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    Savannah Smiles Piano Bar: Dueling Pianos are So Much Fun!

    by OCNJBritt Written Oct 14, 2003

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    Stage is behind us, squint and you'll see it.

    If you have ever been to a dueling piano bar, you know why they are so much fun...it is a true crowd pleaser. My friends and I were wowed by the dueling pianos at Savannah Smiles. The premise, for those who are unfamiliar, is that the audience writes song titles on napkins, walks their requests on stage to the pianists and slips a few bucks in to hear their song get played. But this is no "Ebony and Ivory"...$5 to hear Springsteen may only get you a stanza before somebody else slips $10 to hear Ella.
    The two pianists are such talented musicians and singers and comedians...
    With the Army/Navy rivalry in Savannah, you can be sure that you'll have a rowdy young military crowd in the audience hooting and hollering (and paying big bucks) for Army Battlecries and Navy Ballads.

    Dress Code: I don't recall there being a specific dress code, but it is an evening out and you may want to dress up a bit...something I would recommend doing for any outing in Savannah.

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    Dueling Pianos Saloon: " This is not your daddy's piano bar"

    by cobrioc Updated May 19, 2003

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    River Street

    Join the fun at Savannah's own all request Rock n' Roll party.
    Experience a night of explosive fun whith talented performers who belt out your favorite
    tunes.
    Audience participation a must, sing, clap & stomp along, come early and stay late!

    Dress Code: Must be 21 to enter!
    Closed Monday &Tuesday.

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    A parking garage: Garage Party

    by KaiM Updated Dec 21, 2002

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    Party on!

    Well, in my intro to this Savannah page I wrote that after St. Paddy┬┤s party I headed directly to Atlanta. Actually it took quite some time to get on the road. Because when the big Irish party was over we headed to a parking garage for our car. The problem: thousands of other people did exactly the same thing at the same time. The whole downtown area was blocked by leaving cars and people. We were standing in the parking garage not able to move forward or backward with our car for two hours!!!!
    Well, but instead of being annoyed, people just started a big party in the parking garage. Someone turned up the volume of his car hifi system, others bought some beer and everybody started dancing. THE START OF THE LEGENDARY 'SAVANNAH PARKING GARAGE PARTY'. It was interrupted by the cops later, but we had a lot of fun and one of the most spontaneous parties ever.

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  • As for nightlife, it's...

    by xtaberx Written Aug 26, 2002

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    As for nightlife, it's definitely around in Center City. One place that tourists seem to particularly end up is Club One (at 1 Jefferson), which is where the Lady Chablis, Savannah's most famous drag queen, puts on a show every now and then . . . but there are other places that aren't quite so, er, campy. I can particularly recommend Moon River Brewing Company, which is Savannah's only brewpub (and it makes a good mark of it, too) -- its located on Bay Street across from the Hyatt. Mercury Lounge is pretty rad, too, with jazz music Thursdays Fridays and Saturdays -- 125 W. Congress Street.

    Dress Code: Savannah nightclubs and bars are for the most part the kind where you have to dress like a decent person. Wear decent clothes . . .

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  • 10 miles from Tybee Island,...

    by JaimeMO Written Aug 26, 2002

    10 miles from Tybee Island, Savannah is a happening town. From fine dining to hip discotechs, this city has it all. Saint Patricks Day is a huge event for the downtown area. People flock from afar to join the packed streets of Marti Gras like beer bashers.
    You'll find a diverse crowd of young and old, all styles and subcultures meshing together to enjoy this distinctive and unique antique city.

    Dress Code: From Fith Ave. to jeans and T-shirts, everyone will find a comfortable spot to fit in

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    Savannah being an old historic...

    by cfwestbe Written Aug 25, 2002

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    Savannah being an old historic town, there are lots of stories of Ghost sightings and of haunted homes and buildings. On one night, we took a 'Ghost Walk' tour where we walked all through the historic district with the guide pointing out the many historic homes that are said to be haunted and the particular stories for each. If walking for 2 or 3 hours is too much, then you can take a carriage ride instead. On a different night, we took a horse drawn carriage ride. This was also a tour of some of the haunted homes in the area, but we went past some different homes in this tour. We never stopped at the homes on either tour. Most of them are owned by private families and a few are now bed & breakfast inns. How would you like to stay in a room that is haunted by a ghost? There is one inn where it is said that if a couple stays in a certain room, the female ghost gets angry at the female guest because she died in her room before her true love came back from sea and she acts jealous. Creepy!!
    This is a nice way to see the historic district homes when it is cooler and to learn about some of the history of Savannah.

    Dress Code: Casual. At night in the summer, shorts and a light shirt (or T-shirt) are plenty. Wear good walking shoes if you go on the walking tour.

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    Plenty of nightclubs &...

    by brkilbourne Written Aug 25, 2002

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    Plenty of nightclubs & partying. Savannah Colloge of Art & Design is here. Lots of young people who are different. Jass, rock counry, blues, folk. Most are around ' City Market' Restored area of downtown.

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  • Most of Savannah's nightlife...

    by Arubasun. Written Aug 24, 2002

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    Most of Savannah's nightlife is concentrated in the riverfront area. The shops as well as restaurants and pubs in the area stay open very late at night. Some of Savannah's great restaurant's are also located on river street (river front Savannah). You will be surprised that river front Savannah has a very old European style architecture of the 19th century. That is worth a Kodak picture moment!

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    Moon River Brewing Company.: Moon River Brewing Company.

    by richiecdisc Written Aug 24, 2002

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    This was a true surprise for me, a great little brewpub in the generally good beer starved south. Great circular wooden bar makes for conivial happy hours and the well spaced tables seemed to lend a relaxed feel to the well prepared and eclectic bar menu.

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    River St in Savannah buzzes at...

    by littlebush Written Aug 24, 2002

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    River St in Savannah buzzes at night at the weekend. Savannah has a high student population with the nearby University so at the weekends its packed with young 'up for it' people! Check out 'Wet Willies', 'The bar', 'The Zoo', 'Deja Groove'.

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    irish times: irish pub

    by doug48 Updated Jan 6, 2011

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    irish times

    located between ellis square and johnson square on whitaker street is irish times pub. it is a very nice replica irish pub with a good beer selection.

    Dress Code: casual.

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    mc donough's: irish pub

    by doug48 Updated Jan 6, 2011

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    mc donough's

    mc donough's is located between chippewa square and colonial park cemetery. nice irish pub with a good beer selection.

    Dress Code: casual.

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    boar's head pub: pub

    by doug48 Updated Jan 6, 2011

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    boar's head pub

    the boar's head pub is located on the corner of lincoln street ramp and river street. i have not eaten here but they offer a good beer selection.

    Dress Code: casual.

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    cotton exchange tavern: pub

    by doug48 Updated Jan 6, 2011

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    cotton exchange tavern

    located in a 1790's cotton warehouse the cotton exchange tavern is a bar and restaurant on river street. i have not eaten here but they have a good bar.

    Dress Code: casual.

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    savannah blues: live entertainment

    by doug48 Updated Jan 6, 2011

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    savannah blues

    savannah blues is located at the savannah market in the historic district. a fun place to drink and listen to live bands.

    Dress Code: casual.

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