Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Page 7 Page 8 Page 9 Page 10 Page 11 Page 12 Page 13 Page 14 Page 15 Page 16SAVANNAH RIVERBOAT MAGAZINE 10 Street Sweets for a world famous praline or fill your candy bags full at Savannah’s Candy Kitchen, which occupies over 4,200 square feet filled to the top with, you guessed it, candy. Experience some of the most unique shopping on the river front at River Street Market Place.The open air market features more than 70 booths full of souvenirs, services, and more. Many of these booths represent countries from all around the globe, so you can take home more than just a piece of the South. DINING AND ENTERTAINMENT Eating on the river front can be a difficult decision with the many great offerings up and down the cobbled street. From local seafood to international cuisine, River Street is the place to grab a quick bite, a lavish brunch, drinks with friends, or an elegant night out. B efore or after a fantastic riverboat cruise, historic River Street is a welcoming stretch of world class dining, shopping and accommodations. Since the late 1970’s, River Street has undergone an on-going revitalization that has included the reclaiming of many of the old cotton warehouses from deteriorating. These noble structures have been transformed into a row of boutique and luxury hotels, bars and restaurants, as well as shopping for every one of your crew mates. SHOPPING River Street offers a variety of shopping options for even the most particular buyer, or the most critical window shopper. Shop for this year’s most fashionable beach or foot wear, featuring Toms, Sperry Top Sider, and Santiki Trading Co. at Washed Ashore or stock up on your favorite Southern memorabilia at True Grits. If you need to satiate your sweet tooth, go in for a free sample, or samples, and take home gifts for loved ones or just for yourself from local honey favorite, Savannah Bee Company. Drop in to River Savannah Riverfront