Cash Only Supper Club Opens in Downtown Detroit

The new concept from Heirloom Hospitality Group offers upscale dining and entertainment
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Perfect Trio - cash only supper club
Perfect Trio

Cash Only Supper Club — the newest concept from Heirloom Hospitality Group, which owns and operates Townhouse in Detroit and Birmingham as well as Hour Detroit’s 2019 Restaurant of the Year, Prime + Proper — is now open in downtown Detroit. The spot offers fine food and live entertainment in an upscale setting.

“Our team is excited to introduce what we believe to be a one-of-a-kind and hyper-sensory fine-dining experience found nowhere else in Detroit, where the sophistication and quality of food, tableside service, and ambiance will be unmatched,” says Jeremy Sasson, founder of Heirloom Hospitality, in a press release. “Stepping into Cash Only Supper Club, you’ll feel a nostalgic, yet modern, sense of time, where the atmosphere is intimate, the crowd is posh, and you can actually taste the glamour. We believe there will be no better place to celebrate your special occasions.”

The 1,500-square-foot restaurant and entertainment spot is located in the Peter Smith & Son’s building at 1145 Griswold St. Cash Only Supper Club offers a rotating seven-plus course menu that is $175 per person. Among the items on the opening menu is the second-course Perfect Trio, which is comprised of Lobster Tartelette, Uni Crispy Rice, and A5 Miyazaki Wagyu bites; the third-course tableside Cash Caesar salad; and the fifth-course main attraction options Short Rib on the Bone and Salmon & Sorrel.

The restaurant also has an extensive liquor, wine, and cocktail program. Call Me Cosmo, a drink made with pink peppercorn-infused vodka, pomegranate, and orange cognac, and Flip the Script, which contains barrel-aged reposado tequila, mezcal, and chocolate bitters, are just a couple of the cocktails. There’s also the She’s With Me, a $100 drink made with Cristal Champagne, gin, Aperol, Averna, and gold.

Cash Only Supper Club hosts live entertainment each evening. Guests can see local and regional singers and musicians; Ben Sharkey and his band headlined opening weekend. Diners are asked to refrain from using their phone — video footage and flash photograph is not allowed during performances — and enjoy the entertainment in the moment.

The space features mostly two-top and four-top tables, offering just over 50 seats — including six at the bar. According to a press release, it’s accented with sultry lighting, Art Deco- and Hollywood glam-inspired décor, and a state-of-the-art audio system.

A “fancy cocktail to black-tie” dress code will be enforced at Cash Only Supper Club, and suit jackets are required for gentlemen. The restaurant is now open from 5 p.m. to midnight on Friday and Saturday. Reservations are required and can be made via Prime + Proper’s Resy page.

For more information, visit cashonlydetroit.com.

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