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Vinnie Van Go Go's

$$$$

317 W Bryan St, Savannah
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Ask any Savannah College of Art and Design student and they’ll tell you how many evenings they’ve spent at Vinnie Van Go Go's, a Neapolitan pizzeria near Ellis Square named after Vincent Van Gogh. The heaping $4 slices drape over the sides of the plates and make for a perfect quick and affordable meal that doesn’t sacrifice quality for the not-so-starving artists. If you’re with a group, order a whole pie (we like the white pizza) to eat on the patio with a couple of beers. Just know that the pick-up window usually gets busier as the night goes on and the rowdiness of nearby River Street picks up.

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