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Dessert Tour (6/16/20)

Don’t forget, dessert tour every night at 5:00pm. We love our guests: https://southernflavorssavannah.com/tours/dessert-tour/ #savannah #foodie #tour

Picture Of The Day June 16, 2020

The DeSoto Hilton has a rich history.  It was named for the Spanish explorer Hernando de Soto who was the first European to set foot in South Carolina, just across the river from Savannah. The original DeSoto was built in 1890 and was called one of the grandest hotels in the South.  It hosted a number of…

Picture Of The Day June 15, 2020

Join us for fun and delicious food and history walking tours of Historic downtown Savannah. Visit restaurants and eateries while learning the history of the city. Food tastings and a drink (sweet tea, soda, water) are included in the ticket price. Southern Flavors Savannah taste tours are three-hour tasting and walking tours that take guests…

Savannah’s Haunted Pubs! (6/15/20)

What bar would be complete without a few ghosts? Drink up and learn some of the haunted histories of the city…if you dare! This two-hour walking tour of Savannah’s most haunted and historic pubs is for ages 21 and up. You might want to sleep with the lights on after this tour! 21+ Only. 2-hour…

Our Dessert Tour (6/15/20)

Discover our local sweet spot! Every tour goes down better with a spoonful of sugar. Learn about the city’s history while nibbling scrumptious sweets throughout Historic downtown Savannah. Visit various restaurants and eateries known for their tasty desserts. Visit the famous Cheesecake Market at Tondee’s Tavern, and learn the history behind the famous Mabel’s on…

Picture Of The Day June 12, 2020

Join us for fun and delicious food and history walking tours of Historic downtown Savannah. Visit restaurants and eateries while learning the history of the city. Food tastings and a drink (sweet tea, soda, water) are included in the ticket price. Southern Flavors Savannah taste tours are three-hour tasting and walking tours that take guests…

The William Kehoe House, 1892

The Kehoe House is the stunning architectural masterpiece of William Kehoe, an Irish immigrant to Savannah. The home was built in 1892 by Mr. Kehoe, a local iron foundry owner. He had the home built for his lovely family, his wife Annie and and their 10 children. If you look at this amazing property, you…

John David Mongin House, 1797, Savannah

One of just a handful of 18th-century houses remaining in Savannah, the Mongin House (known for a time as the Capital Dwelling House and now known as the Mongin-Carswell House) was relocated here from another lot on Warren Square and remodeled to its present condition in 1964. Mongin (1763-1833) set about building it as soon…

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