The Pirates’ House
Over the centuries, the Pirates’ House has undergone many changes, and the restored building now offers a nautical-themed dining experience. While indulging in a seafood-focused meal and full bar, you can enjoy a visit from a staff “pirate.” Before or after your meal, explore the pirate-themed memorabilia and delve into early edition pages of Treasure Island.
Visiting the Pirates’ House as part of a foodie or ghost tour of Savannah’s historic district adds depth to your visit, enabling you to learn more about the buildings’ history and haunted tales.
Things to Know Before You Go
Reservations are recommended—call ahead or reserve a table online.
Pick up pirate-themed souvenirs at the upstairs gift shop.
Despite its age, the Pirates’ House is wheelchair accessible.
The menu is focused on Southern favorites, with an emphasis on seafood.
How to Get There
Located on East Broad Street in downtown Savannah, just a block from the Savannah River, Pirates’ House is easily accessible on foot, by car, or by public transportation. You can also take the Old Town Trolley—hop off at stop 9.
When to Get There
One of the most popular times to visit is for the daily Southern lunch buffet. Extended specialty buffets are offered on some holidays, such as Thanksgiving, Easter, and Mother’s Day.
Finding Nightlife in Savannah’s Historic District
Savannah’s historic downtown and River Street are known for quirky pubs, live music, and Prohibition-era bars. For a historic dive bar/former brothel, head to The Rail Pub. If you are looking for something classy with a riverfront view, try Rocks on the Roof. The Jinx is the place to find locals and live music. Best of all, you can take your drink to go as you migrate from one bar to the next.
- Factors Walk
- Savannah River Street
- Davenport House Museum
- Colonial Park Cemetery
- Owens-Thomas House
- Olde Pink House
- Beach Institute African American Cultural Center
- Reynolds Square
- Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace
- Historic Savannah Theatre
- Cathedral of St. John the Baptist
- Andrew Low House
- American Prohibition Museum
- Telfair Museums Jepson Center
- Telfair Academy