For a hangover cure, or just to treat yo self, get the Olivers Lunch or the Godfather sandwich. Just do it. Shit yeah!
Trendy outdoor food truck park and bar
One of our favorites. Do yourself a favor and get the scored flounder. The side bar/patio is our favorite spot and takes walk-ins.
Best pizza downtown with slices the size of your face.
What ice-cream dreams are made of.
One of Savannah's oldest dive bars, located right next to the Desoto Hotel. Grab a drink and stroll around the squares (No Open Container Law Downtown). Fun fact: Pinkie Masters was frequented by President Jimmy Carter during his tenure as Senator.
Speak easy lounge in the back of an alley with great vibes + cocktails.
New riverfront district filled with places to eat, drink, and be merry.
A great spot to grab a drink on the roof-top bar and watch container ships float down the Savannah River.
Roof-top bar with scenic views of the city, right down the street from the Desoto hotel.
If wanting to venture out of downtown Savannah, the Wyld is an outdoor dock bar with great apps and cocktails. Great place to cut the heat overlooking some of the rivers and creeks Casey grew up on.
Late night spot. Get your karaoke game face on.
Wormsloe is a great place to check out some of the beautiful live oak trees covered in spanish moss for which Savannah is so famous. After your stroll through Wormsloe, be sure to check out the Bluff on Isle of Hope to see some of the most beautiful waterfront homes that Savannah has to offer.
If you are in the mood to catch some rays on the beach, Tybee Island is about a 30 minute ride from the Desoto Hotel.
Fort Pulaski National Monument is the perfect destination for a history buff or nature lover. The fort remains an outdoor exhibit, while the surrounding area offers guided tours, an indoor museum and many trails on which you can go for a bike ride or a long walk.
Stroll through Savannah's largest and oldest 30 acre park right in the middle of the historic district.