Fine steaks and seafood in the City Market district. Highlights include the house-made crab cakes (and she-crab stew), the fresh shrimp, greens and grits, the smoked salmon, and the lip-smacking Angus beef steaks. Save room for Marlowe’s white-chocolate cheesecake. Sunday brunch comes with a complimentary glass of sparkling wine. The beautiful red-brick premises were built in 1902 for Savannah’s Hebrew Congregation. W.T. Belford, a successful food wholesaler, purchased the building in 1913.
- Frommer's Staff