Three Great Places to Brunch this Weekend in Savannah
Brunch has become necessity in the Savannah foodie scene, and the brunch game has been elevated at these three local and unique spots.
Collins Quarter at Forsyth
This summer, a new addition to the Savannah Foodie Scene opened on the historic grounds of Forsyth Park, serving delicious Aussie brunch and coffee. As the second Collins Quarter restaurant, this new spot in the middle of the park has some of the best outdoor seating in the city. With a similar menu to its sister restaurant, Collins Quarter Forsyth will satisfy any foodie yearning for a brunch full of fanciful flavor combinations. Their specialty toasts are a fan favorite, including the classic avocado toast and the more adventurous mushies on toast, which is topped with a mushroom medley. The Aussie faire brings new takes on classic dishes, like adding tempura pork belly to eggs benedict.
621 Drayton St • Savannah, GA • 912.298.6544 • thecollinsquarter.com
Treylor Park Hitch
The Treylor Park made a splash in Savannah’s ever-growing restaurant scene and especially with their anticipated arrival of Hitch, the second venture in the city. With a focus on fun flavor combinations, Hitch is sure to excite the taste buds. Their menu is minimal and emphasizes Hitch’s mission of “quality over quantity.” One of their most popular dishes is a twist on the classic chicken and waffles where Hitch ditches the waffle and switches it for perfectly griddled pancake taco shells and adds a spicy strawberry salsa. With rustic wood accented throughout the entire restaurant, the interior is inviting and reflects the southern influence that is riddled throughout their dishes. The menu centers around the idea of tried and true american classics with playful twists.
The Broughton Common
Self described as a “gastropub with a serious brunch problem,” The Ordinary Pub has swiftly become a Savannah Foodie staple for brunch with its enticing and unusual ingredients. With classic french training, the pub deliciously recreates classic pub food with amusing and absurd flavor combinations that peak any foodie’s interest. Now the pub has expanded down Broughton Street to a new and vibrant space, the Broughton Common. Because of the pandemic, Broughton Common only opens its doors on the weekend for all day brunch. They have many of the same favorites as the Ordinary Pub, like bottomless mimosas and local PERC Coffee cold brew cocktails. Their adventurous pairings with a classic pub flair give way to a deliciously perfect brunch.