Beach Weekend on Tybee Island
06/28/2010, 6:47 PM
Filed under: Travel

I spent a wonderfully entertaining weekend in Tybee Island, GA celebrating Jory’s bachelor party.  We started off early on Friday morning with breakfast of Chick-fil-a and arrived safely (and starved) in Savannah after nearly being mowed over my a biker gang from Miami.

We had a lovely lunch at Tapas by Anna in Savannah City Market.  The seafood au gratin and seafood pizza, the staff was friendly and the prices were very affordable.  We spent some time shopping on Broughton at Marc by Marc Jacobs, Urban Outfitters and Banana Republic. 

I scored this awesome silver Marc by Marc Jacobs tote for only $35:


And I really, really wanted these yellow lace-up wellies and black riding-style wellies at Urban Outfitters for $38 each, but I decided to hold off on them since it was a sweltering 100 degrees on the streets of Savannah:


Next, we headed to Publix to gather a few items for low country boil and beach supplies.  We had such a tasty dinner, and the local fresh seafood (yum – fresh scallops) was off the charts.  A seafood shop that smelled not at all fishy? AMAZING!!!  Nothing like the funky fish market I went to with my Nanny growing up!

Saturday was all about the beach (I was the “put on more sunscreen” and “get under the umbrella” Nazi)…

(Me and Rita)

(Andrea and Jory)

 and cocktail hour at Casimirs lounge (the black walls have inspired a great idea for our dining room but the clown art was creepy and the bartenders were snooty)…

and dinner at 700 Drayton at the Mansion on Forsyth Park. 

We had cocktails at Rocks on the roof of the Bohemian Hotel.  Just wait for the “What They’re Rocking” post from Saturday night.  Coming up!


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