SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) – Tybee Island Restaurant Week is halfway over, but there’s still time to celebrate if you want to try some delicious dishes available for purchase.
The week will end on January 30.
Six participating restaurants on the island each offer multi-course meals at prices ranging from $20 to $46 per person.
Mi Vida is the cheapest option for those who want to participate. The breakfast option is $20 plus tax and includes coffee, breakfast and pastries. For $25, plus tax, you can have lunch and get a drink, sandwich, side dish and pastry.
They are located at 1315 Butler Avenue
Mi Vida has vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options, as well as keto-friendly options.
North Beach Bar and Grill
North Beach Bar and Grill offers three courses for $30, plus tax. Their options include an appetizer, an entree of soup or salad, and dessert.
You have many options to choose from. This includes, but is not limited to, their parmesan and pecan-encrusted rusks or their lamb chops. They are located at 33 Meddin Drive.
North Beach Bar and Grill serves shrimp, chicken, lobster and more.
Cockspur Grill offers three courses for $35, plus tax. Their offer includes a choice of appetizer, entree and dessert. Entrees contain 12 oz. ribeye or lemon pepper, dill salmon. They are located at 725-B 1st Street, in the same building as Chu’s store.
Cockspur Grill is known for its live music and “American Comfort” food.
AJ’s Dockside Restaurant
AJ’s Dockside Restaurant also offers three courses for $35, plus tax, but they’re offering a few more options than Cockspur Grill. Their offer includes a choice of appetizer, entree and dessert. Their entrees are shrimp, salmon, flounder or ribeira. Located at 1315 Chatham Avenue, this restaurant is closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
AJ’s is known for its seafood options.
Sundae Cafe in Tybee
The Sundae Cafe offers three courses for $40 plus tax and, as a warning to picky eaters, some of the options are much more special. For your first courses, you can get roasted oxtail empanada, roasted pumpkin, or pretzel-crusted oysters. Their entrees include confit duck legs, fish and chips, and a New York strip.
They are located at 304 1st Street next to the BP gas station.
Sundae Cafe has a gallery where you can see some of their delicious dishes.
Pier 16 Restaurant
Pier 16 Restaurant is the most expensive option at $46 per person, plus tax. However, they are serving four dishes instead of the usual three: starter, soup or salad, main and dessert.
Main courses include, but are not limited to, Cajun salmon and lemon sole piccata. They are located at 1601 Inlet Avenue.