5 Drinks to Try in Savannah
Are you really on vacation if you don’t have a few cocktails? Savannah has no shortage of great drinks to try. Here are a few you won’t want to miss on your next visit!
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Details: Blanco Tequila, St. George Chili Vodka, Lime Juice, Grenadine, Angostura Bitters, Hell Fire Bitters
If you like spicy margaritas, this will be right up your alley (pun intended). This cocktail is now in my top three of best drinks I’ve ever had, and the bartender was kind enough to write out the recipe for me because I loved it THAT much (and don’t live anywhere near Savannah). This spot has an extensive cocktail list that is creatively housed in their quarterly newspaper, so you’ll find something to excite your taste buds no matter what type of liquor you prefer!
Details: Barley, Hops, Corn, Water, and Yeast
Okay, so maybe this isn’t super unique to Zunzi’s, but what’s better than one of their famous sandwiches (their sauces are seriously amazing!) and a cold beer that you can take to-go? In Savannah, you’re allowed to walk around the downtown with your alcohol in an approved container, so you might as well take advantage! Cheers!
Details: Rittenhouse Rye, Sugar, Angostura Bitters, and Lemon Peel
If you enjoy a classy cocktail experience, this spot (and this Old Fashioned) is for you! Every detail at Artillery has been perfected, and you’ll enjoy an intimate evening with your guest(s) by utilizing their private call button at each table. Enjoy a bottle, order it neat, or explore one of their amazing classic or contemporary cocktails.
Details: 100 Grand Elijah Craig Bourbon, Vanilla Cane Sugar, Nocino Walnut Liqueur, and Bitters
Mix up your bourbon routine with this unique take on the classic Old Fashioned! The creamy hints of vanilla and walnut give it sort of a maple flavor that pairs surprisingly well with the Asian-inspired dishes in this renovated bank space.
Details: Bourbon, Fig, Lemon, and Mint
This refreshing whiskey cocktail is served in an old neighborhood filing station that is now Atlantic. This light, bright, and crisp eatery has both indoor and outdoor seating options with great wine and beer options, also. Be sure to check out the Timbre Pinot Noir if you are a wine lover!
Cheers, and enjoy!