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Pink House in Savannah, GA

Nadrooy | Aug 20, 201409:44 AM     2

There seems to be much press and favorable feedback from this spot. As an out-of-towner, I too found this spot several years ago by asking a local where she would recommend going. I can say that this past visit in July was a mistake. This is a well too known spot and the food and service suffered. Just too many people for any place to keep-up with. Granted- I like sitting at the side/street/bar (same menu), and I did this during prime season and dinner hour(s). My next visit will be to explore another dinner spot and will probably look to a further-out destination. I'm guessing that there are very few places in Savannah that aren't packed at least during the summer months. I'd be curious to hear some recommendations that might be 15-20 minutes outside the city.

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