Shop The Paris Market & Brocante

June 27th, 2020 by Corey Edwards

Paris Market and BrocanteLooking for a unique experience plus a little something to take home with you? Look no further than Savannah’s Paris Market and Brocante. This fascinating boutique is equal parts European bazaar, curiosity museum, and lifestyle shop.

If you enjoy shopping, either the serious kind or just perusing window displays, Savannah has plenty and then some. The Hostess City is home to a great many independent boutiques, small galleries, and family-run stores – not just the big name stores you find everywhere (though we have those, too).

Shops, galleries, and dining options are all within easy walking and driving distance of our downtown Savannah Inn. Antiques, upcycled furniture, imports, Fair Trade jewelry, paintings, pottery, one-of-a-kind curiosities, and so much more! (more…)

Savannah City Market – Shopping, Dining, Art, & Entertainment

August 26th, 2019 by Corey Edwards

Savannah City MarketSavannah City Market is four blocks of open-air shopping, dining, art, entertainment, and history. In fact, with little exception, the property has been Savannah’s central marketplace since the 1700’s!

When it comes to shopping, dining, art, entertainment, and history, the city of Savannah has it all. Not every part of the city has as strong a concentration of all these things as the City Market, however. Just 2 blocks from River Street, by 1755 the spot was already a bustling hive of farmers, fishers, and tradespeople hawking their wares.

Yet Savannah City Market has long been more than just a simple center of commerce.

While 18th century Savannahians would not recognize today’s City Market, they would definitely be familiar with its position as an important city social hub. So important, in fact, that even a series of devastating changes and disasters could not keep the City Market down. (more…)