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“New southern cuisine in a sophisticated setting”
Not only is the Olde Pink House full of history, but the atmosphere is great. The service is right on point and full of great recommendations. Have a delicious lunch meal at this 18th-century mansion in Savannah's Historic District. Whether it's the Crispy Scored Flounder which came with grits and collard greens or a jalapeño infused margarita, you'll love what you find. All the staff members, from the hostess to the bus boy and doormen pride themselves on their hospitality. They really demonstrated why Savannah is called "The Hostess City of the South". In addition to the delicious meal, you can have fun walking around the different rooms-- there's 11 separate dining rooms. The downstairs section is a bar with a piano and seating for dinner. There is also a cute and romantic wine cave with displays of wine and a small round dining table.
I had originally planned this dinner as the grand finale to our Savannah trip. Unfortunately, due to work, the Mr. had to leave a day early, so this ended up being a solo meal. Savannah, my... Read more
What an experience! Crab stuffed snapper was delicious and the corn bread oysters were unique - but what made this experience special was the service. Tahbia (talent or gifts) was professional,... Read more
Wow was that great!! Ate in the tavern. Waited about 1.5 hours for 2 spots at the bar. Just wonderful! Started with biscuits. Holy cow!!! Get extra butter!! Caramelized onion and sweet potato... Read more
The Olde Pink House
- Sun, Mon: 5:00 pm - 10:30 pm
- Tue - Thu: 11:00 am - 10:30 pm
- Fri, Sat: 11:00 am - 11:00 pm
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