Clary's Cafe

Clary's Cafe, located at 404 Abercorn Street, was a drugstore with a soda-fountain counter during author John Berendt's time in Savannah. Clary's served as a hangout for Luther Driggers, one of our most colorful characters. Luther was known to walk flies on strings, and it was said that he carried a vial of poison with him at all times. He had breakfast here every day, and this is where Berendt and he first met.

Currently, Clary's features a backlit stained-glass window depicting the cover of Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, with its picture of the famous Bird Girl statue. This is Savannah's favorite Breakfast eatery where locals and tourists blend in nicely while enjoying a hearty breakfast.

404 Abercorn St.

(912) 233 - 0402