Savannah's Most Beauteous Brunch Scene
From Southern-style comfort food to worldly, innovative cuisine, brunches in Savannah are taken very seriously. You’ll see what I mean after dining at one of these five fabulous brunch spots.
Pacci Italian Kitchen
Pacci Italian Kitchen uses age old techniques to create soulful and sophisticated Italian-inspired dishes. Local, seasonal ingredients are used to create simple brunches with bold flavors, like the rich and indulgent Lemon Ricotta Pancakes. Pacci’s interior serves as the backdrop for a picture perfect brunch – It’s bright and spacious like a classic Italian kitchen, but boasts contemporary touches like sleek tabletops and abstract art.
Little Duck Diner
This vintage chic diner is the newest addition to Savannah’s brunch repertoire. Little Duck Diner serves up classic diner food with a modern twist, and plenty of menu items are influenced by the owners’ Asian heritage. Here, you can brunch on anything from breakfast staples like French toast to unexpected dishes like omelets with Laos-style pork sausage. Bonus: All of Little Duck Diner’s brunch cocktails are garnished with a tiny rubber ducky! It’s safe to say a food photo at this diner is totally Instagram-worthy.
Collins Quarter is Melbourne-inspired café classy enough for brunch with your mother-in-law, but laid-back enough for your favorite sneakers. Inside, Collins Quarter is light and airy with exposed brick, white marble countertops and bright, red leather seating. Start your meal with a playful espresso drink, like the Spiced Lavender Mocha or the Madascar Vanilla Latte. And brunchers, you’ve been warned: Show up hungry! With innovative dishes like the Harissa Lamb Burger and Brioche French Toast, you’ll want to eat every bite.
Soho South Café
This quirky brunch spot is a Pinterest-lover’s fantasy – think delightfully mismatched furniture, rustic steel windows, and vibrant, lush greenery. Soho South Café is the ultimate spot to treat yourself to comfort food favorites like the Chicken Fried Chicken, the Fried Green Tomato Sandwich, and Chicken & Waffles. Eclectic, relaxed, yet totally chic, Soho South Café is also a popular spot for Savannah weddings.
The Public Kitchen & Bar
Dine in the heart of downtown Savannah at this Liberty Street eatery. The Public Kitchen & Bar has a simple and stripped down brunch menu with items you crave, like hearty egg and cheese sandwiches and a perfectly carby brunch hash. The Public Kitchen & Bar is the perfect brunch spot for those who stayed up a wee bit too late on Saturday night – bachelorette parties, I’m looking at you!