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Adjacent to The Ordinary Pub, Can Be Employed beckons guests with its dual entrances—accessible both from a discreet "speakeasy" entry within the pub and a private entrance on bustling Broughton Street. Step into an atmosphere steeped in mid-century allure, where dark walls, bronze accents, and the soft glow of Edison bulbs create an ambiance reminiscent of a bygone era, reminiscent of a 1930s NYC jazz club. Here, in this subterranean haven, guests are welcomed to immerse themselves in an unforgettable experience.

 Perfectly appointed for elevated cocktail parties, working business events, pre- and post-wedding intimate conclaves, photoshoots, and micro trade shows for parties of 15 - 50, and ticketed events thrown by your favorite Event & Beverage Curators. 

Within Can Be Employed's intimate confines, discover dedicated bathrooms and a generously stocked craft cocktail bar, ensuring every need is catered to with finesse. As you savor the atmosphere, indulge in the culinary delights curated from The Ordinary Pub's refreshed menu From tantalizing appetizers to mouthwatering mains, each dish promises to delight the palate and elevate your dining experience. Join us in embracing the allure of Can Be Employed—a hidden gem where history, sophistication, and culinary innovation converge to create unforgettable memories.

    CBE also just experienced a month of triumph, as Executive Chef Sean Freeman, adorned with the prestigious Best Local Chef award, and Head Mixologist Jessica Meyers, celebrated as the city's finest bartender, guided our esteemed team to a multitude of accolades at the 2024 Connect Magazine “Best of Savannah” awards ceremony. These honors underscore our commitment to culinary excellence and hospitality, fueling our passion to create unforgettable experiences for our cherished guests. Join us in celebrating these achievements as we continue to elevate Savannah's dining scene together.


Looking for something a little more elevated? The Room, located three stories above and 4 blocks east of The Ordinary Pub's sister restaurant Common Restaurant, is perfectly situated for groups of 15 - 60 guests, the top floor of this historic landmark building adeptly accommodates private brunch parties, working business events, pre- and post-wedding intimate conclaves, bachelorette, and bachelor celebrations, photoshoots, rehearsal dinners, and welcome toasts. Floor-to-ceiling windows provide abundant natural light and stunning views of the iconic Marshall House Inn and Broughton Street.

Either space can act as the ideal backdrop and impression for visiting guests and photographers, alike.

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