SoHo South Café is a charming lunch and brunch cafe located in the heart of Historic Downtown Savannah. Its close proximity to the entertainment and shopping downtown makes it a favorite midday meal spot for locals and tourists alike. The eclectic and quirky design of SoHo South Café offers a unique casual dining experience. Originally built as a service station in the 1940s, the building still shows off its steel windows and wooden garage doors, giving the space a rustic yet elegant feel.
At SoHo South Café you can dig into a variety of appetizers, soups, salads, quiches, entrées and sides. The cuisine offers a modern take on southern classics like fried green tomatoes, quesadillas, chicken fried chicken and more. Satisfy your soul with a taste of the south while you enjoy the relaxed atmosphere with friends and family.
This establishment is decorated very nicely with lush green trees actually growing inside this large somewhat eclectic space. The piano music was very pleasant. However, the food left a lot to be desired. We went for Brunch and were extremely disappointed in both the food and service. Although the food arrived quickly, the potatoes were cold, the cheese grits were bland and served lukewarm. My husband ordered an omelet which he says was decent. I ordered the Savannah Benedict and it was so bad that I could not finish it. The English muffins were cold and tasted like they had been toasted 2-3 days prior and the crab cake was tasteless. I had to ask our waiter for butter & jelly for the English muffin. We thought our waiter took a break as we had to wait a considerable time for our check. All in all, a very disappointing dining experience. We will not be returning here.
I was a first time visitor for my 30th birthday weekend. I had the salmon croquette and peach cobbler...it was so good, I brought a croquette back to Charlotte deconstructed. This place is amazing and next time I'm in Savannah, I will be stopping by.
When I mentioned I was vegan my server enthusiastically said she could make a vegan pasta primavera for me (not on the menu). It was incredible! My fiancé kept stealing bites and insisting it was too good to be vegan ;-) [guess I'm not a great vegan chef]. Everyone else enjoyed their meals as well- the crab soup was apparently divine.
It was good but nothing special. You pay to park. Service was slow and food was good but nothing special. Coffee super strong.
One of my favorite places in Savannah for brunch!
Brunch burger was simply amazing.
My friend and I were hoping to enjoy a nice brunch where we could talk and visit (she was from out of town). What we experienced instead, was being surrounded by a group of about 25 people who had finished eating, left their table and were just standing around OUR table. It was so awkward and bizarre. I felt that the group was supremely inconsiderate. But, additionally, I feel that the staff should have recognized what a precarious position they were putting us in and should've asked the group to move the bar area or outside. The food was average. Alcohol was not served until 12:30, which if I'd known that I would've made my reservations for later than 11:00 am. We got a pot of tea instead which was cold within minutes. This is a cute place with cool vibe, but I wouldn't return here.
We ate here several years ago and loved it, mainly due, at that time, to the ambiance of being in an old service station. Also, loved brunch with eggs benedict. A few years later I had the same thing. Not quite as good, but still good. We were seated quickly and service was good.
Wonderful as always! Our favorite Sunday brunch spot, especially love the live pianist.
Great cocktails, good food, great place to sit outside and watch the world go by.