Best Savannah Cafes - Cute & Quality
If you're looking for great coffee in Savannah, I have just the place for you. When I get a day off the first thing I want to do is mosey to a cafe in the morning to journal, read and have a nice latte. However, as cliche and insta as its sounds, I do like a nice coffee shop that is cute and has great ambiance. The ones listed below are for sure my favorite spots for a nice coffee and some you can work remotely if needed. There are plenty of other cafes in Savannah, but trust me, these are the best.
7 Places • ago
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As part of the mission of HayeWanderer to live out the 'Haye' lifestyle, I am daring others to make connections and meaningful interactions.1. Buy the coffee for someone behind you and ask them about themselves and find a commonality2. Find someone at your cafe that you genuinely want to compliment and do it. (Could be their smile, laugh, style, sticker on laptop, or a backpack) Learn more about them if you can! 3. Share your experiences from these cafes with me! @HayeWanderer and #HayeDare

Origin Coffee Bar
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I wasn't able to get here before we left Savannah but my friend did and he loved it! He ended up staying longer than he planned and getting to coffees. (He is very pedantic about his coffee)
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Mirabelle Savannah
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Lovely cafe across the street from the Cathedral. Offering great views and really tasty coffee. There does tend to be a line but it moves quickly. There are some outdoor patio tables and some seats inside. I wouldn't plan on doing any laptop work here.
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Java Burrito Company
@EbbEsseTravel
Bonus: Coffee & a burrito! I love this spot as it's a little off the beaten track of the main drag and has some great shops around. The burritos are also tasty!
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Franklin's
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Franklin's is in such a nice area, close to shopping and hotels. There isn't a ton of seating so you want to snag a spot when you can. The drinks are good, but the best part is the people watching from the windows to Liberty. Loads of dogs and tourists.
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PERC Coffee
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Set in an old abandoned building on the south end of town. They utilize the charm of the old building by keeping the exposed brick and single pane windows. With small outdoor patio and good indoor seating, you can definitely bring your computer and hang here for a while. The coffee is so good!
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Fox and Fig Cafe
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Yes, this is a vegan restaurant but they also have some nice coffee and a great little patio space that you can relax on. It's always nice to have the option to have a bit more food especially if you plan to hang for a while. The food is so good!
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Foxy Loxy Cafe
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Bonus: Coffee & tacos! What could be better. You can grab and coffee and order tacos from the counter all while working away on your computer or chatting with your friends. There's a great little back patio that seems to fill quickly! It's in my favorite area of town, the Starland district.
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As a yacht stewardess & globe-trotter, I've traveled to 29 countries and 30 US states. Let me share my experiences, expertise and insights with you! I want to do the grunt work, the research and all the parts you find stressful so you can enjoy your holiday. I want to feed your soul with travel, experiences and strolling down the path a little less traveled. I always strive for areas off the beaten path, hidden gems and local eateries to experience the area like a local. Don't get me wrong, I still love the beaten path but there's great satisfaction in finding something different away from chaos that truly feeds your soul. Contact me for custom guides, itinerary plans or even travel bookings! Feel free to reach out to me: @ ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Little more about me: My love for travel began as a teenager exploring Europe for the first time. Now, I'm a Yacht Stewardess onboard luxury super-yachts. Overtime, traveling became an obsession and now career. - In 2008 I went on a Europe trip with my high school photography class, this changed my entire world. - Once in college, age 21, I studied abroad in Den Hague, Netherlands. Traveling to new places any chance I got! I learned it wasn't as scary, expensive or as complicated as I had always thought. - After college, I spent two years working in Marketing for a vacation rental company, but wanted to see these places rather than look at photos all day. (while also working in service too) - In September of 2019, I began to work as a Yacht Stewardess on board luxury yachts and went to numerous islands and locations I could've only dreamed of. - Now at age 31, I've visited 29 countries and 30 US states and I am building my own travel business! Booking travel, creating itineraries and providing recommendations. - I'm also a travel photographer, pilates & yoga instructor. - In my spare time I love hiking, camping, photography, live music, a nice cafe and a crafted cocktail. I suppose a good book wouldn't hurt either.
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Best Savannah Cafes - Cute & Quality
If you're looking for great coffee in Savannah, I have just the place for you. When I get a day off the first thing I want to do is mosey to a cafe in the morning to journal, read and have a nice latte. However, as cliche and insta as its sounds, I do like a nice coffee shop that is cute and has great ambiance. The ones listed below are for sure my favorite spots for a nice coffee and some you can work remotely if needed. There are plenty of other cafes in Savannah, but trust me, these are the best.
7 Places • ago
Free

