Monday, July 18, 2011

Sava's, an Ann Arbor tradition in the making

Sava's started out as a cute little diner on State Street specializing in sandwiches and breakfast goodies...oh! and crepes. Over time, the traffic from students and locals was so good, Sava purchased the newly vacated restaurant space across the street - I think it's almost triple the size of her old location. Sava's specializes in fresh, flavorful soups, salads, burgers, and sandwiches. They also do a mean grilled cheese croissant and have some wonderful specials. Some of the most special things about their menu is that it is very affordable and the flavor combinations are extremely creative.

I was lucky enough to meet up with my two co-workers from last summer this afternoon and here's what we had:

Ed had the Yellowfin tuna salad with quinoa, capers, and a lovely vinaigrette served over a bed of spinach

Maryann and I had burgers - mine was topped with Gouda and shaved prosciutto. It was a very yummy combination!

It was wonderful catching up with friends and I look forward to sharing more stories next time we see each other!


  1. I love Savas! Their veggie burgers are delicious! Especially with yam fries!

  2. The last time I was there, they had the juice bar. Service timing and menu options have improved a lot since then :)