Roasted turnips at The Fat Radish, which opened last summer on Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd.
The Drayton Hotel on East Bay Street near the Riverfront adds 50 guest rooms and colorful style to the Historic District.
When container ships ply the Savannah River, the skyline is temporarily altered.
A shaded neighborhood walkway in the Historic District
“Echo,” a solo exhibit by Birmingham-based painter and sculptor Amy Pleasant, is on display through March 21.
A SCAD graduate and the former gallery director for renowned photographer Jack Leigh, Susan Laney opened Laney Contemporary Fine Art in 2017.
Artist Suzanne Jackson in her home studio in the Starland District; a retrospective of her work titled “Five Decades” was featured last year at the Telfair Museum’s Jepson Center. Her recent paintings are sculptural layers of acrylic—no canvas, no frame.
The Drayton Hotel opened in late fall 2019, the first property by hotelier Raghav Sapra.
The front desk at The Drayton
Murals in St. Neo’s Brasserie
A fifth-floor guest room with downtown views
House-made dumplings at Flock to the Wok, a new hot spot on Whitaker Street
Cafe seating and vegan fare at Fox & Fig
A corner table at The Fat Radish
Cocktails at the Savoy Society
Photographer Emily Earl
Laney Contemporary Fine Art
Windrose Apartment Hotel
Harper boutique on Bull Street
The Drayton Hotel
Chef Nick Wilber at The Fat Radish
Tag along on our weekend getaway and discover the new restaurants and bars, cool shops, and ever-expanding art scene