Established in 1981, Elizabeth on 37th is a fine dining restaurant that provides a range of dining and wine options. It features historic Savannah ... More
Elizabeth on Thirty Seventh
Established in 1981, Elizabeth on 37th is a fine dining restaurant that provides a range of dining and wine options. It features historic Savannah colors and patterns, flowers, herb gardens, and paintings and ceramics. The restaurant serves a variety of Americans-style dishes. Elizabeth on 37th has a bar, fireplace, and banquet and private dining rooms. It offers online reservation and parking services. The restaurant s banquet rooms can accommodate parties of up to 50 people. Elizabeth on 37th specializes in vegetable dishes and salads. It provides chilled lobster, shrimp and Brie, pork tenderloins, roasted chicken breasts, fried grits, oyster mushrooms, and mozzarella and tomatoes. The restaurant has received the Silver Spoon Award from Food Arts.
Looked forward to this as had been told it was the best place to eat in the area. For $18 I got a chicken leg and thigh. Just pathetic! Salad was badly flavored (some strange sweet and sour combination). Wait staff was terribly slow and we had a succession of people attending us, no continuity at all. A very haphazard, disappointing meal. My friends had better main courses but we all were put off by the string of people attending our table. Finally, we'd called ahead to request being by a window, but once on site, they said no (despite the window tables going unseated for over a half-hour after we'd gotten our salads!). Could it be because we were four women on our own?
Would never return, save your money and don't be fooled by the hype.
What a huge disappointment! Read some good and bad reviews on Elizabeth and would have to side with the bad. The grouper I had was not fresh and my wife's chicken was horribly overpriced. Although the waiter was friendly and knowledgable, the hostess was not. When we asked to change tables (we were a party of two so not an unreasonable request), we were simply told no. The waiter was able to arrange a move. Simply put, there is much better in Savannah.
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