The vision for Savanna's was a simple one: create exceptional food and serve it flawlessly in inviting surroundings. This vision was realized, and has made Savanna's extraordinary in a town where restaurants come in and out of vogue over the course of a holiday weekend; Savanna's is in its fourteenth year, and remains the place to dine in the Hamptons. The atmosphere is relaxed yet civilized. The dining room itself is formal but at the same time airy and inviting. French doors open out to the patio and rose garden, permitting graceful outdoor dining on summer nights under the pillared pavilion; ceiling fans gently move the petals of the sunflowers adorning the tables, and the flickering of many candles illuminate the creamy wainscoted walls and the beautiful mirror backed antique bar filled with aged spirits. One thinks of women in cool, long white dresses with straw hats and men in linen suits and you can imagine Jay Gatsby and Daisy siting at the corner table. There is a timeless historic style underlying the unique cuisine and the festive sounds of music and voices.