Greene Square Restaurant, located within the clubhouse at Dragon Ranch, is ready for you and your friends and family to enjoy the area’s newest dining destination.
The menu at Greene Square is influenced by America’s lowcountry cuisine and love of comfort food. From fried chicken and beignets to shrimp and grits, glazed salmon to ribeye steak, the only problem you will have is deciding what to order!
Open from 4 pm to 10 pm daily, we look forward to serving you at Greene Square
Reservations are encouraged. Please call us at (440) 986-5881 and our staff will be happy to help you reserve your table.
The grand opening of Greene Square will be Saturday, October 28th beginning at 4 pm.
In the meantime, we are open beforehand to be sure everything is 100-percent as it should be before the Grand Opening. So come on out, enjoy food and drink with the those whose company you enjoy and let us know how we are doing.
We hope to see you soon!
Greene Square & Savannah, Georgia
Like many of the other squares and streets in Savannah which are named after war heroes and other patriotic figures, Greene Square is no different.During the eighteenth century, General Nathanael Greene was one of the most celebrated Revolutionary figures.
One of the war’s greatest strategists, he successfully waged a war of attrition against the British forces in the South. He led the Southern Army at Guilford Courthouse, Hobkirk’s Hill, Ninety-Six, and Eutaw Springs. In appreciation for his service in the Revolutionary War, Greene was awarded Mulberry Grove Plantation by the grateful state of Georgia. He moved to Savannah with his family after the war, but died a short time later of heat stroke.
In May 1791, George Washington, a close friend of Greene’s, came to Georgia for the first and only time in his life and was greeted as a conquering hero.
His first stop was Mulberry Grove, the plantation of General Nathanael Greene’s widow Catharine. Washington spent four days in Savannah—unheard of for presidential visits now—attending dinners, dances, ceremonies, and services at Christ Church. He traveled north to Augusta, Georgia completing a presidential tour that would strengthen the bond and allegiance of newfound national unity in the United States of America.
Named after Greene Square and an homage to one of the Revolutionary War’s greatest heroes, Greene Square Restaurant is the perfect place to relax and unwind alongside Southern dishes and those you enjoy dining with most.