The Olde Pink House (also known as The Pink House and, formerly, Habersham House) is a restaurant and tavern in Savannah, Georgia, United States. Located on Abercorn Street, in the northwestern trust lot of Reynolds Square, the building dates from 1771. It is bounded by East Bryan Street to the north, Abercorn Street to the east and East Saint Julian Street to the south.
One of its key features is a Palladian window above the portico.
|Monday||5:00 – 10:30 PM|
|Tuesday||11:00 AM – 2:30 PM, 5:00 – 10:30 PM|
|Wednesday||11:00 AM – 2:30 PM, 5:00 – 10:30 PM|
|Thursday||11:00 AM – 2:30 PM, 5:00 – 10:30 PM|
|Friday||11:00 AM – 2:30 PM, 5:00 – 11:00 PM|
|Saturday||11:00 AM – 2:30 PM, 5:00 – 11:00 PM|
|Sunday||5:00 – 10:30 PM|
Yvette Bailey | Jul 10, 2018
GREAT service! Exceptional southern cuisine! Ambience only increases the amazing dining experience. There must be a grandmother with big arms in the kitchen making the collard greens. Flavors perfectly melded to transport your senses to a childhood memory of Thanksgiving or Sunday dinner long ago. Must visit again!
Sheila Wilson | Jul 2, 2018
Before we ever stepped in the door, I was outside snapping pics and one of the servers offered to take our picture with the Old Pink House in the background-so nice! He then became our waiter and took very good care of us, very knowledgeable about the menu and paid great attention to detail. We ate here for lunch on a Thursday, had reservations, and were seated right away. This is an upscale restaurant, but we felt comfortable in classy casual for lunch as we were doing lots of walking in Savannah that day as part of our trip. Would not recommend shorts for dinner. The pork sliders were flavorful and just the right size for lunch, served with some yummy asparagus. The pink lemonade was a highlight for me-presented beautifully and tasted delicious! Husband enjoyed the bacon cheeseburger with fries. Our experience was capped off with a tour from Marquel (sorry about spelling), highly recommend this if you have time! Overall, it is true that this is a "Savannah must-do", but if you can't make it for an elegant dinner, lunch experiences are also great!
Chelsy Caserta | May 20, 2018
What an incredible experience! Me and a girlfriend came for a birthday dinner and I was not expecting to be this blown away. Our waiter Sam was extremely nice and knowledgeable! There wasn't a single question he didn't have an answer for. Very attentive and all around just a fun guy. The food was amazing with creative explosions of flavor. And the cocktail ,the pink lady, we had with dinner was a huge highlight to the entire meal. While dining they had a wonderful singer roaming room to room interacting and doing duets with the guests. When we finished our meal Sam told us to feel free to roam around the house and check things out. There was an amazing ballroom upstairs and they did a great little bar scene down in the basement where some nights they have live entertainment. Every new room was a delightful surprise and I cant believe the amount of tables they had room for. Truly a unique and wonderful time to be had, don't miss this gem while you are in town.
erin king | Jul 4, 2018
Where to begin? The building itself was beautiful, and tastefully appointed. Marc, our server greeted us as we were seated and filled our water glasses. He was very a welcoming and gracious host. After our order was taken, we busied ourselves with conversation, and totally failed to realize that it had taken awhile for the kitchen to prepare our food. Christian, the manager came to the table and apologized for the wait and told our children a few ghost stories. Our food arrived, and it was absolutely fantastic. The sea scallops was cooked perfectly, and the grouper was flaky with a delicious stuffing. When the bill arrived, we discovered they had removed all the food items, and only charged us for our drinks, as an apology for the wait. This was unnecessary, as the atmosphere was wonderful, and the children were wildly entertained by all the ghost stories. Needless to say, our server got a very handsome gratuity. Thank you The Olde Pink House, for making our childrens' first upscale dining experience such a memorable one.
Young N. Kim | Jun 29, 2018
I would say it's a fusion style southern kitchen restaurant, not traditional. The reservation is highly recommended through OpenTable. The atmosphere looks gorgeous so we worried about the attire before going but it's a lunch time during the summer vacation period so many wore comfortably but not too casual. For an example, no baseball caps and t-shirt but there were some wearing a short with a polo shirt. The foods were very nice and properly cooked. I had a Max's friend chicken. It battered and fried perfectly. It was freshly fried just after ordering with a clean oil. A kind server was basic and several managers were walking around and checked everything fine frequently. Everything was perfect until I found a string of stainless steel scouring pad in my daughter's dish. That's why I took one star out. I told to a manager and I hope their kitchen personnel watch more carefully.
Courtney Morgan | Aug 12, 2018
Great history, excellent food, great service. Be sure to make reservations beforehand -- the place was packed on a Sunday night. BEWARE: Upon leaving the restaurant, my husband slipped on the last step (on the left), because it was missing ~2 inches of step material. When he slipped he rolled his ankle really bad and couldn't move and the pain hurt so bad he vomited. Pink House Staff brought a cup of water for him, but no compensation was offered. I understand that the house is historic, but proper upkeep should be maintained for safety. My husband is neither old-aged nor overweight -- it was dark and the step was missing. Photo was taken right before the accident. We had a wonderful time until the end of our visit. Fortunately, this was the end of our vacation and the injury did not affect our visit to Savannah.
Janis Perfetto | Aug 6, 2018
Oh my! I don't know where to begin! It's a BEAUTIFUL place! We had a fabulous singer stop at our table and she even took requests! Get the fried chicken. It's the best you will ever, ever taste! And get a pink lady drink too!
David Jonas | Aug 15, 2018
An absolutely amazing place. The history and beauty of the building alone is enough for me to return. The cocktails were spectacular, the beer list had something for every palate, and the wine list, though I didn't look terribly closely, seemed extensive and diverse. And then there's the food. I am having difficulty coming up with a way to describe just how pleased I am with the food. Words fail me. It was simply some of the finest cuisine I've had in a long time. If you find yourself in Savannah and don't experience this place, you are truly missing out on a gem.
Amanda Carr | Jul 31, 2018
The food was absolutely fantastic. I cannot say enough good things about the food. The restaurant itself was gorgeously decorated and all the staff was incredibly friendly. It was relatively pricey but the food and ambiance was well worth it. I would recommend this to anyone wanting a truly special place it eat
April Shipley | Jul 29, 2018
I love the facade of this restaurant. It's so Savannah. The atmosphere is lovely. Seems so historic. We only visited for drinks one afternoon but had a great time. The service is great, so friendly, welcoming and accommodating. I had a martini, pictured below, and it was delicious.... so I had another. If I ever find myself back in Savannah i would like to enjoy the restaurant.
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