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Savannah’s Best Brunch Spots

Posted by seaport on July 28, 2017
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Weekend brunch is long standing tradition in Savannah among friends and family, and we are lucky enough to have several fantastic brunch spots to choose from. Whether you are looking for classic southern fare, fresh and healthy options, or the best bottomless mimosas, this list has you covered.

1. The Collins Quarter Bar

Located on the corner of Oglethorpe and Bull St, The Collins Quarter Bar offers indoor and outdoor seating in a cafe inspired atmosphere. Choose from one of their unique coffee selections like the Spiced Lavender Mocha, or seasonal mimosas. The Collins Quarter Bar’s brunch menu is both decadent and fresh with Australian influences. Popular options include the Avocado Smash (the best avocado toast you have ever had!), or the “# Tag This Hash” (braised post roast on top of potato hash cakes with avocado and egg).

2. The Ordinary Pub

With a tagline like “A gastropub with a serious brunch problem,” you know that The Ordinary Pub deserves a spot on this list. The Ordinary serves brunch 7 days a week, with bottomless mimosas from 10:00 am – 4:00 pm! Located off Broughton Street in Downtown Savannah, The Ordinary Pub gets crowded quickly on the weekends, so get there early! Some of our favorite brunch options (with are NOT ordinary), include the “Loaded Fritter Tots,” the “Brunch Burger,” and the “Mac & Cheese in the Morning.” You will need to bring your appetite to this one!

3. B.Matthew’s Eatery

B.Matthew’s is a gorgeous bistro on Bay Street in Savannah’s Historic District, that serves brunch on Saturdays and Sundays. B.Matthew’s is a local favorite with an enjoyable ambiance and views. Whether you want a hearty breakfast before a day of shopping or classic southern fare, B.Matthew’s has you covered. ¬†We loved the “Fried Green Tomato Benedict” and the “Shrimp & Grits.”

4. Tubby’s Tank House – Thunderbolt

Tubby’s Tank House is located in Historic Thunderbolt and a true local hangout. Tubby’s is praised for offering the freshest seafood available, and offers weekend brunch with specialties like “Shrimp and Stone Ground Grits” and bottomless mimosas with great views of the water.

5. Soho South Cafe

Soho South Cafe is a Savannah’s brunch staple. Located in an old automotive service station on Liberty Street in Savannah’s Historic District, the quirky and eclectic interior creates a warm and inviting casual dining experience. Soho South offers a full bar menu with unique craft cocktails and southern classics with a twist. This is the perfect place to start your day before exploring Downtown Savannah.

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