Savannah Entertainment, Pubs, and Clubs

17 Hundred 90 Restaurant and Lounge

Candles flicker on the tables, flames dance in the two great stone fireplaces and your every wish is attended to with old world grace and service. The inn is in the basement of the city's oldest hotel at 307 E. President Street. The dining room will remind you of the old trading warehouses with brick walls and fireplaces in their original condition. The floors are stone and in the ceiling are wooden beams that add to the quaintness of the dining room. On the walls are original prints and paintings of old Savannah from the 1800s. 17 Hundred 90 Restaurant offers a combination of Southern American and Continental dishes with specialties of fresh local seafood, veal, lamb, and steaks. At 17 Hundred 90, you're in for a night of dining, which is different than a night of simply eating.

Location: 307 E. President Street, Savannah, GA

Phone: (912) 236-7122




Casbah Moroccan Restaurant

Come savor delicious Moroccan fare in the opulence of an authentic ceremonial tent decor, with captivating belly dancers who set the mood. Located at 118 E. Broughton Street this restaurant will offer a fun and memorable dining experience. The atmosphere and the charm come from the thick brocade tapestries on the walls, as well as the soft low cushions you sink into with tented velvet ceiling and flickering candlelight illuminating the belly dancer. The food tastes fresh and exotic. Reservations accepted.

Location: 118 E. Broughton Street

Phone: (912) 234-6168


Churchill's Pub

Situated in the heart of Savannah's historic district offering almost 9000 sq foot of bar, restaurant and banqueting space, Churchill's is British owned & operated serving a unique blend of traditional British favorites and contemporary American Cuisine. As you enter through the antique pub door you will find yourself in the bar area. The centerpiece is our 34ft hand carved solid mahogany bar hand built by the finest English craftsmen and shipped to Savannah. The traditional ironwork and all of the furniture was also imported from the U.K. If you would like to dine in style you have the choice of two dining rooms. Churchill's offers Savannah's rooftop dining and outside bar on our landscaped terrace.

Location: 13 W. Bay Street

Phone: (912) 232-8501




Circa 1875 

Come and relax in a 19th century atmosphere that has 21st century flair!

We pride ourselves for giving attentive personal service in a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere accented by the melodic tones of classic jazz and standards. We offer boutique wines by the bottle or by the glass, imported draught beer as well as handcrafted martinis and cocktails. 

Location: 48 Whitaker Street

Phone: (912) 443-1875



Club One

Voted Savannah's #1 Dance Club since 1997! The Lady Chablis, star of Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil and author of Hiding My Candy, makes frequent appearances in The Cabaret and Club One's many charity events.

Location: 1 Jefferson Street

Phone: (912) 232-0200


Fannie's On The Beach

Ocean Front dining on Tybee Island! Funky 3 level restaurant on the beach. Featuring a wonderful variety of entrees. Try the fried green tomatoes, homemade chips with the best guacamole dip ever. Don’t forget our dinner specials on Friday & Saturday nights and Sunday Brunch. Check website for entertainment schedule.

Location: 1613 Strand Avenue, Tybee Island, GA

Phone: (912) 786-6109


Jazz'd Tapas Bar

Entertainment abounds at Jazz’d Tapas Bar. Voted best new restaurant with the best jazz venue in Savannah. Seen on Discovery Channel and TLC!

Location: 52 Barnard Street, Savannah, GA

Phone: (912) 236-7777



Lucas Theatre for the Arts

The Lucas Theatre was built in 1921 by Arthur Lucas and architect C.K. Howell. Howell designed theaters across the country and Lucas owned more than 20 theaters throughout the South, though the Lucas Theatre in Savannah is the only one to bear his name. The college, SCAD, supports the theater's overhead and uses it for a number of events including the Savannah Film Festival. The college support also allows for a wide range of community uses: the Lucas has presented top-line entertainment including opera from London and Italy, European orchestras, country stars, traveling repertory companies and film series.

Location: 32 Abercorn Street, Savannah, GA

Phone: (912) 525-5040


Molly MacPherson's Scottish Pub and Grill

If you're looking for a great place to have lunch or dinner, or perhaps to come in to try one of our single malts (whisky) or imported beers - then stop by Molly MacPherson's! We're located on the back side of City Market (behind Belford's), so you should be able to find us easily. We are the only Scottish Pub in Savannah and have the largest selection of single malts. We feature Celtic music to provide the right atmosphere in the pub. Checkout the website to find out event schedules.

