Recently we talked about the newly renovated Sheraton Park Hotel at Anaheim Resort. This deluxe resort is one of our favorite area hotels, in part because we love Savor – a fun pizza and wine bar – located on site. We think it’s one of the most fun, unique sit-down restaurants near Disneyland and our teenage son has dubbed it a winner. After a couple visits, we’re ready to dish on Savor Stone Hearth Pizza and Wine – the perfect pizza spot close to Disneyland for adults and teens.
Savor Stone Pizza and Wine Quick Chew Review
What We Loved:
- Brazilian Style All You Can Eat
- Great for Adults and Adventurous Teen Eaters
- Excellent Service
What We Didn’t:
- Higher Priced Experience for Some Families
- Gorgeous Modern Décor Doesn’t Match Style Restaurant
Where is Savor located?
Savor Stone Hearth Pizza and Wine
1855 Harbor Blvd.
Anaheim, CA 92802
Savor is located inside the Sheraton Park Hotel at Anaheim Resort, just south of Katella Ave. on Harbor Blvd. It’s blocks from Disneyland Resort.
What’s the Best Way to Get to Savor Pizza and Wine?
Walk. If you’re staying in the Disneyland area, we recommend walking to Sheraton Park Hotel. It’s within walking 10-15 minutes walking distance of the Parks and most area-hotels.
Art. If you’re utilizing the ART shuttle during your stay, the Sheraton Park Hotel at Anaheim Resort is located near the Anaheim Convention Center on the ART shuttle line.
Uber. If you’re saving your feet for the Parks, ride share is a clear winner here. You’re probably a $5-10 ride (without surge pricing) from just about anywhere in the Disneyland-area.
Drive. Parking is available at the Sheraton Park, but it’s a bit pricey. You’re looking at $10-30 in parking fees depending on the length of your stay and if you use valet.
How Did We Learn About Savor?
Though we’ve visited as a family, I (Tauni) first learned about Savor Stone Hearth Pizza and Pasta from our travel partner Get Away Today. Leadership from Get Away Today hosted us at the restaurant, in partnership with executive management at the Sheraton.
Restaurant recommendations are just one of the reasons we work so closely with a travel agent, even though we visit Anaheim frequently.
You can read up on the 20+ reasons we use Get Away Today to book Disney vacations here.
What’s Up with Savor Stone Hearth Pizza and Wine Menu?
The restaurant features menu prix fixe for lunch and dinner. If you’re not familiar with the concept, it typically features a multi-course meal, with limited choices, for a fixed price.
In this case, guests are served a local specialty soup, a charcuterie board filled with regional cheeses, meats, and a light citrus salad and all the pizza you can eat!
Savor has a small breakfast menu with items ranging in price from $5 to over $20.
How Much Does It Cost to Eat at Savor?
We don’t typically list prices in our reviews, simply because they change frequently and are hard to keep updated. Because Savor offers a set-menu and pricing that’s a little on higher end, we want to talk specifics this time around.
Savor prices lunch at $19.99, while dinner runs $24.99. Now, I know that things in California are a bit pricier than they are in Utah (which is where we live), but $25 a pop is pretty pricey for pizza. Overall, we think it’s worth it, let’s talk about why…
Savor Hearth Stone Pizza and Wine is an Experience
Savor Pizza and Wine isn’t just a good quick service pizza counter, near Disneyland. If you’re looking for easy quick service, great for kids, check out Pizza Press down the street
(also a favorite stop for us!).
Savor is a dining experience with four-courses and Brazilian-style service. Each table is provided a small wood puck. You turn it logo side up to have pizza delivered, logo side down if you’re working on things and need a “break” or need to say, stop! Pizza is circulated by staff on pizza boards tableside.
Savor Stone Hearth Pizza and Wine Menu Items
Since this is menu prix fixe, we’re going to walk you through the menu and share what we thought about each of the items.
