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One of the best things about being on vacation is enjoying brunch in a fantastic location. Savannah has plenty of places to take in the atmosphere while chowing down on tasty fare.


The Funky Brunch Cafe is not just a restaurant. It’s a fun family experience. Get your brunch started with fabulous funky bread, a decadently sweet treat with caramel sauce. Older kids will enjoy Flippin’ Funky at the Table, personalizing their pancakes on a stovetop table. They also offer an array of omelets, black n bleu sea grits, French toast, and even gluten-free pancakes, 


B Matthew’s Eatery

This one-of-a-kind cafe serves brunch daily ’til 3 p.m., using fresh and locally sourced ingredients (when possible). Try the turkey, apple and brie omelet, fried green tomato, and crab cake Benny or Chicken N’ Biscuit. Enjoy your brunch with a specialty cocktail like a Sun Belt, made with bacon bourbon, Grand Marnier, maple syrup, Angostura bitters, and orange juice, or a Hot Mary made with house-infused pepper vodka. 


The Grove Savannah bar atop Savannah’s City Market serves sophisticated choices but maintains a casual atmosphere. Brunch is available from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on weekends only. Start with a mimosa or Bloody Mary. Entrees include avocado toast topped with an egg; shrimp and grits; Belgian waffles topped with strawberries, blueberries, or fried chicken; quiche made of spinach, roasted red pepper, caramelized onions, and feta cheese; or Build-Your-Own-Breakfast. 


The friendly wait staff at Two Cracked Eggs strives to make your dining experience a memorable one. They’ve packed their menu with traditional, Southern breakfast favorites like biscuits, bacon, and, of course, grits and eggs. But there’s also Peach French toast, crab cake Benedict, Florentine Benedict, and other specialties. Open 7 a.m. to 3 p.m., but closed on Wednesdays.


Discover a European-style eatery and bakery at Goose Feathers Cafe in the heart of the Historic District. From handmade and filled croissants to the Barnard Street bagels to four-flavors of quiches, you’ll discover something that hits the spot. Of course, they also serve eggs and side orders like bacon, smoked ham, turkey sausage, roasted rosemary new potatoes, and grits.  


Discover a hidden gem at Debi’s on the Bay, which offers delicious Southern-style fare served by a friendly staff. They prepare all your favorite breakfast items cooked to perfection. Great for families, the restaurant serves breakfast all day at reasonable prices in a comfortable atmosphere.


Enjoy a decadent champagne breakfast at Collins Quarter, with two locations in the Historic District. The Bull Street site serves brunch from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., including Bananas Foster French toast, an avocado toast smash, buttermilk biscuits, and the Swine Time Beni, French toast topped with pulled pork, tomato, poached egg, hollandaise, and bacon. The Forsyth Park location serves brunch on Saturday and Sunday. These guys take brunch to the next level. 


Or whip up your brunch in a well-outfitted, gourmet kitchen at a Savannah vacation rental such as our three-bedroom Waldburg Manor. You’ll find everything you need, including a large dining room and a courtyard space if you prefer an al fresco breakfast.