About this Business
From Our Editors
Housed in a historic 119-year-old building, Savannah’s evokes the grandeur of the past with formal décor such as a marble fireplace and weathered-wood paneling. Tables covered in white linens populate with juicy steaks and seafood fillets that show flashes of French influence in their delicate wine and butter sauces and are complimented with fresh herbs from the restaurant's on-site greenhouse. The dinner menu makes the most of choice cuts, such as the 18-ounce bone-in ribeye and tender center-cut pork chops.