Bars in Savannah

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Savannah is one of those civilized towns where a drink is appropriate for every occasion—and it helps that you can bring yours with you as you walk b... Read More

Savannah is one of those civilized towns where a drink is appropriate for every occasion—and it helps that you can bring yours with you as you walk between locations. Authentic pubs are a big part of the nightlife scene, thanks to Savannah’s love for the Irish (the Rail and Kevin Barry’s are prime examples), while a growing rank of modern mixologists are advancing the craft-cocktail culture.

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  • Chromatic Dragon

    Gamer bars are popular gathering spots in the hipper enclaves of most major cities, and Savannah is no exception. This bar has entertainment for... Read More

  • Chuck's Bar

    This gay-friendly riverside dive is a refreshing change from Savannah’s more typical touristy offerings. Weekend karaoke, Tuesday night stand-up comedy,... Read More

  • Distillery Ale House

    Craft-beer bars seem to be everywhere, but there’s a surprising dearth of them in and around Savannah. One exception is the family-owned Distillery Ale... Read More

  • Jen's and Friends

    Martini fans should head to this cozy place that serves some 300 variations of the cocktail, so you can go as classic or as weird as you want. Among the... Read More

  • Kevin Barry's

    For more than 35 years, this two-story riverside pub has celebrated the Irish culture of Savannah (which has one of the largest citywide St. Patrick’s... Read More

  • Ordinary Pub

    You’ll have to do a bit of exploring to find one of City Market’s best-kept drinking secrets. A set of stairs on Broughton Street takes you underneath... Read More

  • Perch at Local 11 Ten

    Local 11 Ten is a well-regarded restaurant overlooking the south end of Forsyth Park. But the views are best taken in from its rooftop bar, named Perch.... Read More

  • The Jinx

    Savannah may not have the Southern music heritage of Nashville, Memphis, or New Orleans, but there’s still a local scene worth discovering. The Jinx is... Read More

  • Wyld Dock

    Thanks to its location at the end of Livingstone Avenue on the outskirts of town, this bar is truly a local haunt. The rustic feel isn’t an affectation... Read More

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