Locals LOVE to drink!
Cocktail hour starts around 3 pm and bars close at 3 a.m. you get the picture1 You'll make some great friends though! try and keep up!
DOCS bar-POOL and dancing!
Tybee TIME- late night frozen drinks
AJS dockside -on the back river- go for sunset cocktails on the back deck!
Great place to have fun!
Very fun place to visit..It's just a short walk from the house that we rent so that makes it easy to over do the Margaritas. :-) They have live entertainment outside on the patio on the weekends too..It's a VERY relaxed place..The seafood is good but they have mostly fried seafood, kind of like every place else on the Island except for the Tango. :-) The Fish sandwich, it' s HUGE!
The Andoulie sausage/w Red beans and Rice! A++++++
The North Beach Grill is a little shack practically on the Beach..It has some wonderful food, a laid back atmosphere and some SUPER employees!
George, of Georges of Tybee owns this place also.
It's just a few short steps to the beach and it's near Fort Screvern and Tybee Lighthouse..
This is THE ultimate "beach shack" to hang out at! The Andoulie sausage with Red beans and rice was EXCELLENT! for being such a simple dish it was VERY tasty, we had it twice that's how good it is.
We wanted to try their Ribs but we can only assume that they were good because each time we went they were out. :-)
Miss Judy's Charters
Miss Judy offers the greatest charter fishing around! Inshore and offshore, for various lengths of time. We had a great time on my honeymoon, and the crew was soooo much fun! We went in September and caught tons of fish - it was a blast. They were very friendly. Check out Miss Judy's fishing reports on her site. They are updated frequently and are right on the money!
Tybee means "salt" to Native Americans, but the name of this low-key seaside resort now brings to mind words such as "sun", "surf" and "fun". Located 18 miles east of Savannah, this small barrier island boasts a wide, 3-mile long beach that's backed by sea oat-covered sand dunes and is perfect for sunbathing and frolicking in the waves of the Atlantic Ocean. The island's south-end pier and pavilion is a splendid venue for strolling above the ocean and listening to the music of the live bands.
Although vacationers are lured to Tybee mainly because of what it provides in the way of recreation and relaxation, those with a love of history won't be disappointed. Tybee offers: Fort Screven, The Tybee Island Lighthouse (dated 1773), an intriguing museum, and Fort Pulaski which is just west of the island on Hwy 80.
While Tybee is a resort complete with a full range of restaurants, modern hotels, motels, luxurious condominiums, and quaint inns and cottages, it's also a residential area stocked with its share of colorful characters. It's an atmosphere considerably more laid-back than that of glitzier, larger beach towns to the north and south.