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“BAD seafood”
Review of The Pirates' House

The Pirates' House
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US$80.00*
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Historical Drinking Tour of Savannah
Ranked #3 of 59 Nightlife in Savannah
Certificate of Excellence
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Owner description: This 18th-century bar was a rendezvous point for pirates.
Reviewed 29 October 2013

Recent visit to Savannah, did the lunch buffet at Pirates and was very good, extremely well organized food was constanty refreshed ..... hot and good.
All went downhill when returned several days later, we asked server for recommendations, ribs and seafood platter were highly recommended. ribs were so, so..... not tender had better at fast food joints.
spent a week eating seafood in Savannah of excellent quality but at Pirates the sea food platter was NOT good !!! very fishy not enjoyable, several hours later in the early morning hours I became violenty ill, vommitting !!!!! there is no doubt caused by the sea food at Pirates, when reported back to the reastaurant (tab for 2 was close to 100$) ........not caring at all, not recommended,
go to Pink House and Drayton St.bars on River St. much better

S. Smith ON Canada

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Reviewed 23 October 2013

We made reservations to make sure we got into this restaurant. Our waiter, James, was very nice and provided excellent service as well as information about the house. We were lucky and got seated in the "Herb"house which is the oldest house in the state of Georgia. Both the experience and food were great.

Thank barry p
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Reviewed 18 October 2013

Not only is this a historic part of Savannah but it comes with a great lunch buffet, filled with yummy country food like we were raised on. It was very busy the day we were there and a bit noisy with children crying at tables but after they left if was very enjoyable. Our waitress was awesome and apologized for the delay. Hard to walk around and look at the house as it is very crowded but we would return again.

Thank Patricia W
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Reviewed 14 October 2013

This restaurant is supposed to be the oldest building in Georgia. It's a little confusing to travel through the restaurant because it's a series of small rooms. The food was delicious and delivered quickly and nice and hot. The atmosphere was typical of a bar and grill. A lot of wood and dimly lit but very cozy. It was fun eating in a little piece of history.

Thank ChesmoRR
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Reviewed 9 October 2013

The Pirates' House will rank among the most memorable and entertaining highlights of my visit to Savannah. The building itself is no architectural marvel (though it does have its quirks), and I did not have time to stay for dinner, but the roaming pirate guide/entertainer who showed us around was fantastic. Her stories were interesting, her costume was great, and most of all she was incredibly engaging; during our little tour of the Pirates' House it felt like we were special guests. I would happily go back again.

Thank Matt K
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