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Fri, 9/17
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Seafood, American
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Lunch, Dinner, Breakfast, Brunch, Drinks
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Reservations, Seating, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Table Service, Private Dining, Street Parking, Valet Parking, Highchairs Available, Full Bar, Wine and Beer, Accepts Credit Cards, Non-smoking restaurants, Gift Cards Available
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0.5 miles from Cathedral of St. John the Baptist
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Lovely dining room and incredibly knowledgeable staff. We split on our entree experience: I absolutely loved the swordfish with bread salad. It was tender and juicy and flavorful and beautifully spiced with basil and charred peppers. However, My husband ordered the Mahi entree with a...bed of succotash (one of his favorites) and it was absolutely…..tasteless? Mild fish and mild veggies, nothing at all to bring you back for another bite. How does that happen? The chef is obviously talented and knows his(or her?) flavors but a $30 + entree really ought to pack some kind of flavor punch, shouldn’t it? The manager and our waiter asked how we had enjoyed our choices and we shared these exact specifics. They said they would pass the message along and I hope they do because what was good, was really really good!More

Date of visit: September 2021
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Reviewed August 7, 2021

Sat at the bar and enjoyed a traditional fried green tomato and shrimp dish. The menu was limited but had enough variety to be satisfied. Bartender was friendly and got me in and out quickly.

Date of visit: August 2021
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Reviewed August 4, 2021 via mobile

The speakeasy down stairs is the only reason we went. Such a romantic atmosphere and great bartender. He will make you whatever you want.

Date of visit: July 2021
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Reviewed August 3, 2021 via mobile

The setting was perfect for a family dinner. The wine steward was helpful. The appetizers were all delicious. The entrees, grouper and chicken, were only ok. Service was surprisingly slow for 6:30 on Sunday evening.

Date of visit: August 2021
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Reviewed July 29, 2021

Absolutely wonderful! We stumbled upon St. Neo's Brasserie on a hot afternoon in Savannah. We found the staff, including the manager, to be most kind and helpful. We loved the oysters and assortment of inspired cocktails. We really liked the cocktail called the "As You...Like It," in which you get to chose the spirit that it is made with. The hand-painted mural in the dining room features beautiful landscapes of spanish moss salt marsh. The food and service were a great experience. We will definitely come back here on our next trip to Savannah!More

Date of visit: July 2021
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Reviewed July 26, 2021

This was our best meal of the week! Great location on the east side near City Hall and nice atmosphere but the food and service was spectacular. The oysters were outrageous, mussels were magnificent, octopus was outstanding, grouper was gorgeous (flaky and tasty) and as...we swooned over the succulent swordfish (NOT dry and tasteless like most others), the new dish....the Red Snapper with blue crab ordered by our 13 year old... completely stole the show...absolutely amazing and unexpected. We did like the wine better than the mixed drink specials. Bottom line, while I enjoyed the wanna-be food critic reviews and complaints about prices (have all y'all eaten elsewhere in Savanah or did you just float in on a container ship? ha!) this place is excellent with impeccable service (thanks Adam!). We brought four teens to the table (talk about a discerning palette) and they loved every single bite. Would/will definitely recommend and will eat here again. Enjoy!More

Date of visit: July 2021
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Reviewed July 11, 2021 via mobile

I want to say thank you to both of the hosts today that saw the desperate look on our faces and knew we needed help. We had no reservations but they made is their business to show us hospitality and gave us a table. Once...we sat the service was 5 star impeccable, the food was delicious, I cannot say enough about how great this experience was for my husband and me. Great people, great food and atmosphere. I recommend 1000% P.s. The roasted calamari was the best!!More

Date of visit: July 2021
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Reviewed July 1, 2021 via mobile

Checked the place out on 7/1/2021. Atmosphere is Cold feeling and also too cold AC...restaurant is clean . Seating hostess and server are friendly.... We had a Deviled crab for 19$......well this price justifies two portions. Served with all lemons and really a lack of...idea...just expensive. Sword fish was plenty and well tasting...just served with bread , tomatoes and pepper/onion mix. Not sure if the bed was supposed the be warm or cold....it was in the middle. The blackened shrimp dish was hopefully supposed to be cajun style. It was very salty and the bed of cauliflower was dry and tasteless. Not impressed...!More

Date of visit: July 2021
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Reviewed May 22, 2021

Twelve friends rendezvoused at St. Neo’s Brasserie on Drayton and Bay Street downtown. We were greeted well by the Hostess and told that Manager Brittany was not working this night. We were introduced to our competent waiter Steven who had a clear and understandable voice...even through his mask. His assistant Sarah was delightful. Drink orders were taken and promptly delivered. Many of us ordered oysters, blue points in fact as they were larger and recommended. Several ordered the flounder, others blackened shrimp and some had carpaccio, here labeled ‘steak carpaccio’ as the beef is not thin. There were no complaints and all enjoyed the oysters. The Manager Brittany arrived with her family for dinner and although not working came to our table to welcome us to the restaurant. For dessert we were coaxed into chocolate soufflé – thank goodness we were coaxed as it was delicious and a real treat. We introduced ourselves to Patrick on the way out as he is a maven as oyster shuckster-in-residence. A fun and enjoyable return to real life after months being restricted by the virus!More

Date of visit: May 2021
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Reviewed April 24, 2021 via mobile

Very good food! Try the trout pate appetizer with fresh French bread. Flounder was tasty and the burgers done perfectly. Great staff and drinks.

Date of visit: April 2021
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  • Food: 4.5
  • Service: 5
  • Value: 4.5