$10 for $20 Worth of Steak-House Food at Damon's Grill Ann Arbor

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Hearty fare such as grilled steaks, ribs, chicken, and fish paired with brews and other sips at dinner, lunch, or during off-site events

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Expires Jan 31st, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Must purchase a food item. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Grilling a steak reveals its hidden flavors; much like interrogating a guilty child reveals which imaginary friend broke the living room window. Get to the bottom of the plate with this Groupon.

$10 For $20 Worth Of Steak-House Food

Chefs prepare a lineup of appetizers, salads, and sandwiches, such as the southern barbecue sandwich ($7.99) or bacon cheeseburger ($8.99). They also sizzle up signature slabs of barbecue ribs ($14.99+) over an open flame, as well as steak entrees in the form of new york strip ($18.99) and rib eye ($15.99). See the full menu.

Damon's Grill Ann Arbor

Upon entering Damon's Grill, guests must first pass under a quartet of bronze athletes immortalized in midpass or midswing. Once inside, the aroma of grilled steaks, ribs, fish, and chicken pulls them in one of two directions: toward quieter dining spaces, or toward the raucous energy of the clubhouse bar. In the clubhouse, revelers gather around the eatery's exclusively operated DTV––an entertainment system comprised of flat-screen TVs beaming with live sports and news broadcasts. Using tabletop speakers, guests control the audio station, volume, and frequency to curb the behavior of any nearby rabid canines. They can also compete with each other and players nationally with sports and trivia games. For outside gatherings, Damon's Grill's culinary crews assemble plated menus, buffets, and grilled meat packages.

Damon's Grill Ann Arbor

Upon entering Damon's Grill, guests must first pass under a quartet of bronze athletes immortalized in midpass or midswing. Once inside, the aroma of grilled steaks, ribs, fish, and chicken pulls them in one of two directions: toward quieter dining spaces, or toward the raucous energy of the clubhouse bar. In the clubhouse, revelers gather around the eatery's exclusively operated DTV––an entertainment system comprised of flat-screen TVs beaming with live sports and news broadcasts. Using tabletop speakers, guests control the audio station, volume, and frequency to curb the behavior of any nearby rabid canines. They can also compete with each other and players nationally with sports and trivia games. For outside gatherings, Damon's Grill's culinary crews assemble plated menus, buffets, and grilled meat packages.

After-work activities, from bites and brews to bowling and bottle service