Vic's On the River

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26 East Bay Street, Savannah, GA, USA - (912) 721-1000
Vic's On the River - 
Sherman Map that was found in 1901, it was hand drawn by Union soldiers during the war detailing Gen Sherman's march from Tennessee through Georgia.
Vic's On the River - grilled meatloaf
Vic's On the River - grilled meatloaf
Vic's On the River - Grilled Salmon with stoned ground grits.
Vic's On the River - Grilled Salmon with stoned ground grits.
Vic's On the River - Vic's on the River
Vic's On the River - The view from Vic's Main Dining room where the map on the wall is located.

Vic's On the River Savannah Reviews

Sheila_0808 Sheila_0…
9 reviews
Vic's on the River restaurant Nov 01, 2008
The restaurant is located in East River Street on the fourth floor overlooking the Savannah river.One of the oldest place in the city.The place used to be a warehouse and used it a cotton exchanged.

My friend and had lunch here on our last day visiting Savannah, Georgia.

Friendly and good service i enjoyed my Salmon with ground stone grits and topped with sauteed spinach for lunch.My friend opted for the grill meatloaf with onion.

If you are planning of going to visit Savannah don't forget to stop by and try this place as it is one of the best restaurant in River Street.
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Sherman Map that was found in 19…
grilled meatloaf
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Deb Deb
4 reviews
Aug 11, 2007
This is an elegant, yet casual dining experience, in the heart of Savannah. I've been able to try both lunch and dinner here, and I was pleasantly pleased each time. There is live entertainment (piano player, accompanied by a singer in the evening) and a view of the Savannah River. Pricing for lunch ranges from $7-$13, while dinner is in the $20-something range.

The choices are mixed, including seafood, pork, beef & salads. I went with the most southern choices... a Fried Green Tomato BLT w/goat cheese on sourdough w/sun-dried tomato pesto with a side of grits for lunch...and Wild Georgia Shrimp & stone ground grits & a side of cornbread for dinner. Fantastic! Vic's serves the best grits I've ever tasted.

Reservations are a must for dinners on the weekend...I got lucky with a seat at the bar on a Friday night...otherwise the wait would have been 3 hrs!
Vic's on the River
AtlantaScottyV AtlantaS…
39 reviews
May 13, 2006
We were strolling along Riverstreet in Savannah after our drive from Atlanta, which in case you've never been, is loaded with tourists and the selection of businesses and dining establishments along the river tend to reflect that sort of mentality. Mostly bar-type restaurants with burgers, wings and seafood that shouldn't really qualify as "fresh local seafood" since it came out of the freezer. Then we happened along a lady sitting behind a podium asking everyone to go upstairs via the elevator to Vic's. And boy are we glad we did! Situated in a former cotton warehouse on Savannah's historic River Street District that was built in 1858, the building was onceoccupied by Sherman'sofficers during the War Between the States (a.k.a. Civil War even though it wasn't a 'civil war') as offices and planning space. A map that was hand drawn by Union soldiers detailing Sherman's march through Tennesseehad been covered by plaster and duringa renovation of the building in 1901 was rediscovered. The map has been covered and framed and to this day adorns the wall of the dining room over looking the Savannah River and River Street. The service in this restaurant with hardwood floors and high ceilings is absolutely fantastic! The staff is very attentive and the food is "to die for." Growing up on the coast, I'm particular about how my seafood is cooked - SO many people over cook shrimp until they're though and hard. Vic's cooked and seasoned everything just right. Can't wait to visit this location on a future visit to Savannah.
The view from Vic's Main Dining ro…

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