The Savoy is a lovingly restored 19th-century coffeehouse, complete with high ceilings and period Biedermeier furnishings that instantly recall imperial Vienna. The eclectic menu runs from Czech classics like svičková (a traditional concoction of braised beef sirloin, served in gravy and topped with cranberry sauce, a dab of whipped cream and a slice of lemon) to more standard fare like chicken breasts and pork. It's a good choice for either lunch or dinner, but the cafe really comes into its own on weekends for brunch, when both oversized English and American breakfasts are served. It's popular (especially on weekends), so reservations are highly recommended.
- Mark Baker