Steve and I had the crab stew to start with, which was so indescribably amazing and has been named by many the house specialty. Steve ordered the fried pork chops for his lunch which turned out to be actually coated and deep fried (similar to Southern fried chicken)!!! As for myself, I got a burger and fries which was cooked exactly how I requested and slathered in cheese and bacon.
Walking off our meal through Historic Savannah....
Final stop before heading home was Leopold's for a hot fudge sundae. Johnny Mercer, a famous Savannah native, best known for penning and singing Moon River and Jeepers Creepers, frequented Leoplod's for treats in his day. After hearing about Leoplod's for about the fourth time, I decided full or not we had to go try it before we hit the road. It was charming and I must say, the actual chocolate fudge on the sundae might be the best I have ever had.
For a very cool vibe with live music every night check out a tapas and jazz spot called Jazz'd. Steve and I stopped in for a cocktail and would definitely go back. Lady and Son's is Paula Deen's restaurant and a complete tourist trap, but people I talked to that had been said it was actually good! For night life, up and down Congress street there are several bars and restaurants, along the section behind an area called City Market. Our favorite stop on Congress was the Social Club. It was like a large pub, with a modern update, giant outdoor area, big beer selection and awesome service.