Love is All You Need - A Romantic Night in Savannah, GA
Posted: Feb 07 2018
With Valentine's Day right around the corner, it's time to plan a romantic date night for you and your significant other. What better place to spend time with your loved one than in historic Downtown Savannah? We've narrowed down our favorite things to do with our favorite people, and planned a perfect Savannah evening for you and yours!
Get dressed up, and enjoy a drink and a legendary Savannah sunset at Rocks on the Roof. Perched at the top of the Bohemian Hotel and overlooking River Street, Rocks on the Roof is the perfect place to snuggle up with your loved one by the fire pit and watch the sunset while sipping on a Savannah Mule or Blood Orange Margarita.
After drinks, head to a local favorite for a romantic, elegant dinner at Garibaldi Café. Choose from an extensive menu with seafood and authentic Italian food, and enjoy a quiet dinner in a historic firehouse that takes you back in time with its early 1900s decor.
*Local tip: Don't forget to make a reservation ahead of time! Garibaldi's is a favorite among locals and tourists alike, and can sometimes have a long wait if you don't call ahead.
After dinner, explore the city with a walking ghost tour. While this may not seem romantic, one of America's most haunted cities offers plenty of opportunities to squeeze each other tight as you learn Savannah's spooky secrets from decades past. Visit historic homes and hidden cemeteries as you walk through downtown Savannah, including several haunted Savannah squares. You can even take it up a notch with a tour around town in an old hearse.
End your romantic night with dessert at Lulu's Chocolate Bar. This dessert bar is the perfect place to treat yourselves to delicious desserts and tasty martinis. Lulu's cozy, candlelit atmosphere provides a romantic spot to sit down and relax with your loved one. Split a piece of their signature Strawberry Suspension Cake, or enjoy Fondue for Two to end a perfect date night in downtown Savannah.
Blog By: Paige Scott