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Street loaded with well-maintained, over 100-year-old buildings, restaurants, cafés, brew-pubs and other bars, souvenir and other shops, specialty boutiques, tourists, and more. It is nice to walk along the Savannah River, enjoy water views, and views of the other side of the river. The tourist’s...More
THE place to be if you want to enjoy throngs of people and the St. Patrick's celebratory vibe. Almost enough to where you can't breathe. Go during the day if you want to shop or not wait in long lines to eat or get something...More
Visiting the street is an obligation but I believe it’s over rated. On plus side the are some nice restaurants, a nice view and some tour boats.
On the negative side it’s smelly,full of kitschy shops and so so restaurants. I would rather spend the...More
A must-see area of Savannah. We really enjoyed strolling on the riverfront and even got to see one of the huge barges coming through. The statue of the "waving girl" is fun. There's a place to stop and enjoy hot dogs and smoothies, and an...More
A fun place to visit but wear comfortable shoes as there are cobblestones and uneven pavement. The shops are nice and there are plenty of restaurants to choose from. It is fascinating to look at how old these buildings are and that they are still...More
Walking down River St, you may see a container ship being guided by tug boats, River Cruise ships, candy stores, multiple restaurants to choose from, souvenier shops and lots of people! When the lights come on you are treated to a whole new look!
We visited early evening while it was still light out. River Street reminded me and my husband of Bourbon Street sans strip joints (thank goodness). Within one hour of walking along River Street, my daughter heard many curse words and saw a woman (with her...More
There are many places to eat and hang around in Savannah. River Street is probably the most famous. If you are looking for something a little off the beaten path I would suggest the Crystal Beer Parlor (don't let the name... More
There are many places to eat and hang around in Savannah. River Street is probably the most famous. If you are looking for something a little off the beaten path I would suggest the Crystal Beer Parlor (don't let the name throw you off, the food is excellent!) and the treylor park, again odd name but great food and excellent atmosphere. Enjoy your stay!