Located across the street from the Savannah River in the historic downtown district, Chart House is situated in the oldest masonry building in the ... More
Chart House Restaurant - Savannah
Located across the street from the Savannah River in the historic downtown district, Chart House is situated in the oldest masonry building in the state of Georgia. Combine the extraordinary setting with outstanding cuisine & it's not hard to see why the restaurant is a longtime favorite. Since 1961, Chart House has been dedicated to providing the ideal dining experience. With 30 historic, waterfront & showcase locations across the U.S., Chart House offers spectacular views & exceptional service that you're sure to enjoy. From fresh fish specialties to slow-roasted prime rib, our renowned chefs have tailored a menu to complement local cuisine while introducing a hint of the exotic. Choose from our famous entrees such as Macadamia Crusted Mahi, Pan Seared Scallops and Oscar Medallions. We also offer a daily selection of fresh fish, an extensive collection of fine wines & decadent desserts like our famous Hot Chocolate Lava Cake. Low country fare is also featured on our menu.
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