Sleep Inn Gateway
17013 Abercorn St.
Savannah, GA 31419
Phone: (912) 921-1010
Fax: (912) 921-0701
Bars & Cafes
They say 'Never Judge a Book by its Cover' and it goes the same way with Wormhole. A simple establishment, with nothing out of the box, this place still manages to attract all the music lovers. Hosting performances of local soloist and bands, it presents various ticketed events. Wormhole also hosts a variety of touring groups who are distinguished by their acute music senses. Apart from live music events its also presents theatrical works and other performing arts. Wormhole opens from Monday to Wednesday at 8p.m. and stays so till after midnight. Check website for event schedules.
Blowin'Smoke BBQ is one of the most popular restaurants serving tasty BBQ's. The wide range of specialty food that it offers stands a testimony to it. The restaurant also offers a special children friendly menu, hence, you may take out your family to dine here. Blowin'Smoke BBQ also showcases live performances of artists like Josh Maul with their Blues. The pleasant atmosphere coupled with the finger licking bites sum up to enhance the ambiance of Blowin'Smoke BBQ.
Stroll into the environs of The Sentinent Bean to get a load of the action that blitzes the large performance space within. Light snacks and fresh brews prove to be good companions as you take in movie screenings, live acts, literary hearings and even the occasional community discussion. The likes of panini sandwiches, home-baked scones, smoothies and desserts make the counters creak here—go in and ease the load!
Friday nights at Crystal Beer Parlor is like Savannah's tradition. Open since 1933, the haunt is one of the oldest restaurants in the city, and serves gourmet American fare along with great liquor. Burgers, steaks, stews, fries, salads, seafood and much more occupies the menu which offers something for everyone. The laid back atmosphere and cozy ambiance will make you feel right at home. The cheap food and drinks, pull in a lot of crowd from students and locals to tourists. The place is also available for banquets and private parties.
A cross between a dressed up deli and a fancy Starbucks, this convenient bistro is operated by the Savannah College of Art and Design. Occupying the site of a longtime Savannah institution, Solomon's Drug Store, the meticulously updated property offers a dozen varieties of tea and as many of coffee, in addition to sandwiches, soups, salads and a delectable assortment of fresh-baked pastries. Prepare to wait a bit longer than normal if you come in the late afternoon, as traditional tea service is practiced between 4pm and 6pm. Cash only.
After a hard day at work, one wants to relax and hang around with friends; if you are looking for such a place, then Congress Street Social Club is the best bet. This social club was formed with an idea to provide patrons with a place where they can simply drink beer and bond with their friends. That's not it, the club also serves excellent short eats and light snacks that perfectly complement the fun mood. Live music concerts, DJ sessions, theme parties and similar other gigs are a regular feature here. Apart from that, you can also hire the space for private events and celebrations. Call for details.
From the unmistakable red phone booth to the mandatory dartboards, this cozy spot is a relatively admirable send-up of the traditional British pub. The Americanized menu includes selections from both sides of the pond, including burgers and sandwiches as well as a hearty Shepherds Pie. You'll meet as many drinkers here as diners; as plenty of folks stop by just to sample the draught Guinness and one of the best on-tap selections in town.
Finish your dinner and step out for a drink at Pinkie Master's Lounge. The exterior is a pleasing structure, but when you are inside, you are bound to fall in love with the place as a hang out. If you are a very social and friendly person, then this is the place meant for you. They also have a jukebox which belts out some 80s tracks, along with drink specials.
The Rail Pub is your friendly neighborhood pub next door. Tucked away in Savannah's former Red Light district, this watering hole occupies a historic 1870 building that is allegedly haunted. Don't forget to ask your wait staff about the investigated paranormal activity experienced here! This place is popular among locals during Happy Hour and Karaoke nights. Enjoy a chilled pitcher or pint with Slim Jim, Pickled Pigs' Feet and Ghetto Dawg.
This Loco's location is perhaps the loudest, being a small place it can sometimes be annoying. The food is what makes people go back time and again. The ambiance is chilled out and one can find a lot of college crowd hanging out.Of course the USD10 beer bucket is a great way to sit back and relax with friends. A cool and casual place to have fun on a boys night out.
Gallery Espresso is a cozy espresso bar in the heart of Savannah. Launched in 1993 in a basement space, this cafe moved into a historic 1859 building that retains its old-world charm. Exposed brick walls, mismatched furniture and fine art comprise its decor. Savor a cup of Cappuccino, Macchiato or Turkish Coffee, or some tea, soda or wine and cheese. Light bites in the food section include bagels, croissants, scones, sandwiches, cakes and special desserts like Biscotto and Baklava.
Named after their great-grandmother, Molly MacPherson's Scottish Pub & Grill in Savannah was opened in 2005 by Debbie Boulanger and Jennifer Brown to share their Scottish roots and traditions with people. Located in downtown, this pub offers a uniquely Scottish experience in the city, with the food menu, the drinks, and even the attire of the wait staff, all being charmingly Scottish to the tee. So, one who stops by Molly's will usually see a scenario where a male waiter in kilts is serving Single Malts and Corned Beef & Cabbage to customers who are quite engrossed in a live musical performance or two happening on the stage. With theme nights planned every week, including Ladies Night and Open Mic Night, Molly's MacPherson's Scottish Pub & Grill is definitely worth a visit. See the website to know more.