Weekly Dinner Round Up
We just keep bringin' 'em to ya! We've got a new trio of absolute staples to the food culture of downtown Savannah. So let's dive in, because I'm excited about the line up we have for this week. Make a dinner reservation, show up without notice, make date night every night for the rest of the week, just have fun in the most gorgeous season Savannah has.
The Ordinary Pub
The Ordinary Pub is the hidden gem of Savannah’s culinary scene. Located in the basement of 217 W Broughton Street, this locally owned & operated neighborhood pub offers anything but an ordinary experience. Owner Mike Vaudrin and Executive Chef Zach Starr take extreme pride in continuing to push the boundaries with their unique gastropub dinner service, full weekend brunch with bottomless prosecco mimosas, house crafted cocktails & beer pairings. The Ordinary Pub’s ‘re-imagined pub fare’ is a high-brow culinary experience wrapped in a neighborhood pub atmosphere. The Ordinary Pub continues to exceed patrons expectations by breaking the mold of traditional pub fare.
It’s the perfect mixture of diverse cuisine, a large selection of wines, and soul-soothing piano music. Billy’s Place Restaurant is sure to delight your taste buds and your ears. Some of the menu favorites are the crab cakes, seafood casserole, and the cowboy ribeye. Inside you’ll be wined and dined whether it’s date night or you just want to treat yourself to a great meal with great ambiance. Billy’s Place, which sits above McDonough’s Restaurant and Lounge, offers live piano music by Nancy Witt Thursday through Saturday from 6 p.m.–12 a.m. You’ll find true Savannah elegance at Billy’s Place, where you can enjoy casual fine dining in a speakeasy-type environment. Customers can even gather around the piano and sing along to some of their favorites. Come experience Savannah’s hidden gem. yourself.
Anyone can do the traditional Lowcountry favorites, like Lowcountry boil, shrimp & grits, and plenty others, but a. Lure does traditional a whole new way-we call 'em the old standbys. "It's classic dishes, turned on their heads," said a.Lure's Samantha Ortenzi. The result is a radically delicious approach to contemporary Lowcountry cuisine, infused with gourmet flair. This mix of old and new blends perfectly with the decor, where classic Savannah architecture encapsulates a hip sophostication and an old-fashioned dedication to service never goes out of style. Perfectly complementing what Ortenzi calls, "a dining adventure" is an inspired cocktail menu including the award-winning Ginger Skyline made with Virgil Kane Ginger Infused Bourbon.