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De beste kafeene i Savannah

Kafé
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“A favorite among locals for coffee and delicious vegan food, “The Bean” is also one of the city's most active music venues and has been featured in the New York Times. The shop also hosts weekly film screenings under the “Psychotronic Film Festival” group! The kitchen is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and beer and wine are also on offer.”
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Kafé
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“What can I say? Leopold’s is an institution in Savannah. At their busiest times, you’ll find yourself waiting in a line all the way down the block, but it is so worth it! Dozens of homemade flavors that change weekly, they’ll let you sample a few before you decide - decent sandwiches, too. ”
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Amerikansk restaurant
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“Four block open-air market since the 1700s with shopping, dining & artworks in restored warehouses.”
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Kafé
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“Frequented by SCAD students and alumni, Foxy Loxy is a quirky coffeehouse that doubles as a gallery and music venue. Their back courtyard hosts acoustic mic nights and marshmallow roasts, and their kitchen serves up a variety of Tex-Mex inspired breakfast, lunch and dinner options. They also serve beer & wine. Try the “Eye Opener!”, a milk stout topped off with a shot of espresso! They also have a sister location on Broughton Street called The Coffee Fox.”
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Bakeri
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“A tourist favorite and in the same building as the old Starland Dairy, Back in the Day serves breakfast and lunch and offers a selection of made-in-house breads and baked goods! The bourbon bread pudding is out of this world, as are the housemade biscuit sandwiches.”
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Australian Restaurant
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“The Collins Quarter started out as an Australian style coffeehouse (best Flat White in town!) and has since expanded its service to include full lunch and dinner, as well as a fantastic brunch on the weekends (try the Smashed Avocado!) It’s an absolutely beautiful restaurant with a stellar ambiance, whether you go for a full meal or for drinks and appetizers around the communal table. ”
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Restaurant
“Naturally right in the heart of the Starland District and named after the old dairy which still dominates the area, The Starland Cafe is known for wonderful and made from scratch eclectic dishes. Try the “Kitchen Sink” Salad!”
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Bakeri
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“A rustic little cafe and bakery that’s slightly off the beaten path, Maté Factor has a loyal local following and is operated by The Twelve Tribes as one of several stores scattered across the county. Perfect for a quiet place to grab a scone and yerba maté! Be sure to look for the wild “Peacemaker” bus that’s usually parked outside.”
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Kafé
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“Great breakfast/lunch locals spot within walking distance on Abercorn and beautiful Jones Street. Home made corn beef hash made daily, locals favorite for many generations. ”
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Italiensk restaurant
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“While Garibaldi’s serves a full menu, its beautiful decor (gold New Orleans style tin ceilings, black leather booths, and uber-romantic mood lighting), diverse clientele and skilled and friendly bartenders make it one of our favorite places to grab a before or after dinner drink.”
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Musikksted
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“Our closest and scuzziest dive bar, The Wormhole is a neighborhood staple and within easy stumbling distance. Cheap drinks, cheap food, and open until 3AM, it’s everything you want it to be with friendly bartenders and events or music almost every night of the week. A real dive bar’s dive bar!”
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Kafé
“Eco-groovy and righteously rad, Butterhead Greens is a lunchtime soup, salad, sandwich mecca. Located across from Arnold Hall, you’re sure to encounter a bevvies of SCAD students on break, locals, too. Their generously portioned quinoa salad (add a power powder for extra umph!) is light yet filling enough to power you through Forsyth Park, the city squares, and beyond. ”
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Kafé
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“Trendy spot in the middle of town with a very eclectic, industrial vibe and gorgeous decor. The menu has lots of classic favorites, including their famous tomato basil bisque. ”
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Kafé
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“Wonderful breakfast brunch and lunch with homemade southern style biscuits daily. One of our favorite breakfast spots downtown!”
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Kafé
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“Named one of the top ten chocolatiers in North America, Adam Turoni is based in Savannah and is a true master of his craft. His chocolates are made at the Broughton Street location (“The Dining Room”), and he also has a second shop (“The Library”) on Bull Street. ”
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Boutique
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“A very cute store that attracts local stylists and tourists. Has all types of decor and even a delightful small sandwich shop with champagne.”
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