Restaurants That Are Now Open For Dine-In In Michigan
Post-coronavirus, restaurants are slowly reopening in various stages — which started with takeout and delivery and has evolved into partial capacity for dine-in— in order to ensure a safe experience until the days of everyone operating at full capacity. We are just as excited as you to get out of our own messy kitchens and back into a restaurant enjoying food and drink crafted by someone else along with new and old friends. Here is a comprehensive list of restaurants that you can enjoy dine-in eating now in Detroit, Michigan.
Restaurants now open in Detroit:
The Royce Detroit is a wine shop & bar located in Downtown Detroit. Featuring a vast selection of 350+ wines, open a bottle or try one of our wines by the glass and pair it with some cheese, charcuterie, and tinned seafood.
Nestled between the historic Brush Park and Midtown neighborhoods, Grey Ghost Detroit was born of dedicated craftsmen, committed to the art of butchery, refinement of crafting cocktails, and unparalleled hospitality. The name is a nod to the alias of the most notorious rum-running pirate on the Detroit River during the Prohibition era. Although never identified, the legend of the Grey Ghost lives on at 47 East Watson. We can’t wait to meet you.
True to Detroit’s industrious past and spirited present, Townhouse offers the most extraordinary event space for corporate functions, private events, and parties. Townhouse is the perfect venue for Detroit celebrations big and large. Conveniently located in the heart of Detroit, this masterpiece showcases a magnificent atrium and bar, outdoor terrace, whiskey bar, and whiskey society lounge.
The food of a five-star food truck. The atmosphere of a beer garden. The walls of a shipping container. Detroit Shipping Co. is a restaurant collective and beer garden featuring five unique food-truck style eateries, two full-service bars, a coffee and ice cream shop, a small stage, galleries for local artists and retailers, and two private lounges. All constructed from refashioned shipping containers. And all located within a few miles of everything you already love about Detroit.
In 1989 when Andiamo opened its first Italian restaurant, the goal was simple – deliver fine Italian cuisine by using the freshest seasonal ingredients and prepare them from scratch each and every day. This goal set by the late Master Chef Aldo Ottaviani was achieved and as a result, Andiamo exceeded all expectations, expanding to eight metro Detroit locations. Andiamo has never strayed from its founding principles and continues to provide exceptional service and authentic Italian cuisine prepared by hand every day.
Casual Fine Dining. Where the atmosphere is casual, but the food is so fine. Discover our three-part menu concept, featuring items that are familiar, well-traveled, or trending. Our food is prepared using only the freshest, high-quality ingredients and our recipes are made from scratch daily.
Frame is a revolving creative hub, home to carefully curated programs of chef residencies and all-round awesome experiences.
Joebar is a neighborhood pub offering Dark Matter Coffee, nitro brew on tap & easy to go food for our morning hours. An all-day menu starts at 11 am for lunch, then an afternoon happy hour, casual pub-style dinner menu, house-baked pies & late-night snacks.
Welcome to Granite City Brewery, the home of fresh-brewed craft beer. Since 1999, we’ve believed in one guiding principle: Fresh Beer Tastes Better.
The marriage of impeccable service and cuisine that is second to none, Joe Muer Seafood has set the bar for all other Metro Detroit seafood restaurants.
Contemporary space with sidewalk patio serves old-world Southern Italian cuisine with a homey vibe.
The spot where everyone always ends up. The restaurant where you had that amazing meal. The venue where you saw that unbelievable band. What if they were all…the same place? At The Morrie, there’s something for everyone.Author: Rachel Mazzola