Contemporary French and American with global influences and seasonal spontaneity. Located in Downtown Detroit within walking distance from the Renaissance Center and Greektown. The three dining rooms showcase wine themed etched glass, beveled mirrors, and luscious oak paneled walls.
March 28, 2009 @ 11:59 PM
a diner from Brownstown, Mi
Absolutely fabulous experience!! Great food and decent prices,(not cheap).
September 21, 2007 @ 7:51 PM
a diner from Detroit, MI
The ambience was fantastic as was the menu. The other reviews were right...what a gem!
Ribs were nicely cooked and has the smoked flavor- loved it, the sauce is vinegar based (mild, medium,hot), Usually i only love the sweet sauce but this was a nice surprise, they r a cheerful bunch as well. Not many side dishes(greens, mac cheese) bu
I have had the wings and the batter fried cod, both of which were good. The service however is a different story. Once, one of my sides was missing. Another time, I bought the same dinner two weeks and paid two different prices. When I asked about th
I HAVE NEVER BEEN DISAPPOINTED WITH THE FOOD OR SEVICE. THEY HAVE BEEN THERE FOR YEARS AND THE SEVICE IS GOOD SOMETIME YOU MAY TO WAIT A LITTLE BUT IT IS WELL WORTH IT. KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK, AND KEEP THE FOOD COMING.THE RESTAURANT IS TAKE OUT. STOP
The food was good BUT, after being told my order would be ready in 15 minutes, I sat and waited for 35 minutes. This was after trying to instruct the guy behind the counter on how to pronounce my name correctly. It may have been helpful if he had c