Sharing a meal with loved ones is a way to connect, create memories, and discover which family member has been a robot all along. Refuel your clan with today’s Groupon for contemporary American cuisine at Savoy Restaurant. Choose from the following options:
- For $39, you get a dinner for two, valid Sunday–Thursday evenings (up to a $92 value).
- For $39, you get a dinner for two, valid any Friday or Saturday in October (up to a $92 value).
- For $39, you get a dinner for two, valid any Friday or Saturday in November (up to a $92 value).
- For $39, you get a dinner for two, valid any Friday or Saturday in December (up to a $92 value).<p>
Each dinner includes:
- One appetizer (up to a $16 value)
- Two entrees (up to a $38 value each)
Boasting more than 25 years of culinary experience, Savoy’s chef Kevin Watson curates a creative dinner menu of artfully plated, contemporary American cuisine. Within Savoy’s upscale, lounge-like confines, the namesake shrimp or chicken satays luxuriate in a creamy peanut-butter sauce, and plates of fried calamari and shrimp are escorted to tables by a zesty sun-dried tomato-and-horseradish-cream dip. The cavatappi mac ‘n’ cheese upgrades a childhood classic with truffle oil and lobster, much like refrigerator-hung art finger painted with gold dust. A culinary trifecta of pork shoulder with an apricot-thyme glaze, tenderloin with pickled apple, and sweet-potato-puree ribs lets diners have their pork three ways and eat it too.
Savoy's executive chef, Andre Robinson, Pittsburgh Magazine’s 2013 "Best Restaurants Party" winner and Savor Pittsburgh multiple-award winner, draws from 25 years of culinary experience to put a modern spin on American dishes, from barbecue ribs and burgers to seafood. Chef Andre Robinson’s eclectic mélange of upscale entrees and comfort fare has been featured on Pittsburgh Today, in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, and in the recurring dreams of the restaurant’s regulars.
Meanwhile, the space's ritzy decor has enticed celebrities that include Boris Kodjoe, Joe Manganiello, Tyson Beckford, Cedric the Entertainer, and Mya. The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review marveled: "Pittsburgh designer Luca Paganico transformed an old, three-story building ... in the Strip District into a posh, swanky, 74-seat establishment with imported Italian leather couches and chairs, fiber-optic bar tops, walls with lighting that changes color as customers dine, and different music playing in each room and hallway."