Restaurants & Food

Anita’s Kitchen

Anita’s Kitchen

A former ice-cream shop strategically located on Woodward south of Nine Mile Road got a witty Ron Rea redesign.

Lisa O’Donnell and Bonnie Fishman

Their stylish menus are enticing enough to attract a loyal clientele of discriminating diners, but no matter how expert they are, restaurant people like to take a break from their own kitchens for a taste of someone else’s cooking.
Bourbon Steak

Bourbon Steak

The Michael Mina restaurant has quickly established itself as one of metro Detroit’s premier steakhouses.

Curt Cataldo, Ann Stevenson, and Lisa Rucker

Their stylish menus are enticing enough to attract a loyal clientele of discriminating diners, but not matter how expert they are, restaurant people like to take a break from their own kitchens for a taste of someone else's cooking.
Very Cherry

Very Cherry

A recipe from Elio Petrovich, executive chef at the Commerce Grille in Commerce Township
Making a Pointe

Making a Pointe

The simple but solid City Kitchen in Grosse Pointe fills a dining gap on the east side

Our Kitchens, Ourselves

A new book centering on the 'warmest room' explores the ingredients of pop culture that have affected Americans' food fads, dieting, and appliances.
Edamame Sushi Nu-Asian Kitchen

Edamame Sushi Nu-Asian Kitchen and Bin 151

The creative fusion menu, the pared-down and sophisticated atmosphere, professional service, and interesting wine list give this Windsor spot an edge...
Rochester Chop

A Choice Location

Probably few guests at the Rochester Chop House notice the inscription on the wall above the kitchen door as they settle into their cozy armchairs in the softly lit restaurant on downtown Rochester’s Main Street.
Time-honored

Time-Honored

Mon Jin Lau is that rare breed of Chinese restaurant where modern American influences rewrite old recipes, and dishes are served in a setting where decor, food presentation, and pampering service are part of the experience.

Growing Concern

Melinda Curtis is part of a campaign to reverse a trend in the American food chain by promoting local foods.
Wolfgang Puck

Puck is in Luck at MGM

The Wolfgang Puck Grille in downtown's new MGM Grand Casino is one of the latest arrivals on the casino scene.

Small Plates and Tom’s Oyster Bar

Restaurant veteran Molly Abraham noshes around town, tracking down some top spots.

Wolfgang Puck Grille and La Musique

The most casual of the signature restaurants at the MGM Detroit Casino, this spot offers a contemporary menu in the hands of executive chef Marc Djozlija, who directs a staff of 58, turning out breakfast, lunch, and dinner, as well as room service for the hotel...

Tribute in Transition

It has a new menu and a new chef, but the old high standards remain the goal

French Laundry and Gaucho Brazilian Steakhouse

No relation to the Napa Valley spot, this is a rarity in that it’s open every day for all three meals...
Ronin

Ronin

Sushi chefs from downtown's Oslo have turned up in Royal Oak.
Staying Timeless

Staying Timeless

By any measure, what makes a restaurant successful is, first, the food. And then there is service and ambience. But success is very often also due to another ingredient: timelessness.
Global Groceries

Global Groceries

If you want to know who we are in metro Detroit — where we come from, what we look like, what we sound like when we talk — you might start by visiting some of our food markets.

Nero’s Steakhouse & Dylan’s Raw Bar & Grille

A spinoff of the Neros at Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas, the understated and sophisticated room at the Casino Windsor hotel brings USDA prime dry-aged steaks, outstanding rack of lamb, and upscale service to the south side of the river...

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