Where to Enjoy the Game!
Published Jan 7, 2017
You may find yourself overwhelmed with all the things to do on a weekend in Savannah, but you definitely don’t want to miss any NFL Playoff action on Game Days. When Savannah has some great places to take in your favorite team crushing it on the field, you can’t beat the experience of being surrounded by other fans, enjoying some delicious food and drink. So, let’s huddle up and check out where to go!
At B&D Burgers on Congress Street you can watch the big game projected on to their huge wall in the outside courtyard! Table service will get you something great off their huge selection of craft and domestic beers and you should also nab some of their great eats. As a local favorite, B and D has great burgers tailored to add some southern flavor so you can choose your favorites. They also have great Game Day snacks like grilled buffalo chicken dip (!!!), pickle chips and fried green tomatoes. Located 209 West Congress Street, if they got your game on, you’re sure to run into some other major fans. The largest benefit may be that you can watch the game on a huge screen outside so you can still enjoy the amazing Savannah weather, day or night!
Treylor Park on Bay Street also has the game on their indoor projector! In their main dining room, the large projector screen takes up about a third of the dining room wall, making for great viewing at any table. They have an additional TV screen at the front bar and also one in the back-bar outside! The food at Treylor Park has been recently featured on the Travel Channel and their bar selection is off the charts too. Recommending cocktails there is easy- get the Georgia Mule. Bourbon, Ginger Beer and Peach Schnapps. I’ve started asking for that at bars all over, it’s that addicting. AND then you have to try some PB and J Wings. Yes. That is correct. Peanut Butter and Jelly Wings:
Trust me. Treylor Park is Located at 115 East Bay Street. They don’t take reservations so get there before the game starts!
Savannah Tap House
Or go somewhere on your own time so you can get… MORE SCREENS!!! Okay – your game not on? No problem at Savannah Tap House. They have so many screens! You can even get a booth downstairs with your table’s own screen to watch whatever game you want. But you won’t be bothering anyone if you’re seated upstairs or at the bar because surely everyone is getting what they need. The food is crazy good and inventive. Like the Cap’n Crunch Chicken Tenders. Honestly, I would go just for that. But you’ll also have some great wings available with any sauce you could possibly want or (and I think this is amazing) they have wings with dry rub, either Old Bay or Jerk. Also, pretty obviously, this is your place for draft beer. Tons of selections. Savannah Tap House is located at 125 E. Broughton Street.
Well since you know where to go, you now must find out when to go. So here is a link to the NFL playoff
schedule. GO FLACONS! Or whoever!
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