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 16For a fresh catch from our local waters, stop in to Tubby’s Tank House, which offers breezy views of passing riverboats and cargo ships atop their outdoor dining area, check out the daily catch from southern fishing fleets at Fiddler’s, or wave to the our captain and passengers on the riverboats as you dine outside at Joe’s Crab Shack. Huey’s is the destination for those with a taste for Cajun and creole delights. Beignets and coffee, anyone? For a more international feel, check out Kevin Barry’s Irish Pub for a pint of Guinness and traditional Irish music, or head down to Olympia Cafe for everything from a Greek salad made with local vegetables to a whole red snapper that is large enough for two to enjoy! After you have pleased your pallet, head over to the Savannah Theatre for a live, award-winning show performed in one of the oldest continually-operating theatres in the United States, dating back to 1818. ON A LOVELY SAVANNAH DAY, nothing beats taking your favorite furry friend out for a walk while you take in the what a day in this city has to offer. EAT If you’re feeling a bit peckish while walking around town with your pup, there are many places to grab a snack or a full meal where your four-legged pals are more than welcome, they may even have a snack waiting for them. If a well-brewed cup of coffee and some Tex-Mex treats are what your searching for The Coffee Fox, downtown, and its sister store just south of Forsyth Park, Foxy Loxy, both have seating for you and your canine pal. If your dog likes beers with their snacks as much as you, then grabbing a pint with your pup in Moon River Brewing Company’s Beer Garden is the place for you two! City Market has plenty of dog friendly seating including Vinnie Van-Go-Go’s Pizza and Wild Wing Cafe. SHOP If you want to take in some shopping while in City Market, then stop by for some treats and toys for Fido from Woof Gang Bakery (they also have locations on River and Drayton Streets). If you find yourself in the Ardsley Park neighborhood, stop by Canine Palace for all your pet pampering needs. STAY Many hotels in the historic district are pet friendly. The Brice Hotel, off Bay Street, offers stylishly appointed rooms for even the most particular of opulent pets. The Thunderbird Inn is where your Southern hipster hound crashes after a night out. Or if they just love a quiet nook at the end of River Street, Old Harbor Inn may be just the place for some peace and quiet after cruising the river front. Pet-Friendly GETTING AROUND TAKE THE TROLLEY One of the most popular ways to see the historic district is to see it from the breezy interiors of one of Savannah’s popular trolley tours. Old Savannah Tours, Old Town Trolley, and Ogelthorpe Tours all offer tours of historical Savannah. They each have their own specialized itinerary and unique flare, including closer looks at Savannah’s architecture and antebellum homes as you wind around some of Savannah’s most famous squares. For a spookier experience, check out one of the haunted tours offered by only the most experienced haunted history specialists. HORSE AND CARRIAGE An authentic way to enjoy the city of Savannah is the time honored tradition of tucking into a carriage to be drawn around town to the clip-clop of a beautiful steed or two. Carriage Tours of Savannah, Historic Savannah Carriage Tours, or Plantation Carriage Company all offer historical, both haunted and not, tours around the beautiful and enchanting squares of downtown. HOOF IT If you’re into seeing the town from street level, nothing beats a casual walking tour. You get an intimate view of the city led around by a knowledgeable and engaging guide. Tourists rave about Savannah Dan’s walking tour (who wouldn’t want to be guided around town by a dapper man with an endearing Savannah accent as sweet and thick as molasses?). Want to take a walk on the spirited side? Join Savannah by Foot Tours for their creepy stroll ghost tour or for the extra spirited adult, they offer a creepy crawl haunted pub tour. SAVANNAH RIVERBOAT MAGAZINE 11