Daily live entertainment bolsters Bayou Cafe's menu of classic Cajun cuisine, such as jambalaya and po boy sandwiches, adorned with fresh, locally sourced seafood or spicy sausage and chicken. Diners can perch at the fully stocked bar and tap toes or phone lines to the beat of live blues and Southern rock music, which takes the stage nightly. Billiards, darts, and video games entertain guests between drinks. Exposed brick walls surround tables in the dining room, and an outdoor patio overlooks Savannah's historic, bustling River Street and its namesake waterway. The kitchen dishes up Southern-style morsels until the wee hours, allowing for late-night revelry and successfully executed surprise parties for pet owls.
Bicycle Link's biking gurus equip cyclists with the appropriate gear, bikes, and advice to conquer various terrains in style. Bikers can keep their palms protected and fingers safe from creeping numbness with Bontrager gloves ($20–$35+) and don Solstice helmets to protect their heads from high-impact falls and weather balloons with vertigo ($49.95). Beach cruisers are available for rent for a full day ($20) or three-day span ($40), and come with helmets and combination locks to ensure safety and security. A line of Bontrager cycling computers charts time, distance, and the number of attempts it takes to jump across a shark tank ($30–$70). Two-wheelers with misbehaving brakes can have their reticent tire stoppers adjusted for $15 and up, not including parts. Bicycle Link also fuels the local cycling community with regular group rides and nearby-event listings.
Using a wide selection of hard-to-find, upscale beauty products, the bartenders at See Jane's beauty bar will conjure an apothecary concoction suited to your face's type and slather it onto your flesh-emoticon while you bliss out amid the spa's laid-back, chic atmosphere. Battered bods, meanwhile, can de-stress while a licensed massage therapist untorques tension and melts muscle butter with a luxuriant massage tailored to your aches, pains, and dorsal fins.
The Savannah Walks leads newcomers and locals alike through the shadowy, moss-laden squares of Savannah’s historic colonial district during informative guided tours. Each outing provides a unique twist on the city and its unmistakable charm, covering topics such as Savannah during the Civil War, historic fine homes, majestic gates and gardens, and local pubs. Tour guides all boast scholastic bona fides, including among them three published authors and three college professors. The Savannah Walks easily accommodates school groups, civic organizations, corporations, celebrities, and animals standing on each other's shoulders under an overcoat.
At The Clothing Warehouse, patrons peruse a treasure trove of authentic vintage clothing dating back to the 1940s. An array of dresses ($28.95–$58.95) from the 1990s and earlier clothe wearers in floral, floor-length, and cocktail styles. Step into a pair of cowboy boots ($48.95+) to gain the respect of nearby horses or don a soft vintage T-shirt ($12.95–$22.95) to send a stern message that at least one person still remembers The Snorks. Patrons can also opt to passive-aggressively ignore the sun with a pair of sunglasses ($14.95), available in more than 100 light-lessening varieties.