Located five miles west of the city of Savannah on Ogeechee Road, hidden in a thicket of trees is the historic Savannah Powder Magazine. Built in 1898 for the City of Savannah during the time when P.W. Meldrim was Mayor, the Magazine is said to be one of the only municipal powder magazines still in existence in Georgia. The Magazine was designed by famous architects Alfred S. Eichburg and Hyman Witcover in the Gothic design style, and built by John Eason.
Inspired by the rich, intact history of the structure and the exclusivity of the site, The Magazine is a grand location for a high-end speakeasy. All complete with a large patio and rooftop deck, the sound of live jazz music and the best drinks in town. Esthetically, imagine exposed brick walls, Edison light bulbs dangling, aged Persian rugs, large tufted and worn leather couches, and ringed indentions in the floor from the old powder barrels.