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Prohibition to Mix Craft Cocktails in Savannah

Shake it up

Prohibition, Sunday at 6: Robert Donovan
Erin Perkins is the editor of Eater Carolinas, covering the food and restaurant scene across North and South Carolina.

Jazz Age bar/restaurant Prohibition will bring its extensive list of Irish whiskeys and creative cuisine to Savannah this June. Located at 125 MLK Jr. Blvd, the second Prohibition will serve lunch, dinner, and weekend brunch.

The new Prohibition is a collaboration of operating partner James Walsh, partner Ray Burns, bar manager/partner Jim McCourt, and chef/partner Greg Garrison.

Dishes to look for in Savannah will lean modern Southern, like salt cod croquettes with candied lemon, venison tartare with walnut, juniper, and sunchoke chips, and grilled oysters with smoked vermouth cream.

The bar will serve local beers, select wines, and plenty of craft cocktails.

The owners renovated the former Savannah Buggy Company building for the new restaurant. They preserved many of the historical architectural elements of the interiors.

Prohibition Savannah should open on June 19. If you take a visit to the new shop, let us know how it stacks up to the original.

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