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The Olde Pink House Restaurant


23 Abercorn St, Savannah
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The appropriately-named Olde Pink House is easy to find, with its iconic shade of pink, right across from Reynolds Square. The classic art-filled dining room with patina walls feels like you’re traveling back in time, while the menu includes Southern classics with the occasional twist, like fried green tomatoes, fried chicken with macaroni and cheese, and shrimp and grits “sushi.” We like this place best for dinner, when they serve more substantial plates that include crispy scored flounder and grilled pork tenderloin. Arches Bar, inside the same space, is a casual alternative if you can’t get into the main restaurant, and offers many of the same menu items, along with cocktails like the Pink Lady, made with lemonade and local Ghost Coast raspberry vodka.

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