a lovie roadtrip.

alright my little friends,
i need some travel tips from you all.


lovie & i are roadtripping to savannah, georgia.
and i am on the hunt for all the loveliest
bed & breakfasts. bistros. bakeries. boutiques.

i am over the moon to go on this little getaway, as i have never been to savannah.
i have always heard about the rich history & the terribly charming downtown,
so i am literally counting down the minutes till we hop in the car.

being an indulgent foodie.
a perennial lover of all things antique.
and a skilled boutique shopper.
i figure savannah and i will get along beautifully.
it will be a match made in heaven.

and whats even better?
my lovie is quite a handsome little history buff.
he has a mind that is overflowing with historical knowledge.
i know that he will love submersing himself in
the culture. the roots. the depth that exudes from this great town.

it is the perfect roadtrip destination for two little lovies.

so, please, do tell.
what are your fave places in savannah?

22 comments:

  1. You must go the the Juliet Low house and get your "daisy" pin. Chip and I always stay at The East Bay Inn. Enjoy.

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    1. sweet ginger. i know if you love it, it is definitely making it on our list. xoxo.

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  2. The Wright Square Cafe! http://www.wrightsquarecafe.com/

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    1. thanks, maggie. looks great. xoxo.

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  3. You must, must, must go here for lunch - Papillote - http://papillote-savannah.com/
    We were just here in October and I thought of you when we ate here! If there is anywhere that has your name written all over it... They even have c'est si bon painted inside. :) you and Mike will love Savannah. Michael and I had such a great time and it is such a great walking town.
    Xoxo
    Patricia

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    1. you are SO cute. we will definitely go to papillote. thanks, patricia. loved seeing you and your sweet boy this weekend. we need a date soon. xoxo.

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  4. I loved Soho South Cafe! No table/chairs was alike in the whole place, and the walls are covered in cool local art! The food was really tasty with unique combinations of flavors - http://www.sohosouthcafe.com/ You can see their menu there.

    I love Savannah - my husband and I have been there 3 times since we started dating. We always try a new B&B when we go! The best time is just walking around all day and checking out the squares. That town is too cute!

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    1. thanks, bea. tell me some of your fave b&b stays. xoxo.

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  5. Just went!! Go to the Olde Pink House and have a late dinner in the downstairs basement! it is completely lit by candles (like your wedding), there is a huge fireplace and a piano player! So romantic and fun. Also, you should do a Ghost tour, it was fun! You will love it.

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    1. thanks, kristine. sounds so romantic. perfect for a lovie roadtrip. xoxo.

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  6. Dinner at the Olde Pink House and brunch at B. Matthews! Savannah is fun for bar hopping too! Everything is pretty much in walking distance.

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  7. I 2nd everyone's suggestions that you go to Olde Pink House! Mrs. Wilkes Dining Room is 100% worth the wait as well(it's a family style restaurant that usually has quite the line: http://www.mrswilkes.com/)!

    You definitely need to head over to One Fish Two Fish: (http://www.onefishstore.com/) - the owner also runs a darling antique shop right across the street (the hubs surprised me with an antique dresser from her for our wedding!), and the general area surrounding is full of additional antique shops that you must visit!

    You are going to have the BEST time!!! xx

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  8. Please visit my dear friend Art House Design on my blog roll....she spent last Summer in Savannah and loves it there. She has lots of spots and places she adores.
    Her name is Victoria and she is a joy.
    pve

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  9. I'm SO glad you posted this K, because my sister has chosen Savannah as her bachelorette weekend destination. We'll be there in July or August -- I've been researching homes to rent. I can't wait to hear some of your favorite places to eat!

    (We went with Mom & Dad when we were small girls and when a little local restaurant called "Lady and Sons" was in its original building - haha! - which obviously has since blown up ... that was a favorite and so was Mrs. Wilkes Boarding House)

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  10. Russ and I (and of course the dog) went last summer and here is the recap:
    http://russandtaylorbrown.blogspot.com/2011/08/weekend-update-savannah.html
    We stayed at the Foley House Inn and it was AMAZING! Within walking distance to everything. Definitely recommend it to all my friends wanting to stay at a B&B. Olde Pink House and Elizabeth's on 37th for dinners. Savannah Dan for a tour guide (an absolute must!). Leopold's for ice cream/sorbet. You don't have kids but my sorority sister owns the cutest children's store (Sara Jane Children's Boutique). I'll message you if I think of anything else!

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  11. The restaurant "Lady and Sons" that Liz wrote about was the restaurant run by Paula Dean of Food Network. Just a tid bit of info.

    Here's wishing you and your lovie loads of fun and laughter!

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  12. Be sure to go to mass at the Cathedral of St John the Baptist http://www.savannahcathedral.org/ mass times at:Saturday: 12 Noon & 5:30 pm
    Sunday: 8:00 am, 10:00 am, & 11:30 am

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    1. Julie, My boyfriend and I will be there for a friend's wedding. I am looking forward to the service at St. John the Baptist! It looks beautiful!

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  13. Savannah Bee Company for some delicious honey/honey tasting. Very cute!

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  14. If you have time for a side trip...tybee island is maybe 20 minutes away and there is a place called The Breakfast Club that has awesome shrimp and grits!

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  15. Okay mansion on forsythe park for breakfast or cocktails anytime.... a kessler property.... Clarie's for breakfast as describes in the book.... Paris market on broughton and. don't forget tybee island ..... blanket and bottle of wine anytime in the evening at any of the public beaches..... have fun!

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  16. The Pink House for sure! The Chandeliers there are worth it alone but the food is amazing! We stayed at the 1895 Inn for our babymoon a few years ago and it was AMAZING! There was a Monet in the bathroom! I cannot say enough good things about the B&B and the food- YUM! Have an amazing time! Tybee Island is fun too!
    http://www.tripadvisor.com/Hotel_Review-g60814-d507642-Reviews-The_1895_Inn-Savannah_Georgia.html

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