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
We were not really received by the hoste ...
We were not really received by the hostess. We got to our table by waiter. The wine we ordered was not available. The waiter was inexperienced. On leaving the hostess didn't say anything. Food was good but the people need more training on how to try to make our meal a good experience.
We thoroughly enjoyed our first visit to ...
We thoroughly enjoyed our first visit to 1790. The setting is an historic house. The restaurant is on the first floor and the inn is on the floors above. The authentic feeling of the brick walls and open rafters makes the setting warm and cozy. The piano is in the first dining room. The music chosen was relaxed and classic. The performer was talented and did a good job of keeping the noise level under control. The food was excellent. We had the shrimp and scallop scampi, lamb, and wreckfish special for entrees along with the escargot and fried green tomatoes for starters. All dishes were well presented and tasty. Our server, Allie, did a great job of juggling her tables. She gave us just enough attention without seeming too solicitous or too absent. My only complaint would be the extra long wait between the appetizers and the main dishes. Otherwise, the experience was pleasant and the food was superb.
Looked great online. Waiter was rude, ne ...
Looked great online. Waiter was rude, never returned to see if our food was good, refills, and just had a bad attitude. Dark complexion guy with black hair in a ponytail. Filet was subpar taste for outstanding price. Ended up having friend staying in the hotel there that we ran into the next day. Said they'd thought about trying it until we told them about our experience. Didn't appear to be that busy for the service to be so bad.
We always enjoy the ambiance and food at ...
We always enjoy the ambiance and food at 1790. It is a favorite for many years now, and we never hesitate to return. If you have not been...go. The pianist is excellent, staff is friendly and efficient, and the food is well prepared and tasty. We love the rack of lamb, seafood, and occasionally we will have a great filet!
Excellent service (I believe our server ...
Excellent service (I believe our server was John - he wears bow ties and is very friendly), delicious food (shrimp and grits, Boursin chicken, Caesar salad), cozy atmosphere, and lovely, soft piano music. This is our second visit here and it is on our list of favorite restaurants on our Savannah trips!
We had 8:15 reservations on New Year's E ...
We had 8:15 reservations on New Year's Eve. We had dined at another restaurant the last few years and after our last experience we looked for something new. We are so glad we did!! Everything from the hostess to the dessert was exceptional! Very attentive staff, excellent dinner, delicious bread pudding! We never felt rushed or crowded - we will definitely be back!
My boyfriend and I went to 17Hundred90 f ...
My boyfriend and I went to 17Hundred90 for NYE. Our server was a sweetheart and we were seated near the piano player, who was phenomenal! The ambiance of the restaurant is romantic with a touch of old time class. We loved it and our favorite thing on the menu, by far, were the bacon wrapped scallops!
17Hundred90 is our favorite restaurant i ...
17Hundred90 is our favorite restaurant in Savannah. The quaint, but elegant historic ambience is unmatched. We would go for the honey butter biscuits alone, but last evening we had Kentucky Mules, Crab Stuffed Mushrooms, Bacon Wrapped Scallops, Pork Osso Bucco, Sauted Shrimp with Savannah Rice and Rattatiulle capped off with a piece of Pecan Pie and Tawny Port. As us usual, everything was wonderful!
Very disappointed. This was our absolute ...
Very disappointed. This was our absolute favorite restaurant when we came to Savannah in June - everything they brought out of the kitchen was amazing. Not sure if they changed chefs but definitely not the same food. The scallop appetizer was over cooked and did not have a huge amount of flavor. Both my husband's and my food came out cold to lukewarm. When I asked them to reheat the food, it came out cold a second time. I ordered the neptune. The sauce it was in was awful and the risotto was tasteless. When I told the waiter the food did not taste good he said he was sorry and just took it away. He did not ask if I wanted something else. When I asked for the manager and relayed what happened they said they had a hard time keeping the food warm in the winter and offered dessert but still not if I wanted a different meal. My husband had to ask for them to bring me another dish. I ordered the filet which was completely unseasoned. It was a good cut of meat but tasteless. The green beans were overcooked. The manager did comp the main dish, dessert and coffee but we would not return. Not good food. My only guess after our first amazing meal in June is that it had to be a different chef. Would not recommend.
This was the second time we had Christma ...
This was the second time we had Christmas Dinner at 17Hundred90. It is a buffet but the nicest one I have ever seen. I am not usually a buffet person but the food is so good it is worth going back. They have a piano player and the atmosphere is perfect for a holiday.
This was, by far, the worst dining exper ...
This was, by far, the worst dining experience we have endured in a very long time. The waiter was so bad, that we all wondered if we were on hidden camera. Drink orders were ignored. The waiter was unfamiliar with the menu. We asked for a wine recommendation and the waiter instructed us to "just read the wine list." Once the wine made it to the table it was barely chilled. The filet was mediocre, the salmon was quite "fishy" and the lamb was inedible and returned. We decided that tempting fate and attempting dessert would be more than we could tolerate. I can't imagine why anyone would eat at 1790 with all the other choices available.
Would like to have seen our waiter more ...
Would like to have seen our waiter more presentable. His uniform was unkept, his hair seemed as though it needed to be washed, and it was continually hanging down in his eyes. He did not present s very professional appearance.
Our appetizer and dinner were both great ...
Our appetizer and dinner were both great, service spectacular and the ambiance of the 1790 is a must see in Savannah. Just a bit noisy this Saturday evening and we were disappointed about the lack of interest in our interest for a stay at the Inn
The inn has a quaint historical charm go ...
The inn has a quaint historical charm going for it but that's it. Two issues: our waitress was a college girl who said the "steak special tonight has some type of French name I cannot pronounce." ( It was steak au poivre.) The chef/owner should be aghast that a waitress would say that to a diner who is expecting a nice dinner out with a professional staff - not seasonal help. The oysters Rockefeller were inedible - the oysters were stringy and cold. The trout was good but not good enough to compensate for the two aforementioned problems. The Olde Pink House was much better.
My wife and I shared two appetizers. Wh ...
My wife and I shared two appetizers. While they tasted good, several hours later we were both quite ill. I'll spare the details. Oddly enough, at the time we thought that the appetizers were the best part of the meal. The main courses were very average as was dessert. The wait staff was attentive, anyway.
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