22 Square Restaurant & Bar
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Sun 12:00PM - 2:00PM 2:15PM - 10:00PM
Mon - Sat 4:00PM - 11:00PM
Visiting for the weekend
Amazing from start to finish
This restaurant is a hidden gem and the chef and staff were excellent. In a nicely edited menu we chose a tasty crab cake, truffle shrimp and grits and a tomato and buratta appetizer that we loved. A meaningful fine dining experience with a view of a bustling square, a perfect Savannah evening.
22 Square is a great restaurant. The food was really outstanding. We were a little worried when we got there because we were the only ones in the restaurant. I am telling you, the good people of Savannah and its many visitors are missing out. Folks should really give this place a try. Most of the people in our party had the blackened snapper which was the fresh catch of the day. It was really outstanding. I also recommend the Ahi Poke appetizer. Do yourself a favor and try 22 Square!!!
Everything was spot on! Perfectly cooked steaks, and great meal!
Our second time at 22 Square and our experience was once again outstanding. Love the use of locally sourced seafood, meats, and produce which is wonderfully prepared. Service was also outstanding. Great location just off Ellis Square. We will be back.
We went for a bachelorette party with a group of 6 on a Friday night. We had a 6:30 reservation and I had called to push it back to 6:45 and they said they couldn’t so I expected the restaurant to be packed when we got there. However, there were only 3 other tables seated when we arrived, and the restaurant never really filled up. By the end of the night, there was only 1 other table and our food still took forever. However the food was delish. A bit overpriced - would not recommend.
Wonderful and nice fresh food!
Buttermilk chicken was incredible
The staff was friendly. The food was amazing. The service was VERY slow. We were virtually the only table and drinks took almost 20 minutes to get to our table for each round.
we ate at 5 pm on a sunday,we were the only guests at the time. the service was very good. the food was a little on the high side but the food is outstanding,i don't care about the price if it's good so this was not a issue.
Food was excellent. My wife and I shared a crab cake and a filet. Crab cake may have been the best I have ever had. And the filet was one of the best in recent memory. Only thing lacking was the atmosphere. Felt like I was eating at a hotel instead of a fine restaurant. But I will be back no matter.... food is just that good!
What an awesome experience! The food was phenomenal, the service was awesome, and the cocktails were amazing. We will definitely be back.
22 Square is located inside the Andaz hotel. When we first walked in we waited about 5 min at the desk for someone to greet us. We had a 7:15 reservation and where seated right away once someone helped us. My problem was the service really. We waited about 15 minutes for someone to come take our drink order, we were about to walk out. There are about 15 tables in This place and only 5 had customers the whole time w 2 waitresses. Our waitress was very nice though I will give her that. I had the shrimp and grits, it was a little greasy but still good. The smothered pork chop was soggy an awful my husband eats EVERYTHING and he didn't like it. It was nice to try but sadly I wouldnt go back.
This was not at all as expected, a very small dining area inside a hotel... The service was good, the appetizers were really good, main courses were terrible, dessert was good. Zero ambiance...We enjoy trying different restaurants for restaurant week every year but we will definitely not be coming back here...
Had a very good meal during restaurant week. All of the appetizers, entrees, and desserts that we tried were excellent. Accompanying wines were unusual vineyards but excellent quality. Myonly issue, and a small one, was that my meal was supposed to include hush puppies. When I pointed this out to the waitress, she did bring them to the table but they were cold and not very edible. Everything else was really well done. My appetizer, the gumbo, was as good if not better than any I have had in Louisiana. My wife's filet mignon was absolutely perfect - tender, well seasoned. My red fish filet was baked to perfection as well. Desserts were decadent as they should be. Highly recommended.
The food was fresh and wonderful. There was a screaming baby at the next table so not much ambience but can’t say enough about the food.
Everything was delicious!
This place is in a hotel lobby which was a surprise. We arrived early and they were very flustered as it quickly was apparent that they only had 2 people working. We decided to order drinks at the bar while we waited and quickly found they couldn’t make any of the drinks listed on the online menu. Then before the drinks were ready they came to seat us. We went in the dining room and we were the ONLY table there at 8 on a Saturday night. Made the feel very odd but we ordered. We split the chicken just cause we weren’t sure and it was actually really good. So not a bad place just need to be ready for a slower place.
