Review of: Savona

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Rating:
4
On March 7, 2016
Last modified:May 25, 2016

Summary:

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 15 years. Executive Chef, Andrew Masciangelo's
world class cooking is backed by the largest wine cellar in the s
tate of Pennsylvania offering guests over 1,200 selections

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 15 years. Executive Chef, Andrew Masciangelo's world class cooking is backed by the largest wine cellar in the s tate of Pennsylvania offering guests over 1,200 selections
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