The Late Bird Gets The Brunch. Top 5 Brunch Eateries



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We're sorry, did someone say brunch? Brunch in Savannah is like barbecue is to ribs. After a healthy fixin' of church on Sunday morning, you could bet the farm that you'll find a majority of Savannahians in a quaint brunch eatery right after. 

1. Goose Feathers, goosefeatherscafe.com

Want a one-of-a-kind, unexpected all day breakfast and lunch experience? Goose Feathers Cafe’s exclusive “Birds Nest,” containing a combination of grits, salsa, eggs, cilantro and shredded cheddar, will turn anyone into an all day breakfast lover.  Proudly serving Savannah and the Coastal Empire since 1986, dine in the aura of Greenwich Village mixed with West Bank in Paris.

 

2. J. Christopher’s,  jchristophers.com

Towering breakfast parfaits, blueberry crunchcakes, and an omelet named “Goddess” most certainly means that breakfast really is the most important meal of the day. After breakfast, head back over for the lunch menu and once again enjoy the neighborhood friendly atmosphere.

 

3. Debi’s Restaurant,  debisrestaurant.com

This hole-in-the-wall joint is classically Southern and a great pick for a Sunday brunch. Enjoy some chicken and waffles or the eggs Benedict, paired nicely with their classic sweet tea.

 

4. The Funky Brunch Cafe, thefunkybrunchcafe.com

Create your own memories and pancakes at the Funky Brunch Cafe with a fun dining experience complete with griddles built into the tables.

 

5. Cafe M, cafemsavannah.com

Step from the cobblestone streets of Savannah into a Parisian paradise and enjoy featured European goods and artwork. Find French delights polished off with a savory menu and paired with charming french decor at Cafe M.

 

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