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Taste the best martinis Savannah has to offer on this 1.5-hour cocktail tour. Follow your friendly local guide around Savannah's Historic District on foot for stops at 4 of the city's most popular bars. Sit at a reserved table in each bar to sample the establishment's signature martini, chat with your fellow cocktail aficionados and compare tasting notes. Listen as your guide provides engaging commentary about the city's history, the cocktail's history, and how much the two have in common. Four martinis are included; wear comfortable walking shoes.


  • 1.5-hour martini tour of Savannah, led by a friendly local guide
  • Visit four bars around Savannah’s Historical District and enjoy drinks in each one
  • Hear fun facts about the city’s history and learn about the speakeasies that existed in the Prohibition era
  • Try a popular Prohibition-era martini, as well as different flavor varietals such as tropical fruit
  • Travel by foot, and hear local celebrity gossip plus trivia about Savannah and its nightlife

What You Can Expect

Martini Tour of Savannah's Historical District

Martini Tour

Make your way to the Savannah Visitor Center downtown to meet your local expert guide and tour group. Hit the streets on foot in search of the city's best martinis.

One stop is a venue well-known for its Prohibition-era martini, which is a natural segue into the history of Savannah during Prohibition. Learn about the fact that speakeasies were commonplace here during that time, and much of the city's cocktail tradition and culture is influenced by that heritage. 

Get tips from your guide on which bars and restaurants to visit independently during the rest of your stay in Savannah. Learn some entertaining trivia about the city and its nightlife scene, as well as some celebrity gossip.

Continue exploring Savannah’s Historic District by foot, and visit three further bars or restaurants to try a different cocktail in each one. You'll get the chance to sample a tropical fruit martini or a refined elderflower martini. Compare tasting notes with the other martini-lovers in your like-minded tour group.

After 4 bars and 4 martinis, end up back at the Savannah Visitor Center. You are free to continue your night from there on your own.

Customer Reviews

Annie L

5 star rating: Highly Recommended March 2015

Roger was very informative and interesting. loved it

Cynthia L

5 star rating: Highly Recommended February 2015

Amazing tour! Ralph was an awesome guide and brought us to four bars for Martinis. It involved walking which did not bother me but if walking is an issue then you should probably reconsider. We had a Rice Krispie martini at Jen and Friends which was delicious.

Rebecca L

5 star rating: Highly Recommended February 2014

This tour was great! You'll learn the history of the martini and some Savannah history as well. The martins were excellent :) I would make sure to eat before this tour or you will be "feeling it" rather quickly. My favorite martini was at Jen and Friends, there they served us a rice krispy treat martini. Yummo!!

Mary C

4 star rating: Recommended August 2014

It was fun to get to know some of the bars in town...tour guide was filling in for the regular tour guide so did get some fun history on all the movies filmed in Savannah.

Katherine F

3 star rating: Worth doing October 2016

Having been on a martini tour in Savannah before, this one was slightly lacking in substance. Not enough history was shared, with a lot of stopping and starting.
Add a couple more stops, some more history and this would be a great tour.


1 star rating: I do not recommend this September 2014

Great idea, but needs work on the execution. I didn't like standing in the street with a plastic cup as my martini. And a sports bar???? Get martini bars that want to actively participate and do it right. Guide was not entertaining. Overall, well below acceptable.

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