I ate at The Olde Pink House on a recent trip to Savannah. It is a historic home turned into a restaurant in the heart of downtown. The upstairs is an elegant dining room in which I did not eat. I am told that it is a more formal dining atmosphere than the alternative, which I will get to in a moment, but the menu is the same. The alternative is the tavern downstairs. But do not be fooled by the term "tavern," this is what I would picture an elite English Gentlemen's tavern to be like. There was a lady playing the piano and singing for those waiting for their tables. Be sure to get there early because it is usually packed. The food was excellent. Being from Louisiana, I am usually disappointed when eating out in other states since the food is often too bland. Surprisingly, the food in this restaurant, as well as in most of the other restaurants that I tried in Savannah, was perfectly seasoned. The women's bathroom in the tavern is supposed to be haunted by a long departed steward, but he must have been helping other guests the night I was there, for I did not see him. If I ever return to Savannah, and I fully intend to do so, I will certainly be returning to The Olde Pink House.