Firefly Cafe, overlooking Troup Square, in Savannah, has the best Sunday brunch in town. They have outdoor tables, so on a pretty day, it's such a fun place to eat. We eat lunch, during the week too. I just had Carolina trout with brown butter, honey, and pecans...yum! We sat outside, in February, and it was gorgeous! :)
Red Door Cafe. There are 6 small tables in this whole quirky place. The owner/waiter is probably the most charming dude you’ve ever met. The food is art and comes like sculptures. It’s a real San Francisco experience. No reservations, just go and wait. Open for Lunch and Brunch.
Clints Ice Cream. They had a lot of weird flavors. Bubble Gum ice cream with a dangerous choice. Blue ice cream crammed full of frozen gum balls. There was a high risk of choking on the gum balls with eating the ice cream. It was not a very fun flavor. After it closed, the new owners turned the place into a french restaurant. They were not able to remove the giant concrete ice cream cone on the roof, so they painted it to look like a cartoon chef.
Now, this was the crew’s first trip to Leland, so we needed a nice place to stay; a great place to eat “and” we also wanted to learn a little history about the area. So, on a tip from our new friends at BaaBaaZuZu we discovered The Historic Riverside Inn. It’s a 107 year old inn and gourmet restaurant that’s located right on the Leland River, just a block from town. People say it’s one of the most romantic places you can visit in Michigan. Great...I’m with the crew. Owner and inn keeper…