Goose Feathers

/ Cafe, Desserts, Coffee house
#202 of 1970 places to eat in Savannah
Open now 08:00 - 15:00
$$$$ Average price: up to $10
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39 Barnard St, 31401
Savannah, Georgia, USA
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American Prohibition Museum is a great attraction for tourists who come to eat at this cafe after long walks. Come to this place and enjoy French and Vegetarian cuisines. Make a change from your traditional meal and order perfectly cooked goose, breakfast sandwiches and croissant sandwiches at Goose Feathers. The cooks here prepare good almond croissants, belgian waffles and whoopie pie. After a long working day, you can taste delicious wine or good bitter. Try great latte, iced coffee or tea.

The success of this place wouldn't be possible without the cheerful staff. Fabulous service is something clients like here. Pay low prices for eating at this spot. The homey decor and cozy atmosphere let guests feel relaxed here. A majority of Zomato active users rate this cafe 4.5.

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We came in to have an afternoon walking break and grab a snack. We ordered the overstuffed turkey sandwich to share with Dijon and pesto mayo on a French baguette. It was very tasty! Warning - they don't have WiFi and they close at 3pm. My only complaint is that they didn't mention that they were closing to us when we ordered our food at 5 minutes to 3pm. We felt really rushed out.
Quaint little café for breakfast and brunch here in Savannah. Probably a staple for many many years here. All of the food was delicious. The "Eggetarian"croissant Benedict is very good. The outdoor seating is two to a table but lovely.
This is a very cute neighborhood style cafe. Please note this review is based off their baked goods, so I cannot attest for their food. However, passing by people, the food is very fresh and well prepared. They're famous for their pecan caramel roll which is generously topped with pecan halves, a thicker caramel and the dough is a croissant style (pastry dough). The layers are well layered with a right portion of sugar and cinnamon, a nice thicker layer to give an "umph flavor". The dough itself is soooo flakey; nice crisp shell on the outside and very tender layers as you dive into the center. The monkey bread is very good! It's puff pastry again, rolled in cinnamon and sugar mixture, then baked as a loaf with a decent amount of frosting to top. The blueberry muffin was good, definitely your classic muffin recipe. Well executed but not as tasty as the previously mentioned treats. BONUS: They have a happy hour on their pastries, 50% off at 2 pm til close (3 pm). They bake fresh daily and don't sell day olds.
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Address
39 Barnard St, Savannah, Georgia, USA, 31401
Features
Outdoor seating Сredit cards accepted Delivery No Wi-Fi No booking Takeaway Parking No TV
Opening hours
SundaySun 08:00-15:00
MondayMon 07:00-15:00
TuesdayTue 07:00-15:00
WednesdayWed 07:00-15:00
ThursdayThu 07:00-15:00
FridayFri 07:00-15:00
SaturdaySat 08:00-15:00
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