Tired of your usual drink from Starbucks? Ready to try something new and exciting to shake up your morning? Want some of the best coffee Savannah has to offer? Look no further! We’ve curated a list of our favorite coffee spots, essentially our go-to’s for when we need that extra kick. And we’re here to be your guide and tell you!
Collins Quarter at Forsyth
612 Drayton Street in Historic Downtown Savannah
The spot to go! Located right in Forsyth Park, this place is always packed! But no worries, there is a to-go window where you can purchase all coffee drinks and pastries. One of our favorite things to do is grab coffee from the to-go window and walk around beautiful Forsyth Park. The lattes here are delicious and they do they best latte art, make sure to try their signature Spiced Lavender Mocha or the French Toast Latte!
Savannah Coffee Roasters
215 W Liberty Street in Historic Downtown Savannah
A true Savannah staple. Located conveniently downtown offering a variety of coffees, pastries & breakfast foods. Our favorites include the Honey Cinnamon Oat Latte and the Breakfast burrito (seriously the best breakfast burrito downtown).
1802 E Broad Street in Thomas Square
This shop is off the beaten path – nestled in the Thomas Square neighborhood. What we love about PERC is the industrial feel and the fact that they roast their coffee on site. Fumes of coffee beans fill the air while you sip on your nice hot cup of joe. It’s a little off beaten path which makes it a great place to get work done because it is not super touristy. They also open early (7 am) for those of you who need some energy before work.
Foxy Loxy Cafe
1919 Bull Street in Thomas Square
A delightful little spot in the Starland District. This cafe has a delicious twist to your classic coffee and brews. Offering seating both indoors and outdoors in their private courtyard. This cafe is right next to the new E. Shaver Bookstore, so grab a good book and some good coffee and find a seat! Other things that make this spot so great; they serve Tex-Mex starting at 11 am and do Happy Hour Fridays and Fire & Wine Saturdays where you can roast your own s’mores.
5 W Liberty Street in Historic Downtown Savannah
Franklin’s is a cute chic coffee shop located on Liberty street. Offering a full espresso bar and a brunch menu, this place makes it the perfect spot to stop at.
313 Abercorn Street in Historic Downtown Savannah
This little boutique cafe is known for its Belgian Waffles and globally found coffee beans. Authentically made food and coffee are what make this spot so good. Other than the fact that you can enjoy your drinks while looking at the The Cathedral of Basilica St. John the Baptist. Doesn’t get much better than that.
Fox and Fig Cafe
321 Habersham Street in Historic Downtown Savannah
Looking for a plant based option? This little cafe nestled next to Troup Square offers a diverse plant-based selection of food and beverage. Something that we love is the Hot Spiced Cider and the Chipotle Mac, which is the best plant-based mac-and-cheese you’ll every have.
The Sentient Bean
13 E Park Ave in the Victorian District
Another cafe located on the outskirts of Forsyth Park. The perfect spot to grab a coffee and go explore all that the park has to offer. The vibe is a bit hippie-ish with outdoor seating available. This is another vegan friendly joint that does not disappoint!
234 Bull Street in Historic Downtown Savannah
Think of the Friends cafe but in Savannah! This cafe is a total vibe, offering tons of comfy seating, strong coffee, and delicious pastries. Another perk about this joint, they also serve wine and charcuterie. A very relaxing spot to sit and read or get some work done (they have free wifi!). Located on the Chippewa Square, where Forrest Gump was filmed!
4517 Habersham Street in Midtown
Hello Habersham Village! The newly renovated Coffee Deli is a central hub for everyone and surely you’ll run into someone you know. In need of a coffee from a local coffee shop? Make sure to stop by Coffee Deli. Offering a variety of coffees, hot and cold sandwiches and salads!