Spacious...delicious...affordable...clean...great staff...all the good things you look for in a restaurant.
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This was one of our favorite places in Savannah. The mismatched furniture and tables makes it fun and charming. The food was delicious, and we were all pleased with our meals. Highly recommend their soups and fish tacos.
My wife and I had just checked in to our hotel and this place was recommended to us for lunch. The wife and I split the fried green tomato sandwich and it was OUTSTANDING!!! On our way out we asked some of the wait staff...More
fiddles! Was absolutely the best grilled cheese I have ever had. Transcendental would be the best description. And to top it off was a fantastic tomato basil soup.
Had a twenty five minute wait cause of a private event in the back. I Didn’t seem that long. Food was awesome and the peach bellini’s were yummy. Out waiter was prompt and funny and will definitely go back
Food was good but pricey. It would have been nice if they offered bottomless mimosas like all the other restaurants downtown. Instead they charge $8 a glass but don’t tell you that until you get the bill.
Excellent food and good value for lunch in an intriguing setting. Would definitely go back if in Savannah for lunch.
Since the restaurant was full and we didn't have reservations, we chose to sit at the bar. It couldn't have been a more pleasant experience. The waitress was wonderful, the food delicious, the ambiance just right. Fried green tomatoes were delish, as was the very...More
Wow! What a treat. This place is wonderful. And popular. The four of us walked in and waited about 10 short minutes during a peak lunch rush. We were seated at a comfortable table and had great service from a very skilled server. I had...More
This review is a 1 simply because of the horrible service we received from our waitress. She was not friendly and did not communicate with us whatsoever. She literally didn't say hello, introduce herself, thank you for coming, or goodbye...and nothing in between. She made...More