Whether you’re new to Savannah or bored at home on the weekend, discovering local events near you can be tricky. After all, people usually find out what’s happening around town by word of mouth or social media. But what happens when you are social distanced and you may not be a follower to all that Savannah has to offer. It’s easy…check out Scout Savannah every Friday for the Weekend Buzz and don’t miss the upcoming events feature at the bottom of the site for daily and additional weekend events as well.


Weekend of May 15-17

No. 6

Take a watercolor class with Ana Leonardi right from the comfort of your own home. Follow Ana on Instagram and she will give you all the details including a list of supplies needed. A fun family project Saturday at 2:00 pm that everyone will enjoy.

No. 5

Check out Savannah’s newest food truck Bojangles at Isle of Hope Baptist Church on Friday from 11:00am to 8:00pm and for a bonus River Street Sweets is also there with dessert.

No. 4

Forsyth Farmer’s Market is open so spend the morning outdoors looking for all the farms you read about in ScoutSavannah.com

No. 3

Get a sandwich at Cohen’s Retreat and do some “tailgating” while you sit in the back of a pick up and dine from a social distance.


No. 2

Be one of the first to get Drippity Drop Fruited Sour Ale with raspberries from Service Brewing and pick up a curbside burger from Farm Bluffton. The beer garden is open at Service with limited seating capacity.

No. 1

Get off your sofa, take a shower, look at Scout’s list of restaurants open for seated dining and get out there (safely)!