Savory Grille2022-06-28T11:05:05-04:00

Savory Grille

610.845.2010   //
  • American
  //   DINNER
  • Gluten Free
  • Kid's Menu
  • Vegan Options
  • Outdoor Seating Area
  • BYOB
  • Full Bar
  • Private Party Room

A bucolic drive to Savory Grille feels like a rolling meditation, and stepping through the door of the intimate country inn completes the transformation to utter relaxation. The warmly welcoming staff keeps the mood easy as a memorable meal unfolds in the vintage dining room or windowed Arbor Room. A menu that’s refreshed weekly and tweaked daily arouses the palate for sophisticated culinary adventures skillfully – and artistically – planned and executed by Chef/owner Shawn Doyle and Chef Ryan Lukow. (Flavors of global cuisines are infused into every course, such as a Foie Gras Torchon appetizer, a French delicacy. The gently seasoned, formed, and poached foie gras, sliced into a medallion topped with coarse sea salt, boasts a melt-on-the-tongue texture. Counterpoints to the rich meat include mustardy mostarda sauce with raspberries, fig jam, brûléed fig, pickled shallots, capers, and gooseberries, with lavash crackers supplying crunch. Of course, each component is prepared in house, as are breads, pasta, stocks, sauces, dressings, and desserts. Meats, seafood, and produce are procured from top purveyors, and when an adjacent greenhouse is completed, assorted veggies will be site sourced. An on-site apiary currently
supplies honey.

Another upcoming amenity is an event center for banquets, which will also greatly expand the kitchen work space. Other forward-thinking innovations that supplement in-house fine dining include “Savory at Home,” a 3-course takeout dinner-for-two that changes weekly, and “Retail,” a varying selection of goods and goodies from the scratch kitchen, encompassing breads, bone broth, smoked meats – such as pecan-smoked salmon bellies – frozen uncooked meats, pickles, pasta, and more. “Family Style” meals arrive for holiday celebrations, so put a scrumptious Easter-to-go feast on your calendar now. 

Spirited beverages to accompany premise dining cover not-found-in-state-store wines from a well-curated list, craft beers, and a selection of seasonal cocktails – plus all the classic libations you crave. 

As seen in the Summer/Fall 2022 Issue

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