Savannah’s Historic District is known for its beauty, history, charm and nightlife. The area is teeming with bars, lounges, pubs and dance clubs. Even the Historic District’s restaurants get in on the act, boasting killer bar areas and late-night bites.
One of the best spots to grab a drink and mingle is Rocks on the Roof, a rooftop bar atop the chic Bohemian Hotel on River Street with breathtaking views of the Savannah skyline. Congress Street Social Club, just a few blocks away, boasts a spacious outdoor patio and bar and always draws a lively crowd.
Savannah is known for its U.K.-inspired pubs, and there are several in the Historic District that are worthy of a visit. Sure bets include Six Pence Pub, Churchill’s Pub and Restaurant, Molly MacPherson’s Scottish Pub and Grill and Kevin Barry’s Irish Pub.
Those looking for an upscale atmosphere will appreciate the cozy ambiance and historic charm at Circa 1875 Gastropub and Planters Tavern, the lounge beneath the Olde Pink House. For a more modern atmosphere, fantastic cocktails and tasty small bites, check out The Sparetime or Jazz’d Tapas Bar.
Other great choices in the Historic District include beer havens The Distillery, World of Beer and the Moon River Brewing Company; live music venue The Jinx; and dance clubs SubZero Bar, Club One and Club 51 Degrees.
And for an authentic Savannah nightlife experience, be sure to stop by Pinkie Master’s Lounge, a local institution known for its gin and tonic in plastic cups, PBR and fascinating political history.