Dinner near The Fisher in DTW
We're heading to the Fisher on Saturday night, but going to the Motown Museum first. I'm looking for somewhere for dinner and don't want to stray too far. Has anyone been to Maccabee's? They offer a discount plus they'll pick you up and take you back to the Fisher. My friends are from out of the area so I'd like more than a bar, but not somewhere that could take so long we'll miss the show.
Any suggestions or comments on Maccabee's?
I don't know about Maccabee's, but I'd highly recommend Rodin in the Midtown area. It's just a couple minute drive and the food is fantastic.
There are a couple restaurants that have shuttles to the Fisher, like Roma Cafe. I'm sure if you googled you could find more shuttles.
Too late for you, Grouper, but I'm posting this for future reference.
We had tickets for the Fisher last night and decided to try out The Grille Midtown. Happy to report we had a wonderful meal.
I got the Peppadew Peppers as an appetizer. OMG, they were great! Sweet and spicy peppers stuffed with ground veal. They were worth going back for. I got the Salmon Nicoise salad for my main course. The proportion was more than generous and it was as good as I've had anywhere.
My friend had a shrimp appetizer, which she enjoyed. She got the Butternut squash salad for her entree which was fantastic.
They didn't serve bread until we requested it, but when we did, our server came out a few minutes later with a basket of hot rolls.
Service was very good. Atmosphere was okay. And this is being super picky, but I'm over auto themed restaurants in Detroit or anywhere. Overall it was a sleek clean feel. Wood floors, open floor plan, big windows.
The only negative was parking. There was street parking right out front, but the snow banks from the recent storm were so high and wide, our car would have been in the travel lane, so we opted for a nearby parking garage. You could exit through the garage on Woodward, but to get back in, you had to walk back around the corner. Not so fun since it was so cold and dark.
With valet parking and a little tweak in the decor, it'd be perfect pre-theatre meal.