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Located in the heart of downtown Savannah, this dual level restaurant has a lot of character and history. My first experience with this space was during a ghost tour. Since then, it has played monthly host to gatherings up on the rooftop. The bar is over 300 years old and imported from England, by way of Central Station in New York City. It should absolutely be included on your next trip downtown for the atmosphere alone.

They have a high quality selection of beers and a variety of wines, as well as a simple but tasty menu. While I usually go for the atmosphere up on the rooftop level, I almost always grab a bite to eat as well. Popular choices for the group include the Plantation Crab Cakes and their Crab Nachos.

Their sandwiches are also tasty, I prefer The “Drayton Street” Chicken Sandwich with grilled chicken. They also offer several salads and tons of other dishes that will accompany your delectable drinks.

Make sure to check out their happy hour. They do have a few specials that they run between 4 – 7pm during the week.

From time to time the service can be slow, especially if a big tour group just arrived, but it’s a great stop for any bar crawl to just enjoy a drink, admire the atmosphere and carry on a conversation. The only other downer is that there seems to be a different bartender every time we go so it has been hard to build a repoire with anyone that works there.

Top Shelf: Moroccan Chicken

This spiced-up chicken plate is something a little different than I normally find on the menus in Savannah. I love the sauce paired with this tasty protein.






location: 9 Drayton Street, Downtown Savannah

connect: Isaac’s

Savannah Menu VIP member: yes, free appetizer or dessert when you purchase two entrees





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