Savannah is known as a drinking town thanks to a liberal to-go cup policy, so the best brunches feature grandiose cocktails and outdoor seating.
Make a reservation for one of these tables the next time you’re in town:
Andaz Savannah. On Saturdays, Andaz Savannah offers a do-it-yourself, unlimited bloody mary bar on Saturdays alongside a farm-to-table buffet featuring Hunter Cattle Co. meats, omelet station, desserts and charcuterie.
Belford’s. For Sunday brunch, Belford’s offers a complimentary glass of sparkling wine alongside blue crab frittata or crab Benedict.
Rocks on the River. For a River Street view and a slew of Benedict choices (from a shrimp-and-grits Benedict to a Benedict burger), Rocks on the River — inside the colorful Bohemian Hotel Savannah Riverfront — serves up an ultimate bloody mary made with horseradish-infused vodka.
Huey’s. Or visit Huey’s for a huge, New Orleans-inspired (after all, it is Savannah’s sister city) menu including beignets, spicy bloody marys, three styles of grits and a lively atmosphere. There is often a wait, so make reservations. The floor-to-ceiling windows are the next best thing to sitting outdoors — they provide a sweeping waterfront view.