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Olde Pink House, Savannah

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Historic Site · Mysterious Site
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A top eatery in Savannah, Olde Pink House is a Georgian mansion built in the 1770s for James Habersham, a wealthy local merchant. The pink house offers old-fashioned atmosphere with pine floors and Venetian chandeliers and features hearty dishes like chicken potpie with sweet-potato biscuits. Though some guests report seeing and even speaking to a ghost of a man dressed in old-style clothes, most visitors come here for the friendly service and tasty meals served in the downstairs tavern. For a refreshing drink on a warm night, stop by the adjacent bar, which offers outdoor seating and live entertainment. With our online itinerary creator, Savannah attractions like Olde Pink House can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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  • This restaurant was recommended to us and it did not disappoint, Our server JP was great and made some recommendations. We had the special. Great drinks. The Pink Lady and the Mule. 
    This restaurant was recommended to us and it did not disappoint, Our server JP was great and made some recommendations. We had the special. Great drinks. The Pink Lady and the Mule.  more »
  • We booked our table weeks in advance after a friend told us about this one and I’m so happy we did! Our waitress was great and the food was simply amazing. The house is a really great setting, and... 
    We booked our table weeks in advance after a friend told us about this one and I’m so happy we did! Our waitress was great and the food was simply amazing. The house is a really great setting, and...  more »
  • The food was good, but not exceptional as we had expected. Our server, Austin was very attentive and helpful with suggestions. 
    The food was good, but not exceptional as we had expected. Our server, Austin was very attentive and helpful with suggestions.  more »
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  • Fantastic Southern food. Blue crab beignets were light and flavorful. The crispy flounder special was so unique and one of the best fish dishes I’ve ever had…I would return and order that again and again. The fried chicken was worth the hype and the cheddar grits were perfect. The praline basket was a delicious and light finish to the meal. Service was a little slow and they were out of the cocktail I wanted, but otherwise was a great experience in a beautiful historic house.
  • Our experience at the Pink House was amazing. The fried green tomatoes, chicken fried steak, and she crab soup tasted incredible. Felt like a very fitting southern meal to have while in Savannah. Our server was extremely friendly and accommodating and gave us some great recommendations. She encouraged us to explore the building after we finished eating and we’re very glad we did. The building itself has a dozen dining rooms with each one being unique and beautiful. The tavern in the basement is the most interesting.
  • This was our favorite meal in Savannah! The outside is absolutely beautiful with the greenery, arbor and ivy! And the inside is even more stunning with beautiful rooms and a wonderful menu! We got the shrimp and grits. It’s been voted the best shrimp and grits in GA for the last 6 years in a row and there’s definitely a reason for that. The country ham gravy over the cheddar grit cakes with the fresh local shrimp was exceptional!! My husband got the pork tenderloin and he enjoyed that! I had The jumbo sea scallops and added shrimp to it! Delicious! Our girls each had the butter noodles with cucumbers. The chef was very accommodating to add sliced cucumbers to their meals! We were celebrating our sweet girl turning 4 and they brought our a chocolate torte with “happy birthday” written in chocolate with a special candle she blew out. Her face lit up and it was a moment I will never forget! My husband got the pecan pie with a black coffee and said from start to finish this was one of his favorite meals he’s ever had! We already can’t wait to go back!
  • A must-go-to restaurant in the heart of Savannah. The building is 250 year old and the decor is elegant. We went in without reservation on Saturday afternoon. We were lucky that they found us a table in the bar area. If you want to sit in the formal dining area of if you come for dinner, make sure to make a reservation. We ordered the shrimp gumbo and shrimp 'n grits. Both are classic Southern cuisine and they are delicious. However, we were disappointed with the Pink Lady cocktail. We couldn't taste the rum in it, and it tasted like some kind of manufactured syrup, not the freshly squeezed lemonade they advertised. The service was very attentive.
  • Gorgeous historic building. For us, the laid back atmosphere of the Tavern below was more our speed. We were told it would be an hour wait but it ended up being only 5 minutes. We sat at the bar and the bartender was very attentive, not the best Moscow mule I've ever had, but the best cornbread fried oysters both of us have ever had. So good in fact that we ended up ordering another serving. I'd go back again just for them. This building is a must see whether you eat there or just take a look around in the afternoon before they open like we did.

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