Do you want to learn more about Savannah's restaurants and storied history?
Then lace up your walking shoes and enjoy a three-hour First Square Food Tour that's offered by Savannah Taste Experience.
The company offers the best food tours in the city, and stops along the way include:
Molly MacPherson's is the only pub in Savannah that serves traditional Scottish fare. The owner named the restaurant after her great-grandmother who led a wayward life in Scotland in the mid-1800s. The restaurant takes pride in offering the largest selection of single malt scotch whisky on the East Coast, and it features a cozy dining room complete with exposed brick walls and Scottish decor. On the menu, guests find meals such as fish & chips, roasted thistle chicken, and lamb & rosemary pie.
Nestled downtown, Tondee's Tavern is located in a former 1850s bank building. It takes its name from one of the city's earliest and most successful taverns that operated between 1770 and 1785, and a legend claims that it was at this establishment where the Declaration of Independence was read aloud in Georgia for the first time. Some believe that the bank building is haunted, and guests can enjoy meals that include baby back ribs, barbecue bacon burgers, and stuffed flounder.
Pie Society is a traditional British bakery that is known for serving handmade savory British pies. It opened in 2013 and is owned by a mother and son duo who once called Staffordshire, England home. The bakers make the creations from fresh ingredients, and choices include steak & ale, chicken & thyme, and vegetable.
If you would like to call our apartments in Savannah, Georgia home, please contact us to schedule a tour.
"Home at its Most Elegant"