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The Olde Pink House, Savannah

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A top eatery in Savannah, The 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. To visit The Olde Pink House and other attractions in Savannah, use our Savannah trip itinerary planner.
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  • We visited Savannah honestly to have a few days away and enjoy a beautiful city but also to have some great fine dining. We had dined with The Olde Pink House many years ago and the reviews are stella...  more »
  • The location, the building and the decor are all snappy, sharp and well done. The wallpaper is wonderful and I loved the lighting. The tablecloth is snapped and taut and the food is large portions of ...  more »
  • Had a wonderful meal here. I had the flounder and it was delicious. When it came out I was a little worried because never having had flounder it looked a little weird to me, but nope, it was great!  more »
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  • The Pink House has always been one of our favorites. Never have we had a bad experience here. The food and service has always been exceptional. 6-15-17 We showed up without a reservation and we were amazed at how well the management went above and beyond to get us a table. Craig you rock! The Pink House was packed and it truly showed the professionalism of the entire staff. Never a wrong move and always with a smile. The Pink House is differently a must when coming to Savannah.
  • We had drinks and appetizers in Planters Tavern which is below the Olde Pink House. The appetizers were all original creations and the two we had were absolutely delicious. I don't think you can go wrong with any of the appetizers. We only stopped in for a drink and water after quite a bit of walking. The Tavern is what you might expect from a 1791 tavern, dark, woodsy, inviting, and very friendly. Our drinks were refreshing and delicious. The bartender explained how they made all of their own ingredients for mixers. The next time we are in Savannah, we will definitely try the restaurant upstairs. They had the same menu in the Tavern as the restaurant.
  • A gracious welcome by Jermaine and Megan began our dining experience at The Olde Pink House. We enjoyed the homemade cheese straws while looking over their lunch menu. There is a nice variety of options from salads, Southern favorites, hamburgers, sandwiches​, and seafood. I ordered the BLT salad with blackened chicken; it was yummy ! I loved that the tomatoes we're fried green tomatoes! They also offer a nice variety of cocktails, brews, and wines. Service was spot on - refilling drink glasses, serving meals, checking on our needs. Megan was quite stealthy; our conversations were uninterrupted. We all ordered different desserts - blueberry sorbet, pecan pie, and peanut butter and chocolate mousse. So delicious! It was our farewell to Savannah meal and what a send off! We look forward to visiting Savannah again and will make reservations for The Olde Pink House, again - hopefully for dinner next time! Last year we dined here and I was looking forward to having a Peach Brandy, again, but they no longer serve it. I wish they would bring back their Peach Brandy!!
  • This was easily one of the better meals of my entire road trip through the south. First off, the atmosphere is amazing. When I arrived for dinner, the place was crowded, I made my way down to the basement and managed to find an open chair at the bar, which was decorated with wonderful live music and the warm, yellow glow of a dozen or so long tapered candles burning slowly. I couldn't get over the exposed brick and the old wooden beams (literally hundreds of years old)! The bartender was good--no frills, but quick and attentive, even with an overcrowded bar. I ordered what has become a fairly a fairly standard order: buttermilk BLT salad, crispy flounder in apricot sauce. It was so delicious and the flavors were really well balanced. The salad wasn't huge, but it was a decent size appetizer salad. The flounder was unreal; just enormous, perfectly crispy--a little sweeter than I usually order, but actually it wasn't overly sweet! It has just enough savory to balance out the sweetness for the size and texture of the fish. And this was a really size-able dish! My one complaint is that you do have to watch out for all the little pin hair fish bones; but it wasn't terrible and thankfully it helped me eat it a little more slowly, rather than just devouring the whole thing immediately like my taste buds were demanding. :) The cocktails were fine; a little sweet for my taste, but otherwise good and strong. All in all, I had a fabulous time!
  • Overall good experience: Fantastic food! Great interaction in regards to service. Only thing that kept it from 5 stars was the fact that it took about 30 minutes to get our appetizer. They comped the bill and profusely apologized, so bygones be bygones. Definitely worth a visit.