The Pirates' House

Seafood Restaurant, Southern / Soul Food Restaurant, and American Restaurant$$$$
  • Dr. Liz
    "The pecan fried chicken and shrimp & grits are the truth!"(6 Tips)
    Ashley L.
    "Try the lunch buffet, great taste and decent value!"(9 Tips)
    Kristen N.
    "The crab soup and shrimp basket is excellent!"(5 Tips)
    Stan J.
    "Hands down, the best southern buffet I've had."(3 Tips)
173 Tips and reviews
  • Southern food
  • seafood
  • buffet
  • fried chicken
  • family-friendly
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  • Edie S.
    Edie SuttonJune 9, 2016
    The fresh banana pina colada was the best ever. The orange marmalade is the only orange marmalade that I will eat. Hate it normally. Love it here. had shrimp and grits this time and it was delicious.
  • Ashley L.
    Ashley LordMay 30, 2013
    Try the lunch buffet, great taste and decent value! The kids loved hearing the ghost stories and walking through the old bar discovering tunnels. Get there before noon to beat the crowd.
  • Scott G.
    Scott GroppenbeckerAugust 11, 2014
    Go for their lunch buffet. It's not a bad price and they have some of their best food on it. Definitely try the BBQ chicken and Mac & Cheese. If you're ordering off the menu, try the Pecan Chicken.
  • Carl F.
    Carl FMarch 6, 2015
    We saw this on the tour. It's part of the tunnel system that was once used to smuggle rum. Be sure to take the kid friendly tour. Lots of fun.
  • Ulaş Ç.
    Ulaş ÇamsarıDecember 28, 2014
    Such an outstanding piece of history. Those who are fans of Stevenson's Treasure Island, you have got to see this place. Captain Flint of the book is said to have died here, telling his stories.
  • Tiffany P.
    Tiffany PorterAugust 7, 2014
    Very cool restaurant. Loved exploring the different rooms & the pirate gift shop. We had the soup, salad, & chicken salad plate and the pimento cheeseburger- both good. Service could have been better
  • Dawn R.
    Dawn RatnerJuly 20, 2015
    Thia is a great Sunday family lunch spot. Everyone loves the historic designe. Kids love the food and the Pirates. This is a must for visitors. They have delicous food as well.
  • Lauren D.
    Lauren DarrMarch 19, 2013
    A great time in the bar area! Get the artillery punch, and if Travis is behind the bar, ask for the Pirate's Butthole shot! Get the pecan crusted fried chicken...soooooooo gooood!
  • Heather A.
    Heather AveryApril 23, 2016
    The bartenders, the food, the atmosphere, the character... Awesome! We had peel & eat garlic wine shrimp, spinach strawberry goat cheese salad and lump crab cakes. Yum! We'll totally be back!
  • Patricia S.
    Patricia SelentOctober 31, 2016
    The food and atmosphere were incredible. Michael Otworth has been to Savannah several times and suggested we go there for was a short walk from our hotel. Service was spot on.
  • Stephanie V.
    Stephanie VarnerJuly 6, 2016
    Great honey butter biscuits! I had the fried pork chop sandwich and it was delicious. Our server was very friendly and provided great service. Fun environment, great food!
  • Kristi H.
    Kristi HeraldJuly 28, 2013
    The food is delicious and it's a great place for kids. Make sure you take advantage of the nightly specials. Release the Kracken punch was a big hit at our table.
  • Kat
    KatJuly 13, 2013
    We loved it. Shrimp and grits are delicious. Also the pork chops were thick and juicy. .loved the wine marinated spinach! Everything was awesome! Definitely coming back! !
  • Stan J.
    Stan JohnsonAugust 9, 2014
    Had the lunch buffet. Hands down, the best southern buffet I've had. The mash potatoes, mac n cheese, collards, chicken, greens, biscuits....all AMAZING!!!
  • Virginia H.
    Virginia HallJuly 22, 2012
    I was very impressed. The lunch buffet was fantastic and fairly priced. Much better than lady and sons. Joseph was a fantastic server. We will be back to see him.
  • Kristen N.
    Kristen NataleJuly 13, 2011
    The crab soup and shrimp basket is excellent! Great customer service from the moment we walked in! If you are able come when they first open, few people and more room to explore!
  • Bethanne B.
    Bethanne BabbsMarch 19, 2016
    The fried oysters are excellent! Has a great atmosphere... especially if you like history. Definitely take a light jacket though, it's a little cool inside sometimes!
  • Chris V.
    Chris VodolaFebruary 15, 2015
    Oldest bar in Georgia and a must while you're in Savannah. Bypass the wait and head over to the historic (and recently fully reno'd) bar space.
  • Shorty
    ShortyNovember 5, 2013
    Just had some drinks and a 'tour' of the place by a 'pirate' actor. Only stop at the bar to have drinks if you have LOTS of time on your hands. The tour is kid geared.
  • Stephanie B.
    Stephanie BMarch 28, 2015
    Chat with Country!! She is awesome and makes AMAZINGLY drinks! Ask for her signature drink called "country" 😀
  • Christine C.
