The Olde Pink House, an iconic restaurant and architectural treasure located at 23 Abercorn St. in the heart of Savannahs National Historic Landmark District, is delighted to host The Olde Pink House Annual Holiday Celebration on Thursday, Dec. 2 from 6:30 to 10 p.m. Proceeds from the event, which is open to the public, will benefit The Habersham Pink House Scholarship presented to Bethesa Academy by the Womens Board of Bethesda.
This exquisite holiday celebration will celebrate 250 years of history at The Olde Pink House and will feature hors doeuvres, cocktails and wine as well as samplings of proprietary blends of Woodford Reserve bourbon, Casa Herradura tequila, Papas Pilar rum and Whistle Pig rye whiskey. Guests can enjoy live music in the Grand Ballroom and Planters Tavern and are invited to wander through all 13 historic dining rooms at The Olde Pink House, which will be beautifully decorated for the holidays.
Were thrilled to launch an exciting new holiday tradition at The Olde Pink House and invite everyone to gather their friends and join us as we officially kick off the holiday season on December 2nd, said Craig Jeffress, general manager at The Olde Pink House. We look forward to sharing The Olde Pink Houses 250th anniversary with our treasured guests and cant wait to celebrate the holiday season together.
Tickets are $125 per person and are available at OldePinkHouseRestaurant.com. Cocktail attire is recommended.