Recently, on a visit to Savannah, we went to the Olde Pink House for dinner. It faces Reynolds Square in downtown Savannah and you really need reservations, but it's worth a wait for a table. They have an interesting old bar down in the basement which you can visit while you wait.
The place is really old. It began in 1771 when it was called Habersham House, built on land that was granted by the crown of England. James Habersham lived there and was a wealthy planter who held secret meetings regarding the independence of the 13 colonies from England. Later the house was painted pink and became the first bank in Georgia.
So the restaurant is filled with history, plus, they say, ghosts. As we dined by the fireplace we had a couple of experiences which we credited to the presence of ghosts, which added to the fun of the evening. And the food was magnificent and beautifully presented. We had beef tenderloin and it melted in the mouth. I highly recommend this restaurant for an elegant dining experience.