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About 17Hundred90 Inn and Restaurant
Named for the year it was constructed, 17Hundred90 provides a dining experience without equal in a historic city which prides itself in showering visitors in the unhurried luxury and service of times gone by.
A living time capsule of America's earliest decades, 17Hundred90 captures the authentic flavor of an eighteenth century river port hotel and restaurant while working diligently to provide wonderful new memories for our guests.
Savannah, GA 31401
Continental, Southern, Contemporary American
Hours of Operation:
Dinner Nightly: 5:00pm - 9:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
1790 Restaurant and Inn offers a live pianist EVERY night from 5p.m. until 9p.m.
We do not offer off-site catering.
We also have a small private lot that we use to accommodate our Inn guest but also our dinner patrons
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, Wine
17Hundred90 Inn and Restaurant Ratings and Reviews
Good service. My filet was to be well done but came out Luke warm and fairly pink. The mashed potatoes and sauce were outstanding. The piano player was great and really added to the ambience. Of course, the honey biscuit is exquisite. Overall the four of us really enjoyed our dining experience.
We dined at the 17Hundred90 restaurant while staying in the Inn for our anniversary . It was very crowded and loud when we first arrived due to large table who was celebrating a birthday After they left things changed completely and the live piano music filled the room.
When our dinner was served we could not have been happier !!! It was one of the best meals I have ever had ! I ordered a Mahi special that was out of this world ! I would recommend this restaurant to anyone visiting Savannah !
To start we loved the live piano music & ambience but were given a odd cocktail menu with all cocktails made with ginger beer? ?There was nothing without it so we inquired & got an additional drink menu with a few non-ginger beer cocktails. The honey biscuit to start was great! The appetizers were good but the entrees were hit or miss. The jambalaya was good, the chicken with Boursin was tasty but much too heavy on the cheese & the special of grouper & seabass on a bed of pesto pasta was just awful. I could not eat it, to their credit they did remove it from the bill.
This was my 4th time at this restaurant and I had the salmon. I wish the salmon was as good as the times before, but the waiter did not come and check if I liked how it was cooked nor did he ask how I would like it cooked.
I wrote this review so that this could be improved on as normally I have had great experiences at this restaurant. I do feel waiters should ask how you want your salmon cooked. Mine was not cooked enough.
Our server Clayton was very efficient and friendly. I had the fried eggplant and farro. The farro was tasteless but the eggplant ravioli was good. The green beans on the side was way over cooked. The ambiance was very cozy and charming. To our disappointment, the ghosts that live at ththe restaurant/Inn did not make their appearance. The location
The restaurant is lovely and the piano playing was a nice touch. The service was fantastic as well. I have had better meals there were some items that were not fantastic but we did enjoy the desserts (key lime tart and pecan pie!) And the biscuits are fantastic!
I was very happy to find a restaurant that would cater to my vegan/gluten free preferences. My server was very knowledgeable about what dressings were not vegan, which breads were not gluten free, and she did not tell when I cheated and had the key lime tart as a dessert! But I deserved it after running the Savannah Marathon! The atmosphere was so cozy and warm, and the live pianist was the perfect touch!
Delicious meal, beginning with the roasted squash soup. The biscuit with melted honey butter tasted like we were starting with dessert. Sautéed shrimp was done perfectly with flavorful risotto! We are from out of state but will visit again if our travels bring us back to Savannah! Really enjoyable evening!
Disappointing. Food not as good as expected and for the price. Service great. Waiter very good. Ordered two fish dishes, on one the topping was cold; the other was over angel hair paste which had the most flavor of anything. Bread pudding desert not good. We ate there several years ago and was very good. Don't know what happened.
Very disappointed in our dining experience. Rack of lamb, ordered pink, was over cooked, tough and actually inedible. Despite a conversation with the waiter about how the salmon should be prepared, just past raw in the middle, it too was well done. Escargot was good but would have been excellent if it had been served hot. Very much liked the ambiance and piano player but everything else very sub par.
The restaurant is very pleasant and with a pianist playing in the corner of the room there was a very relaxed atmosphere. The food selection was very good with some interesting choices using local foods, our main problem was deciding what to eat and wishing we were staying longer so we could try other dishes. The service was great, or server was attentive and the food arrived without a long wait. The food is moderately priced and good value for money. We would highly recommend this restaurant.
Really enjoyed this place. Had a cocktail before in the bar - fun and delicious "storm" drinks. Had an delicious meal in the dining room - highly recommend the pork shank. Our server was excellent, and we really enjoyed the piano player - it all added up to an outstanding ambience.
Amazing service from the moment we walked in to our visit at the bar and later by our server at dinner. Great food, great service. Loved the ambience of the building along with the piano player. Not your typical "trendy" restaurant - which we loved! Highly recommend!!
Classical Piano (live) background. Dim lighting. Brick and wood beams. Awesome food. We (2) had oysters Rockefeller, crab soup, specialty salad, trout w/crab and asparagus, crab cakes-scallops-shrimp, pecan pie, ice cream and coffee. Attentive but not intrusive service. Excellent martini and house chardonnay.
Compares favorably in our opinion with another of our favorites - The Pink House.
But for us, this is our preference.
Great food but slow service. Overheard an appetizer special that was not offered or told to us. We think our waiter was split between two rooms so maybe that was the issue. Will recommend and try again since the food was outstanding. Our check was delivered before we asked for it and we were not asked about dessert and coffee. Maybe he was a new waiter.
I ordered the blackened shrimp and it came out and it was nothing other than boiled shrimp with a tiny bit of blackened seasoning sprinkled on it. The vegetable was a pre Frozen vegetable medley. My spouse is dinner was very good they did a vegan tofu entree for him and was very creative. After we ordered we heard another waiter saying there was specials. Our waiter never mention the specials. We would most likely not return. 😕
17Hundred90 House is our favorite restaurant in Savannah. We love the historic, cozy and comfortable ambience of the beautiful dining room that is both elegant and simple at the same time. The pianist is always wonderful! The food is delicious and the service - warm and friendly. We had guests visiting from Colorado who are possibly following us in relocating to Savannah. We all devoured the honey biscuits and shared crab stuffed mushroom and bacon wrapped scallop appetizers. For entrees we enjoyed the Salmon, Swordfish special, Eggplant Parmesan and Jambalaya - every one perfectly prepared and beautifully served. For dessert we shared the Princess Pineapple Coconut Cake - light, refreshing and deliciously sweet.
A staple of the downtown dining scene in Savannah, 17 Hundred 90 believes slow and steady wins the race. You won't find any nouveau cuisine here, just solid dishes proven over time. The atmosphere is as authentic as the menu, so don't let the preponderance of tourists dining here dissuade you; this is a favorite among locals as well. Great service from a seasoned staff, a familiar and fairly priced wine list and solid food execution make 17 Hundred 90 one of Savannah's Top 10 dining establishments. And yes, the place is haunted.
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