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- 98%History Buffs
- 74%Nightlife Lovers
- 74%Luxury Travelers
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- The Olde Pink HouseMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFamily Travelers+ 4First to ReviewSep 20, 2013
We visited the Olde Pink House by recommendation on our honeymoon and it was definitely worth the trip. Set in an 18th century mansion not far from River Street, the Olde Pink House serves up many local favorites, including fried green tomatoes and she-crab soup. The rooms are all still decorated in Victorian style with chandeliers and paintings everywhere.
- The Olde Pink HouseAug 17, 2013
One our favorite Restaurants to Recommend to our Guest. Great Ambiance and delicious food with 5 star service. Try their Signature Dish; Orange Glazed Crispy Scored Flounder, you will not regret it. The Olde Pink House has several floors for dining. Our favorite is the Tavern below the first floor. They do not take reservations for the Tavern but the menu is the same, the atmosphere is traditional Old Savannah, step back in time. They usually have a Piano player. Its a great time and great food and service.
- The Olde Pink HouseMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersBusiness Travelers+ 2Feb 13, 2013
Goat cheese-stuffed artichokes with honey-mustard sauce. Deep fried chicken livers with grits. Bourbon pork tenderloin with collard greens and sweet potatoes. Pork shank with pineapple braise and mac and cheese. Feel the need for TUMS yet? All the food here is really good, really southern, and really something you shouldn't indulge in too frequently. (While it's a most enjoyable experience, your arteries may feel otherwise.) The cocktails are ok, but they have a decent wine selection. There's a grand piano in the downstairs bar. With 11 dining rooms, this is a huge place! I'm told an average night employs a staff of 180 people; they cater to roughly 800 guests...on a slow night. The patrons are friendly, the servers are simultaneously relaxed and quick, and the location is conveniently in the middle of the historic district.
- The Olde Pink HouseNov 02, 2012
This restaurant icon has the remarkable ability to please every generation, between its fine dining rooms, sidewalk cafe, sports' bar, tavern and piano bar. Highly unusual.
This restaurant icon has the uncanny ability to please every generation, between its fine dining rooms, sidewalk cafe, sports' bar, tavern and piano bar. Highly unusual.
I make a bee-line for the Pink House as soon as I hit town. Even though I don’t live in Savannah, like many locals it is my “Cheers.” Everybody remembers me no matter how much time has passed. It is one of the reasons that I like staying at Planters Inn. I can do last call at the tavern, when the piano man calls it a night, and only have to walk a few steps to the security of the hotel’s front door.
What’s to like? The many different ambiances…including the varied and centuries’ old dining rooms, with fireplaces lit in cool months. You might oblige honeymooners at the next table by taking their picture or a senior couple having a landmark anniversary. The newest, large dining room has an exceptionally beautiful mural hand painted in China.
At the bar, you will make new friends, the staff will see to it…and they might
become your new best friends. The food is remarkable – contemporary yet regionally authentic, utilizing a high-quality product. Service is friendly and yet professional. These are among the reasons that it has such a sturdy reputation that it is on every tourist’s must-do list.