In Savannah, we love the chance to celebrate and open our doors to visitors, and the 4th of July offers the perfect opportunity to do just that. The city turns red, white, and blue for the occasion.
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If you are vacationing on Tybee Island and find yourself in the mood for pizza and absolutely nothing else will do – give Pizza on Wheels in Tybee a try. As the name implies – they will deliver your pizzas, but you also have the option to eat-in or to order your pie to go.
If you’re on Tybee Island, you’ve got to wander on over to the Wind Rose Café in Tybee. At 19 Tybrisa Street, it is just a half block from the Tybee Pier. Locally owned and operated, this rustic bar is a great casual option for good food, a drink and some lively adult company.
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.
If you are looking for a wild time at the beach – the Rock House Original Bar is it! Its live music, video games, and karaoke, makes the Rock House, Tybee Island, one of the best venues to go to for residents and visitors alike.