Igloo Dining in Metro Detroit

December 15, 2022 | Story by Max White

Lumen Detroit

Lumen’s igloos are private chalets – similar to large glass tents – which can hold up to 10 people.

Each person in the group Is required to spend $35 on food and drinks, minimum, and the reservations are limited for two hours.

When booking, the $35 per person food and beverage minimum is due at the time, which will then be deducted from the bill the night of the reservation.

You can book them on the Lumen website.


Blake’s Farm in Armada and Almont

Blake’s offers two different options for igloo dining – one at the tasting room in Armada and another at the Backyard Taproom in Almont.

Each location has a $100 minimum spend Monday through Thursday and a $250 minimum spend on weekends, and advanced reservations are required for the two-hour reservation.

Booking is available on the Blake’s website.

Bobcat Bonnie’s

Bobcat Bonnie’s will have igloo dining return to several of their locations, including in Ferndale, Partridge Creek, Ypsilanti and even on the west side of the state in Grand Rapids.

Reservations are available on the location’s website, and have a $20 non-refundable charge. You’ll have the igloo for an hour and a half, and there’s a maximum of six people with a 20% gratuity added to the bill.

More information and reservations on the Bobcat Bonnie’s website.

Moose Preserve in Bloomfield Hills

There are two heated igloos available to rent at Moose Preserve, and they can hold up to 10 people inside each igloo.

Husky Hideaway and Northern Lights require a $250 minimum food and beverage spend, plus a $20 non-refundable deposit that can be applied to your bill when the reservation is made.

More information and booking is available on the website.

Camp Ticonderoga in Troy

Camp Ticonderoga will make you feel like you’re in the woods with the two heated igloos that can hold up to 10 guests.

The igloos – Grey Wolf and Monkey Business – require a $250 minimum food and beverage spend, plus 20% gratuity. The regular menu is available as are specials.

Reservations are available on the Camp Ticonderoga website.

Deadwood Bar & Grille in Northville

The igloos are also returning to Deadwood Bar & Grille to go along with their regular menu and daily specials. It’s a sister restaurant to both Moose Preserve and Camp Ticonderoga.

Reservations are available for their three heated igloos for parties up to 10 people.

There is a $250 minimum spend for food and beverages for diners, and a $10 non-refundable booking fee.

You can make a reservation at the Deadwood website.

Detroit Fleat in Ferndale

The patio at Detroit Fleat transforms into a winter wonderland with the igloos lighting up the night sky.

They are fully decorated and have space heaters, and with the menu you can get s’more kits, a hot cocoa bar and more.

The igloo can be reserved for up to eight people for two hours, and it’s a $20 booking fee but no minimum spend.

Reservations are available on the Detroit Fleat website.

Detroit Fleat, @pamspalate

Watermark Bar and Grille in St. Clair Shores

The bar located along the Lake St. Clair shore will have great looks at the water while sitting in your own private igloo.

The private igloos are for up to six guests, and it’s a $30 reservation fee to get an igloo. There is also a $35 minimum spend per person in the igloo, but there isn’t a minimum spend for children.

Reservations are available online at the Watermark website.

Ale Mary’s Beer Hall in Royal Oak

Ale Mary’s and other restaurants next to it will once again have igloo dining along Main St. in Downtown Royal Oak.

Ale Mary’s Beer Hall, @detroiteatsndrinks

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