At the east end of Savannah’s coveted Broughton Street corridor lives the Common Restaurant. Coming to life in a 140-year-old Registered National Historic Building, Common Restaurant is saturated in charm and patina and boasts stunning views of the iconic Marshall House Inn and exertive boutique district.
The spacious dining room features one of the final remaining historical mezzanines on Broughton Street. Overlooking a craft cocktail bar built for experimentation, guests are treated to a bird’s eye view of a bustling restaurant and bar scene that spoils the senses. In addition to its elevated craft bar program, Common Restaurant boasts an award winning wine list featuring over 550 diverse bottles housed in one of two on-premise wine cellars.
Accompanying the craft bar experience is the scratch kitchen. The culinary team, lead by long-time Ordinary Pub Chef and now Corporate Executive Chef Justin Grizzard and Executive Chef Kenneth Tobin, work daily with fresh produce, meat, and cheeses from local purveyors to present award-winning brunch & dinner services that continue to push the boundaries. In addition to the scratch kitchen, Common Restaurant continues to grow its raw bar program, offering incredible fresh, prepared, and cold smoked oysters alongside mind-bending concoctions like corn and scallop mousse from open to close.
For guests wishing to host an event or large group, Common Restaurant has something special for them, as well. Housed on the second floor of Common Restaurant lies The Room, an expansive loft-like event space featuring floor to ceiling windows, high ceilings, views of one of the wine cellars, and a private bar. With its high wing back chairs, fireplaces, and original floors, stepping into The Room feels like stepping into one of Savannah’s eclectic historic mansions – warm, comfortable, and keenly curated.
Don’t miss the opportunity to enjoy one of Savannah’s most unique takes on southern hospitality.
Common Restaurant 118 E. Broughton Street, Historic Downtown Savannah
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