Written by Patrick Guilford

From Jan. 27 to Feb. 5, Savannah Now will host Savannah Restaurant Week. During the week, restaurants–known for their upscale atmosphere and cultural heritage to the city–will offer three-course meals for the price of $30. Here is the current lineup for participating restaurants:

  • 17 Hundred 90 Restaurant and Inn

Named after the year it was constructed, 17 Hundred and 90 captures the foods and flavors of the 18-century.

  • 22 Square 

If you’re looking for something authentic and local, look no further! 22 Square works with farmers and suppliers to give you an excellent taste.

  • 39 Rue de Jean

With a blend of both traditional French cuisine and more American food, 39 Rue de Jean is guaranteed to appeal to everyone.

  • 45 Bistro

Located in the heart of Savannah’s Downtown, 45 Bistro is the most sought after venue for anything from weddings to business meetings.

  • 700 Drayton

Known for its eclectic tastes as it is for its extensive wine list, 700 Drayton has it all from seafood to delicacies Savannah is named after.

  • a.Lure

With contemporary takes on classic Southern Soul Food, a.Lure has become something of a new category of dining experience.

  • Alligator Soul

Serving a perfect blend of eclectic, international recipes and traditional Savannah food, Alligator Soul is the perfect answer to “where is the best place to dine downtown?”

  • B Matthew’s

Held as Savannah’s oldest tavern, it’s worth checking out just for the atmosphere as well as the old-style southern food.

  • Chart House

Perched by the waterfront overlooking the river, Chart House’s gives you remarkable seafood and region cuisine with a view.

  • Cohen’s Retreat 

For those looking to be inspired, Cohen’s Retreat tastefully blends art, food and community.

  • Corleone’s 

Loaded with a hefty wine menu and several favorite dishes, Corleone’s is the place for those who want some good ole fashioned Italian.

  • Garibaldi

Balancing both the festive with the romantic, Garibaldi is quite the local favorite.

  • Kitchen 320

Considered to be the signature restaurant and bar, Kitchen 320 provides a casual destination for patrons to sit and dine.

  • Lizzy’s Tequila Bar

In the mood for true Tex-Mex food? Try Lizzy’s Tequila Bar, known for its friendly and vibrant atmosphere!

  • Love’s Seafood and Steaks

Love’s is a great spot for those looking for a rustic atmosphere and the finest of seafood.

  • Noble Fare

Quite a chic-choice for local cuisine and drinks.

  • River House Seafood

Known for their Tasso ham-tomato ship and grips and blackened Mahi Mahi, River House Seafood earned an A on Savannah News, the highest rating.

  • Rocks on the River

The casual, comfortable atmosphere compliments the American styled comfort food, including steaks and pizza.

  • Ruth’s Chris Steak House

For almost 50 years, Ruth’s has been considered to one of the biggest fine dining company in the world.

  • Shrimp Factory

Love shrimp? Well, the Shrimp Factory has got you covered with its casual dining mood and its wide selection of shrimp.

  • The Howlin Hound

Looking for some fine food on the go? Look no further than the Howlin’ Hound. With its own drive-thru, you’ll be able to try southern favorites and coastal delicacies quickly.

  • The Melting Pot

What makes this restaurant such a rare spectacle is its main dish: fondue. Great for special events or a casual hangout, The Melting Pot is perfect for any occasion.

  • The Ordinary Pub

Don’t let the name fool you. This unique space, in downtown Savannah, encompasses all things service, food and craft.

  • Tondee’s Tavern

Started in 1850 and housed in a former bank, Tondee’s captures the very essence of 18-century atmosphere and food.

  • Vic’s on the River Restaurant & Bar

Settled in an old cotton warehouse, Vic’s on the River is known for their contemporary twist in classic southern fare which reflects the charm and hospitality Savannah is known for.

More information available at the restaurant week website.