Fans of Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil will enjoy this Downtown diner-style restaurant, which is featured prominently in the book and movie. Breakfast is served throughout the day and features standard dishes such as omelets, eggs Benedict, corned beef hash and hot griddle cakes, along with specialties such as French toast stuffed
World Famous Clary’s Cafe Abercorn Street at Jones Street Happy, homey and anything but trendy. Clary’s serves breakfast and lunch daily and expect a line out the front door most days. Abuzz with community regulars and a hustling wait staff, Clary’s will take you back to a simpler time when, on a hot day, you
Clary’s Cafe is pet friendly, offering outside seating for pet owners and their pets — with treats and water for these companions, as well. We also partake in pet events when possible, such as the Wag-O-Ween Halloween event here in Savannah. You can find us on BringFido, where we proudly, currently hold 5/5 in reviews. Come
Book tells Clary’s story Some people claim that John Berendt’s bestselling book “Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil” put Savannah’s Clary’s Cafe on the map. Out of curiosity, readers of “The Book,” as it has been nicknamed, often step into Clary’s on Jones and Abercorn streets for a look around and a quick
Clary’s Cafe offers outside seating to accommodate our patrons, allowing for an enjoyable lunch while also taking in historic and beautiful Savannah. We also love our furry four legged friends with outside seating for pet owners and even treats for their pets. Come enjoy the friendly and inviting atmosphere at Clary’s Cafe today.