Discover Savannah Ga

Guests of Hamilton-Turner Inn will feel Southern hospitality no matter what they do in and around the Savannah Historic District. Our Savannah GA, bed and breakfast sits on beautiful Lafayette Square, steeped in history and enveloped by romance and relaxation. We offer guests luxury accommodations, friendly service and convenience to the treasures and rich history of our city. From its unparalleled Southern dining and antique shopping to the historic museums and ornate cathedrals, the city promises a true Georgia experience.

Tastiest Restaurants for Savannah, GA Dining

Hamilton-Turner Inn serves one of the best breakfasts in Savannah in its elegant Dining Room. Enjoy hearty culinary treats while views of historic Lafayette Square encompass you. Our chef prepares everything from pulled pork biscuit served with tomato jam and Peach Praline French toast with real whipped cream while ensuring the freshest and finest ingredients are used. We also bake fresh pastries each day.
For lunch, dinner and cocktails, our bed and breakfast is within walking distance to a number of exceptional restaurants in and around the historic district. Get a taste of the South at:

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The Grey

Occupying a 1938 art deco Greyhound Bus Terminal that they painstakingly restored to its original luster, The Grey offers a food, wine and service experience that is simultaneously familiar and elevated.

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Husk (Coming Soon)

Coming to Savannah Early 2017!

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The Olde Pink House

A popular dining spot in Savannah, The Olde Pink House is the city’s only 18th century mansion and offers live entertainment nightly. The Olde Pink House was designed by Thomas Jefferson and his brothers. It is also where the first public reading of the Declaration of Independence took place. A historic and beautiful place with exquisitely decorated rooms, The Olde Pink House offers inspired Southern cuisine in a breathtaking colonial mansion.

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Cotton and Rye

Fusing modern techniques with traditional arts like sausage and pâté making, breads from scratch, and grinding our own meat for burgers, we embrace the rich past of our craft while carving our own history with a unique blend of flavorful offerings.

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Circa 1875

Circa 1875 is Savannah’s unpretentious Parisian bistro and pub where one can enjoy delicious French cuisine served with excellence in an authentic old world bistro setting.

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Collin’s Quarter

The Collins Quarter opened in 2014, and brings Australia’s café capital to Savannah. Styled after Melbourne’s historic Collins Street

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Noble Fare

If you’re looking for an intimate and quiet place to dine, then the Noble Fare is an excellent choice. The Noble Fare offers a dark, elegant setting like that of a chateau dining room. It is nestled near the city’s beautiful parks, cultural venues, and art galleries. Local Southern cuisine with a historic charm, the Noble Fare is a go to place for that romantic night out.

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A.Lure is in the heart of the historic district and its contemporary approach to classic southern recipes compliments the rustic, modern atmosphere you’ll find there. With a combination of low-country gourmet, fresh seafood, and a farm-to-table, a.lure puts a delightful twist to traditional southern and seafood dishes while providing a unique dining experience in downtown Savannah.

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Mrs. Wilkes

The menu changes daily at 107 West Jones St. Large tables for 10 are shared by friends and strangers alike as they enjoy old-time family-style dining.

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Elizabeth’s on 37th

Elizabeth’s is a great opportunity to experience some of the finest dining on the outskirts downtown. A 1900s Southern mansion, Elizabeth’s is the perfect place for fresh coastal seafood and local produce. The restaurant also grows its own herbs and edible flowers. Elizabeth’s has a breathtaking atmosphere and is located in the historic midtown district. You will discover here an unparallelled culinary experience which reflects the South’s rich heritage.

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Leopold’s Ice Cream

Leopold’s Ice Cream open since 1918 with the original, secret ice cream recipes.

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Alligator Soul

A local restaurant is known for organic, fresh, natural, dayboat, local and regional fare with additional emphasis placed on humanely treated animals; starting with our organic made cocktails through to our pastry chef’s in house made desserts.