Delicious Living in Savannah
If you are searching for where to retire in Georgia, look no further than the delicious town of Savannah! We found the creme de la creme of eateries that are certain to get your taste buds jumping. Savannah neighborhoods such as The Ford Plantation and The Landings employ top grade chefs from some of the best restaurants in the region. Hidden among master planned communities with terraces overlooking the Savannah River, our selection of best restaurants have the whole package; making Savannah, Georgia the new YUM!
The Ford Plantation is just outside of Savannah’s local dining scene. Many residents enjoy world class meals at ‘one of America's finest private club communities’. Seasonal events highlight the culture of the community with Low Country oyster roasts and barbecues. Enjoy fresh roasted oysters at the vintage Oyster House, or head into historic downtown Savannah to browse through Victorian style neighborhoods.
After a day touring through Savannah neighborhoods sink your teeth into the savory selections at Mrs Wilkes’ Dining Room. From a truly authentic experience to the friendliest of service, Mrs Wilkes’ Dining Room represents Southern dining at its finest. Visitors and residents alike line the streets of Historic Downtown for a chance to taste the homemade crispy fried chicken. Mrs Wilkes’ Dining Room incorporates family style dining and fills its tables with a large selection of soul food including: platters of fried chicken and cornbread dressing, sweet potato soufflé, black-eyed peas, okra, gumbo, corn muffins, biscuits and more!
Another gem in the heart of Savannah’s dining scene is The Pirate’s House, established in 1753. This one-of-a-kind restaurant is packed with as much history as it is good food! Ask for a pre-dinner tour and discover the rich history that ties Billy Bones and Captain Flint to the world famous pirate house. Sit down for an equally exciting meal of some of the best roasted oysters from Savannah waters. The Pirate’s House dessert selection is sure to top off one of the best meals in Georgia!
The great search for where to retire in Georgia begins with a memorable dining experience. Huey's On the River takes home the gold for great food and fantastic scenery in an upscale dining atmosphere. Huey’s ideal location offers diners an exquisite meal overlooking the Savannah River. Fried green tomatoes, spicy gumbo, and étouffée are just a few of the many mouthwatering Cajun dishes at Huey’s. Don’t forget to top the meal off with one of Huey's On the River’s famous beignets! If you prefer live music throughout your dining experience Vic's on the River is just next door featuring an outdoor patio, waterfront dining, and an impressive wine list.
Residents of Savannah neighborhoods know best when it comes to the local hotspots. The Landings on Savannah’s Skidaway Island serves gourmet specials at each of its four spectacular clubhouses. An evening outside of the master planned community begins with a perfect martini at The Mansion on Forsyth Park. Every third Wednesday of the month is Martinis at the Mansion where $5 goes a long way. A collection of martinis and appetizers are served with proceeds benefitting numerous charity organizations. For this reason Casmir’s Lounge at the Mansion is voted best martini’s in Savannah!
A good Southern meal nourishes the body and soul. Whether you prefer sophisticated waterfront dining or Southern comfort food in the center of downtown, Savannah’s master planned communities are just steps away from it all. If you are searching where to retire in Georgia, the highly acclaimed communities of The Ford Plantation and The Landings are just minutes away from historic downtown Savannah. Savannah’s infinite beauty, rich culture, and exquisite dining is why it has been voted one of the best places to retire in Georgia.
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