Since you all humored me on my Tybee Island post, I am going to break up our Savannah trip into 2 posts (we spent 2 half days in Savannah).
First stop, Moon River Brewing Company.
Nate and my brother are obsessed with beer. They go to Hy-Vee (because we are classy Midwesterners) and they stare at the beer selection for what seems like hours. So annoying.
Needless to say, I was less than excited about this stop. BUT, the food there was D-E-L-I-C-I-O-U-S! Their garlic fries are fan-freaking-tastic. I wish I had a picture (what were you doing Mom??). I ordered a fish sandwich…this is what I received…
Only the World’s largest fish sandwich. I ate almost the whole thing…it was THAT good.
Summary of Moon River Brewing Company: Food= awesome. Beer (according to the experts) = Poor selection (only 4 beers on tap) and just “eh” on taste.
After consuming the largest fish sandwich known to man, it was time to burn off some of that greasy goodness. We headed down to River Street for a stroll.
River Street is along the Savannah River (someone was slacking on road names that day). Century old buildings, which were once cotton warehouses, have been converted to antique shops, distinctive boutiques, galleries, brew pubs, restaurants, and hotels. It’s quite beautiful!
I’ll let the pictures do the talking now (thank goodness, right?)…
Our first trip to Savannah was a good one! I loved how such a historic town was so full of life. There were people of all ages. Live music. Definitely recommend River Street as a stop in Savannah!
I’ll share with you our trip to the historic district next week.
Tell me about your favorite vacation destination. I like to add to my “must-travel-to” list! (Did I mention that blog comments get me through my work day?)