Located at the southwest corner of City Market, Belford’s rich history is also a key part of Savannah’s past.
Completed in 1902 and designed by Hyman Witcover, the architect of Savannah’s gold-domed City Hall, the 2-story structure originally belonged to the Savannah Hebrew Congregation. Twenty-one years later, the Congregation sold the building to the Belford family to house its wholesale food company. The painted signs on the building’s west and north walls are remnants of this early business.
Belford’s Savannah restaurant arrived in 1996, and is now known throughout the Southeast for its seafood, steaks and fine wines. The restaurant’s award-winning menu attracts locals and tourists alike.
Find out why Belford’s is consistently ranked among Savannah’s best restaurants. Dine with us today.