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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:
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
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, Wine
17Hundred90 Inn and Restaurant Ratings and Reviews
Food was excellent as always. We eat here every time we visit Savannah. The service has always been great. This time our waiter was unconcerned and we had to continually look for him. Not the usual service we have received in the past. The piano player at this restaurant is worth the visit.
The waiter was slow and the food was mediocre. Not everyone wants honey on their bread and the menu did not Match what we got. Lettuce and spinach are different. They should stock steak sauce for plain not smothered steaks. They never asked if we needed anything else just dropped the plates and rushed off. Our waiter made small talk with the table next to us but never asked where we were from or if we had any dietary restrictions. We were disappointed but many of the places on river street and Blue Moon have good service and food.
The food was divine, the honey covered butter biscuits are to die for. I opted for 2 appetizers, my daughter chose the steak, it was melt in your mouth, my fried green tomatoes were the best I have ever eaten. The crab cakes were also very tasty. Listening to the piano music was so very enjoyable.
This place is one of my son's favorite places to go,!! Since we were in town for the weekend he asked if we could go to dinner there. There was six of us for dinner, everyone was pleased with their meal. My son had key lime pie for dessert and my brother had the chocolate mound cake both were outstanding!! Service was prompt and very attentive !!
Overall, the restaurant was lovely as usual. It was crowded (we ate late) but the pianist was wonderful, as usual.
My daughter loved her chicken Caesar salad. My shrimp and risotto was good (would have loved more risotto!). My husband's steak with blue cheese sauce was delicious. Can't go wrong with Leipold's ice cream for dessert. The chocolate bombe was worthy of its name. We'll be back!
Great for a night on the town or a stop off at a historical gem. Parking options are good in that area of town. Service staff is exceptional and friendly. Food was amazing. There is a piano player with serious talent playing at just the right level of background music. Really added to the atmosphere. Planning to go again soon!
The restaurant was very pretty inside, and our waiter was very friendly and helpful. There was a piano player that evening, and his music was very nice. The food however, was very bland. My wife had the scallops, crab cake and shrimp plate - it was all beige and boring. No seasoning or flavor at all. My lamb was also bland - no mint or any sauce was included that's typical of a lamb meal. The bread that was served was a simple biscuit with honey dripped over it. Again, nothing special. It felt like a high school student could have made the meal - and for the money, it was most certainly not an upscale experience as advertised. We went for our anniversary, and sadly it was disappointing.
Visiting Savannah for the first time and the restaurant was recommended to us by a friend back home. It was a wonderful dining experience from the ambiance of the room, piano player, honey drizzled biscuits and perfectly cooked meal, and of course, the service. Will come back whenever we are in Savannah and would highly recommend this Inn and restaurant to everyone.
Absolutely wonderful food and exceptional service! We were out for a great seafood dish (one of our favorites, The Neptune) a wonderful trio of seafood, shrimp, scallors and crab cakes, but we decided on a special that gave us the option of a salad or escargot, several entrees, we chose the Lobster Pasta and a desert. The escargot were the best around! Served with a delightful puff pastry square, small tomatoes and a light garlic sauce. The Lobster Pasta was delicious, GREAT CHOICE! A broiled lobster tail with a cream sauce, cook greens (I believe, were spinich) Cooked just right and visually appealing! We barely had room for desert, but couldn't resist! The Apple Crisp was really nice, served warm. Will definitley be back.!
I love dining at 17Hundred90 Restaurant whether it is Sunday brunch, or daily lunch or dinner. I have never been displeased with the food or service. The warm honey buttered biscuits are to die for. The chateaubriand melts in your mouth. Their shrimp and grits cannot be beat. I highly recommend this restaurant for a unique dining experience.
Lovely care from our first step into the inn. We arrived early so the host directed us to the bar to wait. The bartender was prompt and friendly and shared her thoughts on the menu, which were spot on! As we were led into dining room, the host guided us through the dimly lit dining room. Our waiter was the least polished; however, he was professional, efficient and prompt. The food? Super yummy! High quality at a mid-price. Seafood was local and fresh. Creative twist on pork dish. Good wine selection. Definitely would go back for another meal!
We have been here several times and have never been disappointed. The wait staff is always friendly and helpful. The food is delicious, with options for everyone. And, we always love sitting and listening to the awesome pianist. This is a perfect spot for a special occasion or a casual dinner.
Love the rustic, colonial ambience! The pianist was great....he played Skylark by Mercer which is my favorite. My husband said his filet was great. The fried green tomatoes and the flourless chocolate dessert were fantastic. The prices were very reasonable considering the quality and lovely presentation of the food. The honey biscuits are amazing! I wish they'd hand out more!!!
This was our first time to Savannah and we really enjoyed the ambiance of the 17Hundred90 Inn. Our server Ally was very nice and attentive and the meal was wonderful. After dinner we hung out at the bar for a little while and thoroughly enjoyed the entire experience.
This is my most favorite restaurant in Savannah. Always go for my birthday. It has a beautiful candlelight atmosphere and ambiance, the food is consistently good and the gentleman that plays the beautiful piano music is fantastic. Love it! I'm already looking forward to my next trip.
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