About 17Hundred90 Inn and Restaurant
Savannah, GA 31401
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.
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
The restaurant is in the basement of an ...
The restaurant is in the basement of an old Inn that is housed in an original Savannah structure. The service is excellent with food and wine recommendations. The honey covered biscuits served are a tease for the remainder of the meal. My wife had the beef cooked perfectly and tenderly. I enjoyed ever bite of salmon Oscar. We considered it an excellent Valentine's Day evening.
Every time we visit Savannah we make a p ...
Every time we visit Savannah we make a point to dine at 17hundred90. The food is always outstanding and the service is impeccable. I like the weekends since they have a wonderful pianist providing relaxing background music.
Dear 17Hundred90, Just a wonderful resta ...
Just a wonderful restaurant and atmosphere for a beautiful Valentine's day weekend dining experience.
All the staff were friendly and kind.
I ordered & ate Caesar Salad, Neptune & shared a pineapple cake /w my friend!
THANK You for serving us a good time and a Smile! :)
Unfortunately this choice didn't work ou ...
Unfortunately this choice didn't work out well for me. I brought 8 customers with me for what I thought would be a fun dinner at a haunted inn. The only problem was that the kitchen could not get it together and it ended with a 2.5 hour dinner and the food didn't even arrive for some of my guests. No explanations and just pathetic service - this is the first and only time I will go to 17hundred90.
Absolutely scrumptious! A perfectly pre ...
Absolutely scrumptious! A perfectly prepared mealfor Restaurant Wee. My hubby said his filet was mouthwatering delicious and my chicken dinner was most likely the best chicken I've ever eaten😍😍. Doesn't get any better than that. And, the biscuits....oh my, just enjoy. They are perfect!!!
CAVEAT: we went for restaurant week, so ...
CAVEAT: we went for restaurant week, so any evaluation is probably a little unfair due to volume of business. That said, I was honestly a little underwhelmed after expecting to eat in one of Savannah's premiere restaurants. The food was good, but the temperature on my chateau briand was Luke warm by the time it reached the table. Also, the wait staff was honestly a bit amateurish from what I was expecting at a restaurant of this caliber. I wouldn't refuse to go here if I was in a group setting, but I would not return on my own accord.
The Chateaubriand Rouge was excellent, b ...
The Chateaubriand Rouge was excellent, but the Corvina Lobster Alredo not so much. This fish did not have much flavor and it seemed the dish was under the heat lamp too long. The pasta was somewhat dried up and the sauce seeped to the bottom of the dish. Could have been tossed before bringing to the table. Otherwise, a very good meal.
We were in town on vacation and this was ...
We were in town on vacation and this was the first place we dined as it was my favorite from my last visit. The restaurant and staff did NOT disappoint! It was restaurant week, so for $30 we each had escargot, filet mignon, and dessert, plus honey-buttered biscuits! Service was attentive and timely. Love the exposed brick historical setting, piano, and feel of it all!
Tried this historical restaurant during ...
Tried this historical restaurant during restaurant week. Selections were diverse, something for everyone. Mashed potatoes were highly seasoned with horseradish. A little too much for my taste. Due to the low ceilings restaurant was very noisy. Loved the fact that it was haunted!
We just went as a table of 4 for restaur ...
We just went as a table of 4 for restaurant week. I think we all agreed that the food was amazing. We had filet mignon and a great chocolate dessert, however the service was not as expected. It took over 2 hours and 20 minutes from being sat to signing our check. It took well over 80 minutes to get our entree... And you would think with it being restaurant week, they would be prepared for the crowd and be prepared for the few menu options. I would definitely try it again and hope for better service. It was really a shame because the food and atmosphere was beyond wonderful.
Went during Restaurant week. Normally l ...
Went during Restaurant week. Normally love 17hundred90. The chateaubriand was more raw vs rare. Just simply lacked taste. had it during Restaurant week last year and it was really good. The lobster sauce alfredo with Corvina fish was really good. Service was okay, have had better. Not sure the chateaubriand was worth the charge. Will go again as we have always had a good experience prior.
We dined with friends as part of a "Rest ...
We dined with friends as part of a "Restaurant Week" event. Overall, we found the evening fine, but not anything outstanding enough that we will be making a second visit.
On the positive side, the location is downtown near other venues, the live piano dinner music was a very nice touch, the ambiance is "historic" in the lower level of an inn (exposed brick walls & historic art work, etc.), and our server was very attentive with a great personality.
Our disappointment was actually in the food. Only one of our party ordered from the "restaurant week" menu as the items listed were not very creative. (This was surprising as most restaurants use this event as an opportunity to try out new dishes and get feedback from customers. ) The regular menu was also quite standard with our party ordering fried green tomatoes, crab stew, crab/shrimp cakes, bacon-wrapped scallops, filet mignon, & flounder. The plates were quite ordinary (no "wow factor" with the presentation). The honey biscuits, crab stew, filet, and fried green tomatoes were very tasty. Scallops were overcooked, seafood cakes not at all good, and our dessert was disappointing. So, we rated the restaurant average with some "hits and misses", concluding that it as a "one-time" dining destination.
Dinner was ok. I ordered blackened shri ...
Dinner was ok. I ordered blackened shrimp, which was good, but there was a bone in the rice that accompanied my entree, so that was disappointing. The restaurant itself is very nice, with live piano music. The service was just mediocre. We ate at the Olde Pink House the night before and both the food and the service were much better at the Olde Pink House.
An enjoyable dinner with a wonderful atm ...
An enjoyable dinner with a wonderful atmosphere. Our dinners were delicious, our waiter attentive and the piano added to the delight of this restaurant. I would highly recommend this place to those visiting Savannah!
Very nice Savannah ambiance with some sh ...
Very nice Savannah ambiance with some shabby edges. The bar area is lively, and the bartender, Scott, is very professional. In the dining room with a piano player where we were seated, the service staff was not good and lowered the rest of the experience. The piano player played very softly so coversations could be normal. Unfortunately, the piano player had zero personality and could only play music in his song book. Making a simple request for a well-known song (not in his book) was fruitless. This place should not be your first choice ---- maybe third.
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!
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