Before the Starland District became what it is today, this local bakery gained popularity for its pastries and James Beard-nominated cookbook. Their Southern-style biscuits are often sold out, so head over there early.
The neighborhood centers around Starland Yard, a shipping container park. You’ll find Vittoria Pizzeria Napoletana (an authentic Neapolitan pizzeria), a rotating selection of food trucks, and the Yard Bar, which offers local beer on tap.
This neighborhood corner store is inspired by Korean shops. It sells its version of Montreal-style bagels, boiled in malt and honey water. They’re then filled with delicious schmears like kimchi and lemon caper spreads.
Set in a 1900 mansion, Elizabeth on 37th has won awards for its coastal Southern cuisine. The restaurant opened in 1981 when the Starland District wasn’t yet dreamed up and has remained one of Savannah’s best restaurants.
Just about everything in this restaurant is made in-house, from the ketchup to salad dressing. Ingredients are sourced locally, so it’s no wonder their grass-fed burgers have won awards.
This eclectic eatery feels straight out of Austin. It’s somewhere you can find lattes with freshly roasted beans from nearby Perc Coffee, in addition to Texas-style kolaches and tacos.