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The Olde Pink House, Savannah

Categories: Historic Sites, Mysterious Sites, Tourist Spots
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4.2/5 based on 1,700+ reviews on the web
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 went here for dinner. The restaurant is in several rooms of the house, so it is fairly quiet - always a bonus. The food was nice, but the experience was made special by our server who was funny and...  read more »
  • we were lucky enough to eat in the basement that had a bustling bar scene an a great piano player that sang old tunes. the food was delicious i had the pork chop it was so large i couldn't finish it a...  read more »
  • We only visited the bar for drinks during our Haunted Pub Tour. LOVED IT! Small, dimly lit, full of people, and a pianist! We loved it. 
  • Off to a great start with a delicious "Pink Lady" cocktail. Cornbread and biscuits with homemade butter were outstanding. We enjoyed two appetizers - the fried green tomatoes and the stuffed artichokes - nice but paled in comparison to the main event, fried chicken was served in extremely generous proportions and was lovely and crispy on the outside and moist inside! The macaroni and cheese side dish is the best we have had in the states! Nice setting for a quiet and enjoyable meal.
  • Walked in for lunch and was seated right away. We were super casually dressed and felt a little awkward but were warmly welcomed when we asked about dress code. Prices are high, food was good (best sweet potato fries I've ever had) but portions are small. We didn't walk away hungry by any means, just noting for those of us used to the portion sizes at average restaurants. Service was excellent (thanks especially to our waiter John) and we received a tour of the building after our lunch. Very classy place!
  • Exceptional experience. I ordered the fried lobster as a side and it was certainly worth the experience. We were celebrating a special occasion and noticed four others around us celebrating anniversaries. The table had a fresh clean white table cloth and was candle-lit. Our waitress was very kind and very helpful with my wife's diabetic needs. We shared a Braised Pork Shank and it was literally falling off the bone good. We ordered the Praline Basket for dessert and it was also delicious!
  • Very over rated! No dress code, so you end up up with people in shorts, flip flops and screaming kid. After they left, next patron was very under dressed like she worked on a street corner. Food was way overpriced. Ordered fried green tomato as an appetizer. You get one slice with cream corn. Yes, one puny slice for $8. Steak was covered in gravy. Not good. Ham hock was just that, ham with a glaze and canned pineapple on top. Collards were so so. Save yourself some money and go to the Pirates House.
  • Very historic and interesting building. The interior is very colonial and feels elevated despite the semi-casual mood. However, the prices can be a bit in excess of the value of the food. The pan seared salmon was excellent, but was smaller than my closed fist. Several meals do not seem to be of good value.
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