The Grey Restaurant
56 locals recommend · Estimated price 3 out of 4 ·
About this place
Bonded by a common viewpoint on what makes for delicious food, Johno Morisano and chef Mashama Bailey partnered to build The Grey in Historic Downtown Savannah. The restaurant occupies a 1938 Art Deco Greyhound bus terminal that was painstakingly restored to showcase its original luster, and has been recognized by Bon Appétit and Architectural Digest for its ability to preserve the architecture of the past while delivering a distinctively modern and bespoke experience. Bringing her personal take on Port City Southern food to a region of her youth allows Mashama to create dishes that are deep, layered, and soulful in flavor.
Tips from locals
In an old Grey Hound Bus Station -Top creative modern southern cooking Reservations a must
Best high-end restaurant in the city. Reservations go fast, but if you’re unable to score one, show up early and snag a seat in their diner bar. They offer a small bites menu and great cocktails.
I have dreams about the oysters... Located in the old Greyhound bus station, Georgia roots are celebrated through mouthwatering dishes. Reservations required. But if they are booked, the burger at the bar is a little-know (and much loved) gem that's totally worth it.
You'll find The Grey in all the prestigious publications. Great food and I could geek out on the decor and typography alone.
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109 Martin Luther King Junior Boulevard
Savannah, GA 31401
Yes (incl. Discover & Visa)
Brunch, lunch, dinner, happy hour
Full bar, cocktails
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