A high-protein diet can help build muscle, which comes in handy for fighting off a shark that is also on a high-protein diet. Take a bite out of the circle of life with today's Groupon: for $20, you get $40 worth of steakhouse fare at Savannah's in Trenton.
Savannah's serves a mouthwatering menu of premium-cut steaks, fresh seafood, and pasta dishes in a historic and elegant environment. Stampede into Savannah's for some savory starters such as the crab cakes in a sun-dried-tomato cream sauce ($8) before enjoying an ample offering of entrees. The seven USDA choice steaks served at Savannah's are sizzled in savory seasonings until perfectly cooked to your preference ($18–$28). Take a seafaring tour of your tongue buds with six seafood options that can be sautéed, blackened, deep fried, or broiled with your choice of four fish-friendly sauces ($16–$23). If you can't decide between steak and sea fodder, choose a combination plate piled high with the best of both worlds ($21–$39). Pasta patrons can twirl up fiery forkfuls of blackened chicken fettuccine, a hearty helping of spiced chicken with spinach, roma tomatoes, and mushrooms in a sea of creamy alfredo ($16).
Recently awarded the 2011 Trenton Business of the Year award, Savannah's serves gourmet grub in a stately 1897 Victorian house. The steakhouse's dignified décor and friendly service create an inviting atmosphere for a romantic rendezvous or austere appointment with your mustached alter ego. The restaurant offers ample wine, beer, and liquor menus to complement your filling feast.
- The taste of the steak was amazing. It was obvious they put care into seasoning their steaks and the result was delicious. The house potatoes were great. – Allison A., Yelp, 3/14/10
- They have house potatoes that you'll love, which the server recommended to us. The quiant [sic] old house makes your dining experience very unique. Everyone downriver should definitely [sic] give them a try! – Google Mapper, 2/6/10
Housed in a historic 119-year-old building, Savannah’s evokes the grandeur of the past with formal décor such as a marble fireplace and wood paneling. Tables covered in white linens populate with juicy steaks and seafood fillets that show flashes of French influence in their delicate wine and butter sauces and are complimented with fresh herbs from the restaurant's on-site greenhouse. The dinner menu makes the most of choice cuts, such as the 18-ounce bone-in ribeye and tender center-cut pork chops.
2156 W Jefferson
Trenton, Michigan 48183Get Directions