Savannah on Thanksgiving Day
Published Jul 06, 2016
Where to Dine in Savannah on Thanksgiving Day
Spending Thanksgiving in Savannah offers a memorable experience for families & friends looking to ditch the Apron and Dine out for their Holiday Meal. With so many options to choose from, we asked our Savannah Concierge to compile a list of Top Restaurants who are serving the bird on the big day!
Kevin Barry’s Irish Pub
Top O’ the Turkey to You! You might think it’s odd that Kevin Barry’s Irish Pub is included on the list for this VERY North American Holiday, but this little River Street Powerhouse has some of the best Food & Entertainment in the Historic District. Enjoy a Traditional Thanksgiving Meal from 12p – 7p or think outside of the box and try something Irish off of their full menu available all day and into the weee hours of the morning at 2a! Live Performance by Entertainer Harry O’Donoghue starts at at 8pm and warm up by the Cozy Fireplace with Winter Cocktail Specials.
Thanksgiving Day Hours: 11a – 3a (Black Friday)
No Reservations Needed, First Come First Serve
Turkey to Table! Similar to the first Thanksgiving with the Pilgrims & Indians,Cha Bella will be offering a lavish Buffet Feast which will highlight Fresh-from-the-Farm Ingredients sourced locally in Savannah. For this event, Reservations are encouraged as there will be limiting seating. The price for food is $40 per guest and there will be an endless beverage option available for those who wish to participate.
Thanksgiving Day Hours: 2p-8p
Reservations Needed: – Limited Number of Seats Available
The Olde Pink House
What better place to celebrate Thanksgiving in Savannah than to gather at a Historic Southern Mansion which was built for just such an occasion. The Olde Pink House is a favorite of Locals and Tourists with award-winning food and exceptional service. Guests may order from a Limited Three-Course Menu of Traditional Thanksgiving Dishes. Reservations are a MUST because seats are limited and THEY WILL SELL OUT!
Thanksgiving Day Hours: 12p – 9p
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