The Pirate House Restaurant, established in one of the oldest buildings in Georgia, is over 250 years old and counting. This eatery has many infamous tales to tell. Built in 1753, it was a favorite gathering hole for seafaring folks to drink, sleep, and brawl. It's now a fun destination for tasty bites and libations.
Ghostly tales have surrounded The Pirate House restaurant for years. The most infamous tale is the discovery of a tunnel under the building. Located in the rum cellar and ending at an opening at River Street, this tunnel provided access to kidnappers. This establishment has a long history of reports from staff members seeing shadows, apparitions, hearing footsteps, and being watched. One of the more dubious tales reported is sightings of Captain Flint. The Captain visited the building and died in Savannah.
Dinner with a Ghost
The Pirate House, thriving for over three decades, is still serving the fine people of Savannah. It is located less than 12 miles from Olympus Fenwick. Take a short ride and experience the establishment for yourself. Select from a broad menu of seafood, steak, or their award-winning pecan fried chicken. Are you eager to listen to the tales surrounding this historic building? You're bound to hear a few during dinner in one of the 15 unique dining rooms.
Whether you travel to The Pirate House for food, fun, or both, you are bound to have a great evening. You may even catch a glimpse of Captain Flint himself. If you would like more information concerning Olympus Fenwick and the surrounding community, please contact us here.