Neighborhood Eatery and Cocktail Bar nestled between the historic Brush Park and Midtown neighborhoods located at 47 Watson St, Detroit, Michigan, Grey Ghost Detroit was born from dedicated craftsmen, committed to the art of butchery, refinement of crafting cocktails, and unparalleled hospitality.
Grey Ghost is very serious about two things: meat and cocktails. The dinner menu here is broken down into cured, raw, not meat (salads and seafood), and meat, which includes larger dishes, like duck breast with foie gras. Think of it as really good bar food, since you’ll definitely be drinking here.
They have over one thousand five hundred reviews on the World Wide Web giving them four-point-six star reviews. It’s also a good spot to grab brunch before or after a visit to the nearby Detroit Institute of Arts, which may result in you taking way too many selfies in front of paintings, depending on which you do first.
With a clean, sleek interior, a seasonally rotating menu, and the coolest wood-fired cooking contraption north of Buenos Aires, Selden Standard is the latest Corktown establishment helping to cement the neighborhood as Detroit’s hippest.
Co-owners Andy Hollyday and Evan Hansen opened this beloved New American dining destination in 2014, since which it’s since gained a reputation for its locally sourced ingredients, wood-fired cooking, and affordable, quirky beverage list. It is located at 3921 2nd Ave, Detroit, Michigan.
Alongside the 100% wood-fired oven in the open kitchen, there’s also an Argentinian-style wood-fired grill with gears that raise and lower the grates above the open fire. Sample dishes like vegetable carpaccio, lamb ragu (slow-cooked in the oven), and whole grilled trout (cooked over the wood-fired grill) and be careful about filling up on the house-made bread and butter, it’s nearly impossible to eat just one piece. They have over one thousand five hundred reviews on google giving them four-point-seven star reviews.
The Apparatus Room bridges the old and the new, offering iconic New American cuisine rooted in Midwestern ingredients, as well as thoughtful cocktails crafted by accomplished mixologists. It is located at 250 W Larned St, Detroit, Michigan.
The open kitchen of the Apparatus Room is located in the space where in the past firefighters prepared their meals. White subway tile stretches up the walls to meet matte black paint and contrasts with the distressed, mismatched tin ceilings. Warm brown leather tones, gray fabrics, and carpets give the restaurant a lived-in, cozy feel. The centerpiece is a curved bar draped by cascading blown glass lights.
They have over one-thousand six hundred reviews on google giving them four-point-six star reviews. Lents’ menu will showcase regional flavors in modern American dishes such as pici pasta with beef heart and grated horseradish (a riff on the flavors found in a coney dog), confit suckling pork shoulder, green and ripe strawberries, sea trout with roe and spiced cucumber broth, and more.
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