Husk - Savannah
highlights the unique ingredients of coastal Georgia. Located on W. Oglethorpe St. in the heart of
Savannah’s Landmark Historic District, the restaurant is situated on what is known to be one of the most
haunted blocks in the city. Originally built in 1898, the building has a vibrant history and plenty of (ghost)
stories to share. The cuisine of Husk Savannah upholds a strictly Southern philosophy –
working with local farmers and purveyors for a menu of exclusively Southern-grown ingredients.
Tried-and-true techniques of seed-saving, heirloom husbandry, in-house pickling and charcuterie
programs by the culinary team are the basis of Husk’s offerings with a menu that changes twice daily.
Sat, Sun 10:00 am–2:00 pm
Mon–Fri 11:30 am–2:00 pm
Mon–Thu, Sun 5:30 pm–10:00 pm
Fri, Sat 5:30 pm–11:00 pm
The Independent Room at Husk Savannah is a private dining and events space that offers the opportunity for a customized and exclusive Husk experience. The Independent Room occupies the third floor of the restaurant, overlooking Oglethorpe Avenue and the Independent Church of Savannah, providing an intimate and private setting. The Independent Room accommodates up to 24 seated guests for dinner and 36 for a reception.
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Brunch was delightful. One of the best meals we’ve had in a while.
We had an 8pm reservation and were not seated until 8:45-8:50. Food was okay but not stellar. Disappointed.
Went for a family birthday celebration and had a great evening - took waiter's advice on food selections to share at each course, along with mains. Would recommend a quieter setting for a family dinner next time, the big room for a more rowdy scene if out with friends.
The uniqueness of the food was tremendous. Our server Susan, was incredibly knowledgeable and helpful in our food and wine selection. She really made the evening very special for us. Never hesitated about content of food or ingredients. Again, she made our evening spectacular.
Fine dining restaurant at a very reasonable price. Ambience was excellent, food very good, service great. A restaurant I will return to every time I’m in Savannah
Saturday brunch at Husk was a perfect way to start the weekend. Loved the varied menu choices. I strayed from my usual Husk burger and opted for the steak and eggs. The skirt steak was deliciously marinated and cooked to order. My husband stayed with the burger and it didn’t disappoint. Juanita, the chef of burgers, hits it out of the park time and time again. Lovely atmosphere, great service, delicious food. Husk Savannah is a winner.
We were visiting Savannah and picked Husk because I’ve been to the other locations. I was very impressed and appreciative they printed “Happy birthday” on the menu since my birthday is coming up in a few days. (I assume open table provided that information to them.) One person in our group is a vegetarian and there are not a lot of vegetarian options other than an uninteresting salad and a couple of sides. Could add a vegetarian soup, something with protein and portions could be a little bigger. Overall, food and experience were good.
Ema was amazing, she was knowledgeable of every item on the menu down to where the knives were made. Good food even better service, ask for EMA she won’t disappoint!!!
Everything was fabulous from the drinks all the way to dessert. We even had a wonderful waitress. We all will be returning and soon!
Our third visit to Husk, second time this trip to Savannah. Went for dinner with 6 guests. Ordered oysters, great variety however costly at $3.50 an oyster. Had at least 7 starters, pimento cheese was the favorite. Too many benne wafers with everything. Entrees were okay, but not spectacular? As a chef I get the local ingredients and Husk does it extremely well, just fell short this time with taste and flavors. Two were not big fans of the shrimp & grit rendition FYI
Local cheese plate was a life saver after dinner.
Music did not fit, too loud, too modern. Room temperature was cold also, it is January.
Service was/seemed pretentious and this came through with most staff on both dinning experiences. Not sure how to place an exact explanation. The management and staff should remember "we" are in Savannah and not forget a warm hospitality the south is well know for.
Great space, great food and great service. Enjoyed everything from A to Z.
Went to HUSK on Sunday for brunch. Nice Sunday menu offerings. Paris was the server, could use some practice/support on opening a bottle of wine for service. Cuisine was creative and tasted good. A 62 degree poached egg does not allow the whites to set and they DO remain raw. Not as a white should be served. Therefore the Benedict offering was not very pleasing or edible. Great sticky pecan bun and nice biscuit and housemade culatello excellent trout ang creamy grits!
An excellent evening. Food was spectacular and service was stellar. I highly recommend.
We have been to husk before and have not been disappointed. My son did the beer flight with the sliders and said it was absolutely delicious. I just did the bourbon flight and had the swordfish which is about the best I’ve had it prepared anywhere. My wife had the pork loin which she said was very good. Our waitress was very friendly and very helpful especially explaining the flights and the food to my son.The desserts were also decadent. We will definitely be coming back.
I ordered the pork based on our servers recommendation and I didn’t care for it t all. For the price our table of 4 paid it was not worth it.
We went for Saturday brunch to celebrate my birthday and had a great time. Food was delicious and so glad we sat upstairs in the bar room. We sat at a table but would love to come back and sit at the bar. 12:30pm reservation on a Saturday in January and there was plenty of tables available. That may not be the case in high season.
Can’t ask for much better. Most of the wine list within reach for those with modest budget. Knowledgeable and attentive servers. Dining in bar area could be too noisy for me but quiet attractive dining room is there also. Can’t wait to try lunch!
