Inside this unusually pretty gas station, fill up on iced tea with a splash of their pineapple-infused lemonade. Then, stock up at the deli counter and cheese case for all the makings of a perfect picnic on your way to Forsyth Park.
The Classic: Marshall House. The story goes that Mary Marshall’s father, a French cabinetmaker, built the Marshall House in 1851 as Savannah’s first hotel, before it was seized by Union troops to use as a hospital during the Civil War. Today, the restored 68-room inn is a luxury landmark on Broughton Street with its green shutters and 16-bay wrought-iron veranda