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Savoy Restaurant
Fine Dining Restaurant$$
Today 5:00 – 9:00 pm
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2623 Penn Ave Pittsburgh, PA 15222
2623 Penn AveUSPAPittsburgh15222
(412) 281-0660savoypgh.com
$$Fine Dining RestaurantToday 5:00 – 9:00 pm
Monday 5:00 – 9:00 pmTuesday ClosedWednesday 5:00 pm – 2:00 amThursday 5:00 pm – 2:00 amFriday 5:00 pm – 2:00 amSaturday 5:00 pm – 2:00 amSunday 11:00 am – 3:00 pm
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Bustling eatery serving upscale interpretations of American favorites in a cool, modern space.- Google
People talk about chicken and waffles, chef kevin, kevin watson, stuffed salmon and mediterranean plate
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Don Whitfield
reviewed a month ago
Went for the first time with a friend. The ambiance is wonderful and the food is positively top rate. I had the chocolate ravioli with lobster appetizer and the stuffed jumbo prawns. We shared a slice of chocolate cheesecake with a fantastic sauce. While I was satisfied with the overall meal, I was admittedly disappointed that the prawns were served with simple white rice. The service was the real disappointment. Our server, Matt, left us unattended for a long while after our appetizers were done. I had to get the assistant server to find him. He seemed to only check on us after because I sought him out. The manager checked on us after at which time I told him about Matt. He apologized but didnt offer to comp any part of our meal. Ive eaten at upscale places before that take care to satisfy the customer. Great restaurant with good staff otherwise. Hats off to the chef for his creativity and exceptional food. I highly recommend the food. For the price, the service left a lot to be desired.
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Arielle Lilley
reviewed 8 months ago
My visit to Savoy Restaurant was exceptional. The staff was extremely friendly and helpful; this friendliness began prior to actually entering the restaurant with the gentleman in charge of valet parking. I have not tried much of the menu, but I can say that both the Calamari and Fish Taco appetizers are delicious. The bartender who served my friend and I made wonderful cocktails and was extremely helpful in making sure we got what we were ordering. The interior of the restaurant, deck, and upstairs lounge is beautiful and very classy in décor. Going to Savoy Restaurant was an all-around great experience.
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Clarence Mitchell
reviewed 4 months ago
Very clean spot! Amateurs stay away. Enjoy!
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LJ Smith
reviewed 2 months ago
The food is delicious. The service is great. Beautiful atmosphere. Everyone was friendly. I had a great overall experience!
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eatPGH
reviewed 10 months ago
“We don’t want to be a secret.” Chef Kevin Watson at Savoy wants people to know about Savoy. We were invited to partake in a sampling of some of Chef Kevin’s finest offerings, and we are here to tell you that you should know about Savoy. You should go eat at Savoy. You should sit outside on the rooftop deck that has awesome views of Polish Hill and The Strip. You should listen to jazz here on Mondays. You should brunch here on Sundays. All together now: Go to Savoy! Try it out! Do you need more convincing? Here is the meal that wowed Julia, Mandy, and I: First up? Calamari and shrimp. Pedestrian, right? False! Cooked to perfection, and tentacle free, this dish surprised us all. I personally would never order calamari at any restaurant. I just don’t care about it. However, I would order this at Savoy. In fact, I would make a special trip to Savoy just for this calamari. So we were a bit scared to try the chocolate ravioli filled with butternut squash accompanied by lobster. The most popular item on the menu, Chef Kevin had to outsource his recipe to a supplier to make so he could keep up with the demand. But chocolate and lobster? Really? What the what? Well surprise, surprise: This was good freakin’ stuff. So good, in fact, I composed a chocolate ravioli haiku: chocolate ravioli lobster, cream, and heaven dust belly full of dreams BOOM. POETRY. At this point in our meal, we were thinking, “how could this get better?” Enter: Beef two ways. Beef brisket and grilled filet… Or, melt in your mouth and melt in your mouthier. (The secret is in the sous vide.) The goodness keeps coming: Salted caramel chocolate torte. PHEW. OK, so that was our meal. We left with very full stomachs and an appreciation for a very attentive wait staff and the unique Savoy atmosphere. Cozying up in a large banquette while the house lights danced and savoring an after dinner port, we felt fancy. Go feel fancy at Savoy. Let us know what you think. We can’t wait to try the brunch buffet. We here it is epic! ***Note: our meal was free, courtesy of Savoy!
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Patricia Willaims
reviewed a year ago
Excellent food! Chef Watson and Co.are top notch in food and presentation! Night club is nothing special! But doesn't let just anyone in! Good Security!