Where To Eat Out On Thanksgiving Day In Savannah

If you’re in the Historic District of Savannah this holiday season, don’t worry, there are several restaurants in Savannah open on Thanksgiving Day – some offering spectacular holiday meal specials, while others have their own specialties you can try instead of having the classic Thanksgiving meal of turkey, dressing and casserole.

1. The Chart House, 11 a.m.–9 p.m.

This year The Chart House, located at 202 W. Bay St., will be serving a traditional turkey dinner for $27 for adults and $11 for children, along with a limited version of their regular menu. Their traditional dinner will consist of sliced roast turkey, cornbread stuffing, baked or sweet potatoes and cream spinach, along with pumpkin or pecan pie. For those that can’t bear to look at any more stuffing or turkey, there will also be fresh fish, steak and signature dishes available, as well as soup, salads and desserts. For more information, call The Chart House at (912) 234-6686.

2. Moon River Brewing Co., 11 a.m.–11 p.m.

Moon River Brewing Co., located at 21 W. Bay St., will also have a limited menu, as well as a Thanksgiving special, but you’ll have to contact them to find out just what kind of delights they’ll be serving (because they haven’t yet announced their specials). You can reach Moon River Brewing Co. at (912) 447-0943.

3. Ruth’s Chris Steak House, 11 a.m.–9 p.m.

Ruth’s Chris, located at 111 W. Bay St., is pulling out all the stops this Thanksgiving. In addition to having their full regular menu, they will also be offering a preset menu for $39.95 featuring Louisiana seafood gumbo, a Caesar or steakhouse salad as a starter, roasted turkey breast with homemade gravy or sausage and herb stuffing with cranberry relish as an entrée, with a choice of either cream spinach, mashed potatoes or sweet potato casserole for a side and pumpkin cheesecake with vanilla ice cream for dessert. For more information, call Ruth’s Chris at (912) 721-4800.

4. The Pirates’ House, 11 a.m.–8 p.m.

If you’re looking for a little bit of everything, then The Pirates’ House, located at 20 E. Broad St., is your stop. They aren’t just serving a Thanksgiving meal; they’re having a feast with a grand buffet featuring all of your holiday favorites – roasted turkey breast, green beans, cornbread dressing, garlic mashed potatoes, mac ‘n’ cheese and sweet potato casserole – and that’s just the beginning. They’ll also have herb-crusted prime rib, pineapple-glazed ham, grilled salmon with a mango glaze, honey pecan chicken, peel and eat shrimp, collard greens and yellow squash. To satisfy your sweet tooth, an assortment of pies – including pumpkin, sweet potato, apple, peach, banana, pecan and key lime – as well as red velvet cake and chocolate covered strawberries will be available. And the best part? It’s all at your fingertips for just $30.95 for adults, $11.95 for children and $4 for those four years and younger. For more information, call The Pirates’ House at (912) 233-5757.

5. The Olde Pink House, 11 a.m.–9 p.m.

Although, their menu has not yet been finalized, The Olde Pink House, located on Reynolds Square at 23 Abercorn St., will have limited menu that not only consists of traditional options, but several other entrees and sides to choose from. You can call them at (912) 232-4286 to inquire about the special menu that they’ll be serving from.

6. Sorry Charlie’s, 11 a.m.–3 a.m.

On Ellis Square, at 116 W. Congress St., Sorry Charlie’s Oyster Bar is keeping all their fresh fish favorites and serving off of their regular menu, so customers can get everything from a fried catfish po-boy and bacon-wrapped shrimp to seared grouper and their classic Low Country Boil. They’ll also be serving a special of the day, possibly Cornish hen with stuffed cornbread, but you’ll have to call them at (912) 234-5397 to find out just what that special is.

Wherever you decide to eat out this Thanksgiving Day, we hope your meal is spectacular and that you have a Happy Thanksgiving in Savannah!

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