8 Alluring Spots to Soak Up Tybee Island’s Nightlife
The party isn’t over when the sun goes down on Tybee Island. In fact, some of the coolest things (literally!) happen once the sun starts setting!
1. Wet Willie’s
Known for their vast variety of chilly alcoholic slushies, Wet Willie’s is a beachgoer’s dream come true. The full wall of icy concoctions available in every flavor and color may seem tough to choose from at first, but once you’ve sampled and mixed them, you’re sure to find your perfect match. We recommend the famous Call-A-Cab!
Just as the name implies, CoCo’s is one of the best spots to watch the sun set. Overlooking the marsh on Lazaretto Creek, this laid-back restaurant and bar is a favorite of locals and visitors alike. Grab a seat on the roof and raise your glass at their nightly sunset toast.
Voted Best Margarita on Tybee Island, Sting Ray’s is the perfect place to catch a game, enjoy some easygoing conversation or listen to local musicians strum the night away. While you’re at it, why not try one of the best seafood platters on the island!
Is there anything better than dining beneath the oldest and tallest lighthouse in Georgia? Sip a tasty daiquiri or a cold beer at the quaint straw hut bar and soak up the scenery. In the mood to grab a bite? Their Caribbean-infused menu is quite the culinary treat!
One of the most celebrated spots on Tybee, the Social Club is known for their handcrafted cocktails. Whether you’re into sweet sips or herbaceous libations, the talented bar staff at this picturesque locale will whip up a drink you’ll never forget.
6. Tybee Time
The saying goes, “When you’re here, you’re on Tybee time,” and it couldn’t be more accurate. This sports bar doubles as a daiquiri bar — choose from 13 huge TVs and 10 strong frozen daiquiri machines. For confident guests, karaoke is available at this oceanfront bar, too!
7. Rock House
Whether you’re looking for a cold beer or a hot dance floor, Rock House is your go-to Tybee spot after dark. Karaoke, neon lights and hip music make the atmosphere one for partygoers of all kinds. If dancing isn’t your scene, perhaps good old fashioned darts and pool are!
Step into this funky, fast-paced spot right off Tybee’s main strip and grab a drink at the bar or enjoy it on the balcony overlooking the ocean! Don’t feel like sitting still? You’re in luck! Tybee Island allows alcohol in open containers, so you can really sip and stroll!
Jess Brannen is Visit Tybee’s Social Media Coordinator. She graduated from Armstrong State University with her BA in English and Professional Communications. Jess is a Savannah native and loves playing with Sir Charles Barkley, her neurotic golden retriever, and watching reruns of Martha Stewart’s cooking shows while eating chocolate.