Try the appetizers and desserts, enjoy the trendy atmosphere and save your money for a meal elsewhere. Savona has a warm, modern feel and decor with an open kitchen concept. The staff was very friendly and accommodating, although not outstanding in any way, which was also the case with the food. Everything was very good and some selections, such as the yellowtail appetizer and fried artichoke hearts, were unique and tasty. However, the entrees were less inspired. While the Kobe flat iron steaks were very good and done to perfection, they were served as a slab of meat on an iron skillet. The steak had a nice flavor, but there was no sauce, topping or other flavor or accent present. The branzino was good, as was the veal Milanese, but neither was anything extraordinary either, which was surprising given the relatively high prices. The mint chocolate chip brownie was quite yummy though! The cappuccino was served lukewarm, oddly enough, and the sommelier seemed somewhat lost when asked for assistance in selecting a nice rose to accommodate those in our party who drink whites and those who prefer reds. Overall, this is a trendy, expensive restaurant that doesn't quite live up to its billing as a top notch destination dining spot.
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