About Pacci Italian Kitchen & Bar
Welcome to Pacci Italian Kitchen + Bar, downtown Savannah's exclusive place for fine food + drink. Pacci is as warm and inviting as a traditional supper in a quaint Italian village, where each dish is lovingly prepared by Chef Dusty Grove, using the purest ingredients and age-old techniques. Our doors opened in May 2014, and now you can join us at our community bar, in our gorgeous dining room, or in the intimate Secret Garden courtyard.
Italian, Mediterranean, Contemporary Italian
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday- Friday: 7:00am - 10:30am
Breakfast: Saturday: 8:00am - 11:00am
Brunch: Sunday: 8:00am - 3:00pm
Lunch: Monday - Saturday: 11:30am - 3:00pm
Dinner: Sunday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm
Dinner: Friday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 10:30pm
Sunday 12:30pm - 10:30pm
Monday - Thursday 11:00am - 10:30pm
Friday + Saturday 11:00am-11:00pm
Sunday - Thursday Apertivo Hour: 5:00pm-7:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Please visit our website at www.paccisavannah.com or call 912.233.6002
Valet parking with validation for $7 per car. Street parking is available, as well.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Wednesday Night Supper Club
Become part of our mid-week tradition. Our community table is set each Wednesday for a night of food, wine, and Pacci hospitality. Join the fun and share seasonally inspired dishes from Chef Dusty Grove.
Wednesdays at 7:00pm - Reservations Required
Aperitivo Happy Hour
Authentically Italian, Aperitivo is a time to unwind with a beverage and light snacks before dinner. Our version features hand-crafted cocktails and a delectable selection of antipasto.
Sunday-Thursday 4:00pm -7:00pm.
Pacci has several options for private events and dining for groups of all sizes. We offer customized catering, décor and event planning, from intimate birthday dinners to elaborate weddings. We look forward to talking with you about your plans.
Pacci Italian Kitchen & Bar Ratings and Reviews
We ate brunch at Pacci on 9/18. We were ...
We ate brunch at Pacci on 9/18. We were surprised by the relatively small crowd, so if you're after a last minute brunch reservation definitely give it a try. Overall the food was very good: I had the Pancetta Hash and she had the Low Country Benedict. The portions were good but not excessive. My only criticism re the food is the seafood sausage (the base of the Low Country Bene) was a bit bland. Otherwise everything was very nice, the atmosphere is wonderful and the service was friendly and attentive. I don't consider Pacci a great value, but it isn't outrageous. Our bill was around $45 which included two entrees, coffee and we shared a pancake. Overall I recommend Pacci for a quiet brunch in a beautiful setting.
Best fish dish I've ever had- a flounder ...
Best fish dish I've ever had- a flounder over polenta with a tomato-based sauce with asparagus- very unctuous; absolutely delicious pasta dish with chicken liver and creamy sage sauce- again umami! Service was excellent from Valerie. Uriah, the bartender, made awesome mescal drinks with blueberry balsamic. Cannot say enough good things about this meal....look forward to another experience.
A group of co-workers and myself were th ...
A group of co-workers and myself were there so send off my boss who was stepping down from his position in our company. We had a great time. The food and the service was just simply outstanding. I have been there for a party but this was my first time eating a full meal. Should not have waited so long. I highly recommend Pacci for any of your dinning experiences you will not be disappointed.
Lunchtime is quiet time at Pacci. Menu i ...
Lunchtime is quiet time at Pacci. Menu is varied, meal is unhurried, and a relative bargain. Tourists abandon at midday, so locals should take advantage. Compared to most other Bay Street restaurants, this is a standout.
The restaurant is located in The Brice H ...
The restaurant is located in The Brice Hotel. Not the best ambiance and while we were there a large party of ladies came in and were very loud shouting a few profanities.
We just had a few appetizers and they were amazing. We will definitely come back here again and try some more food.
Kimpton hit it out of the park with the ...
Kimpton hit it out of the park with the aesthetic of Pacci. The service was wonderful and the pricing was reasonable. My only criticism is that I felt the main course portion sizes could have been greater. Other than that, spot-on.
Food quality was very poor. Bread had to ...
