For karaoke at the beach, Benny's Tybee Tavern is the place to be. Right on Butler Avenue (1517 Butler Avenue) at the south end of the island, Benny's is right in the middle of things.
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When the sun goes down on this historic city by the sea, the fun rises up! Locals and tourists alike love to take part in the all that Savannah has to offer. Savannah’s nightlife scene is booming and, no matter who you are, the local establishments offer a wide selection for all ages and interests!
Located at 1513 Butler Avenue, Nickie's 1971 Bar & Grill is pretty much right in the middle of where you want to be. It is close to both the beach and the Tybee Pier and Pavilion, on the south end of the island.
The historic Tybee Post Theater, a Greek Revival style theater, has been reborn as a vibrant multi-use venue on Tybee Island.
If you are looking for a wild time at the beach – the Rock House Original Bar is it! With live music, video games, and karaoke, the Rock House is the ultimate sports bar.
"The Home of Blue Crabs, Beach Music, & Beer." Stingray's Bar and Grill's catchy slogan truly says it all. If you are looking for a fun, casual restaurant for great seafood at the beach, this is the place.
Beer has a long and distinct history in our nation, as well as in Savannah. With National Beer Day set Sept. 7, let’s take a moment to raise a glass to some of the best brews in Georgia’s first city.
With Christmas looking a little different this year, here are some festive cocktails sure to get you in the holiday spirit, or should we say spirits?
If the holidays mean cooking for you and your family, sign up for a cooking class at Chef Darin’s Kitchen Table in Savannah. Chef Darin Sehnert has been passionate about food since learning in the kitchen with his grandmas and mom.
A rooftop view of Savannah is a wonderful way to get a fresh perspective of this beautiful city. Enjoy the cityscape from a riverfront location during fantastic fall weather.
If warmer weather puts a bounce in your step and a swing in your sway, you’re in luck. Two music festivals highlight March and early April, bringing an array of talent to stages at various sites around Savannah.