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Prime rib, London broil, New York strips and more.

Hard Rock Café Detroit provides classic American cuisine while spreading the spirit of rock 'n' roll.

The Harem Nightclub offers the finest in dancing and entertainment with a spacious hardwood floor, cozy private cabanas for mingling, a top quality sound system and friendly service. The SKY Mambo Project Presents Mambo Night @ The Harem with free dance lessons, the best in salsa all night long and a warm social atmosphpere. The Harem also hosts weekend Hip Hop parties and is available for private parties.
Adorned with beer banners, farm implements and 10 TV monitors tuned to sports stations, the capacious, century-old former brothel is 30-yards long, with perhaps the longest bar in Detroit. Most patrons are satisfied with burgers, chili, sandwiches and drafts from Bud to boutique. But satisfying as these mundane offerings may be, there are also more than a dozen oversized appetizers, many Southwestern oriented, hefty a la carte salads, a singular, exceedingly thick, white-bean soup, and oversized entrees.
Kevin and Derian Hatcher have taken all 8400 square feet of what used to be Zambonee's and completely gutted and remodeled it. The first floor had food and drinks with a hockey atmosphere, The second floor has live rock & roll, a lounge, and billiards, and the third floor is V.I.P. only.
Michigan's favorite wet spot for live rock and roll. Visit Bill's Bistro for grilled sandwiches and appetizers ... play air hockey, foosball, billiards, darts or watch sports.
Heat has a spacious dance floor, a basement martini lounge open Friday & Saturday, couches upstairs, downstairs away from the club scene, and dark atmosphere with red lighting and flames.
Beautiful alpine atmosphere, casual to classy. Family dining. Closed Monday.
Exceptional regional cuisine prepared with the freshest locally obtained products available. The Grill presents handcrafted dishes created on a foundation of organic and sustainably farmed local produce. The menu features all-natural ranched meats and responsibly harvested seafood; all paired with a magnificent wine collection inclusive of bio-dynamically conceived varietals. Simply put, it's food the way nature intended.
Many of the Hill's signature dishes cater to a Reagan-era notion of good eating: surf and turf, lots of blue cheese and bacon in the house salad. Seafood is a strong point: The grilled swordfish is tall and terrific and the calamari appetizer is out of the ordinary. Desserts are quintessentially American: The molten lava cake has a lucious liquid chocolate center. The steaks are the usual cuts: filet mignon, New York strip, porterhouse and ribeye and all are certified Angus beef, char-grilled and prepared to spec, and finished with a burgundy demi glace. The strip is available au poivre. Meat lovers will also find lamb chop finished with rosemary balsamic natural sauce and french pomery mustard, and barbecued pork osso bucco.
Hobnobs is a Family-owned and operated, full service casual dining restaurant with banquet facilities. Hobnobs uses only the freshest and finest ingredients to provide quality entrées at an affordable price.
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