Things-to-do In Savannah Blog

Things to do in Savannah Blog

Seeing Savannah on Foot

Savannah has one of America’s most walkable downtowns with its easy-to-navigate grid system developed by urban planner George Oglethorpe, and we can’t recommend walking tours enough as a top thing to do in Savannah. In fact, downtown Savannah has…

5 Southern Recipes for 4th of July

Fourth of July is just around the corner, so we’ve collected a few Southern recipes to help make your holiday celebration extra tasty–most which can be made ahead of time to save you time (and sanity!). Which ones will you whip up next month? Southern Living’s Succotash Salad These bright red tomatoes with pops of yellow…

TripAdvisor Names Savannah Taste Experience One of World’s Most-Booked Food Tours

Savannah tops Charleston, Miami, and Sydney, Australia in list of up-and-coming best food cities June 7, 2018—Tripadvisor recently released “10 Best Food Cities & Food Tours in the World,” which compiled data to identify which activity is most popular among travelers. The piece reveals that “food tours are the fastest-growing experiences category on their site”…

Your Savannah Food Scene Questions, Answered

Last month, we had a giveaway to our newsletter subscribers for a signed copy of our new book, Savannah Food: A Delicious History. To enter, fans had to ask us a question about Savannah’s food scene, and we loved reading all the questions as they came in. We answered a few of our favorites in this video,…

Savannah’s Food Truck Scene on the Rise

Savannah is slowly coming around to the food truck craze, and starting just last month, a few food trucks are permitted to serve food between 10pm and 5am off of Johnson Square, with other designated food truck zones located at Daffin Park and the Scarborough, Minick, and Paulson sports complexes (read the most recent government updates here)….

Starland District: Savannah’s Hottest Foodie Neighborhood Right Now

The Starland District, defined as the stretch between Forsyth Park and Victory Drive, has long been beloved by in-the-know SCAD students and Savannah residents. It’s artsy, funky, walkable, and displays spectacular Victorian architecture. Restaurants in this district often started out as residential homes that have been converted into cozy hotspots, and First Fridays in Starland…