3. Tybee Island Pier
The Tybee Island Pier offers a spectacular view and great fishing! It is a popular place to be on a hot day with picnic tables, a snack bar and a great pavilion.
The original pier in this location was built in 1891, but burned down in 1967. Led by efforts of the people of Tybee Island, it was rebuilt in 1996.
The pier is open every day and is absolutely free! The pavilion can be rented for weddings, family gatherings and parties.
4. The Breakfast Club
Our first time visiting Tybee Island, we were looking for a decent breakfast place and noticed and old store-front building on the main drag that had a line of people in front of it.
We avoided it. Because I totally hate crowds and that little restaurant didn’t look that impressive from the outside.
Boy were we wrong.
The next year we returned and decided to check it out based on numerous good reviews.
Believe me, if there is a line in the front, it is well worth the wait!
The Breakfast Club is family owned and run. The owner is a Culinary Institute of America alumni, and has won Best Breakfast in Savannah, numerous times.
You will find eggs, bacon, waffles, pancakes and all the fixings here. We love their great omelette creations like the Kitchen Sink and the PMS Omelette (Parmesan, Mushrooms and Spinach).
A great choice for breakfast or lunch!