Artillery Bar Savannah

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The Opulent and gilded exterior of the Artillery Bar, the iconic Savannah local landmark, suits the elegant and modern interior of the renovated armory. With distinctive white-and-black design elements marked by retro green deals, Artillery blends well with the past and the present. Champagne, wine, and unique cocktails are featured prominently on the beverage menu. The crowd is dressed to impress — no hats or flip-flops are allowed. It is a small bougie place for those who appreciate this kind of thing.

The Opulent and gilded exterior of the Artillery Bar, the iconic Savannah area icon, suits the elegant and modern interior of the renovated armory. With distinctive white-and-black design elements marked by retro green deals, Artillery blends well with the past and the present.

 

A valuable site in Savannah’s Downtown Historic District, the iconic façade of 307 Bull Street has long been a magnet for passersby. Built by Georgia Hussars in 1896, the magnificent storefront of the store adds extraordinary quality to its Jasper Ward. Inspired by Venetian Gothic design, additional columns, terra cotta, and arches adorned with pinnacles and quatrefoils distinguish it today as a unique architectural work in the Bull Street tunnel.

In its latest revival, this historical treasure has now become Artillery, a high-quality cocktail bar that honors a remarkable past. It was once a repository where the Georgia Hussars archive retained the Calvary arsenal, the site is aptly named, and its style conveys hidden clues to its history while introducing modern design elements representing the modern type of owner.

Prior to the renovations, the building used to be a place of sale. Most of the interior was covered with carpet floor, suspended pipes, and gypsum walls. The renovation has retained the existing brick walls, which, with the addition of windows and metal doors, now occupy the wine cellar. All the mechanical and electrical systems exposed in the universe were hidden and reused. Historical wood and sculpting were repaired where it happened and repeated in the same style to accommodate the missing items.

The interior concept honors the 19th-century eclecticism and romanticism seen in the original architecture and iconic façade while presenting the elements of modern design that our group is known for.

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