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Lowcountry Allure in Savannah

Historic charm meets modern innovation in Savannah, Georgia, these days. Between the ever-expanding culinary scene and the blooming arts and culture, this quintessential Southern city has something appealing to every traveler year-round. Garden & Gun sent Atlanta photographer Morgan Blake on the ultimate trip to Savannah. Follow along as she visits the places that will make up the perfect itinerary for your next Southern escape. See Morgan’s full recap of the trip on her website here.

 

In partnership with Visit Savannah.

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The Paris Market and Brocante—a café and shop that is a treasure box for antique and design lovers.

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A small space with a great bar, The Fitzroy is a fantastic spot for a cocktail in the city.

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The Brice Hotel satisfies visitors through exceptional accommodations with modern style.

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With one of the best breakfasts in town, The Collins Quarter offers a fresh atmosphere and is the perfect environment for a bite to eat.

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A glimpse into the beautifully presented menu items served at The Collins Quarter.

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Between activity from the local Savannah College of Art and Design and year-round visitors, the downtown scene is always bustling with energy.

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Chocolat by Adam Turoni features stunning gourmet chocolates in an equally gorgeous setting.

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A cocktail bar designed down to the tiniest detail, Artillery Bar’s drinks are unique and served with impeccable presentation.

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Back in the Day Bakery sells everything from homemade pies to buttermilk biscuits—but stop by early before they sell out for the day.

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A common view from a stroll down the streets of downtown: historic housing nestled among beautiful live oak trees.

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One of many intriguing exhibits that take place at the Jepson Center for the Arts.

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The Wyld Dock Bar—a restaurant offering outdoor seating that overlooks Country Club Creek.

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A restaurant designed with beauty and craft in mind, The Grey is a must for the creative-cocktail enthusiast.

photo: Morgan Blake