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Vic's on the River is the perfect location for an elegant and historic reception in downtown Savannah, offering three unique rooms with stunning views of the Savannah River. View our Venue Event Guide for more information on our venues and corresponding menu info, and use the form on this page to inquire about your upcoming event.Venue Event Guide
The Stoddard Room holds around 150 guests. Featuring original heart of pine floors and 20-foot ceilings with exposed brick and beam, this is an exquisite choice for an unforgettable event. We designed this room with beautiful wall sconces and matching chandeliers, and your event comes furnished with Chiavari chairs, table linens, crystal votives, and fresh flower arrangements for all the tables! Mix all that with stunning balcony views of the Savannah River, Historic River Street, and a jaw-dropping sunset behind the Talmadge Bridge, and you have everything Downtown Savannah has to offer! The Stoddard Room gives guests the option to have a plated dinner, buffet, or heavy hors d'oeuvres. Everything is prepared and cooked fresh right here in the restaurant!
The Victor Hall will hold up to 70 guests for a cocktail party and 60 guests for a seated dinner. This room features a private balcony overlooking the Savannah River and Historic River Street. It is designed to complement the Stoddard room with beautiful wall sconces and matching chandeliers. The Victor Hall also comes furnished with Chiavari chairs, table linens, crystal votives and fresh flower arrangements for all the tables. The Staff at Vic's On The River invite you to come and experience our gracious and attentive service... where nothing is overlooked but the Savannah River.
Dieter's Den is the perfect spot for an intimate seated dinner event for guests up to 40. This room features windows overlooking the Savannah River, and oozes historic charm. This is perfect room for a cozy wedding reception, rehearsal dinner, bridal or baby shower, birthday party, or any special event that would require a bit of privacy!