Anaheim Chili Bisque – 10/10 YUMS. We love Anaheim chilis and use them frequently in our cooking at home. This soup has a strong green chili flavor and just a bit of heat. If you love green chilis this is the soup for you!
The Anaheim Chili Bisque is served as a starter. Rather than a large bowl of soup, expect a small cup or “tasting” size.
Though we loved this soup, when we dined with a group it ranked a bit lower…Collectively our table rated it 7/10 as a group, because while some loved it others thought it was just too much heat.
Charcuterie Board – 10/10 YUMS. The Savor charcuterie board features regional meats and cheeses, as well as a lightly dressed salad and veggies. You can’t go wrong with a charcuterie board. I love a good salad and wish that the salad was served separately on a salad plate, because I could have enjoyed more.
All of the Savor handcrafted pizzas are prepared on a thin crust.
Honey Bear – 9/10 YUMS. Honey Bear is covered with herbed ricotta, mozzarella, peppers, and a hot honey drizzle. The flavor on this pizza is fantastic but be warned, the heat can hit hard depending on the bite.
Cherry Bomb – 10/10 YUMS. Cherry Bomb is a margherita-style pizza with herbed cherry tomatoes, mozzarella, parmesan, basil, and roasted garlic. The pizza was delicious. Watch out for the cloves of garlic though, or you that’s all you will taste for the rest of the night!
The PB&J – 7/10 YUMS. P,B&J was just a bit controversial. It’s topped with pineapple, smoked bacon, jalapeños, and a three-cheese blend. There were some in our group who didn’t think pineapple belonged on pizza and others who just don’t like fresh jalapeños. We liked this one okay but wouldn’t have been interested in seconds.
The Gladiator – 10/10 YUMS. Gladiator is a meat lover’s dream. Topped with Italian sausage, pepperoni, meatballs and spicey red sauce. Overall, a winner for our group, but it was heavy, high-fat stuff.
Farmer’s Market – We didn’t try this selection. It wasn’t available the night we were dining.
The Shroom – We didn’t try this selection but look forward to enjoying it in the future. We love mushrooms!
Back to Blue – 8/10 YUMS. Back to Blue is topped with a Blue Cheese sauce, chicken, caramelized onions, blue cheese crumbles and green onion. Don’t let the double mention of Blue Cheese scare you. The flavor blended nicely and didn’t overtake the pizza. We didn’t get big bites of Blue Cheese crumble, which in our case, was appreciated.
That’s Cheesy – 10/10 YUMS. That’s Cheesy is covered generously in ricotta, provolone, mozzarella and parm. This was a slice that everyone in our group loved. The pizza had the perfect amount of cheesy stretch that stayed right on top of the pizza, instead of sitting there, heavy, and sliding right off at first bite.
We’ve tried three of the dessert pizzas. The menu generally features two flavors – the ricotta with seasonal berries and a seasonal dessert pizza.
The Ricotta with Seasonal Berries is a sweet way to end the night. It’s light berry flavor reminded us of a breakfast pastry, but better. Our family would rate this one a 10/10, but when attending with a group, there were some at our table that didn’t like the ricotta and would have ranked it a bit lower.
We’ve tried two seasonal pizzas. The S’more’s pizza was the overwhelming favorite when we attended a group dinner hosted by the hotel and Get Away Today in May. It was an easy 10/10 YUMS. Some of the folks in our large group enjoyed multiple slices.
In June, we tried the Dulce de Leche pizza. If you’re looking for something rich and decadent, this is the way to go! Sweet, gooey, dolce de leche is spread generously over the crust and then topped with toasted coconut flakes. We’re giving this one a 9/10, largely because it was a little too gooey and difficult to eat.
Would We Visit Savor Stone Hearth Pizza and Wine Again?
Savor was such a fun experience; we’ve already visited a second time. As you can see from the photos, we absolutely stuffed ourselves silly AND cleared our plates.
We don’t always have time to visit a sit-down restaurant when in Anaheim, but this is a great “special experience” to share with our teenage son. We will be back to visit again soon.
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