Day One: The Florence & Topdeck
Our first night in Savannah we ate at a Italian restaurant called The Florence and the menu consisted of traditional dishes in Florence. Of course we had to try some pasta and it was delicious!! After dinner we headed over to Topdeck bar and had drinks on a rooftop lounge overlooking Savannah. I have to say it was a perfect little first day.
Day Two: The Collins Quarter & Forsyth Park & The Paris Market & The Mansion Bar
Now day two we walked over to The Collins Quarter to eat breakfast and it was pretty much freezing on our walk there but we made it. The food there was de-lish-ous!!!!After breakfast we made our way to Forsyth Park but had to stop along the way to take pictures of all the beautiful Savannah trees, it’s like there’s a park on every street with benches, flowers and I loved it. Forsyth Park had everything and it was a pretty big park, I believe during the summer they have mini concerts there and there are little cafe’s as well. The we wanted to check out The Paris Market where they had macaroons and cute little trinkets all over the store. We then went to walk down River street where you can walk, shop and eat along the river. Once the sun went down we decided to eat at The grey and the lighting was horrible there so I couldn’t take a picture of my food but it was probably one of the best meals I had in Savannah. After dinner we headed over to The Mansion on Forsyth Park to have a drink and we were surprised to find live music and the ambiance was just what we wanted and my sister and I danced and sang our way into her 15th birthday.
Day Three: Sightseeing & Birthday Photoshoot
Our third day we ate macaroons for breakfast and bagel and found a little antique store where we found a few gems After breakfast we went home for a nap because we were walking all day on the second day. After our nap we headed over to Forsyth Park to have a mini photoshoot for my sister’s birthday. Later we had dinner at The olde Pink but it was literally only lit up by candles so once again our food was not able to come out in our pictures but it was delicious and so different eating in this super old restaurant.
Day Four: B And D Burgers & Byrd’s
The fourth day was our last day and the weather was amazing, we were pretty bummed out we were leaving the day the sun and wind decide to be perfect. For breakfast we actually went to starbucks and just ordered bagels and matcha tea because we weren’t that hungry. We ate at B and D Burgers while a band played country music and I loved every second of it! We shared some nachos and they were so good! Everything about this burger joint was so country I would definitely come back. After this we headed over to the airport and went home. Oh, I also found these beautiful pieces of jewels from a random little boutique that were handmade. I love little shops like this one (it’s name was Sparkle).