GREEN DOT STABLES
2200 West Lafayette, Detroit, MI 48216 Directions
Korean, Coney Dog, Buffalo Chicken, Cream of Tomato, Portobello and Swiss, Fried Chicken Caesar and Bologna, Catfish, Crispy Pork Belly, Gyro, Tofu Bahn Mi, Mystery Meat, Almond Duck Tenders, Bbq Bacon, Corktown Smore, Grilled Cheese, Hot Brown, Philly Cheesesteak, Iceberg Wedge, Cheeseburger, Cuban, Corned Beef, Quinoa Burger & Moscow Mule
Green Dot Stables is an iconic new American restaurant situated in the heart of the city. The restaurant part of the builder is Mr. Tony Smith's general manager, he is started working in restaurants as a teenager, and his enthusiasm and passion for people led him to hospitality and management. It has over 20 kinds of sliders, soups, salads, and desserts, beer, wine, and cocktails. Their tireless teams are serving every minute with a genual smile, and every one of the staff can be fulfilled their role. Try their delicious corned beef, almond duck tenders, coney dog, and Tofu Banh Mi. They also serve in the Lansing location.
Price: Starts from $2
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3921 Second Avenue, Detroit, MI 48201 Directions
Mussels and Fries, Cacio E Pepe, Roasted Beets, Duck Bolognese, Soup Du Jour, Breakfast Sausage, Frittata, Vegetable Carpaccio, Lurisia Sparkling Spring Water, Confit Pork Shoulder, Polenta Al Forno, Chorizo and Egg Sandwich, Buttermilk Pancakes, Grilled Shrimp, Housemade Cashew Milk, Collard Melt, Joseph Wesley Teas, Cheese Grits, Beans & Toast
Selden Standard was designed by Tadd Heidgerken and Kristen Dean, and its famous patio mural was done by Heidi Barlow and Shaina Kasztelan. The restaurant's entire indoor views having a huge semi-private table in the central dining room, an outside patio, and a private room with A/V gear. Their event rooms are accommodated seated up to for 10 to 40 people, and their events manager will be delighted to work with you on a custom menu from their seasonal offerings. The unique bar original cocktails are crafted from mindfully selected spirits, seasonal fruits, and house-made ingredients. Their cuisine flavors are born in local farms, that caught at the peak of the season, made in their wood-fired oven, and served small plates-style in well shareable portions.
Restaurant of the Year by Detroit Free Press in 2015 - Restaurant of the Year-Hour Detroit in 2016
Price: Starts from $3
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4421 Woodward Avenue, Detroit, MI 48201 Directions
The Whitney Colossal Shrimp, Classic Caesar Salad, Eggplant Bruschetta, Beef Wellington, Seafood Sauté, Blue Crab, Muscovy Duck Breast, Calamari, Grilled Cauliflower Steak, Berkshire Farms Tomahawk Pork Chop, Chef’s Au Gratin Potatoes, Jalapeno Creamed Corn with Bacon, Grilled Asparagus, Sautéed Sherry-Butter Mushrooms & Tomato Basil Bisque
The Whitney is world-famous for upscale dining in Detroit. The restaurant was built by successful lumber baron David Whitney Jr; he was one of Michigan’s most affluent citizens and the wealthiest man in Detroit. Their myriad of dining spaces is ideally suited for parties accommodated from 10 to 400 visitors, and the Garden is also available as a different and colorful oasis for warm weather functions. The Ghostbar’s eclectic spirits complement classic American dishes, making any evening spent in the dining rooms or garden an enchanting one. They offer happy hour deals that are available from Mon to Fri at (4:30 pm to 6:30 pm).
Price: Starts from $7