A nice retired lady and her husband, the retired Reverend Godly (no kidding) have been running this for the last 3 years. The ambience is a bit more old boarding house, than period history. Nothing dates to 1790 in the house, since it was built in 1820. The location was good, though. When I was there the restaurant was closed and there was renovation going on, but there was no discount, which might have garnered some favor from me.
Money is much better spent at the Eliza Thompson House which is an architectural gem with an inner courtyard and patio seating, wine and cheese in the parlor at happy hour and then dessert from 8-9:00. Same price and a huge difference in flair. This is the place to feel the charm of Savannah, not the 1790 Inn, sorry to report. Same price, too. Weird.More
- Free Wifi
- Breakfast included