Best Bars in Savannah!
Savannah, Georgia, is home to the best bars on the East Coast! Whether you are looking for a great watering hole to sit back and enjoy your day or you’re ready for a night on the town, below is a list of our favorite bars in Savannah. Downtown Savannah, GA allows open containers. So ask for a to-go cup on your way out to the door if you haven’t finished your favorite drink!
If you are looking for a view:
Located in Savannah’s City Market, this suave rooftop bar is perfect for happy hour drinks. From 4-6pm take advantage of 50% off champagne and wine, $2 off cocktails and appetizers, and $1 off select beers.
Address: 301 West Congress Street, Savannah, Ga
Rocks on the Roof
Enjoy a breathtaking view of the Savannah River and Talmadge Bridge while you enjoy handcrafted cocktails at this popular rooftop bar. Located on top of the Bohemian Hotel, Rocks on the Roof is perfect for cocktails before dinner. Late evenings sit by the fire-pit and enjoy the company and good friends. Rocks on the Roof is open until 1 AM on Fridays and Saturdays and midnight on Sundays-Thursdays.
Address: 102 W Bay St, Savannah, GA 31401
This contemporary bar has a picturesque view of the Talmadge Bridge both from their inside bar and outside seating area. It has a yacht club feel, without the membership fees! Friendly service and amazing cocktails will make this place one you don’t want to leave. They are open daily until 12 am. For the perfect Instagram moment, make it to the deck before sunset.
Address: 125 W River St, Savannah, GA 31401
Not too far from downtown Savannah, this rooftop bar is near historic Forsyth Park. Located on top of Local 11 Ten restaurant, this cozy bar is perfect for couples. Enjoy live music and the treetop view of the Angel Oaks.
Address: 1110 Bull St, Savannah, GA 31401
When you want to relive the past:
Pinkie Master’s Lounge
This is a well-known bar for locals and tourists. History buffs can enjoy the plaque that certifies this bar’s fame due to President Jimmy Carter announcing his candidacy while standing on the bar. If that doesn’t intrigue you, perhaps knowing Southern Living named Pinkie Master’s the third best dive bar in the South will. Regardless, the diverse crowd, jukebox, and game of darts always makes it a good time. Be sure to bring cash because no debit or credit cards are accepted.
Address: 318 Drayton St, Savannah, GA 31401
Abe’s on Lincoln
This chic and rustic bar isn’t just for fans of Abe Lincoln. You must visit this bar to find out why it’s said to be haunted. The low-key vibe and inexpensive drinks make this place desirable to all. Check it out for yourself any Monday through Saturday from 4pm-3am.
Address: 17 Lincoln St, Savannah, GA 31401
The Pirates’ House
Have a drink at the oldest bar in Georgia. It was originally built in 1753 as an inn for sailors using the port in Savannah. The basement has an underground tunnel that would transport unsuspecting young men that had too much to drink onto a ship. By the time these men would wake up, they would be hundreds of miles offshore and would have no choice but to work the ship.
Address: 20 E Broad St, Savannah, GA 31401
Phone: (912) 233-5757
Looking for a fun time:
This Savannah bar is known for its karaoke. Whether you are traveling with a large group or not, this place will leave you feeling as if everyone is your friend. Open until 3 am Mondays-Saturdays; they close at 2 am on Sundays.
Address: 21 E McDonough St, Savannah, GA 31401
Whether you enjoy board games, party games, or video games, this is your place! One can enjoy playing video games daily; however, on Thursdays at 6 pm, they offer Board Game Night. Find the inner-gamer in yourself and see what all the talk is about at this unique venue. Open until 2 am on Mondays-Saturdays; closes at 11 pm on Sundays.
Address: 4834, 514 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Savannah, GA 31401