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Whether you love to shop or just love to stroll, Broughton Street in downtown Savannah brings it all together for visitors of all ages. Much like the “main street” of any city, this quaint section of town provides a multitude of shops, restaurants and scenery. Antiques are plentiful, while small boutiques offer specialty clothing, gifts, art and eclectic items. Historic buildings house these charming shops and are a treat to visit even if you’re not looking to shop.
For delicious cuisine, you’re also in the right place. Broughton has its share of interesting and indulgent fare. From an Asian Bistro to upscale seafood and pastas, burgers and casual cafes, excellent restaurants abound and serve up something to please every palate.
Once you’re done here, cross over to Congress Street, parallel to Broughton, and visit the new American Prohibition Museum at City Market. Take the tour through all 13 galleries of Prohibition history and after, enjoy an authentic era cocktail at the speakeasy.