Post # 1
I’ve had to scratch the original plan for our ceremony and “reception”. I’m now looking for restaurants in the historic district that are group friendly (budget friendly would be a plus, too). The plan is to have dinner in the restaurant and go out on the town after, so no DJ or anything is needed…just room for my approximately 60 guests and a table for the cake.
Any ideas anyone? Has anyone had a reception at Skyler’s? I just spoke with Charles and they seem super reasonable. I’m open to buffet or plated, upscale or slightly less formal.
I’ve already checked with Vic’s and The Lady and Sons which are booked. The Pink House hasn’t gotten back to me.
10 Downing at Churchill’s is beautiful, but between the room rental and menu prices is a little steep for me, and not sure what I think about their “underground” room.
All help is greatly appreciated. Thanks ladies!!
Post # 3
We travel to Savannah often…
When I read your title, my first thought was Vics… second was The Pink House, as both are favourite stops when we are in town (and we like the vibe & decor of each for different reasons)
You might want to take a look at Isaac’s on Drayton (9 Drayton), we found it by accident on our last visit to Savannah (can’t vouch for the food… we went in for drinks). BUT the decor is amazing… and everything we did see foodwise looked good.
As you are in Georgia (lol vs me here in Canada) it means you are at least able to perhaps drive over and check it out.
Hope this helps (somewhat),
Post # 4
If you don’t get the help you need here. post a query on your local Chowhounds Board after you have read the applicable pots.
Post # 5
Thanks ladies! Posting on chowhound had not dawned on me, but I’m going to try that next!
Post # 6
Have you looked into the Marshall House? The hotel has a space that they use for weddings and I think it’s fairly reasonable.
Also check out the Mullberry Inn.
Post # 7
I’m going to 2nd The Olde Pink House. I thought it would be tourist hell but I took 4 business associates and we had an excellent experience. Can’t wait to go back.
Post # 8
@Georgia Bee: Yes, it isn’t touristy at all. I love the food there.