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About Elizabeth on 37th
Southern hospitality, fine coastal cuisine, and well-chosen wines in a comfortable, elegant 1900 mansion have made Elizabeth on 37th a favorite destination in Savannah for 24 years. Inspired by Chef Elizabeth Terry, Elizabeth on 37th continues to serve a sumptuous combination of traditional and innovative dishes, directed by Chef Kelly Yambor. The wine program and service staff are led by owners Greg and Gary Butch. Elizabeth on 37th is located in the Victorian District. The mansion, built for a cotton broker, is decorated with historic Savannah colors and patterns, fresh flowers, original paintings and ceramics, and is entered through fragrant herb gardens. *For parties larger than 8, please contact the restaurant for availability via phone or email. Thank you.*
Savannah, GA 31401
Contemporary American, Southern
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Nightly: 6:00pm - 9:30pm Please note: not all tables available are posted online.
$50 and over
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Parking is available on 37th Street in front of the restaurant - on both sides of 37th.
Private Party Facilities:
The second floor banquet rooms can accommodate parties of up to 50 people (completely private with foyer/reception area and private courtyard).
Private Party Contact:
Morgen Schaff: (912) 236-5547
Banquet, Fireplace, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Elizabeth on 37th occasionally offers special wine tasting/winemaker dinners. Please call if you would like to be added to our mailing list.
Elizabeth on 37th Ratings and Reviews
If I could give a higher review I would I cant say enough about the service was excellent. The food was so good I would consider driving the 3 hours just for dinner I don think I have ever had a steak that just melted in my mouth. the red snapper and brussel sprouts were to die for this is a must for anyone going to savannah!!!!
The service was great, prompt and attentive
The portion was huge, but food was greasy: too much butter and oil, not enough flavor. I ordered Georgian shrimp, it came with a lot of rice , bits of fish. It was spiced with cayenne pepper, but not much of other flavor.
I hoped for find something interesting, b/c James Beard recognized this restaurant, instead the food was below average, wasted calories
A southern experience you can enjoy without reservation. The house was built in 1901, fireplaces, wallpaper, gold ceilings, swooning coach in the bathroom...it's an antique world, and you are welcome. Food is mainly local seafood with brilliant flavor combinations and a personalized service that is unparalleled in our time. You'll never forget a meal at Elizabeth's.
The whole experience of this dinner was top notch. Service was impeccable. Ambiance lovely. Food was delicious. Hubby had the pork and said it was divine. One son had the tenderloin and ate very last bite. Other son had the roast chicken and it was good - not the best he's had. I had the grouper and it was nice. I've had better but it was good. Service and dining experience was definitely 5 star. Food was close.
Great overall....two pet pieves....in a fine restaurant guests should not be addressed as “you guys” by maitre d and a greeter.... and if wait staff wears pressed white shirts and bow toes, maitre d should wear at least that, and more.....apps and entrees and dessert excellent...salad mediocre....wait staff great....overall four stars for above reasons
We enjoyed 2 appetizers, grilled oysters and the tomato & cheese salad as well as 2 entrees a crusted red snapper special and a steak. EVERY THING was prepared and cooked to perfection. Simple yet complex flavors kept us guessing the identity of ingredients used. Each bite was better than the last. We highly recommend this restaurant. One of our favorite meals of all time and we travel very frequently.
I had high expectations going here...there are so many 5 star reviews. However, my husband and I were unimpressed. The food was just okay. We got an appetizer, salad, two different entrees, and a dessert. Nothing really blew us away...and for the prices they charge, I expect to be blown away. The service was great, but very slow. The seats are uncomfortable and rock hard, so we were more than ready to get out of there after waiting for food so long... about an hour and a half altogether. The ambiance is unique and fun, but the lack of parking is frustrating. Overall, a disappointing experience.
Best local place with delicious food. Great ambiance and excellent/interesting meals. Owner was our waiter and he was awesome—he knows a lot about food and wine because it’s his passion. Had a great conversation with him, as did other patrons. Attention to detail and patrons, but not stuffy or bothersome. Highly recommend!
