Elizabeth's on 37th
29 locals recommend · Estimated price 3 out of 4 ·
Tips from locals
Excellent to celebrate a special occasion!!! Menu changes daily, organic greens/veggies grown on site. Romantic.
With it’s lovely location inside a mansion on E. 37th Street, Elizabeth on 37th is a place you go for the experience, which is very “Savannah,” honoring the local tradition of putting fancy restaurants inside old mansions, which is about as charming and exemplary of the place as Savannah gets.
Our go-to spot for special occasions. Absolutely incredible food! Definitely one of Savannah’s best fine dinning experience. You’ll want to dress up when you visit this restaurant, and you’ll definitely want to come back!
If you are looking to take that someone special, somewhere special. This is it. This is a spot where many locals come for big occasions like anniversaries, birthdays, ect. I would call to make reservation if you are interested in taking that someone special or yourself here.
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