A raw steak can reduce the swelling of a black eye just as easily as the charcoal markings of a well-cooked steak can draw it back on. Make artful use of cuisine with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of contemporary American fare at Fiamma Grille.
With their expert handling of the menu's aged steaks and fresh seafood and the desire to use local produce whenever possible, Fiamma Grille's chefs garnered the contemporary American eatery No. 5 spot on Gayot's Top 10 Steakhouses in Detroit list. Diners can grab small plates of gourmet cheese ($14) and traditional Italian antipasti ($12) to wet their whistles or practice plate spinning. Served alongside truffled potatoes and smoked blue cheese, the 20-ounce prime cowboy steak ($35) arrives tableside after 28 days of dry aging and a quick stint on the grill and competes for patrons' affections with sashimi-grade steaks of ahi tuna topped with cucumber-wasabi sauce ($24).
The savory fare pairs perfectly with glasses of vino selected from a list of California wine that has helped Fiamma Grille win the Award of Excellence from Wine Spectator and a thumbs-up from Arnold Schwarzenegger
Fiamma Grille elevates the local dining scene with elegant takes on a contemporary restaurant's bill of fare. Like a slice of bread nibbled into the shape of a mitten, the menu is a testament to state pride, with chefs striving to source local produce and products whenever possible. The seasonal menu features staples like tasting plates of Leelanau cheese, 20 oz aged cowboy ribeye, and platter of handmade pasta.
Fiamma Grille's dedication to whipping up consistently pleasing tapas, aged steaks, and seafood earned it a spot on Gayot's Top 10 Steak Houses in Detroit list. In addition, its litany of fine California vinos won an Award of Excellence from Wine Spectator.
380 South Main Street
Plymouth, Michigan 48170