First opened in 1753, The Pirate's House was originally an inn for sailors and seafarers, providing food, drink and rousing good times. Now, the ancient building is claimed to be especially haunted, as its once secret, subterranean passageways were frequently used for pirate kidnappings, robberies and bloody attacks. Each of its 15 dining rooms are uniquely decorated in the swashbuckling theme, along with the waitstaff, and the popular destination restaurant is one of Savannah's most beloved attractions, delighting both locals and visitors.


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