We had a FABULOUS meal at Husk on a busy Friday evening! We were seated in the bar area—I personally love that vibe!—but there are smaller quieter dining areas if that’s preferred!
Gorgeously modern room, great bar, and seating comfortably enough away from the other tables!
Cocktails were creative and delicious!!!
Nice wine list!
And the FOOD was outstanding!!!
We shared a great salad, the pimento cheese appetizer—so good!—, roasted cauliflower, skillet cornbread, and the delicious shrimp and grits dish!!
WOW on all of them!!!😘😘
Thanks to some great servers too—Libby was excellent!!!
Here’s to the chefs at Husk, the bartenders, and the staff!!!
Husk was recommended to us by our hotel concierge, and we're glad that he did. The ambience, in an old, supposedly haunted, mansion, like make other places in Savannah. The food was well done, but portions small (the server said this is European style, but management needs to travel back to Europe to refresh their memories). Either way, this is a good experience, well-worth considering.
I really love Husk in Charleston and since we were driving through Savannah, we tried this one. It is in a beautiful historic building and the food is interesting and decidedly Southern. I love the Parker rolls served hot, fluffy with a nice amount of salt. The lunch menu is not as good as the dinner menu though. Go for dinner. Service was excellent.
Overall we had a good experience but the ambiance of the restaurant is a bit pretentious. After learning details about some of the of the offerings we found the menu a bit limiting for our taste. We ended up splitting the octopus appetizer and both ordered the shrimp and grits entree. All of the food was very good, particularly the shrimp. You could tell it’s extremely fresh; the flavor was delicious.
Service as well as food was outstanding.
Beautiful ambience and delicious farm to table food. Attentive service and great wine list.
Had octopus salad and ribs as starters. For dinner delicious juicy chicken and sliced pork. Chocolate layer cake was the best we ever had.
We went to Husk for a late lunch and ate on the porch, which was lovely, since it was a warm day in January and the ceiling fans gave us a pleasant breeze. Reviews of the food are mixed--I enjoyed my shrimp and grits, but the egg on top was so soft that the whites were completely runny. Also, my friend ordered the biscuit and ham and felt that one biscuit was not sufficient to eat with approximately 8-10 thin slices of a prosciutto-type ham. We tried the desserts and can recommend the creative flavors and presentation.
Our server was friendly and enthusiastic and her service was very attentive; the ambience was charming and the decor high-end but not fussy. We went upstairs to look at the bar, which is in an impressively-sized room, and there are several side dining rooms.
Expect a dining adventure if you go to Husk. Do not go if you want a traditional menu. If you hit it on a day when everything on the menu appeals to you, you will be a winner.
Beautiful restaurant. Exceptional quality.
Nice restaurant, a couple of the menu items were delicious. When I told waitress that I did not care for the swordfish, that is was fishy...she said, oh sorry. Did not volunteer to credit from bill or even credit a glass of wine or something as a courtesy. Not really cool. It’s a good restaurant, but not great.
It was a little expensive but for the most part the dishes were wonderful. A few were misses (NYE menu) but the tuna and pavlova were outstanding.
Our server went out of his way to make sure our pre-fixe NYE courses were vegan and vegetarian.
Would have been a perfect meal except for a large party of young men who were very loud nearby.
Awesome lunch, service was good. We will return to any Husk!
Disappointing. Lacked flavor. We were really looking forward to this meal, given Husk’s reputation in Charleston. Pork was lukewarm, carrots lacked spice. Food unremarkable.
Everything was wonderful! From the bartenders’ service at the upstairs bar, to our server during dinner to our amazingly delicious meal...five stars all the way!! Thank you!!
David was terrific, and the food adventurous and delicious...great service and teamwork
Great location and ambience
Very slow service waited over an hour for our food. Mind you this was just brunch. Great Bloody Mary's while you wait.
We ate brunch on a Sunday here. Nice atmosphere. Neat interior architecture. Not handicap or stroller compatible to enter the front door. A few tables are outside on their side porch. The rest of dining is upstairs and downstairs (there’s an elevator once you enter inside).
Food was nice. The pork hash had little pork. The runny, sunny side up eggs still had just a hint of raw egg. Good flavors. Needed some salt and pepper added. Hamburger was double-stacked patties- good flavor, delicious homemade bun and ketchup. Nice service. The Bloody Mary tasted very natural, organic if you will, but for about 8-10 oz and $12, I didn’t think it was well worth it. Overall, nice atmosphere, nice service, tasty food.
Had dined in Charleston and Nashville at Husk and wanted to give our relatively new hometown location a try. We loved the decor, Husk did an amazing job with this one!
Very good dinner! Nice location, good food, good service. Charcuterie, pimiento cheese plate, trout, and shrimp & grits...delish.
Mostly delicious, a couple of dishes overcooked (octopus, swordfish), food explanations over detailed (nice to able to ask if desired), very nice decor, open kitchen, immaculate bathrooms.
FABULOUS! Every aspect of it was incredible. We love HUSK. All of them, plan to return there, recommend it to all, and it might be my very favorite restaurant!!!