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The Zagat Review

From the Treylor Park team comes this Downtown hot spot serving American favorites with a creative twist, as in shrimp and grits tacos, duck confit pizza and famed PB&J; wings, plus cocktails. The dining room has an intimate vibe, with lots of wood and modern accents.

 

Antique Victorian Siding at (a Treylor Park's) Hitch

We wanted to commemorate the recent opening of Treylor Park's new addition Hitch, (on 300 Drayton St!) with a short remark about their bar's new and historic siding. 

 

7 Reasons to Visit Savannah

New year, new reasons to visit Savannah

 

Featured in ZAGAT's 26 Hottest Food Cities of 2016

At Hitch, locals nosh on creative New American bites (think PB&J wings) while sipping impeccable cocktails....

 

Flirtatious fares find a home at HITCH

From the rooftops and hotel restaurants of New York City to a Treylor Park in the South, Rick Kunzi and Trey Wilder’s bromance has crossed many cities, bearing creative cookery and cocktail gifts to those around. Some might call it luck, others destiny, which brought this dynamic duo to town, but now that they’re here, visitors and locals alike are reaping the tasty benefits in Downtown Savannah.

 
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HITCH hits the ground running

If you follow the downtown restaurant scene, you probably already know about Hitch, the new restaurant from the team at Treylor Park.In fact, if you follow the downtown scene, there’s a good chance you’ve already eaten at Hitch, which seems to be doing brisk business in its first few weeks.

 
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Grand opening of HITCH...

Savannians and visitors alike are quickly making the Bay St. restaurant, Treylor Park, a must on their to-do list. The laid back atmosphere, unique comfort food, and spicy Pickle Back shots keep everyone coming back for more! Now, the owners have given us another feel-good place to enjoy… Introducing Hitch.