The food and service were both excellent.
Food was incredible, but service was terrible.
We had a party of 8 plus 3 children and everyone’s food was awesome.
Limited menu, kitchen ran out of 3 popular entree items. How can you run out of chicken?? I ended up with a “grouper type fish” according to the waitress. It was over cooked. Probably won’t be back.
Wkend in Savannah for a vacation - restaurant was basically empty. 2 couples there at 8 PM on a Wednesday and it was empty an hr later.
Food was good- ginger chicken was excellent and fried eggplant was good , though had way too much tomato sauce on top.
Portions are large. Bread was amazing!
Confused as to why no customers were there- food was good!
Good price for great food! Definitely amazed at how well it was to be in the hotel!
Service and food were fantastic. The fresh backed bread was out of this world! We will definitely be back.
The service was slow . Our waitress was also the hostess and had 4 tables. We only stayed of one hour which allowed us to eat just an appetizer. We shared the Fried Green tomatoes. The favor of the sauce was good. Just a little noisy.
I would recommend only if the service was better. We waited nearly an hour prior to being served. Luckily the food was good. Also, the drinks were good...but, they too took a very long time to arrive. We actually had to flag our attendant several times to get service. Not Good!
I'm not sure the problem, as the restaurant was only at half capacity.
I've been to this property several times, but will likely not return. Too many other options in Savannah.
This was possibly the worst dining experience I have ever had, certainly the worst with Open Table. The food was ok at best, the service, abysmal. When we were seated, we were the only party and it took almost an hour and a half to get our meals. During this time, never once did the server bother to explain or apologize for the length of the wait. When the food finally arrived, it was in various stages of temperatures. We even had to ask for the check several times. Also, we were charged for a "large party" which I have never seen for less than six (6) diners. We were five. Nowhere on the menu was this mentioned, nor by anyone.
We had high hopes for the meal and were sorely disappointed .
Great gluten free options. Including gluten free bread with whipped ricotta. Meals were excellent and our server was wonderful.
The food was not well seasoned, mac was bland. One waitress worked the restaurant area and bar.
Not great. Didn’t have several items on menu and didn’t mention that until we were ordering. Asked me if I wanted my rose in a glass!!?(apparently it came in a can but really?). Then did not bring my second glass. At end of meal came asking if I wanted the ordered second rose saying there was none cooled. Did not register my appetizer order so had to ask and came out later. Food ok but generally meh.
As always we enjoyed our meal! My wife tried the heirloom tomatoes and burrata - will definitely have that again. I enjoyed my wedge with blue cheese and bacon. Ashley was great as our server.
I was looking forward to eating here as my last meal in Savannah but the overall experience was not a pleasant one. Very limited wine selection for dinner and the ones on the menu were at a ridiculous mark up! $48 dollars for $15 bottle. Our server said she was training someone so both would be helping but seemed both seemed and confused. After ordering dinner we never saw them again. They asked if we wanted bread but never delivered it, the hostess refilled our water and brought our bread out (30 min after the server asked), then they brought our food. Again the server(s) never even came to check on us. I had filet which was ok and my friend the rib eye and it was very fatty. Needless to say for over $100 for 2 of us, I was very disappointed.
The chef did an outstanding job. Our meals were excellent. He even walked past our table to greet us.
Our service was slow. Not from the kitchen but the servers. We had 2 servers and there were only 4 tables filled at that time. We couldn’t figure where they kept disappearing and why they were disappearing.
I would strongly suggest to give them a try for the quality of the food if nothing else.
We are glad we did !
Wonderful hideout for high profile meal with great service. Our party of 8 loved it!
We went with out of town company and they thoroughly enjoyed the evening. The portions of food were generous and delicious and the service was great. Not many patrons there so the noise level was very low allowing for a good visit. Would recommend the restaurant for any occasion
4 couples with a 7 pm reservation. We had tickets to a 9pm event. We were finished eating at 8:30, requested the check at 8:45, did not get the check until 9:25. We were never approached once with an apology. Every person from our table had to get up at separate times to inquire as to what the hold up was. We were told it caused a problem because each couple wanted separate checks. Give me a break, that’s standard practice. Also, sparkling wine was 17$ a glass and was flat. Would not go again.