The Mansion on Forsyth is a one-of-a-kind experience filled with historic charm, incredible atmosphere and great food, perfect for both the new explorer or the seasoned local.
Nestled beside historic Forsyth Park, the Mansion sits at the perfect location for exploring the city. Whether you're new to the city or a bonafide native, the Mansion has something for everybody. Their restaurant 700 Drayton serves up classic Southern recipes and delicious seafood dishes for breakfast, lunch and dinner — including their decadent Sunday brunch. 700 Drayton also offers cooking classes taught by talended, experienced chefs. In addition, the Bösendorfer Lounge serves cocktails and small bites alongside a real Bösendorfer piano. A marble-framed pool behind the lobby provides a stunning backdrop to any event, while the Poseidan Spa offers massages, facials and body treatments — the perfect way to destress and unwind. The Mansion features more than 400 original pieces of art, sculpture, ceramics and decor steeped in history, curated by the CEO of the Kessler Collection, Richard Kessler, also a native Savannahian. His gallery features many local and up-and-coming artists with a story behind each piece.
When children get to the end of cancer treatment, ringing the bell to signify its end is perhaps the most joyous celebration of their lives. That wasn’t necessarily the case with 13-year-old Lily Stuckey. For her, ringing the bell after two and a half years of harsh treatment was a mixture of joy and sadness.
Supporting the Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Coastal Empire, Savannah's Gourmet Seafood and Spirits Festival continued with stunning views accompanied classic Savannah vibes at this unique opportunity to see the skyline from the river.
Since we missed Derby Day earlier this year - Savannah's Gourmet Seafood and Spirits Festival recreated it with distancing and fresh air top of mind! Under the terraces of the Perry Lane, Woodford Reserve Mint Juleps were served with traditional derby cuisine and music to match.