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A must visit when in Savanah. The room we ate in was cozy and the service excellent. Louie or server that night was very helpful offering suggestions as needed. The Flounder is a house special that lived up to its many favorable comments. The pecan...More
The food and service are 5 star in every way ... yet still convey a laid back Southern charm! Highly recommend the She-Crab Soup, and starting with drinks and music in the basement Tavern. I had the seared perch - excellent.
This is the oldest house in Savannah and supposedly haunted. We had a great meal with a great waitress who answered our every question about possible ghosts and we were eating in the basement. We were seated in a small room that we had all...More
This restaraunt was delicious and has gluten free options. So many different dining rooms to choose from and make sure you make reservations in advance. After dinner go downstairs to the basement cellar and enjoy some adult beverages at the bar. My wife experienced some...More
Loved the Olde Pink House! Since it is a standard in every Savannah guide's recommendation, I figured it might be overrated - no way! The place to go for fancied-up, down-home Southern food with upscale service. Don't miss it!
We did some research and decided to try this venerable Savannah institution. We made sure to attire ourselves to give the place the respect it has earned. We were shown to a beautiful dining room, with lovely wallpaper, opulently designed. The waiter (Amir) had someone...More
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
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 level - but I would call ahead to make arrangements. The staff is very friendly and accommodating.