Food is critical to the success of a vacation or trip. Great food can tip the scales for a place you want to come back to time and time again and bad food can sour an experience, making you less likely to return. Luckily for Savannah, great food is found everywhere you go. One of the most popular meals is brunch because you can choose to use it as a rest before partying or start the partying early.
At South Key Management, we love hitting up the local spots for a good weekend brunch option. Here are a few of our favorites.
The Collins Quarter is well known for their unique coffee drinks and food options. The restaurants are inspired by Collins Street in Melbourne, Australia. At Collins Quarter you will experience specialty coffee paired with innovative cuisine in a casual atmosphere. Enjoy dishes like Bananas Foster French toast, Swine Time Beni (French toast with pulled pork and poached eggs), or short rib hash.
Collins Quarter has two locations to choose from.
Location: Downtown - 151 Bull Street, Savannah, GA and Forsyth Park - 621 Drayton Street, Savannah, GA
Brunch Hours: Brunch all day (Downtown), Saturday and Sunday 8am-3pm (Forsyth Park)
Are you looking for breakfast at a non-breakfast time of day? If you are, The Ordinary Pub is the only place you can go to for that evening pancake craving. They feature twits on popular brunch dishes like morning mac n cheese, pork belly donut sliders, and cold brew cocktails.
Pay close attention to the address – the single door to the basement gastropub at the bottom of the original Sears & Roebuck building can be hard to find if you aren’t looking for it.
Location: 217 1/2 West Broughton St., Savannah, GA
Brunch Hours: All day
If you are in the mood for a good meal in a unique space with an equally unique food and cocktail menu (that is not breakfast specific), head to Treylor Park in Savannah. One of three locations in Georgia, Treylor Park provides an extensive food and beverage menu in addition to great music. We like the PB&J chicken wings, low country flat bread, grilled apple pie with chicken sandwich, and chicken and pancake tacos.
Location: 115 East Bay Street, Savannah, GA
Brunch Hours: Regular business hours (Weekdays: 11am-1am, Weekends: 10am-1am)
Mirabelle Café serves liège waffles, a standard street food item in Belgium. At Mirabelle, the waffles are true to the Belgium style with their brioche texture and sweet toppings. Choose from a variety of waffles like peach cobbler, lemon zinger, fluffernutter, and even a classic liège. They also serve coffee and tea.
Location: 313 Abercorn Street, Savannah, GA
Brunch Hours: Mon – Thurs 8am-4pm and Fri-Sun 8am-5pm
Located on the corner of East Bay and Habersham, B. Matthew’s Eatery is a deli turned full-service eatery. Their menu features a mix of traditional and new Southern dishes. A few items that look good are the shrimp avocado toast, fried green tomato and crab cake benny, and the chicken and biscuit. They also have a variety of salads, sandwiches, and drinks on the brunch menu.
Location: 325 East Bay Street, Savannah, GA
Brunch Hours: Mon – Sun 8am – 3pm
There is no shortage of delicious food options to try in Savannah. Check out our other recommendations here for brunch, lunch, dinner, and drinks. Planning a trip to Savannah? Check out South Key Management to find accommodations. South Key Management – the key to your Southern Comfort!