Maybe youâ€™re in the mood for a fancy brunch spot or want to grab a quick breakfast to go. Either way, you can find delicious options in Savannah! Let’s take a look at the best breakfast in Savannah GA!
There are plenty of places to get great food in Savannah, but only one place to get Southern food with an Australian twist â€“ Collins Quarter.
Collins Quarter is truly a one-of-a-kind establishment in Savannah. During the morning hours, they serve delicious breakfast pastries and coffee before transforming the space into a candlelit romantic experience for dinner time.
The menu has traditional options as well as Australian-style dishes. Try the Aussie brekkie or the salmon club sandwich.
Youâ€™ll also find adventurous choices on the coffee and breakfast cocktail menu with options like the spiced lavender mocha and the brunch-fashioned.
If Claryâ€™s Cafe sounds like a familiar breakfast place, it could be because it gained popularity after the movie â€œMidnight in the Garden of Good and Evilâ€ was filmed in the area. Several actors ate in the restaurant during their time in Savannah, and the restaurant proudly displays their autographed photos on the back wall.
The building also has historical significance, dating back to the 1900s.
Located off Abercorn Street, itâ€™s housed a variety of businesses over the years including a pharmacy and soda shop. If you are looking for a history fix during breakfast, Claryâ€™s CafÃ© is one of the best places in town.
As far as food goes, their homemade breakfast dishes are served all day. On the menu youâ€™ll find omeletâ€™s, eggs Benedict, fresh pancakes, bread pudding, and Belgian waffles.
For an extra indulgent breakfast try the stuffed French toast – thick sliced bread stuffed with strawberries and cream cheese! Another popular dish is â€œThe Elvisâ€ â€“ thick French toast with peanut butter and bananas.
J. Christopher is a favorite Savannah restaurant that started as a small operation in the Atlanta area. It has since grown to several locations in the region.
This is a charming restaurant located inside a converted garage in the heart of the Historic District. It is a great place to go with a group for Sunday brunch because the menu is a healthy mix of breakfast classics and original recipes!
For traditional breakfast, you have plenty of options from omelets, French toast, and hearty breakfast sandwiches.
If you are in the mood to try something new, try the Blueberry Crunchcakes â€“ homemade blueberry pancakes made with crunchy granola. You can also customize your order with a Signature Breakfast Skilled â€“ it has a breakfast potato base that you can top with your choice of ingredients and two sunnyside-up eggs.
Big Bon Bodega
Big Bon Bodega is one of the only true bagel shops in the city. It is relatively new but has quickly built a reputation for delicious bagels, spreads, breakfast sandwiches, and lattes. It is not downtown and has more of a neighborhood joint feel.
For a breakfast that will fill you up, order the Pimento Pig, a bagel sandwich with sausage, fried egg, and pimento cream cheese. For traditional bagels, you have your choice of savory or sweet. Choose from classic flavors like everything, sesame, and poppy, or satisfy your sweet tooth with cinnamon raisin.
If you are not a fan of bagels, there is also a selection of delicious breakfast paninis.
Thereâ€™s no indoor seating but there is a welcoming ambiance outside with several picnic tables and umbrellas. If you can, get there on the early side, as Big Bon often sells out by late morning!
Whether you are spending time outside at Big Bon or elsewhere on your Savannah trip, stay protected in the sun with this Einskey waterproof sun hat.
Little Duck Diner
Little Duck Diner can best be described as â€œdiner chic.â€ It certainly has diner dÃ©cor with retro touches, but the owners have leveled it up so it feels modern and more upscale than a traditional diner. If you look closely, youâ€™ll also notice subtle duck dÃ©cor throughout the restaurant â€“ in the bathroom, in the tile, and as a drink topping just to name a few.
At Little Duck, you can get breakfast all day long!
On the brunch menu, youâ€™ll find breakfast classics like steak and eggs, buttermilk biscuits, waffles, and pancakes. Their avocado toast is especially delicious too!
Youâ€™ll also see originals like the risotto stacker – fried risotto served with breakfast sausage and a sunny side-up egg.
B. Matthewâ€™s Eatery
B. Matthewâ€™s is a favorite spot in Savannah, partially because it has one of the most diverse menus in the city served in a beautiful historic building. B. Matthews Eatery started out as a deli and bakery and experienced so much success that it evolved to a full-service restaurant that serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Their menu has everything from biscuits and gravy to pork chops to vegetarian options and crab cakes.
B. Matthewâ€™s is not only popular because of the good food, but also because of their excellent service. They also have a great location so afterward, you can take a walk on the water or a stroll through Forsyth Park.
Hueyâ€™s on the River
If youâ€™ve been reading other lists of places to eat in Savannah, you may have seen Hueyâ€™s on the River in the dinner section. It is one of the few restaurants that does both breakfast and dinner extraordinarily well!
Centrally located in the historic district on River Street, it has a charming and eclectic vibe. The menu has several classic and savory options like seafood omelets, which you can follow up with breakfast dessert and order a set of Hueyâ€™s famous beignets.
Many breakfast visitors also enjoy a morning mimosa or bloody mary. Get there early for a patio seat where youâ€™ll have unobstructed views of the Savannah River during your meal.
Maple Street Biscuit Co.
Despite its Florida roots, Maple Street Biscuit Co. is a staple in downtown Savannah. They serve up savory and satisfying dishes like biscuits and gravy, hashbrowns, and specialty waffles. There are many ways to enjoy their fluffy biscuits, with fried chicken, pimento cheese, honey, goat cheese, and more.
Do not leave without ordering the Three Layer Cake â€“ a cake-shaped pile of hashbrowns with gouda, fried egg, and choice of gravy.
The restaurant is closer to fast casual than a traditional restaurant setting. Youâ€™ll order and pick up your food at the counter. Itâ€™s not unusual for there to be a line out the door, but thereâ€™s plenty of seating upstairs.
Fox and Fig
While you can certainly get your fill of hearty Southern food in Savannah, there are also light and healthy options. Fox and Fig is known for its unique dishes that are totally plant-based.
Keep it light with a chia porridge topped with fruit or try a vegan twist on classics like pancakes and breakfast tacos.
In addition to breakfast dishes, they also have an impressive coffee list which includes drinks like spiced lavender or horchata, all made with plant-based milk of course. The restaurant also values sustainability and can make your coffee in a reusable to-go cup like this Sunwill coffee tumbler.
The plant-based theme carries through to the dÃ©cor, you can sit outside or inside among various plants and flowers.
There are many reasons Savannah is one of the top travel destinations in the country, and breakfast is just one of them. Whether youâ€™ve been to the city many times or you are a first-time visitor, be sure to build in some extra time to explore the Savannah breakfast menus!