Location: 311 W. Congress Street, Savannah, GA

Phone: (912) 239-9600




 Muse Arts Warehouse

Voted Savannah's Best Indie Film Venue for 2012!  If you're looking for something different during your stay, then check what's going on at Muse Arts Warehouse.  Here you'll find some of Savannah's most talented actors, writers, poets, musicians and comedians.  At Muse Arts, there's almost always something going on any night of the week!  


Muse Arts Warehouse is a non-profit organization committed to community-building through the arts by providing a venue that is available, affordable and accessible to Savannah's individual artists, arts organizations and the public.
Location: 703 Louisville Road
Phone: (912) 713-1137


The Rail Pub 
The pub got its name for the day laborers that would gather in Franklin Square (across the street) to wait for work on the railroad. “The Rail Pub” continues to honor that historic tradition by persevering as a haven of comfort, a beacon of light as it were, for hard working patrons on a daily basis.
Although built in 1870, the building wasn’t completed until 1890 by Augustus Walker, starting what would become a long history of procrastination. Starting as a single family, Savannah Grey Brick home, the building underwent a number of transitions before being purchased in 1995 — after sitting vacant for years — giving it a new beginning as what would become one of the most popular watering holes in the southeast.
Location: 405 W. Congress St.
Phone: (912) 238-1311



Savannah Community Theatre

This theatre offers guests an unforgettable evening of entertainment with a wacky whodunit by Savannah Murder Mystery Dinner Theater. The Savannah Community Theatre was founded by native Savannahian Tom Coleman III. Tom is well known in Savannah’s theatre community. Check out website for theatre offerings.

Location: 2160 East Victory Drive, Savannah, GA

Phone: (912) 238-2888


Savannah Theatre

A wonderful, highly talented group of entertainers put on a show you will never forget. This is a high energy performance that all will enjoy. This is live music at its best. If you have not seen a show here before make sure it is on your list of “must things to do in Savannah”. You will not be disappointed. A truly enjoyable experience. Check out website for current shows.

Location: 22 Bull Street, Savannah, GA

Phone: (912) 233-7764




Treylor Park

Treylor Park and Hitch are built on the motto "Quality over Quantity". In everything we do, quality comes first. Whether you are talking about our seasonal cocktails, our craft beer, or our local fare, everything is done with quality in mind. Treylor Park and Hitch are unique spaces that offer a fun and unique food/cocktail/beer menu day and night. Whether you are in the mood for a nice, smooth cocktail or a cool crisp draft beer, these unique classic restaurants are full of great music and great energy.

Location: 115 East Bay Street, Savannah, GA

Phone: (912) 459-5557


The Worm Hole

The Wormhole is a new live music venue in Savannah, Georgia. We’re not just a night club; we’re a friendly, open minded music club offering a stage to local and touring bands. Hosting music concerts spanning a variety of genres loosely tied under the “alternative” heading. This is a “variety club” (not the vaudeville-style talent show type, though that would be cool, too) because we feature a variety of musical styles and have a different type of show each night. The Worm Hole has hosted metal festivals and square dancing, electronic shows and bluegrass, and everything else you can think of!

Location: 2307 Bull Street, Savannah, GA

Phone: (912) 401-0214


Wild Wing Cafe

Whether you're a wing-lover or not, we think you'll love Wild Wing. Because at Wild Wing Cafe, we dedicate ourselves to quality. You won't find a lot of pre-packaged processed food around here. We hand patty our own burgers from fresh Grade A lean ground beef. Our chicken fingers are fresh tenderloins, dipped in our homemade batter and fried to order. Our onion rings are hand cut and dipped in a mildly spicy beer batter. We even make our own dressings fresh every day. Live entertainment offerings, check website for schedules.

Location: 27 Barnard Street, Savannah, GA

Phone: (912) 790-9464



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Monday through Friday 9AM to 9PM (EST) or
Saturday/Sunday 1PM to 8PM (EST).

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