Savannah Georgia was founded on February 12, 1733. Named after the Savannah River, the city streets were planned in a grid pattern and it was the first city in Georgia. Savannah is considered the “Hostess City of the South” due to the numerous attractions in this historic city. Aged old Victorian era architecture mingles with trendy and contemporary boutiques and restaurants.
As a result of the Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, nationwide hit and film, the Mercer House on Monterey Square is in fact one of the most well-known houses. To recognize the value of Savannah’s architectural legacy and grandeur, there are a large number of homes in the historic quarter, including the Green-Meldrim House in addition to the Juliette Gordon Low family home, the founder of the Girl Scouts.
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Savannah is one of the most beautiful cities in the country. The city is rich in historic architecture from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. With so much to do in Savannah from sightseeing, or shopping Savannah has it all. Experience all the charm of the Savannah Historic District. Savannah is also well known for its spectacular restaurants and delicious food. Here are some of the best restaurants in Savannah.
• Ele Fine Fusion is a contemporary and elegant restaurant. The beautiful and artsy ambience with the perfect combination of flavorful dishes of Southeastern Asia fuse with the wonderful flavors of Japanese cuisine. Experience this award winning restaurant for yourself. They serve breakfast/brunch, dinner and late night.