Find out what Bar restaurants to try in Grosse Pointe Park. Grosse Pointe Park is a city in Wayne County in the U.S. state of Michigan. The population was 11,555 at the 2010 census. Bordering on Detroit with frontage on southern Lake Saint Clair, it is the westernmost of the noted Grosse Pointe suburbs, with the oldest overall housing stock of the five cities. Grosse Pointe Park is 6 miles (9.7 km) east of downtown Detroit and thus is home to many who commute to the city on a daily basis. The area is often referred to simply as 'GPP' or "The Park".
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4 based on 64 reviews
Craft Work is the perfect neighborhood restaurant and bar. There is no doubt the staff is focused on your experience and the food and bar menu is crafted for everyone to find something they will love. One side is traditional restaurant seating and the other communal. They never have a bad day. I'm a frequent visitor and keep coming back because they delight me and my friends every time. The white fish is always very filling. When they have quail it is outstanding. I've probably had 250 oysters there and never had a bad one. Cocktails are as good as anywhere in the city. Truly fantastic cocktails made with care.
4 based on 46 reviews
It had been sometime since we had been to Whiskey Six for dinner and we were really glad we returned. Entering the restaurant we were reminded of the thought put into the "look" of the bar and restaurant - warm and inviting. We always enjoy seeing the antique Studebaker elevated above the restaurant.Our server Courtney was friendly, knowledgeable and efficient. There is a wide selection of craft cocktails, whiskies (obviously) and other mid to high end liquors. Outstanding craft beer selections as well. The restaurant offered March Madness specials which included bargains on their delicious burgers and the option to add a craft beer to the order for only $2. The food selection is upscale pub food that is very well done. Several in our party shared the roasted Brussels Sprouts which has been a popular appetizer since Whiskey Six opened. We all opted for Burgers and each one was prepared just as requested. Our drinks were eclectic and included good Irish whiskey, craft beer and wine.Our visit to Whiskey Six reminded us to return there more often for drinks and dinner.
4 based on 168 reviews
Sindbad's Restaurant and Marina since 1949 on the Detroit River. Specialize in Fresh Fish and High Quality Seafood. Home made Clam Chowder and Soups. Great Hamburgers and Steaks. A nice variety of Salads and Sandwiches too. Sindbad's has the best Perch an
I had not been to Sinbads in years! Brought back some great memories. Located just across from the famous Roostertail, we had a delicious lunch. The service was excellent and the menu is extensive. They even had some of the evening selections offered at lunchtime, I had the orange roughy, baked potato and caesar salad. Excellent choice for somewhere different to dine!
3 based on 63 reviews
You'll enjoy the Village Grill whether alone, with a friend or your family. Plenty of TV's keep you up to date on all the games. A game room for the kids keeps them busy. The food quite good, and the service quick and friendly. Friends love to congregate there.
4 based on 74 reviews
Featherbowling, steamed mussels, more than a dozen beers from Belgium... at the Cadieux Cafe, as the bumper sticker on the wall says, âItâs Beautiful To Be Belgian.â Since its days as a Prohibition-era speakeasy, the Cadieux Cafe has been a social hub for
Our group (visiting from Pennsylvania) had 14 people.4 parents, 10 kids ages 5-18We called ahead and made reservations for dinner and feather bowling.Some of us were skeptical and ALL of us loved it! Unique atmosphere, friendly and helpful staff, great food.Feather bowling was so much fun! Our group had a blast. Kids, moms, dads, even the teenagers!Since it was Wednesday, we got to enjoy a little karaoke before we left.My son turned 10 that day and said it was "The Best Birthday Ever!!"Great Experience. Thank you, Cadieux Cafe!
4 based on 72 reviews
Came for lunch at 11:30 had to wait outside in the rain for someone to open the door even though people saw us. There was a hair in my salad. Waiter was nowhere to be found had to tell the busboy. Salad was wilted and almost spoiled. Chicken pot pie was bland. My grandsons meal was not prepared as asked, as a result the child was not able to eat his meal prior to a dr appt. Had to ask the busboy to cash us out because the waiter was awol. A manager never came to address the hair in the food.
4 based on 17 reviews
When spunky Rochelle appeared from around the bar in a short, white cheerleaders skirt and white sneakers on this HOT day, we knew we were in the right place! Marge's has been around for 52 years. It's a little neighborhood bar themed on Detroit's hockey-town image. Everyone seemed to know everybody at the bar, but we outsiders were made to feel welcome just the same! I found the single stall Women's Restroom clean and stocked. My guy said his restroom was fine.Draft beers selections are decent. The Italian sausage on pita is time-honored and comes from a local (east side) sausage maker. I'd have liked it spicier, however it's of course, an individual thing. That said, my companion and I both agreed that the house-made corned beef on the grilled Reuben with Russian dressing is flat-out GREAT.Metered parking is available in the small adjacent lot or on Mack Ave. Rochelle was good about telling patrons to faithfully feed the meter to avoid tickets. We hope to return with friends soon!
4 based on 98 reviews
Enjoyed the food and our bartender/hostess but then our waitress was borderline rude; absolutely no personality. We had 5 adults and sat back away from everyone with our young child and three grandchildren. Never encountered a mandatory 20% tip. It answered why she didnât put in any effort. I would return for the food but refuse the waitress section. Service affected my rating.
4 based on 42 reviews
I went here for lunch with my mom she said they serve Mediterranean among other things. It was a nice place , clean and appeared new . Service was good although it wasn;t real busy for 1 in the afternoon. I had a lemon rice soup and Fatoosh salad both fresh and tasty . My mom hummus with ground lamb on top also tasty and fresh. they offered many other good looking choices and the prices seemed reasonable. I would go back.
4 based on 89 reviews
Situated on Kercheval & Lakepointe in Grosse Pointe Park's business district, Atwater in the Park is proudly serving handcrafted beer and spirits in a beautifully renovated historic church! A biergarten and gastropub with a unique and unorthodox dining ex
We went there after going out with my mom she wanted to try it. First the good ! I like the ambiance of the church setting. It wasn't very busy for a Sunday afternoon. Besides them having several home brews they make ( had the Detroit Dry cider not bad ) they have a nice menu . I had the chicken and waffles , my wife the chicken sandwich with Habenero dressing . My mom a nice salad and onion soup. I thought the food was excellent I got 2 waffles and a plumb piece of chicken which my wife also complemented her chicken. My mom enjoyed hers as well. Now the bad ! The service was very disappointing for the amount of people and the amount of staff they had. It took forever to get our food and when we did my wife and I got ours but my moms still took a bit. Really for soup and a salad ! Plus our waitress never asked if my mom wanted her soup first to start and salad when we got ours. She was nice but forgot some small things and wasn't really on the ball . My wife and I don't live in the area my mom does we would go back for the food and ambiance but if the service is like that again that would be it.
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