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Housed in a historic 110-year-old building, Savannah’s evokes the grandeur of the past with formal décor such as a marble fireplace, weathered-wood paneling, and flowing drapes. Tables covered in white linens populate with juicy steaks and seafood fillets that show flashes of Italian and French influence in their delicate wine and butter sauces. A separate gluten-free menu makes the most of choice cuts, such as a 20-ounce porterhouse and tender center-cut pork chops. Servers can suggest wine or liquor pairings from Savannah's substantial bar list or add to the historic atmosphere by playing a baroque concerto on the rims of wineglasses.