Here is one of my favorite places to dine. I really mean dine in the best sense. This restaurant is beautiful, mysterious, historic, and produces some great meals all the time.
Do you know it? It is The Pink House on Reynolds Square in Savannah, Georgia ! Atlanta has many fine dining establishments but this remains one of my top places to visit. Not only is it PINK the seafood is wonderful, their signature dessert a tulip basket filled with berries, chocolate and ice cream is divine. Next time I go I will photograph it. I usually stay at The Planters Inn, which happens to be next door, so it is a very short walk.
The Pink House is said to be haunted- many occasions of seeing the ghost. I don't know about that but maybe I will haunt it after I go who wouldn't want to hang around such a great place?
Savannah is a magical city.A city of secrets, of history, of elegance and yet there is also a bit of an undercurrent of danger. Over the last 25 years I have watched the city change-- mainly for the better. Slow economy has hurt business there and slowed the new river area development which is sad. But I hope to visit soon and add a tiny bit to the city coffers.
If you are able to go during azalea season you are in for a treat. Masses of pink white and red blooms at most of the squares and in front of many private homes. Tourism spiked up after Murder in the Garden of Good and Evil was published. For those of us on Southeast coast it is a mere 4-5 hour drive. I hope you can go soon!
Have a PINK day!