Detroit Breakfast House & Grille(313) 961-1115
American, Banquet/Party Room, Bar, Children's Menu, Fireplace, Kids Friendly, Outdoor Seating, Scenic View, Smoking/Non Smoking, TV/Satellite, Wheelchair Access, Wi-Fi/Internet Access, Breakfast, Lunch
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Restaurant DescriptionThe 3,850 square-foot restaurant, which seats up to 110 people, offers three distinct dining areas. Playing off of a living area theme found in one's own home, the first area is best described as a great room for the city. With a fireplace, multiple plasma television screens and comfortable seating, it is the perfect place to catch the latest national newscast, read the Wall Street Journal or network with Detroit's power elite.
The second dining area, hallmarked by 19 foot-high ceilings, contains boardrooms and spaces for meeting and private luncheons. Large columns define the private spaces of the area from the public spaces. The boardrooms feature LED screens and technology capabilities for presentations.
A contrast of traditional and contemporary styles distinguishes the third dining area. Half of the space resembles an intimate European courtyard, with relaxed, plush seating and floor-to-ceiling custom wallpaper. the other side of the space contains private booths in a very modern setting, with geometric-print upholstered cushions and abstract clusters of sunflowers of amber lights dividing the contrasting decors.
International travel and business are part of the decor theme common throughout the restaurant. Airport-like signage directs patrons to restrooms and other key areas; time zone clocks from around the world adorn the walls- all in keeping with the idea that business drives the world, and in working together, Detroiters can do great things. Additionally, the entire restaurant features wireless Internet offered at no charge for patrons.
The restaurant also features a full bar- perfect for enjoying a Bellini or Bloody Mary with brunch, a glass of wine from the extensive list with lunch or dinner, or single malt scotch or a martini to sip while relaxing with friends and colleagues. As with all of the Southern Hospitality Group restaurants, superb desserts are a kitchen specialty.
American, Continental, Sports Bar and Grill, Banquet/Party Room
American, Brewery/Pub/Tavern, Banquet/Party Room, Bar
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