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23 Abercorn St, Savannah, GA 31401-2713
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Reviewed 26 October 2011

We eloped on 10/20 and for dinner ate at the Olde Pink House. The place was packed and somehow our reservation time got mixed up. However, the staff was amazing and so cordial. We only had a very short wait and then we were given...More

Thank Teresa W
Reviewed 24 October 2011

Beautiful old building, and very good food presented very well. The chef made a special vegetarian dish for me, as the regular menu doesn't have a great deal of choice if you don't eat meat or fish. Everyone at our table enjoyed the food and...More

Thank Pisendel
Reviewed 24 October 2011

The above says it all. A little pricey but well worth it.

Thank Golfqueen3
Reviewed 24 October 2011

To begin with, the ambience will wow you! This 1700's structure is so beautifully maintained and there is so much to see. (Do not miss the ballroom upstairs!) The menu is wonderful-- there are so many good things on the menu that you may want...More

Thank mooseltraveler
Reviewed 20 October 2011

This is quite possibly our favorite restaurant in life. Sure, there are tourists that eat there. But it's authentic, old, historic, hardly touristy. And we've found the portions plenty generous each time we've been. This is no Cracker Barrel, people. Sure, it's a bit pricey,...More

1  Thank tada1969
Reviewed 19 October 2011

Loved the Steak and the Grits, the Chicken Pot Pie was not good.

Thank Helga J
Reviewed 19 October 2011

This is an old, somewhat touristy place, with a large menu. The food is good and well-prepared, if not exciting. The service is very good and very accommodating. The restaurant is quite large and some of the dining rooms can be a bit noisy (we...More

1  Thank mikep244
Reviewed 19 October 2011

It's about $12.00 a bite for everything you eat there. One glass of wine is $9.00 approx. Portions are incredibly small-this is a once in a lifetime splurge just to sit in a gorgeous restaurant. Would never go again, unless someone else pays-but the service...More

1  Thank sneepy
Reviewed 18 October 2011

We had dinner in the main dining room -- seared scallops, she-crab soup, fried oysters were all super. The waiter was a SCAD student (of course) who couldn't have been more charming. After dinner, it was pouring outside, so we hung out by the fire...More

1  Thank cmcg123
Reviewed 18 October 2011

We had reservations @ Olde Pink House 10-15-11 for our 35th Anniversary. Happy was our waitier & boy was he ever attentive. He knew about our anniversary & congratulated us. After the meal he brought a platter with fruit & whipped cream around the edges...More

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sg1888
20 April 2018|
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Response from 12wandering | Reviewed this property |
We ate in the upstairs dining room, the furthest to the left of the staircase (there are two rooms). It had no more than 6 tables and was quiet and quite intimate. We loved it!
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Diane W
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Response from Caitlin M | Reviewed this property |
yes, They had high chairs
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Response from oca007 | Reviewed this property |
Once you know, please share! This is too much of a major landmark for them not to have a solution. Food purveyors would certainly not make deliveries using the front steps. There is no doubt a service entrance at street... More
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