With so many great features over the last year, it’s hard to choose just one that we love the most! But if you find yourself sitting in a waiting room, having a lazy day or just wanting to know ALL that Savannah has to offer. Then please peruse below to see some of Scout’s earlier features that you may have missed.


Finn & Quinn: A small batch artisanal ice cream maker. They produce a small quantity of pints which gives them the ability to focus on quality without compromising the integrity of the ice cream. Scout can attest, all of the batches are delish!

GB Lobster: Anthony Scarpulla and his trusty companion Ghostbuster (chief taste tester) are the co-owners of G.B. Lobster at 518 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.

Brunch at St. Neo’s: St. Neo’s is a seafood brasserie and oyster bar with a Southern accent. It is a modern, stylish spot at 7 Drayton Street that checks all of the boxes and then some.

Takeout Tuesday The Black Rabbit: Retro vibes and great sandwiches. That’s the theme at The Black Rabbit, a cool spot on Barnard and Henry, serving sandwiches, salads, soups and daily specials.

Local Flavor-Brigitte Harley of Water Witch Tiki: Water Witch Tiki serves up tiki cocktails with mariner myths and local lore of an ill-fated warship.


Water Witch Tiki


11 Insider Tips to Savannah Rooftop Bars: In this feature we will share the best tips from the professionals that are there everyday on how to get the ultimate rooftop experience.

My Favorite Things by Libbie Summers: A comprehensive guide (with details) of some of Savannah’s finest establishments.

Ways to Cut Loose on the Weekdays: To break your rut, we’ve got a few weekday evening ideas for you to escape the grind.

How to Spend the Day with your Dog in Savannah: Scout has a few suggestions for you and your furry friend to spend a whole day of quality time together from coffee right through to dessert.

Date Night on a Dime: Even penny-pinching couples deserve a few fun, romantic experiences.


The Fitzroy Rooftop


Marsh & Co: The store is part of the “maker movement” where handmade and local goods are carefully curated from talented artists and makers from the coast and then brought together under one roof.

Asher + Rye: Asher + Rye is the place where their Scandinavian sensibilities meet the Lowcountry, and to tell that story, they’ve curated different experiences throughout so you can get up close and personal with all of them.

JKH Ceramics: Shoppers at JKH Ceramics at 106 E. 40th St. will find pieces suited to every purpose and style, whether it’s sculptural statement vases, platters or dishes not to mention a variety of jewelry.

Local Flavor-Morgan Bryant owner of Morgan Rae Boutique: Stop by 301 W Broughton St, Unit B, shop online or book a private styling and shopping appointment.

Grand Opening Merchants on Bee: It is an eclectic mix of painters, potters and ceramic artists, jewelers, local antique/vintage dealers, wood turners, furniture makers, up cyclers, interior designers, photographers, mosaic artists and so many more.

Photo by Asher + Rye


Morsel Meals: A delicious, nutritious and healthy meal delivery service

Blend & Press Juice Bar: The Bar provides a grab & go solution to your wellness needs by offering elevated plant powered food, juice & lifestyle products.

Kaitlyn Johnson of Peacefully Rooted: Peacefully Rooted is a therapeutic company that plants seeds of whole-body wellness in massage, meditation, sound/vibrational therapy, and qigong.

Why Stretching…StretchZone has all the answers:  Read to find out how stretching can definitely be the main event, improving posture and circulation and mobility no matter your fitness level.

Local Flavor-Cameron Scott: If you want to start an exercise regime but are not sure where to begin, then look no further than Cameron Scott.


Photo by Morsel Meals