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Savannah’s Rooftop Bars

Savannah Rooftop Bars

Spring is arriving in Savannah. This means longer days full of sunshine and warm weather. This also means that drinking outside tops everyone’s list. Historic Downtown Savannah has no shortage of  places to enjoy a beverage alfresco. More and more, locals and visitors alike are seeking higher ground for fun. And Savannah has answered the call with rooftop bars. Besides, of course, beverages, these bars offer comfortable seating and views. Some of the bars below offer views of the Savannah River, while others offer a view of the rooftops of the Historic District. Both are equally lovely in their own way. 

Peregrin Rooftop Lounge 

The Peregrin is located atop the luxurious Perry Lane Hotel. The hotel is on Drayton Street, in the heart of the Historic Downtown District. As such, The Peregrin provides a rich view of the cityscape of Savannah. Besides craft beer and bar snacks, the bar offers cocktails, a carefully curated wine list, and frozen beverages. The Peregrin has a dearth of seating, from barstools to comfy couches. 

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The Grove

The Grove’s Rooftop Bar overlooks City Market–perfect for people watching. With a full food menu and fun beverage options like the shareable The Grand Mule and the Prosecco Pop (a glass of prosecco served with a King of Pops popsicle), The Grove is a great place to kick back and enjoy observing the bustle of Downtown Savannah. Happy Hour specials are available 5 days a week and a brunch menu is offered on the weekends. 

Rocks on the Roof

Rocks on the Roof is one of the first rooftop bars on the scene, but its age doesn’t make it any less popular.  This sophisticated bar is located on top of the Bohemian Hotel, and overlooks River Street and the Savannah River. Tapas and small plates, as well as craft cocktails are featured on the menu. Rocks on the Roof features umbrella tables as well as couches and fire pits. 

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Top Deck Bar

The Top Deck Bar is on top of the Cotton Sail Hotel. The Top Deck Bar has a small menu with small plates, as well as a full bar. The Top Deck Bar has views of both Bay Street and the Savannah River, as well as views of the Talmadge Bridge. The bar features large windows that open out onto an expansive deck area, making it an ideal location for parties, gatherings and events. 

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The Lost Square

The Lost Square Bar is the latest addition to Savannah’s rooftop bars and is at the top of the Alida Hotel, at the west end of Bay Street. The Lost Square is still gaining publicity. But among locals it is already a popular place to stop in and unwind with a beverage alfresco. While there are shaded areas, most of The Lost Square is open. Comfortable seating is abundant, some of which is adjacent to a large fire pit. The views from The Lost Square feature both views of Historic Downtown Savannah and the Savannah River. 

As the days stretch longer and grow warmer, head to any one of these spots to enjoy the day or night. With a beverage in hand, friends close by, and great views, it’s a great way to unwind and take in the best of Savannah.

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