HayeDare

As part of the mission of HayeWanderer to live out the 'Haye' lifestyle, I am daring others to make connections and meaningful interactions.1. Buy the coffee for someone behind you and ask them about themselves and find a commonality2. Find someone at your cafe that you genuinely want to compliment and do it. (Could be their smile, laugh, style, sticker on laptop, or a backpack) Learn more about them if you can! 3. Share your experiences from these cafes with me! @HayeWanderer and #HayeDare

Origin Coffee Bar
@EbbEsseTravel
I wasn't able to get here before we left Savannah but my friend did and he loved it! He ended up staying longer than he planned and getting to coffees. (He is very pedantic about his coffee)
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Mirabelle Savannah
@EbbEsseTravel
Lovely cafe across the street from the Cathedral. Offering great views and really tasty coffee. There does tend to be a line but it moves quickly. There are some outdoor patio tables and some seats inside. I wouldn't plan on doing any laptop work here.
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Java Burrito Company
@EbbEsseTravel
Bonus: Coffee & a burrito! I love this spot as it's a little off the beaten track of the main drag and has some great shops around. The burritos are also tasty!
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Details
Franklin's
@EbbEsseTravel
Franklin's is in such a nice area, close to shopping and hotels. There isn't a ton of seating so you want to snag a spot when you can. The drinks are good, but the best part is the people watching from the windows to Liberty. Loads of dogs and tourists.
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Details
PERC Coffee
@EbbEsseTravel
Set in an old abandoned building on the south end of town. They utilize the charm of the old building by keeping the exposed brick and single pane windows. With small outdoor patio and good indoor seating, you can definitely bring your computer and hang here for a while. The coffee is so good!
Add to
Details
Fox and Fig Cafe
@EbbEsseTravel
Yes, this is a vegan restaurant but they also have some nice coffee and a great little patio space that you can relax on. It's always nice to have the option to have a bit more food especially if you plan to hang for a while. The food is so good!
Add to
Details
Foxy Loxy Cafe
@EbbEsseTravel
Bonus: Coffee & tacos! What could be better. You can grab and coffee and order tacos from the counter all while working away on your computer or chatting with your friends. There's a great little back patio that seems to fill quickly! It's in my favorite area of town, the Starland district.
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As a yacht stewardess & globe-trotter, I've traveled to 29 countries and 30 US states. Let me share my experiences, expertise and insights with you! I want to do the grunt work, the research and all the parts you find stressful so you can enjoy your holiday. I want to feed your soul with travel, experiences and strolling down the path a little less traveled. I always strive for areas off the beaten path, hidden gems and local eateries to experience the area like a local. Don't get me wrong, I still love the beaten path but there's great satisfaction in finding something different away from chaos that truly feeds your soul. Contact me for custom guides, itinerary plans or even travel bookings! Feel free to reach out to me: @ ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Little more about me: My love for travel began as a teenager exploring Europe for the first time. Now, I'm a Yacht Stewardess onboard luxury super-yachts. Overtime, traveling became an obsession and now career. - In 2008 I went on a Europe trip with my high school photography class, this changed my entire world. - Once in college, age 21, I studied abroad in Den Hague, Netherlands. Traveling to new places any chance I got! I learned it wasn't as scary, expensive or as complicated as I had always thought. - After college, I spent two years working in Marketing for a vacation rental company, but wanted to see these places rather than look at photos all day. (while also working in service too) - In September of 2019, I began to work as a Yacht Stewardess on board luxury yachts and went to numerous islands and locations I could've only dreamed of. - Now at age 31, I've visited 29 countries and 30 US states and I am building my own travel business! Booking travel, creating itineraries and providing recommendations. - I'm also a travel photographer, pilates & yoga instructor. - In my spare time I love hiking, camping, photography, live music, a nice cafe and a crafted cocktail. I suppose a good book wouldn't hurt either.
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