There Is Always Something Sweet in Savannah, GA

Savannah’s Candy Kitchen Savannah, GA

Stan “The Candy Man” Strickland

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tan “The Candy Man” Strickland has been whipping up delicious Southern confections for over 40 years with recipes handed down from his mother. Stan has expanded to have seven stores and two franchise locations, but you can still visit the original four-store-wide candy store, sample fresh Pralines and watch Salt Water Taffy made on the 100+-year-old taffy machine!


IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD

“Savannah is full of historic charm, haunted histories, to-go drinks (Yes, they let you take your drink on the street!) and of course down-home Southern cooking.”

Savannah’s Candy Kitchen – “Great for bringing out your inner child.”

B’s Cracklin BBQ

Back in The Day Bakery – “Freshly baked bread and baked goods, made-to-order sandwiches and salads that are overflowing.”

Zunzi’s Takeout and Catering – “South African cuisine has found its home in Savannah – don’t leave without trying the home-made African sausage.”

Cotton & Rye

Mrs. Wilkes – “Family-style dining with a menu that changes daily – don’t let the line deter you!”

Green Truck Pub

The Vault Kitchen and Market



WEEKEND EATS

“Weekends in Savannah are perfect for lazy brunches with friends and walks throughout the historic district.”

Crystal Beer Parlor

45 Bistro

Chive Seabar & Lounge

Treylor Park – “A menu of unique flavor combinations that you’d never expect to see – Chicken and Pancake Tacos and PB&J Chicken Wings are just the start.”

B. Matthew’s Eatery – “Locally sourced ingredients come together to make delicious Fried Green Tomato Benedict and Mushroom and Goat Cheese Ravioli.”

Local 11 Ten

Huey’s on the River – “A front row view of the Savannah River with a taste of New Orleans.”

Garibaldi Cafe – “Fabulous ambiance, staff, drinks, and a menu with something for everyone.”



DESTINATION DINING

“Savannah is a destination for many but is also home to people from all over the world and many walks of life and that can be seen influencing our restaurants.”

Elizabeth on 37th

The Wyld  – “Dine right on the marsh and toss your oyster shells right over the edge of the patio!”

The Grey – “In a converted Greyhound bus terminal, The Grey and Chef Mashama Bailey never fail to please.”

The Alley Cat Lounge – “Off the beaten path, this bar boasts a newspaper drink menu twenty pages long.”

Alligator Soul

Circa 1875

Frali Gourmet – “An authentic Italian restaurant open for lunch – you can even buy their home-made pasta and pasta sauce to take home with you.”

17 Hundred 90

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