Providing Almost Two Decades of Outstanding Food and Service on the Main Line

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Located in the 18th-century fieldstone building at the intersection of Old Gulph and New Gulph Roads in Upper Merion Township, Savona restaurant has been offering stunning meals and service to the Main Line for nearly two decades, writes Michael Klein for Philly.com.

In an interview with Philly.com, Savona’s owners talk about running the restaurant over the last 19 years.

Owned by Evan Lambert and Andrew Masciangelo and named after the Italian Riviera town, the establishment has gone through many changes since they purchased it in October 1997.

“Consistency is important in terms of the quality and the excitement of the menu,” said Lambert. He also emphasized the importance of listening to patrons and making adjustments.

Masciangelo said that at the start, the restaurant focused primarily on seafood and shellfish towers with big shrimp and fish, but has since drifted more towards meat, game and seasonal items.

“The restaurant’s evolving into just a broader menu of all the things we’ve done that we’ve found success in over the years,” he added.

Read the entire interview at Philly.com by clicking here.

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