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Savannah is a city full of breathtaking architecture, drooping live oaks, historic cobblestone streets, and something to see on every corner. But one thing Savannah & Tybee do best is the expansive culinary selection of local restaurants! Work up an appetite after exploring the many attractions in the beautiful streets of Savannah? Don’t worry! We personally recommend any of the restaurants below & you will want to hit every one of these drool-worthy spots!

Tybee Island is home to a large selection of restaurants serving the type of foods you remember from your childhood, and Sundae Café on Tybee Island is one of our favorites!

Spanky’s Beachside is a family friendly restaurant that features both pasta and Mexican food, offering something for all variety of tastes!

Sometimes, our beloved island residents come up with a name that makes us laugh as scratch our heads in wonder—names like Huc-a-Poos Bites and Booze, for example! This casual stop along the food highway of Tybee is colorful, vibrant, and popular with locals and tourists alike.

And when you visit Tybee Island and CoCo’s Sunset Grille, you are offered all the above wrapped up in a blue- and green-trimmed wooden building sitting on the edge of the water! Open every day of the week from 11 AM until 9 PM, a taste of Tybee has never been as sweet as what you will find here!

The marina is home to a couple of tasty restaurants, and when you’re looking for seafood with a Cajun twist, Bubba Gumbo’s Georgia is where you want to go

AJ’s Dockside Restaurant is a local joint that offers more than just good food, a convivial atmosphere, and killer views; this is also the spot to go when you feel the need to rent a kayak to explore the waters that surround our favorite place on Earth, our hometown island!

As we continue our culinary tour of Tybee Island, you may be thinking that seafood is all that available, but that is far from true. In spite of the casual and laid-back vibe of island life, you can also find sophistication and style in the...

If you are vacationing on Tybee Island and find yourself in the mood for pizza and absolutely nothing else will do – give Pizza on Wheels in Tybee a try. As the name implies – they will deliver your pizzas, but you also have the option to eat-in or to order your pie to go.

If you’re on Tybee Island, you’ve got to wander on over to the Wind Rose Café in Tybee. At 19 Tybrisa Street, it is just a half block from the Tybee Pier. Locally owned and operated, this rustic bar is a great casual option for good food, a drink and some lively adult company.

Located at 1513 Butler Avenue, Nickie’s 1971 Bar & Grill is pretty much right in the middle of where you want to be. It is close to both the beach and the Tybee Pier and Pavilion, on the south end of the island.