Jazz Clubs


Historic District

Pair an extensive small plate menu with the cool sounds of jazz and you have one of the hottest places in the Savannah jazz scene. Not quite a club and more than a tapas restaurant, this hip and modern nightspot offers live music from Tuesday to Sunday. The musical performers are as varied as the eclectic tapas menu; so make a date with friends to sample everything at this award-winning local favorite.

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Historic District
Planters Tavern
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How about an historic setting for one of the most unexpected jazz clubs in Savannah? Making its home in the cellar of the 1771 Olde Pink House with aged brick walls, huge fireplaces and a talented vocalist/pianist, the tavern is one of the best places to enjoy live jazz in the city. Pair the soothing sounds with Southern treats like shrimp and grits or she-crab soup and you're in for a near perfect night out.

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Historic District

This luxurious 1888 mansion turned hotel is home to the sultry sounds of jazz. Few clubs in Savannah can compete with its warm elegance, chic design and grand view of Forsyth Park. At Casimir's Lounge, guests relax with inventive signature martinis or sip a glass of wine from the extensive list as they listen to inspiring live music. There's no place else in Savannah quite like this hotspot.

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