A stroll through Savoir restaurant’s tiny wine cellar leads to an intimate speakeasy boasting romantic antique chandeliers (think date night) and a concise menu that focuses on standard steakhouse fare, including several cuts of beef. On our first visit, we experienced hits and misses as well as service missteps. The iceberg “wedge” —actually chopped lettuce—was large enough to split and boasted fine bacon, but its blue cheese dressing was watery. Sadly, the crab cakes were delivered at the exact same time and were served barely warm. But buttery roasted whole mushrooms were swoon-worthy, a perfect pairing with a tender char-grilled filet mignon cooked exactly to our specifications. Also cooked flawlessly was the silky sea bass, yet its luxuriously textured beurre blanc sauce was bland. The cocktail and wine menus highlight well-considered options, which make choosing a breeze.