Reviews on Gastropub food in Detroit, Michigan, United States. It’s time to take a look at the renewed energy and vitality of Detroit. Located on the Detroit River, visitors love The D’s outdoor art galleries, robust theater district, world-class cultural attractions and year-round lineup of festivals & events. Detroit has four pro sports teams playing just blocks from each other, and its award-winning food scene makes it a foodie mecca. Plus it’s easy to get around, with bike & scooter share systems, the People Mover elevated rail, and QLine street car.
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4 based on 393 reviews
Wright & Company is a gastro-bistro located on the second floor of the historic Wright-Kay building in downtown Detroit. We serve contemporary American small plates, craft cocktails, natural and biodynamic wines and craft beers from around the world. Our
We love the menu and how it changes... always fresh and delicious new options.Everyone is friendly and service is very prompt. The restaurant is usually pretty busy, but they work quickly to get you seated.Everything is so good and the portion sizes are pretty decent for the prices and for it being âsmall platesâ.We always order the potato chips... I mean, you have to get them... just indulge a bit, and get them.
4 based on 140 reviews
After a bit of shopping in the Corktown area we stopped in at this nearby brewery. It had nice outdoor seating. Inside was comfortable bench seating. Many different brews to choose from with samples available. The food menu had some classic choices with surprising twists. And we were able to take some bottled beer home.
4 based on 170 reviews
Red Dunn Kitchen is Detroit's newest restaurant addition. We're combining the best of the approachability and focus on local farmers as mom and pop restaurants with the choosiness of Detroit's best restaurants. Be one of the first to experience Detroit di
After a long day, which included an afternoon at the ballpark, we returned to our hotel, the Trumbull and Porter, a bit tired and hungry. After reading some promising reviews of the hotelâs restaurant, we headed down for dinner. We were greeted and seated by a very friendly young woman named Jane who became our server. From the first conversation about the menu selections, to the great food and the wonderful service, and the fun and pleasant interactions, this was a thoroughly enjoyable experience. The Brussels sprouts appetizer was amazing - perfectly done, crispy and flavorful. We really enjoyed our dinners - the veggie flatbread (yum) and the fried chicken. Janeâs knowledge and personality really enhanced the whole experience. Thanks, Jane, for helping make this a wonderful evening. Hello lynnerhodes21,We are happy to hear we were able to top off what seems like an already great day with our five star service. We are pleased to have provided you with not only a great meal but also wonderful service. Jane is beaming with joy after reading these compliments. We hope you will stay with us again the next time you visit Detroit.
4 based on 81 reviews
Firebird is a casual restaurant-Âbar in downtown Detroit, featuring approachable yet elevated food and drink. Since 2013, weâve aimed to provide locals and out-Âof-Âtowners with a warm, lively and inviting spot to meet, dine, drink and dance. Stop in for
Located in the heart of Greektown, Firebird Tavern doesn't look like much from the outside but it is a hidden gem. Before a ballgame or just for dinner it's an excellent place for food and drink. We were a party of four and enjoyed draft beer and one of their hard ciders. Food was outstanding, especially Chicken and grits. Before a week night Tiger game they had a good crowd but it was not as crazy as some of the bars get. We had a good table and good service and walked to the stadium. There is a free Greektown shuttle available if you prefer to take that.
4 based on 57 reviews
True neighborhood pub with excellent hand prepared and affordable food, terrific beer selection and friendly staff. Multiple Vegetarian, Vegan and Gluten Free options always on the menu. Nothing deep fried or microwaved ever!
My children groaned âNot another Hipster place!â when we pulled up to the Woodbridge Pub. Never having been in Detroit, I wanted a place near the Motown Museum.The first thing I was pleasantly surprised by was the free street parking. The server could not have been nicer. We ordered from the Sunday brunch menu (the only menu at that time on Sunday, apparently), and it was very good. Getting the food took a bit, and a table that came in after we did got their food much sooner, but the quality of the food and the comfortable ambiance made up for the wait.And the kids loved the food as well!
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