April showers are sure to bring May flowers—and a busy Spring at Savoir Fare. We are on the cusp of a bustling Spring wedding season. Recently, we had the pleasure of catering an event at Riverside on the Potomac, located on 80 picturesque acres in rural Leesburg. The new venue for brides and event hosts is owned and operated by my former mentor, Suzi Worsham. It was a delight to work along side her and assist in making the day memorable for the bride and groom.
We are gearing up to welcome all the special Mom's out there to celebrate their special day—all week long, May 8th - 11th with Mom specials and mouthwatering desserts.
And a special thank you to our wonderful friends and patrons for their suggestion to change our Sunday hours to 4pm-8pm. So far, it's been a win-win for our staff and our guests.
May 2nd-3rd, 2014
Dinner & A Show:
Roald Dahl's Willy Wonka
5pm Dinner • 8pm Show
3-course Dinner + Show Ticket*
Enjoy a scrumptious 3-course dinner at Savoir Fare and top off your evening with a wonderful performance presented by Main Street Theatre Productions at the Franklin Park Arts Center in Round Hill.
Call us at (540) 338.8300 for reservations & detailed information *Excludes tax, gratuity,
and alcoholic beverages
May 8th-11th, 2014
Mother's Week at Savoir FareThursday -Saturday, 5pm-9pm
Celebrate your favorite
Mom all week long!
Call us at (540) 338.8300 for reservations & detailed information
From planning the event in its early stages until your last guest leaves the party, wishing it would never end, one thing will be certain—your event will come to life with Savoir Fare as your event’s caterer.
"Riverside on the Potomac was delighted to have Savoir Fare, Joannie, and her staff cater a beautiful, delicious hors d'oeuvre hour and plated sumptuous dinner for a wedding here on April 19th. The staff took care of the setup of the reception and attended to the Guests' needs throughout the evening. Their attention to detail made for a lovely evening. We couldn't be more pleased to have Savoir Fare back at Riverside on the Potomac this season."