Food quality was very poor. Bread had to much garlic. Broccolini tasted s if they were dipped in plain hot water for 10 seconds and served. The gnocchi... definitely a NO - and I am Italian and been cooking for over 30 years , I make home made gnocchi. As for the beef short ribs... they were tender but NO FLAVOR whatsoever I would definitely not recommend to friends.
We were looking for a place to stop for ...
We were looking for a place to stop for a quick dinner after a weeknight reception in Savannah. Pulled up my OpenTable app and found a table at Pacci. My friend had been there and told me that she thought the atmosphere was not good, but that the food was, so I decided to try it. I thought the atmosphere was fun! It is not formal - but as the name says it's a "kitchen"!
She had the linquine and clams and said it was the best she'd ever had. Pretty strong recommendation from someone who travels and eats out often! My husband had the grouper special and cleaned his plate. I had a flatbread, which was good and way more than I could eat! We each had a glass of wine and the bill was right at $100. Well worth it!
First visit, but clearly first of many t ...
First visit, but clearly first of many to come!!! Amazing experience!!! The food was the best I've had in Savannah...and I've been to some of the better restaurants. The service was extraordinary, thanks to Wesley, our server. His recommendations were right on. I had the Seafood Mediterraneo...I couldn't believe how superb it was from the first to last bite!!! Caesar salads can sometimes be boring but not here!!! The value is excellent and the atmosphere is very comfortable. Judy had the filet mignon and Caesar salad and said it was very, very nice. Pacci's is a place you definitely don't want to miss when you're in Savannah!!! Can't say enough about how impressed and satisfied we were!!!
My pizza was a bit soggy. My wife's clam ...
My pizza was a bit soggy. My wife's clam sauce and clams were great, but the pasta was too al dente. It was actually a bit crunchy, which is an alarming mistake for an Italian restaurant. We'll give it another shot, though, maybe we caught them on a bad night.
The food was excellent, but the most fan ...
The food was excellent, but the most fantastic part of our evening was, Sydney. He took care of us like we were royalty. If you go there ask for him. I am sure he treats everyone that way. Made the night extra special. Look for him when you go.
First time back since the new chef took ...
First time back since the new chef took over. Much of the menu is the same, perhaps a little less ambitious. The skillet entrees are gone, which were fabulous. My Seafood Mediterranean featured a nice piece of Mahi, but under seasoned linguini. Short ribs and Clams Fettuccini were hits. Caesar salad was nothing special with croutons instead of anchovies--and under-dressed. But the setting is naturally lit and vibrant, the server friendly and knowledgable. A very reasonably priced, floral and crisp Italian white remains on the menu. We'll return.
While the wine and food is okay, the ser ...
While the wine and food is okay, the service was EXTREMELY slow. The décor is nice - modern and clean, but the acoustics are awful with a lot of ambient noise so you can barely hear across the table without shouting. I've eaten here twice and had the same experience twice.
Pacci is a nice place with Italian influ ...
Pacci is a nice place with Italian influence -- being Italian myself I'm always overly critical about "Italian" food outside Italy :-) the beef carpaccio was excellent (I'm an avid raw meat eater, so hard to find!). The linguine with clams were savory and well cooked. Small wine list with high markups (pretty common in the south, we've noticed). The noise level was particularly loud.
The restaurant is adorable - great decor, fabulous bar. The service is great as well, everyone is so helpful. But the food literally had no taste. A friend and I ordered gnocchi and neither of us ate it; it tasted like nothing. The cocktails were fantastic, as was the wine list. But something goes amiss in the kitchen. I sooo wanted the food to be as outstanding as the location and the decor, but it just wasn't meant to be. Dessert was great - definitely order the Amaretto cheesecake! They took our entrees off the bill entirely, which was greatly appreciate and the right thing to do.
They weren't very busy yet it took 20 mi ...
They weren't very busy yet it took 20 minutes to get our first drink 30 minutes to get bread on the table. They messed up the order and had to re-order it again. Overall the food had no taste, it's like they did not know how to use seasonings. Would definitely not recommend this place.
It was our combined anniversaries and we were not disappointed. The Pinot noir was exceptional; as was our antipasto-never had blueberries with cured meats before, but was delish! Each of our entrees was yummy. Sadly, we were to full to have dessert. Maybe next time.
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