21 Aug Savannah GA Bachelor Party Weekend Itinerary
We’ve got the perfect Savannah Bachelor Party Itinerary
Although Savannah is more well-known for the glittery, giggly groups of bachelorette parties roaming the streets, the guys can still have plenty of fun on a boys-only weekend in the city, too! Whether you’re a group of history buffs who want to wander the city, drink in hand, and check out the beautiful, historic architecture or a gang of foodies who want to eat and drink their way through the city’s trendiest spots, there’s something in Savannah for every bachelor party weekend.
Here’s a sample itinerary to help you start planning your trip!
Upon arrival in Savannah, find the closest trolley and hop on. It’s the quickest, easiest way to view the city. Guests are allowed to hop off at any spot they want to see. Spot a bustling bar or restaurant and want to grab a bite (or drink)? Want to get closer to a particular square, landmark, or breathtaking mansion? Simply hop off and then catch the next trolley.
Next up: Treat yourself and your crew to a delicious dinner. If you want to eat like the locals, hit a place like Treylor Park on East Bay Street for some fun, funky food and creative cocktails.
Finally, it’s time for the breweries. If you’re up for a spooky spot, try Moon River Brewing Company, notoriously known for its hauntings (and beer, of course). There’s also the brand-new Plant Riverside District, which is home to both the Riverside Biergarten and the Savannah Tequila Company (in addition to a rooftop bar and lounge).
While the girls are away, the boys will play…golf at the Westin. Located across the Savannah River is the Westin Savannah Harbor Golf Resort & Spa, behind which sits a stunning 18-hole golf course. Simply take a short ferry ride across the river and enter a world of relaxation. Hop on a golf cart, cold beer in hand, and enjoy an afternoon with the boys.
To recoup from a day spent in the sun, it’s time to eat. Savannah certainly has plenty of restaurants serving the finest in Southern cuisine, but for the hungriest of eaters, it’s time to hit a place like Ruth’s Chris Steak House or Vic’s on the River.
Finally, the only way to cap off a Saturday in Savannah with your closest friends: bar hopping. Pop into a pub, like the famous Churchill’s (which also features a rooftop bar). You could also take your drinks to City Market and listen to live music.
Sunday is meant for sleeping in late and eating a hearty breakfast. But it could also be a day on the water. If the weather’s nice, head to Tybee Island. Charter a boat and hit the deep seas to fish or rent a couple of kayaks and explore the back waterways of Tybee. There are plenty of ways to experience the water in and around Tybee Island, even if that means simply lounging in the sand. Tybee is another hidden gem of the Savannah area. It has fresh-from-the-water seafood restaurants, fun bars and quirky shops.