One of JD’s highlights of her trip to Savannah was dining at the famous Olde Pink House.
Considered one of Savanna’s most visited spots set within Savanah’s only 18th Century Mansion, the restaurant is southern charm wrapped in traditional sophistication. The famous landmark offers to dine both indoors or outside, offering the option of luxurious crystal chandeliers, or the patio charm with beautiful landscapes. Although it can require advance reservations up to weeks ahead, JD strolled in mid-day on a beautiful Saturday afternoon and was able to have a table right away. There is fine dining on the main floor with a more casual setting, with meals between $30-$50 on average dining on what they call “southern low country” cuisine, including blue crab beignets. After lunch, JD enjoyed a Hummingbird Bird cocktail of St.Germain Champaign and a float of club soda.
The Olde Pink House is named for the pink stucco covering the bricks, built in 1771 and has rich stories from history and its importance to the town of Savannah, including some legends that it is haunted.
Located at 23 Abercorn Street, Savannah in Reynolds Square