Top Deck

Perched atop the Cotton Sail Hotel on Historic River Street, guests of Top Deck Bar are awarded the best unobstructed views of the Talmadge Memorial Bridge, the Savannah River and historical Bay Street below. The building itself sits on a bend in the river, which makes it seem like the bar is floating right over the water. It’s a rooftop oasis in the heart of the city. After a long day walking the historic streets of Downtown Savannah, there’s no better place in town to enjoy a relaxing cocktail or craft beer while taking in the breathtaking Savannah sunsets. It is also a perfect setting for an al fresco lunch or after work meeting spot to unwind and enjoy a refreshing cocktail. We suggest you try the Grandma's Garden – their specialty cocktail designed to taste just like you decided to raid  a garden of fresh produce. Hand crushed iced is finished with a refreshing blend of Seagrams Vodka infused for two weeks with strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, cucumber, lemon and lime and muddled fresh cucumber, topped with ginger beer and mint. They are staffed with outgoing, talented bartenders who will quickly become your favorite rooftop friends. They love make amazing cocktails without being pretentious. Despite the always-attractive crowds they, they seem to always have a signature waiting when you walk in. You can even get your foodie fix here, too. Top Deck’s small plates and charcuterie menu features farm-to-table inspired dishes like lamb sliders with goat cheese and bacon and salmon dip with dilled cucumber  charcuterie and cheese board. To top off the night, enjoy a bacon brownie on Top Deck’s panoramic wrap-around deck that perfectly captures the cities twinkling lights below. The energy takes a rise of its own on the weekends when both locals and visitors alike converge on the 6th floor for a fun lively evening of socializing and unbeatable views. 

  126 W Bay St