Dinner at the 17 Hundred Ninety Restaurant
Yes, the 17 Hundred Ninety Restaurant name references its' construction date, and legend has it a ghost named Anna haunts the building. What's also legendary? The cuisine, which has Savannah-style staples like a Fried Green Tomato BLT for lunch and local seafood catches for dinner.
Drinks at the Distillery
During its' 2008 construction, musket balls, dishware, pipes, bottles, and even bones were unearthed at the site of this beer bar and restaurant. Have a drink from one of the 21 craft beers on tap, enjoy a sandwich or burger, and wonder what else might be lurking underneath the ground beneath your feet at The Distillery.
Dinner at The Olde Pink House
Well known for its' distinctive color (due to a fire that caused a chemical reaction between the brick wall and whitewashed exterior), The Olde Pink House restaurant is also well known for its' ghost population. Sit in the main dining room or head down the stairs and eat in the low-ceilinged former slave quarters, where flickering candles against the dark walls make you feel like you're in a different time … and may just entice some confused wayward spirits.