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Named after Archimedes, the ancient Greek mathematician, the Hyatt's lobby bar is decorated with images of Archimedes' most famous invention, the water screw. The design is even etched on the 30-foot-long art glass mural surrounding the bar and grand piano. Tables and sofas offer a slightly retro yet contemporary environment. The new 32-page bar menu lists many refreshing, creative drinks, some with mathematically themed names, as well as a variety of food items, including chips and salsa, chicken fingers, salads, sandwiches and rib eye steak. There are also two televisions for sports enthusiasts.

Create-your-own stir-fry. Choices include a variety of meats, poultry, and seafood; many different vegetables, oils, and sauces; and lots of spices. Watch as the chefs prepare your order.
Baileys and Fox in the Hound are relaxed pub enviroments. More than 20 TVs, 40 beers on draft, eight pool tables and gorgeous servers. Home of $2 Tuesdays where all draft beers are just $2.
Table-top cooking with a full Japanese sushi bar. Let Benihana's chefs entertain you while you eat. Enjoy steak, chicken and shrimp prepared right in front of you in a wonderful Asian atmosphere, perfect for lunch or dinner. Taste one of our specialties, such as the Benihana Delight served with chicken and shrimp, Japanese onion soup, Benihana salad, shrimp appetizer, hibachi vegetables, steamed rice, Japanese hot green tea and ice cream. Take-out sushi is available.
Part of a rapidly changing strip of Michigan Avenue on the west side of Dearborn, this family-style corner bar has a great beer selection for those brew mavens who investigate beyond what's on tap, including a good selection of bottles from Michigan. Expect beer specials and a chance to shoot some pool.
"The Big Fish concept is Chuck Muer Restaurant's answer to filling a market void for high quality, moderately priced, casual seafood restaurants. The restaurant was given the name Big Fish because that is how each and every guest is meant to feel when dining at the restaurant -- like a 'Big Fish'. Big Fish offers two open dining rooms, an outdoor patio and what may be the largest steamer/cocktail bar in town. On Wednesday nights throughout the summer, guests enjoy the very successful 'Pati Jazz' on the outdoor patio featuring local talents. Throughout the year, there is live entertainment in the lounge." – from the Big Fish Web site.
Mediterranean-inspired menu including: main course salads, gourmet pizzas, pastas, gourmet signature sandwiches and Bistro Favorites.
Voted #1 pizza by Metro Times readers since 1985. Casual, fun gathering place. Square, deep-dish pizza, a variety of fresh salads, homemade pastas, burgers, sandwiches, made-from-scratch soups, appetizers, full bar and desserts. Perfect place for a party. Dine-in party packages and take-out party trays.
This is one of Metro-Detroit's oldest gathering spots. Originally opened just after the Great Depression, this Dearborn tavern has been fully renovated for the new millennium. Hardwood floors and rich mahogany appointments set the tone for this spacious bar. With new pool tables, shuffle board, darts and more there is always a challenge to be met. A premium sound system plays energized "dance" music from the 60's thru today at a volume you can talk over. The coldest direct draft beer system available offers imports and premiums along with 14 bottled choices. Catch the game on one of our three T.V.s or just hang out.
Fans would probably rank this a three-and-a-half star experience, but there's no reason for hockey agnostics like myself to visit Cheli’s. It’s a barnlike, underheated space with 14 TVs in one room (and one in each restroom) and a familiar menu whose execution ranges from poor to average. For red-and-white-jerseyed boosters, though, it's a place to exult in pure hockey-ness. The place assumes women aren’t die-hard fans; the TV in the women’s bathroom plays non-hockey fare.
Live Music Every Friday Night; Open mic Sundays; Ddllar bottled beers every Monday.
Swank Hollywood-style atmosphere. Wide selection of top shelf liquors and microbrews. Groovy music.
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.
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.
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