First, The Forsyth Park Inn B&B was absolutely awesome! I felt like royalty there. If you want no perks, go to the Mansion across the street (about the same price), but if you want your breakfast, snacks, wine/hor 'dourve reception, and desserts--all gourmet, added to your visit, go to this lovely place. Can't say enough.
First night we went to Jazz'd. We were going to go to another location (can't remember the name), but the menu we had at the B&B was different than the actual menu and didn't like what it had to offer, so we strolled around and saw Jazz'd. It was awesome! They have a deal for $45 "tappas for Two." It comes with two soups or salads, four tappas (large portions for tappas!), and two desserts with coffee. It was so delicious too! Very upscale in flavor. We didn't stay for the jazz as it didn't begin until 9:00 and we were worn out.
The second night we went to Bistro Savannah. I don't remember who said they didn't like it, but they must have been nuts. We're from Atlanta and know what good food tastes like. This was just as good or better than the best restaurants in Atlanta. We had the mussels appetizer. OMG! They were even better than my favorite french restaurant in Buckhead-Atlanta. Amazing! Then we had the grouper on top of grits. Again...to DIE for. Went back to our B&B for their tasty gourmet desserts. Yes, the tables were small, but really...it was NO big deal. They sat us in a small room off to the back. Very quaint and romantic. That is a "must go" on anyone's visit to Savannah.
We at pizza at that Vinee Van Go-Go's (forgive me if I totally messed up that name). Great pizza...just like they have at the quickie places in NY, which says a lot. (my husband is from NY) Had a light lunch there.
All in all, we loved our visit to Savannah. Did a lot of walking, didn't EVER pay to park. You just have to be determined to find a street side place and you will. Silly to pay when you can park for free ;)