Choose from Six Options
- $20 for admission to the World’s Largest Lowcountry Boil from 4:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m on Saturday, November 7 ($25 value)
This event celebrates the quintessential Savannah dish by providing attendees with big portions of the classic dish, complete with shrimp, sausage, potatoes, corn, Vidalia onions and garlic.
- $99 for admission to the Georgia Grown Trustees Wine Challenge Dinner, beginning at 6 p.m. on Monday, November 9 ($135 value)
The Georgia Grown Trustees Wine Challenge Dinner celebrates the state of Georgia’s centuries-old wine culture by featuring some of the finest in-state produced wines along with gourmet hors d’oeuvres.
- $159 for admission to the Celebrity Chef Tour at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, November 11 ($200 value)
Held at The Mansion at Forsyth Park, the Celebrity Chef Tour turns the spotlight on a number of well-known and James Beard Foundation-recognized chefs. The event is part of a national tour, and offers attendees the chance to enjoy an epic culinary experience.
- $59 for admission to the Secret Savannah Speakeasy from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. on Thursday, November 12 ($85 value)
The Secret Savannah Speakeasy pays homage to 1920’s speakeasy culture and is held in a secret location within the Georgia State Railroad Museum. The event features hand-crafted cocktails and craft beers, along with gourmet small plate tastings from top local chefs.
- $39 for admission to the River Street Stroll from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. on Friday, November 13 ($50 value)
Held at Rousakis Plaza, the River Street Stroll features hundreds of different wines, spirits and beers to sip and sample.
- $49 for admission to the Taste of Savannah from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, November 14 ($65 value)
As the main event of the Savannah Food & Wine Festival, the Taste of Savannah lives up to its reputation by turning the spotlight on top local restaurants, while also offering a number of attractions like the Stella Artois Beer Garden and the Artisan Market.
Savannah Food & Wine Festival
Four years ago, Taste of Savannah began celebrating the finest food, wine, and beer Georgia has to offer. The tradition continues at the Georgia State Railroad Museum, where more than two dozen local eateries set up shop to offer beer, wine, and spirits served in a souvenir leaded crystal wine glass. The event is hosted by the Tourism Leadership Council, a non-profit org that benefits educational opportunities for students in hospitality programs of study at colleges and universities in the Coastal Empire. The once one afternoon experience has expanded beyond that into the Savannah Food & Wine Festival. The River Street Stroll the night before winds its way through the hand-crafted cocktails of Savannah's First Avenue, and earlier in the week, the Celebrity Chef Tour features cooking demos by James Beard Foundation–recognized chefs from near and far. The whole thing is good for more than a night of fine dining and good times, as it raises money to support such charities as Bethesda Academy, the Savannah Harbor Foundation, West Broad Street YMCA, and it's own recently created foundation, the Coastal Hospitality Education Foundation.