It’s a known fact: Savannahians love their brunch. So much so, we actually passed a “Brunch Bill” moving Sunday alcohol sales up from 12:30pm to 11am. Once you take a look at all Savannah has to offer for that scrumptious meal between breakfast and lunch, you’ll thank us.
Here are the best places for brunch in downtown Savannah:
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A must-have for brunch lovers! The coffee menu alone boasts a second visit but paired up with an Australian-inspired menu and you can see why it takes the number one brunch spot on our list.
2. B. Matthews
A southern staple restaurant located on Bay street, B. Matthews is best known for their famous shrimp & grits. If you’re looking for a southern brunch experience, this may just be the place for you. Click here to view all of our rentals within walking distance of Bay Street.
A diverse menu filled with quirky classics and items entirely their own. There is one thing we know for sure-- you will never walk out of this brunch spot hungry. Two thumbs up for their pet-friendly outdoor seating and pet breakfast menu!! Click here for a complete list of our pet-friendly rentals.
4. Fox & Fig
Plant-based diet, loved by carnivores and omnivores alike. Their menu is sure to satisfy even the biggest meat eaters around. Kill two birds with one stone - this spot is located within just steps from the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist.
Looking for some brunch to grab on your way out? This express eatery has been whipping up breakfast that hits the spot since 1986. Whether it's an egg croissant or Belgian waffle, they are sure to have something for everybody.
6. Clary’s Cafe
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A Savannah staple, Clary’s cafe is a southern style gem located off the beaten path, but in close proximity to Forsyth Park. The best seller, “Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil” put this Savannah diner on the map. Click here to view all of our rentals near Forsyth Park.
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This eclectic cafe fuses old New York with the taste of the South. Book this entire space for wedding parties, corporate events, or any group gathering. View our complete list of Savannah wedding venues.
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Vintage, modern diner setting with a focus on Asian-inspired breakfast? I mean, it doesn’t get any cooler than that. Besides the fact that this brunch spot is located right on Ellis square. Start your day off at the Duck and explore from there.
9. Ordinary Pub
Two words: bottomless mimosas. If you're looking to get your adult brunch on, this is the spot for you. Located downstairs off of Broughton street this industrial vibe is just what you need for the start of a Savannah Saturday. View all of our rentals near Broughton Street.
A colorful family-friendly setting earns its name as one of Savannah’s funkiest spots, and rightfully so. Build your own pancakes is an interactive way to get your kiddos to finish their whole plate. View some of our favorite rentals for families.
11. Big Bon Bodega
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New to the Savannah scene, Big Bon Bodega whips up fresh-wood fired bagels every morning. This hip new brunch spot is located in Savannah’s up and coming neighborhood, The Starland District. Artsy and thriving, you’ll find something to do and see on every corner. Search our vacation rentals near the Starland District.
12. Gryphon Tea Room
Okay, can we make high tea at noon a thing! This SCAD-owned brunch spot looks straight out of a Harry Potter scene. Historic-pharmacy-turned-restaurant, the interiors alone will have you coming back for seconds. Perfect for big groups, bachelorette parties, baby showers, you name it. View large rentals perfect for groups of 6 or more.