One of the stops on our Old Savannah Tour was The Pirates House. I could write pages on the history of this place that is part of Robert Louis Stevenson’s Treasure Island and one of the oldest places in Savannah yet alone the United States, but could not do it justice.
The Pirates’ House is a historic restaurant and tavern established in 1753. It has 15 dining rooms, can hold up to 120 guests and serves a variety of southern dishes.
It was the perfect place for lunch and they had a decent buffet for $13.95 and the wait was not too bad.