Savannah Travel Guide, Part II: Where to Eat

I have two restaurants and an ice cream parlor to share with you today! When in Savannah, my sister and I cooked a lot at her house, so we didn’t eat out too often. However, I really recommend these following locations if you are in or around the city.

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Leopold’s Ice Cream

I HATE waiting in lines, but this place makes it worth it. They have an amazing selection of ice cream (I tried the lemon custard), and a seasonal menu as well. Seasonal flavors for February include Chocolate Cherry Cordial, Rose Petal Cream, and Strawberry Shortcake. The ice cream is just really damned good. Try it. Period.

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The Olde Pink House

I was really excited to try the Olde Pink House while in Savannah. It’s pink! Look at it! The facade supposedly used to be white, ย but the brick inside the walls essentially dyed it pink because of the humidity โ€” the humidity down there is no joke. I had never been in a restaurant like it before. It’s very Southern, and is basically a historic house with a bunch of tables, chairs, and super friendly waiters thrown in. Walk by to see the gorgeous architecture, and make a reservation if you want to do something a little fancy during your visit.

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The Crab Shack

By the way, not everything I suggest is going to be in Savannah. The Crab Shack is actually on the nearby Tybee Island (which I will write about in Part III). The Crab Shack is kind of the opposite of the Olde Pink House: loud, outdoors, and uber casual. But the food is just as good. To sit outside on a wooden dock overlooking the ocean in 90 degree weather while eating crab dipped in butter…I would love to be there right now. They also have a little area where you can feed alligators!!

Thank you for reading!

C.C.B.B

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