We enjoyed wonderful service and exceptional food on New Year's Eve (oysters on the half shell appetizer, red snapper and flounder entrees- all specials). Wonderful wine list and pairing recommendations. Highly recommend for a special occasion or while visiting Savannah!
Excellent well prepared food, delicious, but It’s a long wait for service and the food to be served.
Was expecting better ambiance and the quality of the furnishings of this mansion. The upkeep and maintenance of the facility has been overlooked for a while.
Parking is a real issue. There is only street parking and not enough of it.
It’s not a 5-star experience.
Less than impressed... Given prior knowledge of it being a large hallmark occasion, there was not even the slightest mention of such, being it congratulations or what have you. We were then shoehorned into an uncomfortable very busy hall like table.
As servers dressed in dingy, unkempt, even unhygienic looking shirts blasted by bumping and knocking the table more than once. While food was decent at best, the rest was not worth noting or returning for -
1st Time there, very excited but quickly disappointed. Cramped and noisy for a special occasion meal. Waited an hour for our table (with a reservation). Decided on the tenderloin while we waited as the plates passing by were beautiful and it was huge but by the time we sat and the same dish was served to us it was less than half the size of the tenderloins they were serving earlier in the evening.
Completely over-rated, won’t return.
The service and ambiance were wonderful. While the food was very good, when one is paying close to $40 for an entree, one would like to be wowed! It was not Wow food. A nice experience, but we will look for another “special” place. We love Elizabeth’s, but felt disappointed food-wise.
Wonderful! It was early New Year’s Eve dinner and the restaurant was so festive and beautifully decorated and yes there were lots of people but they handled it superbly!
We had a corner table for two and our service was great.....he understood that we wanted to take our time and the food was absolutely delicious...........I recommend please try the salmon!
As always, our experience at Elizabeth's was outstanding! The wait staff is always friendly, helpful and attentive. The food is superb! The wine list is exceptional! We enjoyed our traditional New Years Eve at Elizabeth's. On this occasion, I enjoyed the special flounder entree, while my companion enjoyed the special red snapper entree ... with this awesome cauliflower flan. Wow.
After our delightful evening, we decided to make our next reservation ... since Elizabeth's quickly fills up!
Again, another masterpiece evening at Elizabeth's !
Excellent service - excellent food. However, when we entered the front door the hostess said " you're outside" - then walked us out and around to the back and up two flights of stairs to what must have been an old bedroom. The stairs were difficult for grandma. We sat all by ourselves in this room for about 40 minutes feeling like we were banished from the main floor restaurant. Anyway you may want to ask where they will seat you when you make the resrvation. The food and service were top notch. Ambience not so much, up in the spare bedroom.
The service and ambience made Elizabeth's worth the visit. Both servers could not have been nicer and the house and dining spaces are lovely. Unfortunately the food was mediocre at best. For the price we expected more. The biscuits seemed under cooked and had no flavor. I believe they count on guests to slather on the orange marmalade. Our onion soup was bland, however the shrimp on top of the soup were really fresh. The salad course was comical...perhaps the equivalent of two pieces of lettuce with a tangerine that hadn't even had the pith removed. Both entrees (salmon way too much ginger on top and pork chop had too much vinegar from the slaw) were downers because of one cloying ingredient. Our desert was fine but the coffee we ordered came after we had finished the torte. We were disappointed in the quality of the food but still had a memorable evening.
We were on vacation and enjoyed a dinner here. I had the grouper which was delicious. My husband had the Carolina rice which was delicious and was full of fresh seafood. My brother had the seeded flounder special and loved it. We enjoyed the tomato mozzarella appetizer. It had a seasonal variety of colored tomatoes and actually was quite delicious for a basic app. I can’t remember the other app we had. My brother enjoyed the shrimp potato soup. We all had dessert that was tasty. This was one of my favorite meals in Savannah
Our dining experience was wonderful. Our waiter Gary was very attentive the entire time. The food was delicious. Great birthday dinner. We ate at 700 Drayton (since we stayed at The Mansion) and the service was terrible. We were very disappointed in the whole dining experience. Loved Elizabeth’s!!
The only problem was parking.
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