Suburban Extended Stay Abercorn
10614 Abercorn Extension
Savannah, GA 31419
Phone: (912) 920-7700
Fax: (912) 920-9599
Take in the atmosphere of the Australian Outback while enjoying mouth-watering entrees and high-quality service. Serving dinner only, Outback Steakhouse offers an extensive menu featuring appetizers, chicken, ribs, steak, seafood, pasta, salads and desserts for moderate prices. Family-friendly, the casual restaurant has something for everyone at its numerous locations in North and South America, Europe, Asia and Australia. Outback Steakhouse also offers call-ahead seating and curbside take-away. Check website for locations and menu selections.
Boasting the best authentic Mexican food in Savannah, Jalapeno's is well worth the short drive from the Historic District for a fun atmosphere and excellent food. Specialties include the Guadalajara Cheese Steak and Cream of Mushroom Pollo, plus all the combinations one would expect. Jalapeno's margarita was voted the best in Savannah by readers of a local magazine. Be prepared for a wait, especially on weekends.
For the very best steak, you have got to dine at LongHorn Steakhouse. The ambiance is relaxed and ideal for a every member in your family. You will be blown away by the speedy service and the staff's hospitality. The fresh food and the consistent quality at Longhorn Steakhouse will impress you to the core. The mountain top cheesecake is an absolute must and so is the raspberry dreamy milk shake.
The Diner on Abercorn was started in 1995 as a 24-hour joint that serves American snacks at inexpensive prices. Its convenient location, quick service and timings make it a popular restaurant with busy people who wish for a quick breakfast. Students, professionals and party-goers who desire snacks in the middle of the night also visit this eatery. It has numerous family-friendly features such as kid's meals and bright pink chairs. Relish items such as Spanakopita (Greek pastry), Oreo Cookie Pancakes, Palace Omelet, T-Bone Steak and Rotisserie Chicken Wrap. Senior citizens, military personnel, police officers and college students can avail of a 10 percent discount on furnishing a valid identity proof.
Friendly, colorful, and casual, diners will not be disappointed at this Historic District establishment that combines Caribbean and Greek flavors. Along with a variety of wine options, the menu features steaks, seafood and vegetarian dishes that include Black & Bleu steak and Lump Crab, Prosciutto & Goat Cheese-Stuffed Chicken, or Veal with Gorgonzola Sauce. Even the garlic pickles that come as an appetizer with lunch are irresistible. Owned and operated by a husband and wife team, it's a good place for a bite before or after a movie at the nearby Carmike Cinema or a shopping day in town. - Natasha Lawrence
Bonna Bella Yacht Club offers one of the best alfresco dining experience in Savannah. Nestled on the banks of the river, this hidden gem features waterfront deck dining in view of the scenic horizon. On the menu are specialties like Crab Stew, Bacon Dog, BBQ Shrimp & Grits and Pulled Pork Sliders paired with fine wine from regional vineyards and domestic and imported beer. Enjoy great deals at Happy Hours and save room for their homemade desserts.
If you are craving for some home-made goodies and desserts, then head straight to Back in The Day Bakery. This bakery cum coffee shop serves delicious cupcakes, cookies, biscotti, brownies and puddings, which will remind you of mom's cooking! Located in the heart of Savannah's Starland district, this is a great place to kick-start your day with a hot cup of coffee, or grab a sandwich for lunch. The ever-changing desserts menu is simple but lavish!
This turn-of-the-century house shrouded by live oaks and Spanish moss is the site of some of the most elegant dining in Savannah. It is also the site of power lunches and frequent star sightings, as the restaurant's reputation has extended past Georgia's borders since 1980. Start with the renowned Grilled Eggplant Soup, and move on to seasonal selections that include Grilled Salmon, Roast Quail and an assortment of somewhat fancy low country classics. Co-owner Michael Terry personally oversees an amazing wine list that has won over critics and patrons alike. Reservations are required. Opens daily at 6pm.
Established in 1924, it is the oldest restaurant which serves amazing barbecue specialties. It serves cheap yet excellent food. The place is famous for the barbecue sauce which still carries the juicy flavors of the age-old recipe. Basically frequented by locals, the service is efficient and the ambiance puts you at ease. Not to miss the desert. A must visit. You could also select from the wide selection of the sauces which are on sale .
Stroll into the environs of The Sentinent Bean to get a load of the action that blitzes the large performance space within. Light snacks and fresh brews prove to be good companions as you take in movie screenings, live acts, literary hearings and even the occasional community discussion. The likes of panini sandwiches, home-baked scones, smoothies and desserts make the counters creak here—go in and ease the load!
Popeye's is a chain of fast food restaurants serving fried chicken. It opened in 1972 and today has more than 1800 restaurants in the USA and internationally. Their meals, in terms of taste, have been compared to and are supposedly better than Americas other leading fast food chains. Besides chicken meals, Popeye's menu also includes seafood items. The award winning dish Popeye's Louisiana Legends is an over-rice specialty and is a must-try.
If you are looking for an out-of-this-world seafood experience, then Desposito's Seafood Restaurant is where you ought to be heading! Don't let the area and appearances drive you away, because the food is simply delicious. The shack-style restaurant in Thunderbolt area serves basic seafood dishes like crab cakes, boiled shrimps, steamed oysters and cole slaw on newspaper lined tables, along with a can of beer. The under-rated food spot is just a 15 minute drive from Savannah's Downtown area.