    Christine ClarkAugust 9, 2013
    Great place. Good food. Strong mint julip. Huge amount of food. Only vegetarian option is the house salad.
  • Michael D.
    Michael DelamerJuly 30, 2013
    Try the southern fried quail and waffles appetizer! And for your meal the chicken and sausage jambalaya which is out of this world !!!
  • Minh N.
    Minh NghiMarch 29, 2014
    Pimento cheeseburger is cooked to your desired temperature (a rarity) and totally worthy skipping breakfast for. Eat in the bar and a enjoy the baudy jokes!
  • Chris S.
    Chris SalmonAugust 25, 2012
    Buffet excellent, small but very delicous. Mac and cheese and eggs benedict are out of this world
  • Bennett R.
    Bennett RaineySeptember 11, 2012
    The food was excellent. Service was prompt and courteous. We had had the grilled chicken. But I think one of the ghost gave me diarrhea. Very haunted.
    KeytoSavannah.comDecember 3, 2010
    Recognized for appealing Southern cuisine since 1753, it is an unforgettable dining experience. History tells that the Pirates' House was the tavern of choice by Capt. Flint of "Treasure Island."
  • Atlanta Food Critic ..
    Atlanta Food Critic .comFebruary 23, 2011
    If you are planning an evening visit, make sure that Jack Sparrow (he’s young and short) is there. He’s really, really good and will give you an excellent time. READ REVIEW Read more
  • Adam T.
    Adam TornesMay 24, 2016
    Ask for a pirate's tour and learn a bit about Savannah's pirate history. Get a "Skullcrusher" to drink - it'll knock you on your ass!
  • Cortney W.
    Cortney WallaceFebruary 26, 2016
    The service was awesome! The she crab soup was outstanding, and the shrimp parmesan was delicious! I will definitely be going back! 😍
  • Claire W.
    Claire WhiteMarch 8, 2014
    This place is truly historic with authentic, original atmosphere and the best food I've ever had.
  • Amy H.
    Amy HatchMay 31, 2014
    Check out the pirate tunnel. Yeah the legends are there for the tourist but it's still fun and they have calorie free desserts
  • Jeremy
    JeremyDecember 31, 2012
    A Savannah must! Storied history with excellent food and service! You can't go wrong here. We absolutely loved it.
  • Heather N.
    Heather NelsonMarch 10, 2014
    Cool old building, some interesting history. Drink some rum, and try the pecan fried chicken. The building is said to be haunted.
  • Brandi B.
    Brandi BruceJune 25, 2015
    Been here 10+ times
    The renovations might have took some of the old charm but the drinks are still tasty and the food delicious!
  • Frank M.
    Frank MarinoMarch 22, 2015
    Oh my god the sea food here was phenomenal everything was great the service was fantastic and entertaining
  • Alecia W.
    Alecia WorleyAugust 17, 2014
    I could eat the squash casserole a day. For breakfast, lunch and dinner. Best I've ever had
  • Chris T.
    Chris TomlinApril 23, 2015
    Awesome fried shrimp and oysters! Everything is great! Chefs have more than 30 years experience.
  • Bikabout
    BikaboutMay 3, 2016
    Neat piece of Savannah history. This is where unsuspecting young men were boozed up and kidnapped in the middle of night onto boats for indentured servitude.
  • Dr. Liz
    Dr. LizMay 6, 2013
    The pecan fried chicken and shrimp & grits are the truth! The end.
  • Bill S.
    Bill SMay 26, 2012
    It is a Savannah institution. One of the oldest restaurants in the area and worth the time at least once.
  • Tricia M.
    Tricia MilazzoMarch 3, 2013
    Delicious! She crab soup was great. All of the rooms and history are so much fun!!
  • Austin A.
    Austin ArnoldApril 16, 2013
    Really good she-crab soup and drinks. The place is rather kitchey but I can see how it appeals to families.
  • CJ S.
    CJ StimmellApril 1, 2016
    Great place to take the kids while in Savanah. Outstanding soup salad and Wich combo
  • Jennifer G.
    Expensive but delicious and an incredible historical building.
  • Francisco C.
    Francisco CanoAugust 12, 2014
    The seafood here is AMAZING! If you're ever in Savannah, make sure you stop by and grab something to eat.
  • Sonia M.
    Sonia MoraisMarch 23, 2015
    We did the buffet for lunch and it was delicious! The banana pudding was amazing!!
  • Laurence R.
    Laurence RidgwellNovember 2, 2015
    Great buffet and awesome setting with such an old haunted house
  • Amanda D.
    Amanda DavisJune 24, 2013
    I had the Broiled Seafood Platter with grits as my side dish, very very good!
  • Shane H.
    Shane HayesJanuary 6, 2014
    This place is historic and worth the trip, don't miss it when visiting Savannah!
  • cathie b.
    cathie balesMay 30, 2013
    Come hungry. The food is great and the portions are huge. Savannah Tea is delicious
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