Savannah is home to one of the country’s largest St. Patrick’s Day celebrations, but you don’t have to travel to the city on March 17 each year to find free-flowing libations and a good time. Savannah’s healthy bar scene is active year-round and offers a little something for everyone. If unique cocktails and hip clientele top your wish list, head to The Sparetime, a popular, new Historic District bar. Bar·food, a Midtown favorite that draws an equally cool crowd, boasts a nice selection of wine, tasty cocktails and excellent French-Asian cuisine. Beer lovers have plenty of great options, including The Distillery, which boasts more than 100 craft brews, and Churchill’s, an authentic British pub with a good selection of imported European beer. If you want to take in Savannah’s skyline while you imbibe, head to Rocks on the Roof, the fabulous bar on the rooftop of the Bohemian Hotel. For a totally different kind of atmosphere, be sure to check out Pinkie Master’s, a local watering hole famous for its political memorabilia, patrons and PBR. If you’re craving an intimate conversation, you’ll appreciate the cozy nooks and soft jazz music at Circa 1875. If you’re hoping to strike up a conversation with a stranger, head on over to the Congress Street Social Club. Still can’t make up your mind or hoping to try multiple bars in one night? The city has an open container law in portions of the Historic District, so ask for your drink to go and hit the pavement.