Whether you’re attending or planning a meeting in Detroit, you’re probably wondering about Detroit dining options. Ideally, you’ll find venues that provide a flavor of the destination – with space and service for groups when needed. Luckily, Detroit has several choices. Here are some of the top dining spots for meeting attendees in Detroit.
Fishbone’s Greektown offers a full breakfast menu starting at 6:30 a.m. seven days a week. The spacious multi-level seating is ideal for groups. Come back for lunch or dinner with a Creole flare.
Fuel Up Between Sessions
At Brome Modern Eatery, a short walk from TCF Center, try the organic and non-GMO burgers, hand-cut fries, made-to-order salads or the Balence juice bar for super food smoothies, juices or mock-tails.
Take a scenic walk through Campus Martius and Cadillac Square to get to Checker Bar, best known for its classic burgers. Grand Trunk Pub on Woodward Avenue is a Michigan historic landmark that sources local ingredients in its pub fare and weekend brunch.
The focus is on beer at the popular HopCat Detroit, with 130 tap brews and a full bar. The scratch kitchen in Midtown serves up tasty food to match. HopCat’s Crack fries—beer battered and sprinkled with a signature cracked black pepper seasoning—were voted Top 10 French fries in America by Food Network magazine. Weekend brunch available. Meeting planners, take note of the private second floor venue and outdoor patio for private parties of up to 400.
After a long day of business, treat yourself to a relaxing meal at one of the city’s finest restaurants. Make a reservation at Andiamo Detroit Riverfront in the GM Renaissance Center for pastas, steaks and chops served with spectacular riverfront views. Private dining space can accommodate up to 80. Joe Muer Seafood, also in the RenCen, is synonymous with fresh, upscale seafood dishes and offers four meeting rooms, the largest serving up to 130.
Detroit’s iconic Caucus Club reopened in 2017 after a complete renovation and restoration, and is a block away from TCF Center. Live music Friday and Saturday. Sunday brunch available.
The London Chop House was recognized as one of the country’s best restaurants in days gone by. It reopened in 2012, ushering in a “new era” of upscale hospitality at the same location. The award-winning Rattlesnake Club has been a staple in Detroit’s culinary community for 30 years. With five private dining rooms and two six-story atriums for up to 2,000 guests, the Rattlesnake never fails to make a positive impression.
Grab a beer with your group at the end of the day at Eastern Market Brewing Co.
Family-owned Vicente’s Cuban Cuisine is a high energy dinner club experience with live Latin jazz music Wednesdays and Thursdays and salsa dancing Fridays and Saturdays. Banquet or reception capacity for 120.
And don’t leave Detroit without taking in a set at Cliff Bell’s, a one-of-a-kind jazz club and dining experience. The venue can seat up to 150 guests for dinner or 300 for strolling receptions.