We took a trip to Savannah this past weekend to celebrate my moms 70th birthday. I wanted to share a few highlights of trip if you are thinking about visiting the Savannah.
Sweet Potatoes Kitchen we visited on Thursday afternoon and the special was fried chicken. We all ordered the chicken. My sister and I enjoyed the chicken my mom wasn’t as impressed. The sides were pretty tasty too. I don’t eat banana pudding but my sister and tried it and they commented the flavor was different from traditional banana pudding but still good.
Goose Feathers Cafe and Bakery we needed somewhere to eat breakfast because the breakfast in our hotel was very expensive. This was still a little pricey for breakfast but the portion size is good and food taste awesome. If you are staying the historic district give them a try but prepared for a line if you get there later in the morning.
First African Baptist Church tour gives a history of the church and how it has played a part in the underground railroad and black history. You don’t do a ton of walking but if you have a problem with stairs they do have an elevator. The church is ripe with history dating back to slavery. There are still tribal markings on the pews. The information provided by the guide is wonderful. If you have kids please take them on this tour. Also for the amount of information you receive the tour is super affordable.
Tybee Beach this isn’t the best beach in terms of cleanliness but it close enough that if you are visiting Savannah you can drive down and spend a few hours or the whole day on the beach.