This is the last installment of my Savannah series. I just wish I would have had more time to eat and do. I hope what I have offered has been interesting and helpful to anyone visiting this beautiful city.
Clary’s Cafe is a local cafe from what I gathered used to be a drugstore. I could not get the whole story because every worker was so busy with customers. I quickly understood why. The food is delicious and the menu is eclectic. They have everything from hot buttered grits to gyros to Philly cheese steak sandwiches. Don’t forget the deserts which are generously portioned and freshly baked. They have indoor and outdoor seating along with a soda fountain. We were stuffed and took home leftovers. Even though the place was packed we got in and out in about an hour. It is the perfect place for lunch while touring the city.
B. Matthews Eatery
B. Matthews Eatery is a bistro in the Historic District of Savannah close to the river. This venue was recommended by a couple of locals, so I had to check it out. The menu has a variety of foods including fried green tomatoes and a number of what I would call specialty items like the Pepper Jack Chicken Panini and the Cuban. They have a variety of entrees as well. I had the Big B Burger with a side of sweet potato fries and of course an order of those fried green tomatoes. I enjoyed every bite. The staff was attentive and friendly and the atmosphere was comfortable. If you are looking for a local place, this one definitely should be considered.