Established in the 1970's, Blueberry Hill Bar and Grill has been a favorite among the people of Garden City and Savannah for the last four decades. The bar was originally opened under the name "Village Pub". One night the bar was graced with the famous singer Fatz Domino and he played his then hit "Blueberry Hill". The owner at the time, Johnny, sat down after his performance and changed the bar's name to "Blueberry Hill". Since then the bar has housed many well known acts and continues to be a place full of loud music, good dancing, and intense pool games.
Don't let the age of the bar scare you away, Blueberry Hill Bar and Grill was renovated in 2012 and now has flat screen TVs lining the walls as well as a new dance floor. The renovation also included fresh paint and a brand new kitchen. Blueberry Hill came under new management January 1st, 2012. The new owners have invested time and money to restore Blueberry Hill to a local bar and pub that welcomes everyone and offers great drinks at fair prices.
There are daily Happy Hour deals from 10am-9pm every day of the week featuring $2.50 beers and $2.74 well drinks. The ladies can come in starting at 6pm Tuesdays and enjoy 2 for 1 drinks and Karaoke starting at 9pm. If you miss the Karaoke on Tuesdays feel free to drop by on Friday or Saturday nights starting at 9pm to get in on the Karaoke Madness.
I was addicted to hokey pokey but I turned myself around
International yo-yo competitor, wife.
Queen of flatulence. Horny bitch who lives only for sex.
Bad ass biker bitch.
Good girl waiting to break out.
Lisa, also known as The Legend, is originally from Hazard, KY and works Monday, Wednesday, and Sunday nights at the Hill.
Rule #1 - If you leave your credit card over night and we have to search for it when you come in with a hangover the next day - inevitably during a rush - don't be angered by an added gratuity. If you had "that much fun," we consider it a baby-sitting fee.
Rule #2 - No whistling, yelling, or throwing things at your bartender to get his or her attention. Even if it's really busy. If you do, you will be thirsty for a long, long, long, long time. Try paying attention. Unlike your local chain bartender, Hill bartenders use their eyes to see who is next. It is good bartending. Know what you want and be ready to pay cash or start a tab.
Rule #3 - No whining! Stop it. Seriously. You're only making a fool out of yourself. Sometimes the bar snacks run out. If it is 2:30, we are not getting more nuts for you in lieu of serving last call drinks. No we can't put a beer on your card. Grow up. If you keep it up the person you came with will wind up leaving with someone else. In fact, we'll recommend someone else to them.
Rule #4 - We are a very generous bar. Don't embarrass yourself. We have heard that line, "Last time I was in here my drink was weak," before you even snuck a sip of your Grandpa's MD 20/20. Plus, we remember customers. We will make you drink the same as always if you say that. And you just look dumb. If your drink isn't "strong enough," ask for a double. Or go to a meeting. Or quit getting Amaretto Sours and get a whiskey.
Rule #5 - Our thing is "Fun and Snarky". We don't want to put others down or put our bar on a pedestal. Come with no expectations and The Hill Can't disappoint you!
Rule #6 - Once you are inside, don't cause trouble! Just a reminder: Our regulars vary from bikers, army rangers, kung-fu champions, hyper ballerinas, construction workers, lawyers, and art students jacked up on red bull. And they like us...a lot.
Rule #7 - Don't give the bartender a hard time for checking your I.D. We know: "You just turned 22 and you're not that 'immature 21-year-old' anymore." If you are 28 but look 16, take it as a compliment and get over it. Don't forget, we have the right to refuse service to anyone. So have your I.D. ready and be prepared to have a good time.
Rule #8 - What happens on "The Hill" stays at "The Hill"