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The Olde Pink House has a reputation as being one of Savannah's most impressive dining experiences. The remarkable historic home was built in 1771 for the Habersham family and later served as a bank and tea room. It was restored to its former glory in 1992 and has been serving some of Savannah's most iconic dishes for almost three decades. In this episode, we sit down with head chef Vincent Burns and general manager Craig Jeffress to talk about the Pink House legacy and answer the age-old quesiton: Why is the Pink House pink?