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The Olde Pink House – Savannah, GA

Posted on Aug 5, 2012 by in All Posts, Destinations, Eateries, North America, Reviews, Southeast USA | 0 comments

The Olde Pink House
23 Abercorn Street
Savannah, GA
tel: (912) 232-4286

The Olde Pink House Restaurant is in the oldest surviving mansion in Savannah, built in 1771, and also happens to be very close to the hotel my mom and I were staying at in Savannah.  I ran in one day and made a reservation for the following night. (Reservations are needed.)  I think that my mom was worried that it was a little too fancy for her, and it is a very elegant space, but the staff were so pleasant and professional that she was put at ease.  We were seated upstairs in a large ballroom, where there was a woman strolling around the room singing.  The room was beautiful and we were at a nice table for two.

Interior of Olde Pink House

Interior of Olde Pink House

I would love to go back with my boyfriend, because as much as I enjoyed it with my mom, it’s a perfect atmosphere for a romantic date.  It’s a fine dining experience, and is priced accordingly, but I found the prices to be reasonable considering the quality of the meal and the overall experience.  My mom ordered pecan crusted chicken, and I had the crab stuffed grouper. (I like grouper, but stuff anything with crab and I will probably order it.)  We also tried the well-reviewed “BLT” salad, which didn’t disappoint.  I had the Pink Lady cocktail, which was very pretty, but I probably wouldn’t order it again, as it really just tasted like pink lemonade.  The service was simply marvelous; attentive and polite without being cloyingly so.  I actually loved this place, and it’s one of my favorite memories of Savannah.

 

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