Savida is the latest destination for modern, Mediterranean cuisine in Tribeca
Savida, a charming outpost, which derives its name from the Hebrew word for cuttlefish, specializes in seafood with dishes served fresh and cooked to order in a bright and airy environment.
Located a short walk from the historic Duane Park, Savida is positioned in a conveniently central location for downtown New Yorkers making it the ideal neighborhood destination for a delicious, well crafted meal, whatever the occasion, any day of the week.
Savida’s cuisine is a celebration of spices and the fresh flavors of the Mediterranean. Each dish is a tribute to the heritage and Israeli background of its owner Noam Langleib.
“Savida is inspired by Mediterranean culture with a love for art, family and generous portions. Our key mission is to provide an unassuming, delicious, and diverse dining experience for our guests. We have done this by curating a menu that is accessible in its simplicity and exciting in its colorful small details and fresh ingredients.” ~ Noam Langleib
The menu, overseen by Executive Chef Paulo Cortes, captures his expertise of seafood and Mediterranean cuisine with traditional and modernized dishes. Formerly at two top Mediteranean restaurants, Barbounia and Bustan, Chef Cortes highlights a variety of flavors but is grounded in quality ingredients, prepared daily in-house.
Chef has created a dining experience that is authentic, and tied to its cultural roots, allowing the diner to be transported to the Mediterranean for the evening while remaining approachable for various palates.
His signature mezze offering allows for large groups to share, encouraging diners to connect over a variety of small plates that offer flavors for every preference. These include Hummus, Baba Ganoush, Roasted Beets, Spicy Feta, Labane, Tzatziki, Cauliflower Tabbouleh, and Marinated Olives.
Savida is located at located at 139 Duane St. New York, NY and is open seven days a week, from 5:00PM-10:30PM.