Savannah has always been a great travel destination! The city was once again voted by Travel & Leisure as one of America’s Favorite Cities . This report ranks the city in multiple categories including food, nightlife, history and things to do by both residents and visitors. Lonely Planet voted Savannah one of the 10 places to go in the US in 2011. Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Travel Channel voted Savannah one of the sweetest places to travel for a romantic get-away. We talked about the great and diverse places to eat in Savannah in an earlier blog post . Savannah always has had a reputation for great food! Starting on January 27th thru February 5th, you can share in the culinary delights that some of the great restaurants in the city has to offer. This Friday kicks off Restaurant Week in Savannah, presented by the Savannah Morning News . Each participating restaurant will offer a special 3-course prix fixe dinner menu for only $30 per person (not including tax and tip). Reservations are recommended for this popular event as tables fill up fast! Diners can taste the variety of food offered in Savannah from southern cooking to seafood to French cuisine.
There are many varieties of styles of food in the restaurants participating in this year’s event. The menus offer the best of what Savannah restaurants have to offer! The list of restaurants include: Vic’s on the River , The Olde Pink House, B Matthews , Boar’s Head Grill and Tavern, 700 Drayton , Garibaldi, Brasserie 529 , Wright Square Café , Rocks on the River , Alligator Soul , 17 Hundred 90 Inn , Chart House , River House Seafood, Ruth Chris Steak House , The Mirage , Aqua Star , The Melting Pot , and Belfords.
The weather has been great so far this winter, so there is no excuse not get out and celebrate the fine dining in Savannah! Bon appetite!! Get out and enjoy what Savannah has to offer!