Ann Arbor Downtown Restaurant Temporarily Closes for ‘Serious Renovation’


ANN ARBOR, Mich. – The New Years Eve dinner will be the last meal served at Sava until next spring.

The downtown Ann Arbor restaurant – owner Sava Farah’s flagship restaurant – will temporarily close during the winter for renovations.

In a statement, Farah and her team said the State Street restaurant was “tired and in need of a deep rest and serious renovation” after 13 busy years.

Sava’s opened in 2007 as a 24 seat cafe across from its current location at 216 S. State St. It has become known for its brunch offerings, popularity with University of Michigan students, and its hospitality.

Farah and her team plan to reopen the invigorated restaurant “in early spring as a better, more delicious version of Sava,” the statement said.

Sava’s will close after dinner service on December 31st.

“We love and appreciate our team and loyal customers so much and look forward to relaunching the restaurant of which we are capable today.”

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Sister restaurants Aventura and The Dixboro Project will expand their offering for customers and create jobs for staff during the shutdown.

Sava’s is open 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday to Friday and 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. on weekends.

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