Imagine my delight when we happened upon this incredible old building!! Located in downtown Savannah, The Pirates’ House is a historic restaurant and tavern established in 1753. (Had we not just eaten a yummy lunch at Paula Deen’s restaurant, you can bet I would have stepped inside for a bite!) The historic building is located a block from the Savannah River and was built as an inn for visiting seamen. According to their website, the Inn became “a rendezvous of blood-thirsty pirates and sailors from the Seven Seas. Here seamen drank their fiery grog and discoursed, sailor fashion, on their adventures from Singapore to Shanghai and from San Francisco to Port Said.” So cool! Has anyone ever dined here?? Their menu looks just as delicious as those turquoise shutters!!
I know you’re all dying to know the lucky winners of the LoveFeast Table giveaway!
Congrats you two! Everyone else come back next week because I have yet another great giveaway coming up. And I’ll also be sharing photos from cute and colorful Tybee Island!
Have a wonderful weekend!! 🙂