Atlanta Restaurant Reviews

ROAD TRIP: Pirate’s House, Savannah GA


One of our favorite places to visit in Savannah is Pirate’s House. Over the years, we’ve had many good times here and this day was no exception.

We normally come for dinner but today we decided to give the lunch menu a try. Not only is it easier to get a table, it’s also easier on the wallet. They offer an all-you-can-eat buffet, but Melanie and I diligently did not opt for that.

Just like the evening though, there is a pirate roaming about offering entertainment and will lead a tour of the house as well (please remember to tip). If you are planning an evening visit, make sure that Jack Sparrow (he’s young and short) is there. He’s really, really good and will give you an excellent time.

I chose the Blackened Grouper Sandwich  with potato salad and Melanie went with a Burger and Fries. The grouper was very good and the potato salad was out of this world. I would have preferred the bun toasted and I will ask for that the next time. The remoulade sauce was the perfect compliment and, characteristically unlike me, I used it liberally. Melanie really enjoyed her burger as it was cooked perfectly to her liking, but the fries were nothing special. We’d love to see them switch to making them homemade!

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Blackened Grouper Sandwich 
Burger and Fries.

The Pirate’s House is rich with history and legend and should not be missed by the visitor. The Pirate’s House has a whole lot more to do with the fun atmosphere than the food but it is certainly a must see when you come to Savannah. Guten appetit!

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