Opened in 2014, Sly’s has become a major food hub for students, tourists, and locals alike. Focused on quality food at a good price that appeals to the growing market, Sly’s took a different approach to the burger industry. Take your favorites, make them smaller, and have them all. Boy, oh boy, the city of Savannah fell in love, and love spreads everywhere. Sly’s has been recognized by the NYTimes for their Banh U, Banh Mi slider, which features Sambal Tempura Shrimp, Pickled Daikon and Carrots, Cucumber and Cilantro Mayo.
Matthew Baldwin, one of the geniuses behind the grill, moved to Savannah from Alaska looking for a new career and life. He’s worked in the food industry since he was 15, and it had been his dream to open up his own place. That’s where Sly’s was created. Matt has partnered with another classicaly trained chef, David Hamer, to make Sly’s Sliders and Fries a dream come true.
David was raised in Baltimore, MD and comes from a family of restaurateurs. Working in the restaurant industry since he was 14 has given David the experience to run a successful restaurant. In his spare time, David teaches chess at a private school in Savannah.
There are so many amazing choices that it is very difficult to narrow our favorites down to just three, but here are three of our top sellers!