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Southern: One of Savannah's most popular restaurants serves nouvelle Southern cuisine in a sophisticated 18th-century Georgian mansion, located adjacent to the historic Planter's Inn. You'll find typical dishes such as shrimp and grits, fried green tomatoes and barbeque-glazed duck, as well as other favorites such as a blackened oyster appetizer with watermelon relish and green tomato chow chow. Also on the list is the more traditional bourbon molasses-glazed grilled pork tenderloin with sweet potatoes and collards. The signature praline basket filled with vanilla ice cream and topped with sweet berries is the perfect finale to your meal. The restaurant's portrait-lined walls, fireplaces and shimmering chandeliers add to the charm, making the Olde Pink House one of the best places to savor a delicious meal in true Southern comfort.

Romantic Dining: One of Savannah's most popular restaurants serves new southern cuisine in a sophisticated 18th-century Georgian mansion, adjacent to the historic Planter's Inn. According to legend, ghostly figures haunt the premises, but guests shouldn't be dissuaded from going there and depriving themselves of their excellent food. The large selection of fish, beef, pork and chicken offer an array of outstanding options. Start with the mac and cheese jalapeño poppers with red coulis and salsa verde to kick start your entrée. The crispy scored flounder with apricot shallot sauce - a menu mainstay - is one of the favorites. The "BLT" salad, a twist on the traditional sandwich incorporates fried green tomatoes, crispy bacon and black pepper thyme buttermilk dressing, landing it a spot on the Food Network Show's, "The Best Thing I Ever Ate." The signature praline basket filled with vanilla ice cream and topped with sweet berries is the perfect finale to your meal.

Seafood, Best Restaurants, Restaurants with Gluten-Free Menus, Best of Savannah's Historic District, Steakhouses: Legend has it that several ghosts haunt the 18th-century Georgian mansion that is home to the Olde Pink House. While it may be tempting to be on the lookout for those rumored spirits, diners will undoubtedly be distracted by the excellent food and cozy ambience that have made this one of the city's most popular restaurants. The Southern-influenced cuisine is always flavorful and features a large selection of fish, beef, pork and chicken dishes. Among the standout seafood entrees is the crispy scored flounder with apricot shallot sauce, which has been a mainstay on the menu for years. The "BLT" salad, a twist on the traditional BLT sandwich that incorporates fried green tomatoes, crispy bacon and black pepper thyme buttermilk dressing, was featured on the Food Network Show "The Best Thing I Ever Ate." The restaurant's signature praline basket filled with vanilla ice cream and topped with berries is the perfect way to end the meal.

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Local Expert Amy Pine Says:

Seafood, Best Restaurants, Restaurants with Gluten-Free Menus, Best of Savannah's Historic District: "Plan to arrive early and enjoy a drink and music downstairs in Planters Tavern, a cozy, historic bar with exposed brick, fireplaces and beautiful woodwork."

Best for Seafood Because: Upscale eatery the Olde Pink House has a menu chock full of seafood favorites, from a blackened oyster appetizer to a lavish shellfish tower.

Recommended as Best Restaurants Because: For outstanding Southern cuisine in a lovely setting, check out the Olde Pink House, an upscale eatery housed in one of the city's oldest buildings.

Best for Restaurants with Gluten-Free Menus Because: You'll dine in style and have plenty of options at the Olde Pink House, which has a gluten-free menu containing several popular dishes.

Recommended as Best of Savannah's Historic District Because: Fantastic food and a historic setting make the Olde Pink House a Savannah favorite. It's also one of the few high-end restaurants open for lunch.

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Pink House Platters
Soups & Salads
Appetizers
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