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Step into The Pirate’s House for a taste of what Savannah was like in the mid 1700’s. It was a time when visiting sailors came off the seas to eat hearty meals, share a story about their adventures and raise a ruckus. An Inn, just steps away from the Savannah River, served as a watering-hole for pirates and seamen from the Seven Seas. Today, that very Inn is The Pirate’s House, a specialty restaurant featuring authentic Georgia cuisine served in a theme reminiscent of its early roots. 15 separate dining rooms showcase Pirate artifacts and seafaring décor.
Wooden ships, iron pirates and framed pages from an early edition of the book Treasure Island adorn the walls throughout the restaurant. The Pirate’s House’s historic, lighthearted setting has been recognized by the American Museum Society and the restaurant is now a house museum. Many Savannahians and visitors make it a point to stop in at The Pirate’s House for the scrumptious Southern food and the high seas ambiance.