Forsyth Park is one of the biggest and loveliest parks in Savannah. It's marked by a pretty fountain with paths strutting out towards the rest of the park. It's a great place to sit in a nearby bench to contemplate or go for a scenic run.
Mrs. Wilkes' Dining Room is a must-stop destination while traveling in Savannah. The queue is long and forms quickly, even before it opens so be sure you get here prior to 11 AM to get early seats. Also, it only opens from 11-2. Be prepared to sit in a dining table room setting with other diners. The...more
Chippewa Square is in the heart of the historic district of downtown Savannah. It is also the place where Forrest Gump sat at. The bench has been relocated to the Savannah History Museum, but one can sit at one of the many benches and watch the world idly go by. It's a lovely square....more
I walked into Soho South Cafe thinking it was going to be a typical cafe, but to my pleasant surprise, I discovered a cafe enclosed in a warehouse mixed in with a cool art gallery. The food is good, but you're really hear to look at all the neat artwork....more
Monterey Square is a lovely little public square located in the heart of the historic district of downtown Savannah. It's a nice place to walk around, especially with the surrounding spanish moss-covered trees.