After my first visit with friends, I was eager to treat my husband to lunch. It was very crowded so we waited and were seated in the bar area. A busy, noisy spot by the door lacked the feel the dining room seating has. Food...More
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The food was very good, unfortunately one of our waiters was in training and he missed the mark with regards to customer service. As we departed the restaurant two different people asked "how was it"? My response, "not very good ". Nevertheless, know one asked...More
We had a family dinner in this beautiful restaurant in Savannah. The service was very warm and friendly. The food was good. The restaurant is an old house with many small rooms, converted into a restaurant. Will go again.
We went here after a day of touring Savannah and had a wonderful meal with spot-on service! The fried green tomatoes salad is unique and very tasty. We ordered the twin lobster tails and filet- excellent both entrees. It’s menu has something for most everyone...More
This has a wonderful historical romantic atmosphere. It's an old house and a series of individual rooms, all with special character. The service was extremely attentive. The pulled pork sliders were fantastic.
We arrived early and went to the tavern downstairs for a drink before dinner. The place was packed, but the bartenders were attentive. There was live music and a rustic ambiance. Then we had dinner upstairs. The food was delicious, and our waitress was so...More
We had an excellent southern fried chicken dinner..It's called the Max Fried with Mac & Cheese..It was one of the best meals we had traveling thru the south..
My wife and I arrived early for our reservation so we were seated at the bar downstairs while we waited. The bar is super nice and a great place for a drink. I had two rum runners and was feeling really good by the time...More
We had the best dinner of our entire trip at The Pink House. The scallops and shrimp over linguine was delicious. Melt in your mouth biscuits to start the dinner with. Very friendly staff, who gave us the history of the building. He then suggested...More