As visitor numbers continue to grow, more publications around the country seem to take notice of Savannah's amenities, including a fashion magazine that's targeting the Hostess City for your next weekend getaway.

COVETEUR wrote about Savannah this week, calling the city the "most underrated weekend getaway" with some suggestions on places to eat, drink and see while in town. According to the post, "you can see Savannah the uber-touristy way" with bus tours or going strictly to historic sites, "but the city is so full of complexities, it's worth seeking out richer, more immersive ways to explore Savannah's layered culture."


Among the places they recommend getting a bite in the city were The Collins Quarter, Leopold's Ice Cream, The Grey, Cotton & Rye, Sandfly BBQ and Wiley's Championship BBQ. According to the post, they recommend a Vietnamese Ice Coffee or Matcha Latte for brunch at The Collins Quarter, a Savannah Socialite for dessert at Leopold's and the Hog Wild Platter at Sandfly BBQ.

As for places to stay, COVETEUR recommends the Perry Lane Hotel, saying the luxury hotel is "situated in the heart of Savannah;s Historic District" and also contains the Peregrin, The Emporium Kitchen & Wine Market and The Wayward for your food and drink needs. If those places don't wet your whistle, the magazine also recommended The Original Pinkie Masters, Alley Cat Lounge, Artillery and The Original Parker's Market for a late night beer or cocktail.

Outside of the normal sights in Savannah, COVETEUR recommends a visit to E. Shaver, Bookseller, the SCAD Museum of Art, Savannah Cordwainers, Chocolat by Adam Turoni, Number Four Eleven, the Savannah Bee Company, Alex RAskin Antiques or Cherry Picked Consignments for those jaunting around downtown.

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