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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:
Sunday Brunch: 11am-3:00pm
Lunch: Monday - Saturday: 11am - 3:00pm;
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 offer on site catering for up to 60 people both formal and informal
We also have a small private lot that we use to accommodate our Inn guest but also our dinner patrons
Private Party Facilities:
We have private party facilities that can accommodate up to 32 guests.
Private Party Contact:
Patrick Godley: (912) 236-7122
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, Takeout, Wine
17Hundred90 Inn and Restaurant Ratings and Reviews
My wife and I dined here because it was convenient to a Savannah Music Festival venue. For starters my wife had a crab stew, which essentially was a chowder. She said it was good. My special 1790 house salad was quite ordinary, although the vinaigrette was quite good. My salmon with risotto and my wife's rack of lamb were good, standard fare. Service was attentive and friendly. In short, the food seems to be reliable, although not inspired. Try it if you're in the area, but no need to go out of your way.
Brunch was the WORST meal I ever had in Savannah, bar none. The food was barely edible, the space is filthy, and there was one server in the entire space so service was abysmal. Really. Eat anywhere but here. The Benedict Arnold was composed of different meh ingredients. The omelettes were greasy overcooked egg crepes that had overcooked bland fillings not integrated into the eggs. The hash browns were not very brown and came out cold and mushy like the grits. Even the biscuits were tough and tired. We will not be back.
Best calamari we may have ever had. Pretty good value for an upscale restaurant .
Biggest issue was finding wine that was actually available as the first 3 we ordered off the wine list weren't . This was a long and awkward experience as the waiter had to keep checking in the back and grumbled about how they really needed to update their list
Scott our server was attentive and knowledgeable in the overall menu and making recommendations....the meal was outstanding! We both settled on the shrimp & scallop scampi over linguine and it was amazing. Just the right mix of herbs, garlic and sauce. My wife said it was delicious at least 10 times during the meal. Appropriately priced for the quality of food. Looking forward to a future trip to Savannah and most certainly a return to 17Hundred90...very well done! We highly recommend this establishment.
I wanted to find a fabulous place to treat our friends as a thank you for hosting us in Savannah. This restaurant had lots of excellent reviews on several sites, so I was really looking forward to a special meal. We started with crab cakes, and they were very good. My husband and I ordered the trout, and it was disappointing. It was good but nothing special, and not worth the price. Our friends ordered the lamb and said it was good, but I didn't have a taste so can't really speak to it. I tried the pecan pie for dessert, and it was good but not what I was expecting from a Southern restaurant. This didn't live up to my expectations.
Had a lovely time with friends for a leisurely dinner. The food was good, nothing overly amazing but still good. The service was good although the food was very slow to come out. All in all in took about an hour to get our entrees and we ordered 2 apps that weren't delivered until almost 40 minutes after we placed the order. We actually thought the server probably forgot to put in our app order it took so long. Good news is we weren't in a hurry. Our drinks were never dry and the biscuits with honey (which ended up being more of an appetizer) was really delicious and might be a reason to return on their own.
Stuffed mushrooms appetizer was good but $12 brought 3 small mushrooms..My husband ordered the Mahi special. He left 3/4 on his plate and said that his dinner was terrible. I ordered the shrimp and scallop linguine. It had absolutely no flavor. Kept having to add salt and pepper. Will not be going back.
Took my girlfriend there as part of our evening prior to proposing. I wanted something romantic. This was definitely that. The food was delicious. She had the Boursin Chicken which was amazing and I had the Mahi Mahi special which was also great. Reasonably priced and good service.
Horrible service. Abagail, the waitress was unable to describe food. When adked the difference between the sauteed shrimp and the blackened shrimp she said one was sauteed and the other was backened. We adked her which bourbons they served and dhe went to adk the bartender. She told us there were so many that she just wrote down 4. We asked her to find out the others. Same happened with the gin. She went.back to ask bartender and when she returned she said she found out but couldn't remember the names but knew beefeater was one of them. She asked for our dessert orders while our friend was still eating his entree. She was unable toxadequately do her job. Had to request silverware several times. The risotto was gluey and paste-like. Shrimp were over cooked and tasteless. Only positive was excellent pianist.
Enjoyed our stay at the 17hundred90 Inn and ate in the restaurant once, and the Tavern once. The food is good - not outstanding. The biggest thumbs up goes to the Honey Biscuits service before the meals (but not part of continental breakfast????) The thumbs down is the coffee - thin and watery which seemed shocking for Savannah and for most places in the south (said the good southern coffee-lover). Couldn't wait to get home and make a cup of my own - even though it was late afternoon. The staff at the inn and restaurant are attentive and helpful. I do recommend the Inn and Restaurant for a nice weekend getaway.
This was our first visit to this restaurant, and it was a great choice. We had been wanting to try it, as it was so highly recommended by friends. Everything was delicious, and the dining room is historic and cozy. Can't wait to return for another good meal.
Food was excellent although one couple complained the bread pudding was dry. Waiter had a booming voice that took away from the general ambiance. He didnt pace himself but just barged right in eventhough one member of our party was mid sentence. The piano player was perfect....wonderful...a welcome addition. He chose appropriate musical selections & kept the volume low enough we could enjoy our conversation....but still gear him and him along sometimes. I hope 17 Hundred 90 retains him fir a good long while. ..plus he didn't take any breaks but played through for probably 3 hrs!
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