Savannah is the southern city of my dreams. Spanish moss dips down low from old trees, and flanks both colonial and Victorian styled homes. The city is incredibly romantic, you just want to get lost wandering the streets, eating seafood, and spending time with someone you love. We spent a blissful 36 hours in the city, exploring, and falling in love with everything about Savannah. Today, we’re gonna share where you should eat, play, and stay during your time in the city.
-We had an incredible stay at a bed and breakfast. It was old, historic, and a stones throw from Forsyth Park. We highly recommend it – you can book it here.my dress is sold out but shop similar here.
-You need to stop by Forsyth Park, and spend some time walking around the beautiful grounds, and past the picturesque fountain. shop my dress here, my shoes here, and my sunglasses here.
-Savannah has some of the most beautiful city squares in America. Go square by square, and just walk.
-Go to Chippewa Square and do your best Forest Gump impersonation.
-Head to Chocolat by Adam Turoni, and think of all the reasons why life is like a box of chocolates. my bracelets are from Lillian & Co – take 10% off your order with code BUCKETLIST.
-Have an all-American beach day at Tybee Island.my hat is from our shop!
-You have to go to The Collins Quarter. It’s one of the best restaurants we’ve been to. They have killer cocktails, incredible coffee (get the lavender mocha), and phenomenal food. The decor is incredible, and the service is great. We can’t recommend this place enough.
-The Olde Pink House is a Savannah institution, but we don’t recommend it – instead, go downstairs to The Planters Tavern, for the best ambiance, and best cocktails of your life. You’ll feel like you’re in an episode of The Vampire Diaries. The whole room is only lit with tall candles, and they have soft live music playing. It’s incredible.
-Head to the Savannah Seafood Shack for incredible, cheap seafood. They’ll give you gloves and a bib, and you’ll dig into a plastic bag of boiled buttery seafood.
-Grab coffee at The Foxy Loxy.
We have no doubt that you’ll love Savannah as much as we did. We hope our city guide helps you spend your time in the city even better.