The garden was hoped to bring success in the wine and silk industries, and was centered on growing mulberry trees. Try the fried chicken it is enough dinner for two people and tastes great. My wife ordered the Shrimp and Grits. They will absolutely take care of your health. They also give you a basket of biscuits and corn bread with honey butter and orange marmalade. She kept coming around and bothering us, even suggesting that we buy her dinner. Our server was attentive and friendly.
The remoulade with which they were served micht have added to them if there had been more of it. Overall one star, but the She Crab soup raises my experience to 2 stars. A little spicy and a bit vinegary. Really disappointing that instead of cooking a new fillet, they reheated the same fillet. It came with a bit of toast to sip up any leftover sauce.
I was in Savannah for a week for military training and came across this spot. I got the low country garlic shrimp appetizer as my entree. When we finally got inside it was refreshingly cool in there after being out in the heat! The owner himself comes to each table and asks how you are or how is the food tasting. When staff are working all alone in the building they report having the sensation of having someone watching them. One waiter walked by and refused to make eye contact. Lots of interesting history at the location. If they put the crab in the she crab soup, and put cheese on it, it would have tasted so heavenly.
The crab was plentiful, and the kitchen had no problem substituting grits for the mashed potatoes. One of the oldest buildings in Georgia. To start, he got a friend's order wrong bringing a strawberry salad instead of salmon. We sat down and waited at least 5-10 minutes for someone to welcome us. Our server was borderline rude at times and it was loud with families dining. Also, the spicy fried shrimp was mouth watering good. One of the popular ghost stories which has no basis in reality is the ghost of Captain Flint, from Treasure Island fame.
I also ordered pecan chicken with vegetables and asparagus, fantastic after they brought out the pecan honey butter that was supposed to top the perfectly grilled chicken breasts. This restaurant contains the oldest house in Savannah. I ordered the Fried Shrimp Savannah. We'll definitely come back on another visit. SinglePlatform is not responsible for menu or pricing changes, but the information is believed to be accurate when posted. She felt the meal was good but not amazing.
I was disappointed when I couldn't get a mojito; all out of mint. Disclaimer: Always check with the business for pricing and availability of menu items. Listing of a menu does not mean that there is any affiliation, endorsement or sponsorship between SinglePlatform and the listed business. But She Crab soup gets 5 stars. Food and service was great. Since that time it has accumulated more than its share of ghost stories and a very haunted reputation. They have an employee dressed as a pirate giving a historical tour.
The summer salad and side salad were both fresh and very good. Our waitress disappeared for long periods of time. Since 1753, The Pirate's House has been welcoming visitors to Savannah with a bounty of delicious food and drink and rousing good times. Out waiter ,Bob from Wisconsin ,really added to our experience. Georgia's Lighthouses and Historic Coastal Sites. Leading from the Rum Cellar in the basement of the Pirates' House to River Street is a tunnel. It first opened as an inn for seafarers, and fast became a rendezvous for blood-thirsty pirates and sailors from the Seven Seas.
We liked this place so much we cam back here for our final dinner the night before we had to flt out. Large shop upstairs but mainly overpriced touristy stuff. A bit pricey but overall ok. Hansell Hilyer, wife of the president of The Savannah Gas Company. Bf got the pecan fried chicken. They even had gluten free cornbread brought to the table with the normal biscuits in different baskets.
We were seated in the super cozy room on the other side of the dining room display which is supposedly the most haunted room. Oglethorpe recruited botanists from around the world to acquire plants for the project such as cotton, , , and. The Pirate House operates 15 separate dining rooms, each with a distinct charm of its own. The sever was very knowledgeable about the modifications that could be made to the different menu items to make them dairy free as well. They were generous scoops of crabmeat, but lacked any zest. We ordered off the menu.