Occupying a 1938 art deco Greyhound Bus Terminal painstakingly restored to its original luster, The Grey offers a simultaneously familiar and elevated experience. We recommend reservations if you'd like to sit in their dining room, but if you're just seeking a craft cocktail and a nibble, just pop into their diner bar.
The Collins Quarter
Our personal favorite brunch spot, The Collins Quarter brings Australia's cafe capitol to Savannah in a relaxing and casual environment.
Daren's favorite: The Collins Brisket Burger
Carlos' favorite: Smashed Avocado
The Public Kitchen & Bar
A great place for an afternoon cocktail and bite to eat. We like the mid-century modern design and potent craft cocktails.
A fun southern-grown, Italian-focused restaurant. Try one of their pizzas baked in an authentic Neapolitan oven.
Cotton & Rye
An approachable and unpretentious American restaurant influenced over time spent in New England, Southwest Florida, and the Deep South. This is the perfect spot for any of our guests looking to try low country fare with the familiarity of home.
The Vault Kitchen & Market
We like this former bank turned Asian fusion restaurant for it's delicious dishes at really affordable prices. They don't take reservations, so plan to have a drink while you wait or just sit at the former teller counter that now offers views into the kitchen.