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Games, drinks, music and food. The GameWorks Grill offers a casual, relaxing atmosphere featuring a variety of entr&eactue;es and specialty items, including pastas, salads, gourmet burgers and pizzas. Also features two full-service bars with a wide variety of beer, wine and mixed drinks. Three private banquet rooms are available for parties!
"The Gandy Dancer offers a historic 1886 railroad depot setting. Specializing in fresh fish and shellfish, as well as housemade pastas and desserts."

The Gandy Dancer has an autumn harvest menu that plows right through December with crispy duck, hibachi salmon, autumn tuna steak and more. Special menus come out on Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve. Brunch is also served. Make a reservation or just go on a whim -- a portion of the room is always open to walk-ins.
"America's oldest active bowling center and Detroit's original home of Rock'n'Bowl – the traditional fun of bowling made even better, with live DJs spinning party music while you bowl on glowing blue lanes with the lights down low. The Garden Bowl has sixteen lanes, a cheap eats grill menu, a very groovy lounge area and a fully stocked bar. Call for information on how to book private parties!" – from the Majestic/Garden Bowl Web site.
American with a Cajun accent; try the alligator bites. Dinners plus tons more.
The rooms gleam with Brazilian cherry wood and the brilliant white gaucho shirts of the staff at this authentic Rodizio restaurant owned and operated by Brazilians. Eliane Carvalho Coelho Turner and her partner, Neto Fernandez, have brought a real touch of Rio to the free-standing building. It is a fixed price system where an array of 15 different cuts of fire-roasted meats, from filet mignon to lamb chops, are brought to the tables on long skewers, one after the other, until diners call a halt. A salad bar offers 40-plus well-prepared relishes, salads, pastas, soups, risottos, cheeses, and side dishes of black beans and rice.
Casual Dining 7 days a week Pool tables , Dart Borads , Video Games,Foos Ball and a TV in every possible view. Excellent food and Ice cold drinks. Dj music Tue thru Saturday Door Prizes on Friday and Saturday night. Some of the Hottest looking women and guys in the area. State of the Art lighting and Sound system.
Designed by leading Detroit architect George D. Mason in 1927, the 450-seat Gem Theatre boasts a lavish, intricately painted ceiling, ornate proscenium panels, rich carpet, and 1920s lighting. The theatre was built by the Twentieth Century Club, a group of cultural and civic-minded women of social prominence, to adjoin the Century Club building, a Mission-style meeting facility constructed in 1903. Prior to the Depression, the “Little Theatre” served as Detroit’s first foreign film house, and survived several name changes before closing as an adult movie house, the “Gem,” in 1978. Detroit developer Charles Forbes purchased the building in the 1980s, and by 1991, had returned the Gem Theatre to its Spanish Revival-style brilliance. In 1997, the Gem Theatre was faced with extinction in view of the City of Detroit’s plan to construct new stadiums for the Detroit Tigers and Detroit Lions. Upon reaching an agreement with the city, the Forbes family began preparations to relocate the Gem/Century building and preserve this historic structure for a second time. On November 10, 1997, the Gem Theatre and Century Club facility finished its five-block journey, breaking the Guinness Book world record as the heaviest building ever moved on wheels. The Century Club, restored in 1999, now houses a 200-seat cabaret-style theatre, as well as a fine-dining restaurant and banquet facility. Don’t miss the world-class musical and comedic productions in this intimate, elegant venue.
Lunch is deli-style with homemade soups and sandwiches. Dinner is seven courses, family style, by reservation only. Complete with interactive dinner theater.
Live entertainment, great food, spirits, games, horseshoes, several TV's to catch the big game on, daily food and drink specials, and friendly service all under one roof. The Getaway is the perfect spot to grab a bite or a drink and Getaway from the daily grind.
Ginopolis' has one goal: to serve fine food and spirits in a friendly atmosphere. Try the Montgomery Inn Ribs and the Greek Style Lamb Chops.
Hand-painted murals of the Italian countryside grace our dining room, where you will enjoy northern Italian cuisine at its best. Our famous food-laden marketstand buffet can be a meal in itself. Request Table 57 in the corner for intimate dining.
Gizzmos is a place to unwind and share good times and conversation. The building itself is a part of the rich history of downtown Wyandotte. It has been a bar for over 70 years! We have preserved the original backbar and designed the rest of the establishment around the '30s art deco era. We specialize in martinis and ultra-premium liquors. We also carry many different styles and brands of cigars. Gizzmos is proud to have some of the top local blues and jazz musicians entertaining our guests. Very soon we will be implimenting an exciting tapas menu! Join us every Sunday for our one-of-a-kind 'Build your own Bloody Mary Bar'. See you soon!
[Ed. note: The Gold Dollar closed its doors in 2001. The metrotimes.com staff leaves this page as a tribute to the club and the dynamic and original Detroit art scene which it helped to foster.]
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