Olde Pink House
What was once the fine family home of the family of local architect William Jay, then First Bank of Georgia, then a Civil War generals headquarters, is now one of Savannah’s most popular restaurants! Olde Pink House is well known for formal and romantic dinners, an eatery in which inventive southern cuisine is served in an elegant colonial mansion. The mansion so got its name because of the vibrant pink stucco covering the old brick, a gorgeous 18th-century Georgian mansion first built in 1771. The building is one of the very few throughout the city to survive the devastating fires of 1776, making it both a gorgeous and resilient landmark in both historic and modern Savannah.
Olde Pink House provides live music in its cellar tavern nightly, adding greatly to its overall charm and comforting formality. Here your group can take advantage of pleasant Georgia weathered outdoor dining, as well as fine interior decorations ranging from the lovely Georgian Stairway to the Greek portico with beautiful Palladian windows. While all of that is wonderful, perhaps the most wonderful thing about Olde Pink House is the decadent menu. Try the bourbon molasses grilled pork tenderloin or pecan-crusted chicken breast with a blackberry bourbon glaze, both served with a sweet potato with pecan vanilla butter and fresh local collards. Save room for a delicious dessert before you go, or perhaps come back later during a Savannah ghost tour, this site being a famously rumored haunted site with a past rumored hanging in the cellar!
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