Haunted Restaurant In Savannah Is An Old Pirate House

Finding a place to eat might be the most difficult decision in all of history if you are in the mood for anything. If you're in a new town or just visiting a new city, oftentimes you want some type of one-of-a-kind experience with your meal, right? This haunted restaurant in Savannah, Georgia has a great amount of history, great food and great drinks.

The Pirates' House is one of the oldest standing buildings in Savannah, Georgia and dates back to 1734. Fun fact, General Oglethorpe himself landed seven blocks away from this location back in 1733 so there is plenty of history that surrounds this joint. 

It used to be an inn for those traveling at sea and was a spot where seamen and actual pirates would hang out before they continued on their journey.

Savannah's port is a pretty popular spot in the United States, so it's no surprise this place was put on the map.  

Currently, it is only a restaurant and no longer an inn. They serve Southern-style food and have 15 different dining rooms.

There have also been many sightings of pirate ghosts throughout the inn and you might even see one while dining. 

If there is one thing many people know about the city of Savannah, is that it's very haunted.

Almost every building downtown has had some sort of paranormal activity and The Pirates' House is no exception. 

Many murders, fights and brawls have happened in this building so it's bound to have some spooky guests still occupying the space.

Apparitions have been seen walking amongst the dining rooms and the sound of boots on the wooden floor can often be heard.

Aside from all the creepiness, this spot has incredible food and crazy drinks.

You'll really get a taste for the South when you dine with menu items like shrimp and grits, chicken-fried pork chops and so many options for seafood. 

Before you leave, you need to order the Skull Crusher drink. It has light rum, dark rum, 151 floated on top with cranberry, pineapple and orange juice and is served in a pirate skull so you'll get the full experience. 

It's open from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m Monday through Saturday and 4:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. on Sundays.  

The Pirates' House 

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Address: 20 E Broad St., Savannah, GA

Why You Need To Go: This inn turned restaurant used to be the meeting place for seamen and pirates back in the 1700s and you might even see some of their ghosts. 

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