The food is good, though I wouldn't go to the place just for that given how many fabulous restaurants you can find in Savannah. We go once or twice a year for the ambiance and the history of the building, and the silly touristy nature of the place. If you've got family/friends in from out out of town and they have kids with them, go here and you won't regret it. Take the time to do the pirate tour--most of the guides will tailor it to your interests and provide as much history as you want.
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