Topping the food chain is a tremendous achievement, which is why humans triumphantly plant flag-like toothpicks in burgers and sing the national anthem at their steaks before devouring them. Enjoy life at the top with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $41 for a steak-house dinner for two with one appetizer and two entrees, valid at the Jackson location only (up to an $83.50 value)
- $79 for a steak-house dinner for four with two appetizers and four entrees, valid at the Jackson location only (up to a $167 value)
- $7 for $14 worth of lunch cuisine and drinks, valid at both the Ann Arbor and Jackson locations<p>
Succulent steaks, hearty burgers, and fresh seafood greet diners at Knight’s Steakhouse and Grill. Lunchtime visitors can savor a hot roast-beef sandwich ($8.50), a patty melt ($6.95), or a petite sirloin ($14.95) and complement meals with a drink from the full bar. At dinner, appetizers in the form of shrimp cocktails ($9.50) and chicken wings ($7.75) ready taste buds for entrees such as char-grilled london broils ($16.95), Maryland-style crab cakes ($19.50), and 24-ounce porterhouse steaks ($36.95).
Knight’s Steakhouse and Grill
Not many steak houses can boast of their own market where juicy cuts of meat are swiftly transported from the nearby deli to the bustling restaurant kitchen. Knight’s Steakhouse and Grill holds this distinction in the form of Knight’s Market, an Ann Arbor deli where the steaks are painstakingly selected according to their size—each steak must be big enough to double as a shoe, if the need should arise. After the chefs cook them to perfection at the eatery’s two locations, the sizzling entrees make their way to waiting diners amid soft lighting and stone and brick accents.
What some people are buzzing about:
97% of 439 customers recommend
“Thank you. Another great meal”
“I was very pleased with the quick service (both of the waitress taking my order and bringing my check but also the kitchen) and the unobtrusive wait staff.”
“Great deal! Would love to come back and try the porterhouse.”