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Overall Rating: 67 reviews

Jacqueline B.

November 17, 2017, 2:26 am

Very nice experience, we had the onion soup, the blue cheese and bacon mussels and the OMG burger! Very nice atmosphere and great bread!!!!!! Read More

The Grub Club S.

August 25, 2017, 11:29 pm

Fantastic experience, we enjoyed the large menu variety (despite it being slightly difficult to understand), unique and undoubtedly delicious food, as well... Read More

Meg W.

August 6, 2017, 10:48 pm

I came here during the summer restaurant week, and we had a great experience. To start, there drink and wine menu is awesome! I got a melon mule, which... Read More

In The News

Looking for an event in Savannah where you can tie in networking, giving back, and drinking wine?! This is the event for you! Join us at 39 Rue De Jean on November 15th. South Magazine and 39 Rue de Jean host an evening of Power Networking and Fundraising on the third Wednesday of each month to […]

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This month’s power networking and fundraising event will be held on Wednesday, September 20th at 39 Rue De Jean, hosted by South Magazine. The event starts at 5pm and will benefit Savannah Pride. Show your support and join us for a wonderful evening! Join our event HERE!     South Magazine and 39 Rue de Jean host an evening of Power Networking and […]

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In honor of Bastille Day, 39 Rue de Jean is hosting an extended happy hour from 5-10 PM on July 14th! Join us for a fun and delicious evening of French fare, festive cocktails, and Louis Latour wines.  Some of the menu highlights include Moules (Mussels) prepared 6 different ways, Brasserie Burger, Duck Confit Sandwich, Fried Oysters and a speciality […]

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An invitation only Soiree was hosted on October 30 to celebrate the long-awaited soft opening of the new 39 Rue de Jean French Brasserie and Bar, located inside of the Embassy Suites in the Savannah Historic District. Over two hundred guests attended the affair, taking full advantage of the exclusive opportunity to be among the first to preview the beautiful new space and sample tastings from […]

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Staff Report From Savannah CEO Friday, October 23rd, 2015  39 Rue de Jean, second of its name and sister to the Charleston, S.C. location, is pleased to announce its long awaited grand opening on Wednesday, Nov. 11 at 605 W. Oglethorpe Avenue, inside the contemporary Savannah Historic District hotel, Embassy Suites, on the western end […]

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via hungrymansguide.com  October 22, 2015 SAVANNAH, GA – 39 Rue de Jean, second of its name and sister to the Charleston, S.C., location, has announced its long awaited grand opening on Wednesday, Nov. 11, at 605 W. Oglethorpe Ave., inside the contemporary Savannah Historic District hotel, Embassy Suites. Offering the best in classic brasserie cuisine, 39 […]

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By Bill Dawers The restaurant business is notoriously difficult, but we’re seeing a restaurant renaissance in Savannah right now as savvy entrepreneurs, talented chefs and other industry professionals join forces. It’s a trend we’ve been covering for years here at City Talk, and there is no sign of it slowing down. Just consider some of the […]

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Eat it and Like it: By Jesse Blanco   Imagine you get hired for a job. You move across the country, you get settled in, you are excited to hire some staff to support your new venture — and then someone slams on the brakes. You sit. You wait. You are given random tasks to deal with […]

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A new wave of restaurateurs? Hugh Acheson’s The Florence is part of the One West Victory development. The “celebrity chef” also has highly-regarded restaurants in Athens and Atlanta, so his Savannah venture has attracted considerable attention from around the state and around the country. The Grey will open soon in the old Greyhound bus terminal […]

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Post & Courier – December 3, 2014 by: Hanna Raskin As much as I hate to disappoint my various dinner companions, all of whom seem to share an otter-like obsession with mussels, I almost always try to squirm out of ordering mussels when reviewing a restaurant. I have nothing against mussels, really: I love seeing […]

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