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Open containers, Spanish moss, water views, and haunted houses all make Savannah a desirable destination to both live and vacation in. If in town for the night or just out for the night, Savannah has a growing list of essential places to visit.
Take A Break is your ultimate guide to the perfect trips to recharge, rediscover yourself and your relationships, and reengage with the world. We’ll cover shopping stops, great bars, restaurants worth your money, photo opportunities, memorable drives and experiences, and other important details you need before you book.
Travelers in search of over-the-top experiences, the utmost in quality, and a new area to immerse yourself in, look no further than right at home in The States. An abundance of style meets southern hospitality for a winning combination in a vacation along Georgia’s coast—one that means you don’t need to travel overseas to have it all, […]
A riot of pink azaleas, blood-red camellias and the first fat magnolia buds busting from tree branches announce that warm weather has arrived in the Southeastern United States. It’s a magical time to road trip through cities like Charleston, Greenville and Savannah, places that have continued to transform and grow throughout the pandemic. For the best […]
Founder of Big Bon Wood-Fired Pizza and Big Bon Bodega Kay Heritage is constantly inspired by the restaurants in Savannah. From museum eats to ”˜za, there’s a lot to this coastal city’s blossoming food scene.
It’s quite eclectic—from burgers to really great salads and bowls—he brings different cultural backgrounds together. Oh, and by the way, the best burger in town is going to be at Husk Savannah.
Something extra special is simmering in Savannah these days. Sure, Georgia’s oldest city has been a tourist draw for generations. The irresistible charm of its cobblestone streets and fountain-strewn squares – Spanish moss suspended above it all – was enough to earn it distinction as a National Historic Landmark over 55 years ago…
When you only have 48 hours to make the most of Savannah, spending one of them queued up in the blazing sun waiting for a restaurant to open its doors may seem like frittering away precious time…