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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
This is a decent restaurant that does not live up to it's reputation. The food was not inspired and the service was reasonable, but not so considering they use multiple waiters. I had the red rice dish and my girlfriend had the clams. Both dishes lacked flavor. There are excellent restaurants in this city. I would pick another one.
There's not much more than you can say about Elizabeth's that has hasn't already been said it's just positively the best restaurant in Savannah Georgia and the waiter Kim the absolute best waiter in the history of Savannah waiters and I mean that because I've known the guy for about 25 years and nobody can touch his style so be sure to ask for and if you go!
Impeccable in every way. If seeking a dining experience that is elegant yet not stuffy, look no further. But please, dress in a manner befitting. While coat and tie not mandated, the patrons adorning jeans and sweatshirts detracted from the ambiance (offered as a helpful hint- not to criticize). Elizabeth's captures the true essence of Savannah's charm and southern hospitality.
Awesome sums it up best. The environment, menu, and wine list were great. The food was outstanding. However what sets it apart from other restaurants is their attitude and service. In particular their accommodating special dietary constraints was flawless and didn’t require long explanation or making one feel guilty. Instead our waiter simply replied “done!” It was and done imaginatively and superbly. A wonderful experience.
Elizabeth's was excellent. Google maps could not find it for us so we had to find it the old fashioned way. I had the grouper in peanut sauce and it was excellent. My husband had a seafood cippino type dish that was great. The server was very proper and efficient.
Situated in an historic mansion, the ambience of this Savannah favorite cannot be beat. The service was appropriately attentive and professional. For a restaurant with such a sterling reputation, the food was a bit of a disappointment as it was all rather over-salted and lacking in creativity.
We stop in Savannah twice a year. Although, there are many great restaurants, Elizabeth’s remains our favorite. The food is always delicious and innovative. Elizabeth’s is in a mansion with many beautiful rooms. Service is always great without being intrusive.
Just a vacation special treat meal at one of Savannah’s better restaurants. Service excellent and friendly, host extremely friendly and courteous and welcomed discussion about local events and locations. Food probably very innovative for Savannah, but as we live in NYC, there would be lots of capable competition up here. All-in-all though a pleasant evening with great service.
It's difficult to say, the appetizers and main dishes were wonderful, the 'palate cleanser' salad was drowning in oil and the almond pecan tart was overly sweet and unexceptional. The waitstaff was also wonderful, from our older gentleman waiter who suggested that he could split up and serve our two appetizers so we could share the eggplant soup (amazing) and scallops (delicious, but only 2 per order for an app that cost $16+?!), to our waitress who was absolutely delightful, serving us exceptional Grouper Celeste and the salmon dish. The difficult part is that we booked well in advance for our anniversary dinner on our vacation to Savannah, and when we arrived we were greeted by the owners/managers?, and lead to a tiny table crushed against a wall, almost on top of a dinner party on the other side, in a side room. When we asked if there was a nicer table, we were lead (in a kind of disgruntled way) to the rear of a room right by the door to the kitchen where the servers enter and exit. Without sitting down, we asked again if there was a nicer table and were shown the enclosed porch, and told those were our only options. The restaurant was not full, and, of course every restaurant does things its own way, but it seems that we could have been accommodated at a nicer table, as they knew we were visiting the city and there for a special occasion (we told them). Where we sat was quiet and wound up being fine, but it wasn't the ambiance or experience that the restaurant advertises. We had hoped to spend our anniversary in the attractive main part of the restaurant, feeling like we were dining in a mansion, surrounded by fireplaces, pictures, etc. So, for two of the courses and waitstaff - excellent; greeters (who never came to ask if we were happy and comfortable) and ambiance - disappointing.
The best food I've ever had in my life. Our experience was amazing. From beginning to end, we were taken away from the hustle and bustle of every day life. I forgot my cellphone existed. We were all wrapped in the ambiance of Elizabeth's. It was a beautiful night. The food was superb. I savored every single morsel. Every new dish was a extraordinary gift for my taste buds!
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