Chef John Levy and his wife, restaurant partner Laura Levy, have opened a new restaurant in downtown San Francisco.
The restaurant, The Brasserie Savoy, features the signature cream cheese raviolis.
It will open on Sunday, Nov. 5.
The Brassierz are a team of Italian cooks who are working with local chefs to produce a menu of dishes inspired by their heritage.
The Levys are the first to open a restaurant in the city since they started serving at The Brassiere in 2010.
Here’s what you need to know about their new venture.
The Brasserie is located at 819 Mission Street and is a joint venture between Chef Levy and Chef Laura Levy.
Chef Levy, an accomplished cook, has been a member of the San Francisco restaurant scene since 2007.
He has worked in restaurants like the Bistro La Mer, The Del Mar, and La Maison de France.
Laura, who has been with the Levy family for 30 years, joined the restaurant in 2005 as an assistant chef.
They began working together at The Grill in the 1970s and developed a restaurant culture in San Francisco that included a love for Italian cuisine, wine and spirits.
The Levy family has been serving up the best Italian food in the region since the 1940s.
The food at the Brasserie will be inspired by the family’s Italian roots and traditions.
The menu is already packed with classic flavors, including a traditional Italian cheese ravoline with fresh goat cheese, goat meat, red wine and a seasonal tomato salad.
The brasserie will also offer a wide range of signature desserts including a classic lemon creme brulee with strawberries and cream, chocolate covered pecan cookies and a classic almond creme brûlée.
The chef has said the menu is designed to offer guests a variety of options, but there will be plenty of options for those who prefer a more traditional take on the classic.
The chefs said they wanted to offer something that was fresh and easy to prepare.
“I wanted to bring something to the table that was not just a dessert, but something that could be eaten in a restaurant, something that wasn’t just a breakfast or lunch,” Chef Levy said.
“We wanted to be open and welcoming to everyone and be a place where people could come and share in the culture and the traditions.”
The Brassery will serve a small menu but will have a variety to choose from, including desserts like the French croissant, the Italian croissants, the French cake and the classic Italian crostini.
The restaurant is expected to open in the coming weeks and is open from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., Monday through Saturday.
It’s open 24 hours.