Outdoor Dining in Savannah

As we say goodbye to the last chilly days of the year, Savannah is already moving to outdoor dining. This city is made for enjoying the sunshine and fresh air while partaking in a great meal. It’s no wonder we have so many great options. 

The Collins Quarter (Bull Street)

 

 
 
 
 
 
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With their diverse menu and extremely impressive selection of unique wines and thoughtful coffee drinks, The Collins Quarter is a Savannah treasure. Nestled on the corner of Bull and Oglethorpe, sidewalk dining at the Collins Quarter offers a great opportunity to watch the city unfold around you. Dogs are welcome on the patio, which means your four-legged family members can get in on the experience, too. 

The Collins Quarter (Forsyth Park)

 

 
 
 
 
 
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After the success of the first Collins Quarter on Bull Street, they quickly expanded into an existing building in the middle of Savannah’s iconic Forsyth Park. Their spacious patio and year-round views of one of the most famous parks in the country make this a personal favorite of mine. 

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The Olde Pink House

 

 
 
 
 
 
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The Olde Pink House is as iconic to Savannah as the waving girl statue. With the building’s rich history and the restaurant’s incredible menu and curated wine list, The Olde Pink House is truly a must for anyone looking for an authentic Savannah dining experience. Their patio offers diners views of Reynolds Square under the glow of the Savannah moonlight. 

Vic’s on the River

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Head north toward the Savannah River, and you’ll find Vic’s on the River. Boasting some of the city’s best seafood dishes, Vic’s offers impressive indoor and outdoor dining. Seasonal produce accompany the day’s fresh catch for a menu that is always evolving. 

La Scala Ristorante

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Finally, head south to 37th Street and you’ll find La Scala Ristorante. While they offer an impressive and eclectic menu, you simply cannot beat the experience of enjoying their oysters on the patio. Live music sets the mood as you soak up a delicious Savannah evening with some of the best oysters in town. 

If visiting our city has you dreaming of calling Savannah your new home, I would be happy to show you around our city and help you find the home that perfectly suits your unique lifestyle.