|Candles flicker on the tables, flames dance in the two great stone fireplaces and your every wish is attended to with old world grace and service. The inn is in the basement of the city`s oldest hotel at 307 E. President Street. The dining room will remind you of the old trading warehouses with brick walls and fireplaces in their original condition. The floors are stone and in the ceiling are wooden beams that add to the quaintness of the dining room. On the walls are original prints and paintings of old Savannah from the 1800s. 17 Hundred 90 Restaurant offers a combination of Southern American and Continental dishes with specialties of fresh local seafood, veal, lamb, and steaks. At 17 Hundred 90, you`re in for a night of dining, which is different than a night of simply eating.