We had read many reviews of Elizabeth's and so were a bit nervous about what to expect. The good reviews raved but the less than favorable ones gave us some pause. This is a very pricey restaurant, so be prepared. I have to admit that we didn't get that much opportunity to look through the mansion, but the room where we dined was lovely. The service was good, but the entrees were very slow in arriving. We were not in any hurry but it was noticeable. A teeny little mussel comes as a complimentary appetizer and it is small but mighty - great flavors. It is followed by an equally teeny bowl of complimentary soup - but it's enough for you to appreciate the flavors. My snapper was delicious and the asiago crust was fantastic. We all did share a slice of their famous spongecake which I would say was good but not spectacular. All in all, a very delightful (and expensive!) dinner. It was worth the price to experience a bit of Savannah that is off of the beaten path.
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