• The Crab Shack

    Sometimes eating out is more than just an opportunity to fill your stomach; it is an experience that changes the way you look at the mundane. A visit to the Crab Shack on Tybee Island may just change what you expect from meals forevermore! Open every day of the week from 11:30 AM until 10 PM and offering moderately priced seafood meals and a view of the water, this unique eatery has a few surprises

    Posted August 21, 2018 | Author : | Category : Local Dining |
  • Gerald’s Pig & Shrimp

    There’s something about a quirky name that makes us want to try a place, and we are so glad we gave Gerald’s Pig & Shrimp a shot! Serving a tasty mixture of barbecue and seafood, it’s the kind of place you can take your family; everyone will find something that pleases their palate! Inexpensive, extremely casual, and open Thursday through Sunday from 11:30 AM until 8PM, life on Tybee Island would be sadly lacking if

    Posted August 21, 2018 | Author : | Category : Local Dining |
  • CoCo’s Sunset Grille

    When you stay on an island, there’s a few things you can always count on: gorgeous sunsets that light up the sky with fiery glow, the salty kiss of the ocean breezes on your cheeks, and that the seafood you find there will be better than any you have ever tasted before! And when you visit Tybee Island and CoCo’s Sunset Grille, you are offered all the above wrapped up in a blue- and

    Posted August 21, 2018 | Author : | Category : Local Dining |
  • Bubba Gumbo’s

    Why is it the seafood we eat here on Tybee Island always tastes better when consumed on the waterfront? Now, don’t get us wrong; it’s never bad, but the sight of dolphins swimming off in the distance as the sun sets in a fiery ball over the horizon just seems to add an extra dollop of taste to the already delicious feast before us. Nowhere is that truer than at Bubba Gumbo’s. Open every day

    Posted August 21, 2018 | Author : | Category : Local Dining |
  • AJ’s Dockside Restaurant

    AJ’s Dockside Restaurant is a local joint that offers more than just good food, a convivial atmosphere, and killer views; this is also the spot to go when you feel the need to rent a kayak to explore the waters that surround our favorite place on Earth, our hometown island! Moderately priced and open every day of the week from 11 AM until 10 PM, here is where you want to spend at least one

    Posted August 21, 2018 | Author : | Category : Local Dining |
  • 80 East Gastropub

    As we continue our culinary tour of Tybee Island, you may be thinking that seafood is all that available, but that is far from true. In spite of the casual and laid-back vibe of island life, you can also find sophistication and style in the form of 80 East Gastropub, an upscale restaurant serving their unique take on the comforts foods we all know so well here in the south. Open every day of the

    Posted August 21, 2018 | Author : | Category : Local Dining |
  • Spanky’s Beachside

    Spanky’s Beachside is a family friendly restaurant that features both pasta and Mexican food, offering something for all variety of tastes! Open every day of the week from 11 AM until 10 PM, it’s prime location on the water allows for incredible views that are the perfect accompaniment to the meals served here. Located at 1605 Strand Avenue Housed in your typical beach community style building, a covered patio on the second floor offers a great place

    Posted August 21, 2018 | Author : | Category : Local Dining |
  • American Prohibition Museum in Savannah

    The American Prohibition Museum, America’s only museum dedicated solely to the prohibition era, is located in City Market in downtown Savannah. This two-story museum allows guests to interact with 13 riveting exhibits that take guests back in time to the 1920’s. The exhibits feature life-size wax figures, talking portraits, and film reels in rooms designed to look like saloons from the era.   Exhibits at the American Prohibition Museum in Savvannah   Exhibits include the Temperance Movement, which allows

    Posted August 8, 2018 | Author : | Category : Savannah Attractions |
  • Forsyth Park in Savannah

    Forsyth Park in Savannah has been a hub of life in downtown Savannah since the park was first created in the 1840’s. For both tourists and locals, the park has always been the center of social interaction in Savannah. No matter what time of year it is, Forsyth Park is always full of people relaxing in the sun, reading on benches, playing sports, or having a picnic. The Farmers’ Market Forsyth Park in Savannah covers 30 acres

    Posted August 8, 2018 | Author : | Category : Savannah Attractions |
  • Owens Thomas House in Savannah

    The Owens Thomas House in Savannah is a historic home museum off Oglethorpe Square in historic Savannah. This English-Regency style home was designed by the English architect William Jay. Construction on the home began in 1816 and was completed in 1819. The house was purchased by George Welshman Owens, a local attorney and politician, in 1830 for $10,000. George Owens moved his wife Sarah, their six children, and a total of 14 slaves into the

    Posted August 7, 2018 | Author : | Category : Savannah Attractions |
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