The folks behind the counter here are masters in the deli arts, wielding house-roasted meat, organic produce and H&F breads to craft sandwiches with panache.What's one of the most quintessential necessities for a good 'hood (second only to an entertaining listserv)? Definitely a good ol'-fashioned friendly neighborhood grocery. Preferably one with fresh-baked cookies every day. And Savi is just that kind of place, the sort of market where one can snap up craft beer, local ice cream and a bushel or two of organic veggies in one fell swoop… all while waiting to sink one's teeth into some of the best sandwiches in town. It's true, besides being a destination for satisfying our ferocious King of Pops cravings, Savi also happens to whip up a damn respectable sandwich. Local goodness for the pantry, bar and belly? Toto, we ain't in Murder Kroger anymore.
The folks behind the counter here are masters in the deli arts, wielding house-roasted meat, organic produce and H&F breads to craft sandwiches with panache. The Carter, for instance, piles smoked turkey, gouda, dried cranberries and pesto aioli between two fresh slices of H&F bread, while the classic Caprese packs fresh mozzarella, juicy tomatoes and pesto into a warm, delicious panini. We don't know about you, but we can't deny a sandwich with style. We think it's safe to say that the days of seeking satisfaction in a limp slice of Oscar Mayer betwixt two paper-thin slices of white bread are gone with the wind.
Breakfast Sandwich, $3.99
The Dangerfield, $10.99
The Carter (Smoked Turkey, Gouda, Dried Cranberries), $5.99
Caprese (Mozzarella, Tomato, Pesto) Panino, $5.99
Savi Grilled Pimento Cheese, $2.99
Monday - Thursday, 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Friday & Saturday, 7 a.m. to 11:45 p.m.
Sunday, 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.