Rail Pub Bar Savannah, Guide & Review
Rail Pub boasts the 7th most popular Happy Hour Special in the world!
Like many things in Savannah, Rail Pub has a colorful and ugly past. Savannah’s favorite dive has been everything from the train crew’s watering hole to the lodge and brothel since it opened in 1890. Located in an area known as the Savannah, Georgia region, “Red Light,” the Rail holds firmly to that. Its roots and is still a “happy” home today—home of $ 5 Forties, #FFCF, and the best city collection for lunch. A rustic plaque on the Rail heavy wooden door reads, “bordello once popular, now a luxury home, Rail Pub is the cheapest old on Congress Street.”
Dedicated to its exciting ways, the fun now comes in the form of $ 5 40-ounce bills, grand festive celebrations, wild karaoke (upstairs), and other forms of immorality.
Each day, The Rail has different tempting offers like a day of fun all day, buy one and get the next one for $ 1 (Monday) and Free Fried Chicken Friday, making it the base of the city bar. Oh, and don’t forget the nuts.
Like many things in Savannah, Rail Pub has a bad past. This bar has been everything from a dormitory to a brothel since it opened in 1890. Located in an area known as the Savannah, Georgia region, “Red Light,” the Rail clings to its roots and is still a house of entertainment.” Today. Rail Pub has been in Savannah since 1890 when it opened as a retail space. On Friday, come and listen to live music and free-fried chicken in the yard. Karaoke takes place at 9 p.m.