If you find yourself in Novi during a mealtime, you’ll have no issue finding a good location to eat. Whether you’re in need of a breakfast, lunch or dinner destination, Visit Detroit has you covered with 10 (of many) great options of Novi Restaurants:
Novi Restaurants for Breakfast:
Garden Grille & Bar
Located inside the Hilton Garden Inn, the Garden Grille & Bar opens at 6 a.m. Monday-Friday and 7 a.m. Saturday-Sunday. “The Grill” offers cooked-to-order American breakfasts as well as lighter options, all prepared and served in a relaxed and casual setting.
Toasted Oak Grill & Market
Toasted Oak Grill & Market is located on-site atThe Baronette Renaissance Hotel. Known for its imaginative menu that serves American brasserie cuisine with an emphasis on all things local, the restaurant has quite the impressive menu. From Lemon Ricotta Pancakes to Chicken Biscuits, and we definitely can’t forget the Mimosas and Bloody Marys, Toasted Oak’s brunch menu will not disappoint.
Sheraton Detroit Novi Hotel’s restaurant opens at 6:30 a.m. every day of the week. Twenty-One-One-Eleven’s menu includes a variety of healthy breakfast items, as well as made-to-order omelets and other crowd-pleasing specials.
Novi Restaurants for Lunch/Dinner:
Ascension Brewing Company
Open for dinner on weeknights and both lunch and dinner on weekends, Ascension Brewing Company prides itself as having “good beer for real people.” In addition to its locally-brewed craft ales, Ascension’s menu contains quite the variety of choices, including healthy greens and soups, comfort food, sandwiches and street tacos.
Originally founded in St. Petersburg, Florida, Bonefish Grill is truly a unique explorative dining experience and definitely a place where diners can enjoy fresh seafood. Able to accommodate both small and large parties, Bonefish in Novi is open at 11 a.m. Monday-Saturday and 10 a.m. on Sundays.
Lucky Strike Entertainment
If you’re looking for something to do in addition to lunch or dinner, Lucky Strike Entertainment is a great option. Open at 12 p.m. seven days a week, Lucky Strike not only has a fun food and drink menu, but it also houses 12 bowling lanes, four VIP lanes and lounges, over 100 arcade games, 10 pool tables, 38 flat-screen TVs and six big-screen TVs.
Maisano’s Italian Restaurant
Founded over 25 years ago, Maisano’s is the oldest Italian restaurant in the city of Novi. If you’re in the mood for fish, steak or a quality bowl of pasta, stop in, it is open for dinner Tuesday-Sunday.
If you’re looking for more of an upscale dining experience, check out No. VI Chophouse. Its remarkable dinner menu is separated into five categories: appetizers, soups and salads, entrees and sides, steaks and chops and, of course, desserts.
Does traditional Japanese cuisine, creative sushi rolls and/or Western-style dishes prepared to perfection in a 1920s mansion appeal to you? What if I shared that there are rumors that this place is also haunted? If you’re interest has been peaked, you’ll need to check out Shiro Restaurant, which is open daily for both lunch and dinner.
Open for lunch and dinner, Sizzle It, an Asian Bistro, offers a variety of Asian classics including Gyozo, Ramen, Sesame Chicken and more. Sizzle It’s menu is also known for its bubble tea and rolled ice cream.
Toasted Oak Grill & Market
In addition to brunch, The Baronette Renaissance Hotel’s restaurant also offers a delicious dinner menu. Whether you’re in the mood for just drinks and appetizers, such as a hard cider from Elk Rapids and the Market Charcuterie and Cheese Boards, or interested in a full meal, like Grilled Duck or Maltagliati, Toasted Oak is a must.
Freelance writer Danielle Alexander has lived near Novi her entire life and has at least tried the majority of the restaurants in the city.
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