In the Mood for Good Food?
After months of take-out or cooking at home, Southerners are hungry for getting out and dining in. As restaurants are beginning to reopen in this region, South is excited to welcome back two of Savannah's favorites.
Many restaurants took a major hit when COVID-19 hit the South and were especially affected as states across the U.S. issued the shelter-in-place ordinance. Now, almost two months later, Georgia is opening back. South is excited to welcome these two great restaurants to the growing list of open establishments in Savannah, Georgia. Time to get out of the kitchen and treat yourself to a welcome-back dinner.
Jazz'd Tapas Bar
This Savannah favorite, Jazz'd Tapas Bar, is reopening TONIGHT! Guests can once again enjoy dining in and ordering from their famous tapas menu. Jazz'd will be open Wednesday through Sunday from 4-10 p.m. and open until 12 a.m. on Friday and Saturday evenings. Owner Brian Curry is excited to reopen and says he is looking forward to capturing the magic of the Savannah dining scene once again. Jazz'd has also signed the Savannah Safe Pledge, assuring your dining experience is not only delicious but sanitary as well. No reservations needed, just head on down the stairway to dining heaven and enjoy some of the best tapas you've ever had and don't forget their legendary crafted cocktails and martinis.
a.Lure Restaurant is open and bringing back the tastes of the low-country to its diners! Serving guests six days a week Tuesday through Sunday from 12-8 p.m., you can dine-in or use their carry-out services for lunch and dinner. Their menu, featuring one of our favorites, the tuna tacos, is one that is sure to please those Southern tastebuds. Owner Daniel Berman is especially thrilled to be reopened and wants to assure all diners that the restaurant has taken extra precautions in remaining safe by signing the Savannah Safe Pledge. Catch their happy-hour with from 3-7 p.m. with half-off glasses of wine, $2-off cocktails and $5 beers. Reserve your table now by clicking here. Also, check out their newest sister restaurant in Skidway, Village Bar and Grill.
photo courtesy of a.lure restaurant
The Tuna tacos at a.Lure "are to die for" says General Manager Mary-Elizabeth Molitoris.
South magazine encourages readers to get out and safely support your favorite restaurants. If you are business that has not taken the Safe Pledge, go to savannahsafe.com/pledge (South has taken the pledge) so join in and lets make Savannah the safest city in the South.