10 Savannah Pubs Worth Crawling this St. Patrick’s Day
You might consider yourself an expert on Savannah’s bar scene, and you may already have your favorite pub crawl route mapped out. And that’s fine, for everyday, run-of-the-mill liver damage. But this… this is St. Patrick’s Day. As far as Savannah goes, this is the Super Bowl of competitive pint lifting. If you’re not bringing you’re A game to St. Paddy’s in Savannah, you may as well stay home.
If you really want to do St. Patrick’s Day right, here is your expert curated, scientifically proven perfect Savannah pub crawl.
1st Stop: CHURCHILL’S PUB
Clubby pub serving English and American fare, plus a downstairs wine bar offering small plates.
13 W. Bay St.
2nd Stop: THE ORDINARY PUB
Step downstairs for a delectable dinner at the Ordinary Pub’s reimagined pub fare style and drinks, which creates an impressive menu of culinary delights.
217 ½ Broughton St.
3rd Stop: KEVIN BARRY’S IRISH PUB
This veteran owned, bi-level pub boasts waterfront views & nightly live music, plus some classic Irish fare. Be sure to try their Irish Nachos and Irish Egg Rolls - and maybe some Bangers and Mash if you still have room...
117 W River St.
4th Stop: THE CHROMATIC DRAGON
American bar & grill offering a wide variety of video games as well as themed food & cocktails, this is the perfect stop for a midday gaming break.
514 MLK Jr Blvd.
5th Stop: THE DISTILLERY ALE HOUSE
More than 20 beers are on tap at this brick-walled bar/ eatery set in a pre-Prohibition distillery.
416 W Liberty St.
6th Stop: THE RAIL PUB
Collegial pub in an 1890s building serving beers and drinks alongside pigs’ feet & pickles.
405 W Congress St.
7th Stop: O’CONNELL’S IRISH PUB
Cozy and traditional Irish pub with great drinks and Irish décor in a friendly environment.
42 Drayton St.
8th Stop: SIX PENCE PUB
Six Pence is a British-style alehouse with outdoor sidewalk seating, delivering English-accented pub grub and a big beer list. Don't miss out on their St. Patrick's Day Corned Beef and Cabbage with Roasted Red Potatoes for only $16.95.
245 Bull St.
9th Stop: MOLLY MACPHERSON’S SCOTTISH PUB
Old-school pub with an extensive selection of single malt scotch, beers and traditional Scottish eats.
311 W. Congress St.
10th Stop: DUB’S PUB
Casual hangout done in brick & bamboo with American pub eats, lots of TVs, full bar and various games.
225 W River St.
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