“cheap 40's and free wings on fridays”
As with many things in Savannah, The Rail Pub has a sordid past. The pub has been everything from a boarding house to a brothel since its opening in 1890. Located in what used to be known as Savannah Georgia’s own “Red Light” district, the Rail holds true to its roots and is still a “house of pleasure” today. The pub got its name for the day laborers that would gather in Franklin Square (across the street) to wait for work on the railroad. “The Rail Pub” continues to honor that historic tradition by persevering as a haven of comfort, a beacon of light as it were, for hard working patrons on a daily basis.
Cheap 40s of beer in paper bags, karaoke, dive-y bar snacks, a really fun, laid-back crowd. Also, since this is Savannah, it's haunted!
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The Rail Pub
- Mon - Wed: 3:00 pm - 3:00 am
- Thu - Sat: 1:00 pm - 3:00 am
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