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Savoy Tavern + Bistro
Savoy Tavern + Bistro Review
A hip restaurant specializing in Midwestern cuisine, Savoy offers diners the choice of sitting in either a dark and cozy tavern or a light, open bistro. The deep-fried cheese curds, beer bratwurst, and mac and cheese carry on the Midwestern tradition of comfort food, though you can also find fish and salads on the menu. The tavern board, a collection of meat cuts, cheeses, and house pickles, makes a nice appetizer or lighter meal. Try the Milwaukie mule, a mix of ginger vodka and ginger beer topped with a lime, and served in a traditional copper mug. A comfortable atmosphere and reasonably priced, seasonal menu make this a favorite for no-fuss drinking and dining.
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