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Prohibition Starts Pouring in Savannah Today

The Charleston-based bar opens its second store

Prohibition Savannah
Jonathan Boncek
Erin Perkins is the editor of Eater Carolinas.

Charleston-based bar Prohibition unlocks the doors on its Savannah outpost today, Monday, October 2. Located at 125 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., the second Prohibition presents the same Jazz-age charm as the original location. Customers will see live music acts, speakeasy drinks from Charleston bar manager Jim McCourt, and a menu from chef Greg Garrison. Dishes include items like oyster stew with bacon, roasted tomatoes, and field peas and “Trotter Tots” with pork jus.

Prohibition Savannah is a collaboration between operating partner James Walsh, partner Ray Burns, bar manager/partner Jim McCourt, and chef/partner Greg Garrison. Walsh, Burns and McCourt are of Irish decent and have worked together for over two decades. They pay homage to their heritage by stocking a very large selections of Irish whiskeys.

The doors open at 5 p.m. for dinner service. In November, look for Prohibition Savannah to add lunch and brunch.

Prohibition Savannah [Official]