Wilmington Island is a census-designated place (CDP) in Chatham County, Georgia, United States. The population was 15,138 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Savannah, Georgia Metropolitan Statistical Area. The communities of Wilmington Island form a large and affluent suburb of Savannah, where most residents work. The island lies east of Savannah between the town of Thunderbolt and the beach community of Tybee Island. Wilmington Island is home to Ramhead Supply and the Wilmington Plantation condominiums.
Things to do in Wilmington Island
4.5 based on 386 reviews
Since 2009, Ele FINE Fusion has been consistently voted one of the best restaurants in Savannah. Serving up some of the most unique dishes in the Coastal Empire and Lowcountry, we pride ourselves on our delicious food and outstanding service.
This is a very fine restaurant with excellent cosine. It is too bad that it is currently closed for renovation and expansion. Since the owners of this restaurant own and operate several other restaurants in the area I am not quite sure as to what it will be like once they reopen,
4 based on 117 reviews
We found this spot by accident and were glad that we did. It was outstanding!!!! Our waiter, Alfredo, was very nice and attentive. They have cocktails with an island twist and they are delicious. The bread and dipping oil were fabulous, a mix of oil, parmesan and balsamic. I had the best cheese ravioli I have ever eaten and my Grandson had the best fettuccine alfredo I have ever tasted.The other dishes eaten by our party were delicious too. The Caesar salad was also the best I've ever eaten. I hope to return here again and I highly recommend this restaurant.
4 based on 95 reviews
This was a welcomed site after driving 4 hours from Atlanta. Plenty of covered outdoor seating and plenty of TV. Great music. The menu has a large variety and there are many beers on the list. Fabulous service.Thank you for hanging out with us noplacelikehome123! That drive from Atlanta can be a bad one! We hope you will stop back in again soon!
4 based on 104 reviews
Went here with grandkids, they loved this place. Nice friendly service for families. Great pizza with great crust, can't stop eating it. Kids sure enjoyed it.
5 based on 3 reviews
This is a small take-out place run completely by a wonderful woman named Kelly. She makes everything fresh every day herself. The salads are hands down the best salad you can get in Savannah. Always fresh and an amazing value. You will feel like you are walking into Kelly's kitchen when you arrive. She is charming and engaging. I stop there several times a week to pick up lunch for myself.
The hours are limited. Only Monday - Friday and she closes by 2:00pm but this place is well worth making a trip. It's not to be missed!
4.5 based on 665 reviews
Driftaway Cafe specializes in "casual coastal cuisine" with an emphasis on flavor and fun! Driftaway Cafe was created out of the desire to serve the surrounding neighborhoods and businesses fresh local seafood in a fun and friendly atmosphere. Our vision was to offer our guests a quick bite to "eat out" or the opportunity to stay and "dine" whether or not it is a quick taco with a cold beer or one of our featured nightly entrees with a nice bottle of wine. We were set to open on September 11th, 2001! What a horrible day that was for all Americans. We postponed our opening so that terrible day would not be our anniversary. Needless to say, our first year was quite a challenge, but with the support of God, friends and family we continue to strive forward everyday. We specialize in made to order fresh local seafood dishes, fresh garden salads along with a variety of appetizers and sandwiches. Our talented Kitchen staff showcases their skills with nightly entree specials. We are known for our friendly atmosphere and our fun environment. We feature live music a few nights a week and have been blessed with a great staff and a regular repeat clientele! Driftaway Cafe Is a locally owned restaurant located near the Wormsloe Plantation and the historic Isle of Hope. Owners, Robyn and Michele, have been in business together for the last two decades in Savannah. They work hard as a team and have developed a great staff that have been taught to treat each person that walks through the doors not as just another customer, but as a guest in their own home. They work hard to instill a passion for food, fun, flavor and family into everyone they meet!
New to Savannah. Went here for Sunday brunch. Had the Jamaican French Toast with bacon:. Dee-licious.. Went back three days later for lunch. Had the Crab Stew (super) and the Baja Fish (blackened) tacos. Also superb. In both cases, the service was perfect: very friendly and efficient.
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