Savannah Excitedly Awaits the Opening of the City’s Newest Jazz Venue ‘Good Times Jazz Bar & Restaurant’

Last Monday, one of Savannah’s most highly anticipated venues opened to the public – Good Times Jazz Bar & Restaurant, a venue “born out of a desire to bring great southern fare, fine wines and the best in jazz to Savannah” officially opened its doors offering live music nightly and a southern style menu.

“We are pleased to welcome you into our family business. At Good Times Jazz Bar & Restaurant, our goals are simple – furnish a comfortable and interesting atmosphere, and provide good music, quality food with professional service,” said owners Stephen and Danielle Moore.

“The upcoming opening of Good Times Jazz Bar & Restaurant will solidify our goals to efficiently service customers to result in their continued commitment to visit Good Times Jazz Bar & Restaurant for years to come.”

As featured in the Savannah Tribune, Good Times Jazz Bar & Restaurant will be located downtown at 107 W. Broughton Street next door to Smoothie King. In addition, the first weekend, November 3-5 will offer customers a warm welcome to include live music from contemporary virtuoso pianist/composer/ arranger/ Grammy winner Laurence Hobgood & the Howard Paul trio featuring

Mark Peterson on bass. The following weekend, November 17-18 customers can also enjoy live music from The Doug Carn Trio.

“Throughout this year, I have been proud to partner with owners Stephen and Danielle Moore, with jazz expertise from Teddy Adams, to bring the vision for Good Times Jazz Bar & Restaurant into fruition,” said Savannah’s own Chef Joe Randall (a culinary consultant for the restaurant). “Mark my words, the city of Savannah, our state, region and beyond are in for a real treat.”

For advance reservations please call ahead at 912-236-2226. For general inquires on the restaurant, please e-mail

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