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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
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, Wine
17Hundred90 Inn and Restaurant Ratings and Reviews
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.
Heard so much about the restaurant. They were very pleasant but I must admit to being a little disappointed. There was a girl giving out biscuits. When asked if I could have one she said" you will get one in due time"!!! I was surprised at her attitude. We had been on our feet all day and we were peckish. I felt like a school child!
My dinner was delicious but my husbands was disappointing. True He requested avegan entree and they were very accommodating but it arrived really over salted. He sent it back and it still came back over salted . I could not have eaten it!
On the positive side, the piano player was great and our waiter was very nice.
The other thing I'd point out was that the toilets could have looked a little more in keeping with such a wonderful old building. They looked like they belonged in a gas station!
All this is said to give input it is a nice old inn but those things were not in keeping with a historic building
We were two couples, all enjoyed their food. All of us had seafood related dinners. Everything tasted great, portion size was good. The service was outstanding. Our server (Mr. Bowtie) was very knowledgeable of the menu and provided us with very attentive service. We brought wines in and took advantage of the corkage fee. Our server dealt with all the right glasses, chillers, opening a red early to taste then taste again after being opened in a new glass. Just a wonderful experience made special by the server. Definitely would go again.
This was a fun restaurant for the history behind it, however we had some issues with our dinner. The waiter and the staff were very helpful in sorting everything out, so I can't complain that they were not attentive to our issues. Appetizers were great, and two out of four of our entrees were great, but the two that we sent back were both the same. Even though I didn't get to enjoy my dinner, the staff did offer to replace my meal, so I still think they deserve a good rating!
Not so good.
1.) very first impression set the tone for the night. The greeter acted like we were interrupting her (she was just sitting there no crowd) when we checked in for our 8:15 reservation. After telling her who we were she didn't act like she had a job to do. After 3 or 4 minutes of awkward standing there (without a word from her) she finally opened her mouth and said we had a choice of two tables, one next to the piano or two adjacent to a table of 20+. We took the loud table choice.
2.) food overall was just ok. The jambalaya however was awful (very little sausage and shrimp and a lot (a very lot) rotell tomatoes. Terrible balance on the plate, the chef should be embarrassed .
3.) Our waitress was a bright spot she was very kind to the beat of her ability. They may have been short sataffed as there was long delays between drinks, ordering, food checking on us, and final bill. I don't think it was her fault however so cutting some slack there.
4.) The value for the meal, ambiance, and atmosphere all combined was fair to poor overall. Savannah has a lot more to offer. We won't be back and we don't recommend this restaurant except possibly for it's historical authenticity in Savannah and story line.
This place is Freakin' Good! We were in Savannah for the night and wanted a nice place in the historic district with southern food. This was perfect! The food was wonderful! Everyone in the family loved everything, which can be hard to do with a food snob for a spouse and two teenager boys. If we ever get back Savannah, we'll be coming back for more honey buttered biscuits, jambalaya and etouffee. Mmmm....crawfish.....
The food and service was just as amazing as it was 28 years ago. Most restaurants do not even survive that long. Attentive but not intrusive waiter. Melt in your mouth honey butter rolls. Loved the swordfish special and shrimp scampi. The pecan pie topped it off beautifully. The background music provided by the pianist was perfect.
This is a small restaurant with plenty of atmosphere. It would be great for a special occasion and it's quite romantic. There is a piano player in one corner and we were seated right next to him which made it a little loud for us so if you prefer a quiet location, ask to be seated away from the piano. The fillet mignon was tender and cooked to order. It came with mashed potatoes and green beans. The green beans were almost completely raw. While I like a little "crunch" in my veggies, these beans were almost raw. Otherwise, the food was quite good.
Great bar with friendly servers and primo libations. Arrived early for first dinner seating... special seating request via Open Table ignored. Dining Hostess rather unfriendly with no eye contact and very few words. Meal server insisted on placing appetizer and dinner orders at same time since they were about to be busy... we just passed on appetizers. Food was a mixed bag... ok generally with excellent swordfish special. Nice classical live piano music in the background this evening. Last trip 3 years ago here was a much better experience. Charming old historic building. A bit pricey for the overall value delivered today.
Was in Savannah for vacation and celebrated anniversary here. First time to this restaurant which was recommended by the B&B owner where we stayed. Food was really good and piano player in the restaurant was a nice touch and the noise level was perfect of the music.
Thoroughly enjoyed our dining experience. The cozy atmosphere of the restaurant, including the wonderful live piano player, really set the stage for an enjoyable dining experience. Our server, named Hill, was quick to address our table and take our drink orders. I ordered a Manhattan and my wife selected a glass of wine. The bartender prepared an excellent Manhattan, and I was happily surprised that the price was significantly less than I expected. I can't wait to return to try more dishes. The crab chowder/soup was the best I have ever had and the escargot and bacon wrapped scallops were delicious. Excellent food, excellent service, and an excellent atmosphere- what more could anyone want?
The food was amazing, and the setting was definitely romantic. We were dressed casually so the woman the front lied and said they were booked up but offered us to sit at the bar in the other room where we would have no service and a bar-only menu. The woman seating people then came and asked two ladies next to us if they would like a table (in the supposedly booked dining room) so we asked her to let us know if anything else opened up. We had been waiting since before the restaurant opened. She assured us again that they were booked up so we looked online at OpenTable and lo, and behold! There were open reservations every 15 minutes for the next 1.5 hours and then several others throughout the evening. We made a reservation and when we went up to the front at our reserved time, we were rudely seated at the very back of the room with the worst waiter I've ever had. He literally spoke through his teeth at us the entire time. It was very strange. We were disappointed in all that hoopla as we had driven 3+ hours one way to check out the restaurant (we met a friend there who also drove nearly 4 hours one way to get there.) We spent over $100 for three people and really would have enjoyed it so much more had we not been treated as through we were such an inconvenience. There were other people dressed casually, as well, so it was not as though we were the only people unaware of the unspoken dress code. (Trust me, I had already looked all over the website to find one and I couldn't and we aren't locals so there was no way to know until we got there.) Overall, the food was great and the live music was nice but we were treated so poorly that it ruined the mood of our party of 3.
Had the Neptune .., it was the only meal I had in Savannah that was bad!! Crab cakes had shells in them - sadly the waiter noticed me picking the shells & said nothing! Scallops were very strong tasting so I left both crab & scallops! The shrimp was good -- risotto was way over cooked! After so many reviews I had so looked forward to the Neptune - very disappointing!!
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