River St. (800) 786-6404 or savannahriverboat.com.

Mother’s Day Brunch Cruise

Mother’s Day Brunch Cruise! No cooking – No cleaning – Just plenty of time for family fun! Picture your mom dining on a delicious buffet and kicking her heels up on the dance floor, while cruising the Savannah River! Make this year a Mother’s Day she will cherish for years to come! Includes 1 1/2 cruise, brunch buffet, and entertainment…all for mom! Show mom how much you care this year! Unlimited Mimosa package & Special Occasion package available. Sailing, 1–2:30 p.m. Adults, $56.95. Children, ages 5-12, $35.95. Children 4 & under, FREE. 9 E. River St. (800) 786-6404 or savannahriverboat.com.

Mother’s Day Dinner Cruise May 13-

Mother’s Day Dinner Cruise! Sit back, Relax, and let us do all of the work! This Mother’s Day, let Savannah Riverboat Cruises help you make this a Mother’s Day she will never forget! This 2 hour cruise includes a buffet dinner, live entertainment, and an unforgettable evening! Special Occasion package available. Sailing, 7–9 p.m. Adults, $61.95. Children ages 5-12, $35.95. Children 4 & under, Free. 9 E. River St. (800) 786-6404 or savannahriverboat.com.

May 19 – Legacy Ball at Mighty Eighth Air Force

2018 Legacy Ball, An Evening in “Casablanca”! Enjoy the 2018 Legacy Ball at a table in our stunning Combat Gallery. Dine under the wings of the B-17 “City of Savannah” at a table for 10. or Dine in the Lewis E. Lyle Rotunda, named for Museum founder and one of the Eighth Air Force’s greatest pilots. It’s an experience you can’t get anywhere else! 6 p.m. National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force, 175 Bourne Ave., (I-95 at Exit 102). Purchase Your Tickets Today! (912) 748-8888 or www.mightyeighth.org.

The Crawl of the South  May 26-

Are you ready for Bar Crawl Savannah’s third annual The Crawl of the South Memorial Day bar crawl? This event has gathered 5,000+ participants each year and we are planning for another big one! Join us on Saturday, May 26, 2018 from 2-10 p.m. for The Crawl of the South; the start is at Congress Street Social Club from 4-9 p.m. and the After Party is at Savannah Smiles from 6-11 p.m.Participants are challenged to visit 10 of the 20 participating bars, before meeting us at the After Party. The first 250 crawlers to complete this challenge, will earn a FREE official The Crawl of the South T-shirt! In addition to a koozie, swag from our sponsors (while supplies last), drink specials, a scorecard/map to mark your progress and free entry into all participating bars, everyone who registers for this crawl will get their choice of retro/retired bar crawl t-shirts, left over from past events.

Registration:
$5 until March 25, 2018
$10 until April 25, 2018
$15 until midnight on May 25, 2018
$20 on May 26, the day of the event, from 4-9 p.m. at Congress Street Social Club

Click here for more information.