Foxy Loxy is one of Savannah’s most beloved coffee joints. The eclectic house-turned-café is divided into distinct areas: the main room and upstairs, where there’s a balcony and some incredibly comfortable rocking chairs. There’s also the enclosed patio outside, where you can sit ‘round a picnic table or on wrought iron chairs and enjoy the Savannah weather.
Okay, this is technically a store—brocante literally means flea market. But we couldn’t help list this place because, firstly, it’s gorgeous in its Parisian excess and secondly, they serve macarons. Located on the corner of Broughton and Whitaker, the Paris Market attracts the eyes of locals and visitors alike because it’s quaintly French and their stock is an array of varied little treasures.
The indoor seating area is cozy and woody in just the right way, a Zen retreat, the Shire and a medieval abode all blended into the Savannah atmosphere. It’s a peaceful haven in the noisy side of Habersham and it’s so very welcomed. The drinks range from the basics to the vanilla hazelnut yerba mate, a treat you’ve probably never had before. Try it out, trust us. It’s almost better than coffee and it goes perfectly with the sweet rolls available.
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The café and eatery is modeled after Melbourne’s historic Collins Street, a relaxed environment for a meeting with friends or a quick bite out. Collins Quarter has it all: a menu that is filled with local, fresh ingredients from brunch to dinnertime and a friendly staff that’s ready to recommend which champagne, wine, or craft brew is perfect to go with your dish.
The Sentient Bean is Savannah’s only vegetarian restaurant, a conscious eatery that serves only organic and fair trade coffee. The warm colors and open space make up the inviting sitting area where you can come and enjoy a hot cup of Nicaraguan coffee and a still-warm scone.
The Blue Door serves waffles with any sort of topping you could think of. Fresh fruit, whipped cream, Nutella are just a few of the treats you can put on top. If you lack a sweet tooth, then get a waffle with pulled chicken and mustard or a classic ham and Swiss. The Blue Door’s got it all figured out for you, just order and wait to be impressed.
The open-plan café is a literal gallery, coffee shop and bakery. Seating is eclectic, with antique armchairs surrounding low coffee tables and cozy nooks for the lonely reader. The loose-leaf tea is served on a press, their cheesecake is probably the best in town, and they usually brew blends from all over—our favorite hails from Honduras.
Coffee-wise, they roast such a variety of flavors and blends that there’s bound to be a couple that you’ll love. If you’re ordering in, get the Mexican mocha and sip it from one of the armchairs nestled in the large but cozy coffee shop.