Green Truck Pub

Overall rating: 4.0 stars 6 Reviews
Serves meat, veg options available. Atmosphere is hip and welcoming to vegetarians/vegans. Try the vegan black bean chili and the vegan mighty veg sandwich. Any burger can be made with an in-house-made vegan veggie patty (which is clearly indicated on the menu). Price: Moderate more-less
Vegan-friendly, Ovo, Lacto, American, Western, International, Beer/Wine, Southern, Non-veg
2430 Habersham St (E Victory Dr )
Savannah, Georgia 31401

Open Tue-Sat 11am-11pm, closed Sun-Mon.

  • Accepts credit cards


First Review by pandora_13


  • vegan

Good food; worth the wait

4 Posted on 01 / 24 / 2014

There aren't a lot of vegan options here but there are several to choose from and they're all delicious. The place is usually crowded and noisy but it's because everyone want to eat their food!

Pros: Tasty
Cons: Long wait, Noisy, A little pricey


  • vegan

Good Veggie Burgers

3 Posted on 07 / 14 / 2013

Popular local hangout with homemade veggie burgers and ketchup. They only have one kind of chili, and it's vegan! Pretty cool for a non-vegan restaurant. It can get ridiculously crowded with wait times around 45 minutes in the evening, so show up early.

Pros: Vegan Chili!, Good food
Cons: Very Busy


  • vegetarian

Really Good

4 Posted on 08 / 04 / 2012

Good choice of veggie food with a local ambience. Knowledgeable staff and a wide selection of beers. Portions are more than adequate!! The take-home boxes are Eco-friendly!

Pros: Excellent ambience, Good food, Local hangout


  • vegan

Vegan Friendly and lots of Beer!

4 Posted on 08 / 03 / 2012

The Green Truck seems to be a very packed all the time. It is a very small place for the popularity that it has. But it does have a small bar top accompanied by a large selection of bottle and draft imported beer. They have vegan options such as their house made veggie patty/burger which was really good. The servers there are all really nice and helpful with any question you might have.

Try it out! If you in town.

Pros: Friendly staff, healthy, organic
Cons: small


  • vegetarian

This burger joint was worth the wait!

4 Posted on 04 / 09 / 2012

I was very excited to try this restaurant during our recent stay in Savannah. Their menu is fun, and chock full of diverse and intriguing options... and I'd read such wonderful things about their housemade veggie patty! We made it our dinner destination on a fine Wednesday evening.

The place seems to be quite popular; we arrived early in the evening to find ourselves with a 45 minute wait amidst a crowd of people and savage insects. Once seated, though, we were able to relax with a selection from their huge beer menu. (The pear cider was awesome.) Our waiter was friendly and super enthusiastic, and handled our barrage of questions with grace, ease, and a smile.

I had to see what this Pimiento Cheese was all about, so we started off with an order of that. Spread onto toasty crostini, this stuff was smack-yo'-momma good. (Note to self: Try the Trailer Park sans bacon.) Side salads were fresh and flavorful; gorgonzola and spiced nuts made them noteworthy.

We then tucked into our burgers. As promised, the veggie patty was very good. I had mine El Jefe-style, which was a bit messy (corn kernels and black beans all over the place!) but very tasty, with its complementary combination of avocado, cheddar and jalapenos. The Flathead was topped with provolone and piled high with sauteed mushrooms and onions. Both were served with loads of well-seasoned and very tasty fries. (I ate the fries dry. They make their own ketchup here at Green Truck, and truth be told, I didn't really enjoy it so much. Housemade doesn't need to be bland. Ketchup should be spicy; that's what separates it from tomato paste!) The omnivore among us also enjoyed his (beef) burger immensely. I don't recall which one he had (the Blue Ribbon, perhaps?) but I believe he might have said that it was one of the best burgers he's had. Good place for mixed crowds, always a plus!

Sadly, dessert wasn't so spectacular. Their pecan pie was very dry, containing just barely enough goop to bind the nuts together. Still, we were excited to find the one pie crust in all of Savannah that isn't made with lard...

I liked Green Truck a lot, and would definitely return - but earlier. And with my own ketchup.

Pros: Veg Friendly, good for 'mixed crowds', Interesting variations, Friendly, veg-knowledgeable service
Cons: Long waits, outside with heat and bugs!, Small place, limited seating, Housemade ketchup not too exciting


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Last updated: 2011/07/11


Added: 2011/07/11


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