Savannah’s average summer temperature hovers somewhere around 91 degrees, but nowhere does the heat rise more than at the city’s dance clubs. There’s a little bit of something for everyone in Savannah, from sleek, modern dance clubs with resident DJs, insane cocktails and impossibly beautiful patrons to relaxed, hometown clubs where you check your attitude at the door. For an experience that will cool even the hottest Savannah night, head to SubZero Bar, an arctic-themed dance club that’s perfect for a night of uninhibited dancing. Dosha, a Broughton Street dance club with an eye-catching interior, is the perfect choice for those craving a big-city nightclub experience. Dance enthusiasts who like to mingle and get their groove on will find a second home at Club 51 Degrees and relative newcomer the Boiler Room. Those who want a hauntingly good time will enjoy the kitschy yet cool Crypt Pub, with its spooky-sounding cocktails, skeleton-clad DJ and morbid motif. For an unpretentious atmosphere, head to SEED Eco Lounge, an environmentally friendly bar that gets patrons on their feet. If country-western music is your thing, you’ll be right at home at Saddle Bags Savannah, a River Street venue where you can learn how to line dancing. And no night on the town in Savannah is complete without a visit to Club One, the bar made famous by Savannah’s very own Lady Chablis of Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil fame. Not only will you be entertained by the club’s outrageous drag shows and cabaret performances, you’re sure to have a great time moving and grooving on the dance floor.