10 Best Savannah Dance Clubs: Move and Groove to Electronic, Top 40 and Country-Western Music

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.

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This hopping bar, located on the west end of River Street, takes a page from the movie Coyote Ugly, complete with scantily clad bartenders who dance on top of the bar (and occasionally pour water on themselves for the full effect). The large,...  Read More



For an unadulterated good time dancing the night away, head to Doubles Night Club in the Quality Inn Midtown. This long-time Savannah favorite--and one of the only dance clubs outside of Downtown--draws a steady crowd of locals who like to...  Read More

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There's only one place in Savannah where you can be a good steward of the environment and shake your moneymaker: SEED Eco Lounge. This ultra hip Historic District bar was designed to be eco friendly, complete with bamboo bar tops, VOC paints on...  Read More

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This country bar and dance hall, located on the west end of River Street in the Historic District, features a mechanical bull, scantily clad waitresses and perhaps the city's best selection of top-shelf bourbon. But the bar--the brainchild of...  Read More



This popular newcomer blends the old with the new to create an atmosphere that is perfect for a night on the dance floor. The building, located on the upper portion of Factor's Walk near River Street, was built in the 1850s and retains many...  Read More



It's hard to miss Dosha when you're walking down Broughton Street. The dance club's blue lights make the glass façade glow, seducing passersby to come enjoy a night of drinking and dancing. Once inside, club-goers will find that Dosha has one...  Read More

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For those who crave a night of high-octane dancing, there's no better club in Savannah than 51 Degrees. The dance club's three floors each play a distinct style of music, from hip-hop to Latin to electronic. One of the most popular areas of the...  Read More

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If you like to infuse a little bit of the macabre into your night on the town, then look no further than The Crypt Pub. The story of The Crypt's building alone is enough to pique morbid curiosity--legend has it that the building's former...  Read More

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This three-level dance club is best known as the home of the Lady Chablis, the drag queen who became a household name after she appeared in the book and movie versions of Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil. Though the Lady only appears once...  Read More

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Dubbed Savannah's first "ice bar," SubZero is one of the newest additions to the Savannah dance club scene. The bar's interior features an arctic theme, complete with walls that resemble ice cubes, couches adorned with fuzzy white pillows, a...  Read More


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