Fine Dining

The Grey 

Bicycle* $$$ 109 MLK Jr. Blvd. Savannah, GA    912.662.5999 

The Grey features an eclectic fusion of Southern and Italian food and the restaurant itself is a beautifully renovated Greyhound bus depot from the 1935! The landmark space has tons of beautifully preserved and restored art deco features and their cocktail program is one of the best in town. Ask the bartenders for the classics if you decide to go off the menu! 

Local 11 Ten 

*Walkable* $$$ 1110 Bull St. Savannah, GA    912.790.9000 

Local 11 Ten’s dinner menu is rich in locally sourced ingredients, and their beautiful bar boasts some of the best classic and classically inspired cocktails in town (try the barrel aged Inverted Manhattan!) You can also dine or enjoy a drink under the stars at Perch, their rooftop patio. 


Elizabeth on 37th 

*Walkable* $$$$   105 East 37th St. Savannah, GA    912.236.5547 

Elizabeth on 37th has been a fixture of Savannah’s fine dining scene since it opened in 1981. Savannah is famous for its hospitality (it earned the nickname “The Hostess City” for good reason), and Elizabeth has arguably the best service in town. The menu is understated and classic and utilizes fresh coastal seafood, local produce and herbs and edible flowers from the restaurant’s own garden. 


The Olde Pink House 

*Bicycle/Drive* $$$ 23 Abercorn Street Savannah, GA    912.232.4286 

Savannah’s most famous fine dining establishment since 1992. The Olde Pink House is located in a 16,000 square foot Colonial mansion built in 1771, as the Habersham House. James Habersham Jr., lived there until 1800, it operated as a bank and the Union headquarters during the Civil War.  It is quintessentially Southern both in its decor and its cuisine, and is famous for its impeccable service. Incidentally, it is also rumored to be haunted and has some fascinating history. Ask anyone who works there, they can tell you!  Preservationist Alida Harper Fowlkes operated The Georgian Tea Room in the basement of this house back in 1929.