Get your Kicks at Eclipse

Drinks. Games. Dancing. Music. Cj Thats My DJ. Brunch. Bacon. What more could anyone looking for a good time want? Eclipse is an all-in-one location for the fun-inclined crowd.

Always a crowd favorite; wings. Photography: John Alexander

Not your average party palace, this newly opened three-level bar and eatery with a game room offers myriads of ways to have a good time.

If you like adult beverages, dancing, karaoke, and live music, then Eclipse is probably the place for you. If you like DJs, darts, and kick-butt French Toast, then Eclipse is still the place for you.

A bar by day and club by night, Eclipse opened on New Year’s Eve at 127 West Congress St. and opened their kitchen in March. The main bar opens daily at noon, with the upstairs lounge opening doors at 10 p.m. Thursday through Saturday. The basement kicks things off at 8 p.m. for game players. There you’ll find pool tables, darts, a boxing machine, foosball tables (for fans of that fast-paced retro-recreation), and even a Nintendo 64.

Chef Heather Rushin honed her culinary chops working at restaurants like The Fat Radish. She wanted Eclipse to offer more than standard bar food and created a menu that includes hand-rolled Philly egg rolls, Bud’s Spicy Chicken Sandwich, the Eclipse Bowl, and the West Congress Melt, fast becoming a favorite among hungry visitors and locals. Rushin hosts a popular “Rhythm & Brunch” every other Sunday in the upstairs lounge with jams provided by Cj Thats My DJ and a monthly-changing brunch menu that includes favorite such as French toast and bacon. Kitchen hours of operation, 5 p.m. to 2 a.m., not including special events. 

Chef Heather Rushin

127 W Congress St., Savannah, GA  |

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