Perched on a hilltop in the heart of Philadelphia's Main Line, rests SAVONA. Built in 1765, SAVONA was once headquarters for Revolutionary War figure, Aaron Burr. The restaurant is now a Northeastern Corridor destination for fine dining and casual sophistication. Consistent, creative, high quality dining & seamlessly orchestrated service has been the hallmark of Savona's success for over 20 years. The world of food and wine is ever changing. The newly renovated Savona continues to be on the cutting edge of the culinary arts offering guests a view into the kitchen through a glass wall. No fee for private rooms! There is a minimum for spending. Savona has myriad of wonderful choices! Board Room up to 10 people , Mezzanine Wine Loft from 25-35 people, Wine Cellar from 20-35 people, One of the Main rooms seats from 30-100 people, entire restaurant 150-180 people. Food and beverage minimums range from $900-$1,600. This is a must try for people looking for an event space! You can't go wrong with Savona!
Wonderful food, I wanted to try several dishes. Went with the Lorraine Frittata, delicious and a nice portion. Can't beat fresh squeezed orange juice. Nice atmosphere and plenty of parking. Our group was large and I think we overwhelmed the server, but the service was still very good.
I would have liked to had given this restaurant 5 stars, but they seared our party in a alcove closed off to the rest of the restaurant. Everyone in our party felt isolated.
The food and service was great. They even had valet parking.
I do recommend this restaurant, but speak up about your seating.