Make Way! Top 5 Best New Restaurants
Out with the old and in with the new. the south doesn’t play around when it comes to food. if it ain’t good, we won’t keep it. to show some of our new favorites some love, here are the top five best new restaurants that are serving up culinary delights.
1. The Atlantic, atlanticsavannah.com
As a laid-back neighborhood eatery, The Atlantic revived an old filling station to create a warm and lively restaurant. This intimate space provides a comfortable setting for first-timers and regulars alike. When seated, everything on the menu will make your stomach grumble yearning for food.
2. Little Duck Diner, littleduckdiner.com
This “vintage chic diner” is known for sending out all sorts of sweet vibes. Grab a plate full of chicken and waffles and treat it with a Lavender Bubble Bath Bellini complete with joyous yellow rubber ducky bobbing on the surface. Full of southern and retro charm, Little Duck Diner will bring your youth back to play and have you waddling back for more.
3. Fitzroy, thefitzroysavannah.com
Fitzroy is highlighting pub food with a twist. With a few bumps in the road to getting business started, the owner Anthony Debreceny, powered through. Bringing a popular brunch chef, Jesse McTavish back to the United States from Australia, he helped Debreceny get this restaurant started and ready for business. You can enjoy the delicious Aussie Burger, Steak Frites, Potato Chip Nachos, and more while dining at Fitzroy.
4. East End Provisions, eastendsavannah.com
East End Provisions is a nouveau American restaurant new to the Savannah options of where to eat. With wood-fired dishes and eclectic wines and beers, this newly renovated eatery is an exquisite restaurant. Serving brunch, lunch, and dinner, you will always be welcome. The crab cakes, calamari, salmon, and other dishes will have you wanting more.
5. Fox and Fig Cafe, foxandfigcafe.com
Being a premier vegan cafe, Fox and Fig will not disappoint. This cafe offers plant-based selection of food and drinks. They also proudly serve with locals like Leopold’s Ice Cream and PERC Coffee. Have a sweet tooth? Fox and Fig has a case full of pastries and delicious desserts. With an all day-brunch menu, you can stop by for something tasty while still being plant-based and healthy.