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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
Me and my wife came to Savannah for 35th Bday weekend from NYC. Food and service would rival an upscale NYC restaurant. Good Mixed crowd with younger and older diners as was worried about too stuffy an atmosphere. Although my wine was excellent I wish they had some lower price options which is more common today. It’s a 5 minute UBER ride from historic Savannah but that’s just a note not a complaint.
Elizabeth's on 37th is a great place for a special night out, not an every day place. I enjoyed my Berkshire pork chop and the portion was plenty. My date enjoyed her tenderloin very much. For dessert, we had a pecan tart and triple chocolate cake. They are both delicious! We will return.
As close to a perfect dining experience as can be. Beautiful setting, full of warmth and southern charm. Wonderful food, skilfully blending creativity and traditional Savannah dining. Knowledgeable and involved service and an excellent wine list. Make this a special occasion destination.
Terrible food on valentines day but always wonderful service. Other then the elbow rubbing and drunken patrons trying to tell us what to order. Oh no wait I also ordered champagne and was given wine instead. This was literally my go-to restaurant for everything I do in Savannah and unfortunately we probably will not return
There's a reason Tibetan Monks do their sand mandalas and eat and chant here when they're in town! The place is positively mystical on a food and service level and The Gothic Victorian atmosphere is just an amazing bonus! Since I review this restaurant all of the time and its still No 1 in Savannah by all measure, I'll just say, "let the reviews speak for themselves" and take a chance because you won't lose on rolling the dice or taking the proverbial plunge! Ask for Kim (guy) or Aly as your waiter and tell them Shannon sent you!
Hands down the best restaurant in Savannah! Gary, Greg, Morgan and the rest of their staff always make you feel welcomed. The wine list is amazing, and they always bring the most amazing wines if you ask them to choose something for you from the list. Everything on the menu is fresh and locally sourced. It is a restaurant not to be missed in Savannah!
This was the best meal I have eaten at Elizabeth's on 37th, but still left some room for improvement. The daily specials sounded very good, both appetizer as well as main course. My appetizer, the parmesan shell with corn, shrimp etc unfortunately was bland and the shrimp were a bit overcooked. When I mentioned this to the captain, he explained that it was subtle. As a chef with over 40 years of experience, I know the difference between subtle and underseasoned. The cauliflower-goat cheese flan on my main course was delightfully subtle and delicious, not so my appetizer. My main course flounder was boring and I didn't finish it. The three other guests chose a different main course and all three agreed that it was delicious. The brussel sprouts with the snapper were delicious. As always the wine selection was phenomenal if a bit pricey. The service was excellent and attentive but not the slightest bit obtrusive. All in all, it was a very nice evening out and a very pleasant break.
This was our first time to Savannah so did not really know what to expect. Our meal was quite lovely. We were seated in what was once a side porch which is now a very cozy dining room. Our servers were professional and very friendly and our meal was delicious. I would recommend that you go there hungry as the portions are generous. The restaurant is housed in what must have been an amazing mansion and it still retains many of the fixtures from before it was a restaurant. This is certainly a place for a special meal.
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!!!!
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