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See + Do

We’re all kindred strangers here. With an insatiable curiosity and an inspired sense of adventure. When it comes to discovering what to see and do, we rise to the occasion. Here are some of our favorite things, we can curate an experience to your liking.

Pool & Bar Bibi

A courtyard, pool, lawn, and outdoor pool bar. A haven for sunbathers, where pizzettas and spritzes come to you. Pick your spot: a lazy poolside cabana or lounge, bar, or picnic seating. A pool by the sea, the oasis of the property. The perfect urban resort escape. 

Saltgrass Spa & Fitness

Saltgrass is guided by the belief that every person walks a unique path to complete wellness. Bringing together multiple healing practices under one holistic wellness program, we offer a complete experience in truly personalized care for physical and spiritual well-being.

Cooking School at Saint Bibiana

Hands-on cooking classes, workshops, and farmer’s market hauls every Saturday. Pasta intensives, one-night-only salon dinners, and guest chefs. Culinary experiences for the curious, cocktail in hand. 


When your front yard is iconic Forsyth Park, you’re always ready to play. Borrow tennis gear or lawn games for an impromptu match. Take a leisurely bike ride under dramatic live oaks. Or channel the glamour of another time and place with a tastefully curated picnic.

Shop Bardo

We’ve traveled near and far collecting objects that transcend the ordinary. More than a store, this is a tactile, textured, and inspiring discovery. An ode to the joy of collecting. 

Camp Bardo

Treasure chest at check-in, milk and cookies at turndown on your first night. And while you linger poolside with frozen Negronis and bright crudos, the kids can enjoy brick-oven pizzettes and sunny afternoon programming at our kids’ club, Camp Bardo.

Our Neighborhood

The Historic Savannah Theater

First opened in 1818, The Savannah Theater one of the oldest theaters in the country. Today, the theater plays classics and originals, enjoy hours of high-energy song, dance and comedy specials.

Two Tides

Two Tides celebrates the power to bring people together. Specializing in sour, haze, crispi lagers, and other classics on the menu.

Service Brewing Co.

Veteran-owned craft brewery that is dedicated to honoring those that put their lives at risk. Brewing great beer and honoring those who serve.

Lone Wolf Lounge

A hidden neighborhood bar in the Starland District. With a 70's feel, Lone Wolf is perfect for after-work cocktails, laid-back date nights, and some of the best tikis in town.

Pinky Masters

Opened since 1951, one of the oldest running bars in downtown Savannah, Pinkie's is best described as a boxer and lover of all things political, tobacco, and PBR, established the bar as a place to gather.

Late Air

Late Air is a neighborhood restaurant, with a rotating list of natural wines by the glass and bottle, located at the corner of Bull + Victory in Savannah, GA.


Ukiyo is not just a restaurant or bar, it's an Izakaya. It's designed to be a place for meeting friends and sharing small plates and conversation over a few drinks. Somewhere to come and relax and leave behind the daily grind.


Centrally located in the heart of Savannah’s Landmark Historic District, Husk transforms the essence of Southern food and highlights the unique ingredients of coastal Georgia.


Fine art from the creatives behind work featured in exclusive galleries, on red carpets, and in fashion magazines. This unique retail gallery delights with its selection of fine art, jewelry, home decor, and more.

Paris Laundry

Body, beauty, and wellness products with a focus on high standards for quality, clean ingredients. A well-edited collection for an elevated wellness lifestyle.


Inspired by Brooklyn, brought to life in Savannah, this gourmet market carries goods by emerging artists and makers in the lowcountry, including organic and low-intervention wines and culinary brands from Georgia and beyond.

E. Shaver Bookseller

Tucked in a quaint building that dates back to 1842, this renowned book shop is the perfect place to lose yourself for an afternoon to explore the maze of book-lined shelves, and meet the three legendary shop cats.

Asher & Rye

It's the best of Scandinavian design meets urban low country at this unique shop offering products that never sacrifice function for design for you and your home.


A lifestyle concept shop designed to bring a fresh perspective to the low country. Discover sustainable luxury, curated vintage, pre-loved designer, as well as unique goods for home and body. A real hidden gem.

The Paris Market

This boutique and coffee shop in a 1874 Victorian building offers unique and fantastical pieces, from hand-crafted jewelry to French-milled soaps, as well as gifts for kids, a collection of books, coffee, tea, and preserves.

Courtland & Co.

A quaint boutique with elegant items to elevate your home. Fine linens and other interiors, unique collaborations, and personalized embroidery.

Hannah E

Memorable designers, unique labels, women's ready-to-wear, footwear, gifts, and accessories with elevated personal styling in the Downtown Design District.

Forsyth Park Farmer's Market

More than a market, this Saturday market in Forsyth Park is a roster of 65 diverse food vendors, including 39 local farmers, supports local growers and producers, and improves access to fresh, affordable food in the community.

Lucas Theater for the Arts

A cultural and social gathering place hosting operas, orchestras, music festivals, film series', and film festivals in a historic and intensively restored 1921 theater.

SCAD Museum of Art

Once a railway depot for the Central of Georgia Railway, this premier contemporary art museum featuring the works of new and established artists is also a National Historic Landmark as the oldest surviving antebellum railroad depot in the U.S.

Savannah Children's Museum

An exploration maze, a reading nook, and a sensory garden. A place that sparks imagination, an outdoor space to learn, explore, and play.

Telfair Museum

Three museums that tell the story of Savannah through art, history, and architecture. Explore the works of notable American artists at the Jepson Center, the 19th- and 20th-century American and European art collections of the Telfair Arts & Sciences Academy, and one of the earliest intact urban slave quarters in the South at the Owens–Thomas House & Slave Quarters.


Behind the iconic facade of this restored armory, you'll find imaginative cocktails, an extensive bourbon list, and luxurious interiors.

Savoy Society

Trendy cocktail bar mixing up cocktails with trendy names, sharing plates, and all-vinyl music, and a vibrant setting.

Peacock Lounge

Exclusive and sophisticated in the heart of downtown Savannah lounge with delicately curated cocktails and small bites

Late Air

Discover seasonal a la carte small dishes served alongside a rotating list of natural wines by the glass or the bottle at this popular wine bar.


A new brunch favorite in Savannah's Historic Landmark District, this picturesque coffee shop never disappoints, from Tuscan Bagel to Lavender Latte.

Brochu's Family Tradition

Family-friendly neighborhood restaurant serving up comfort food such as oysters, fish, and whole chicken dinners, in the city's Starland District.

Collins Quarter Forsyth

Healthy, fresh cuisine set in the middle of iconic Forsyth Park. A one-of-a-kind dining experience, sister restaurant to the Collins Quarter, with the prettiest lush backdrop.

The Grey

A painstakingly restored art deco Greyhound Bus terminal, The Grey offers an elevated food and wine experience and soulful flavors in a familiar setting.

Common Thread

Inspired by ingredients and the seasons, enjoy a taste of FARM Bluffton and South Carolina's Low Country, right here in Savannah.

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