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Chesley's Bar and Grille has been called the "Cheers of Downriver" 'cause everybody really does know your name. A fun, casual atmosphere makes Chesley's a good place to relax with family and friends. Try the award-winning Ground Round with fresh, never frozen beef. Chesley's has been voted Detroit’s best burger in the Detroit News' "Michigan’s Best" contest for four years running.
Cajun and American favorites served in a bright New Orleans inspired decor. Carryout and catering are available.
Fishbone's Rhythm Kitchen Café is one of Metro Detroit's favorite Cajun/Creole restaurants. From the mouth-watering appetizers and authentic New Orleans house specialties to the friendly service and French Quarter atmosphere, Fishbone's is truly first-class. For a truly unique experience, try Fishbone's Sunday brunch, featuring an extensive buffet of mouth-watering sensations and live jazz!

"One of Metro Detroit's favorite Cajun/Creole Restaurants. From the mouth-watering appetizers and authentic New Orleans house specialties, to the friendly service and French Quarter atmosphere, Fishbone's is truly first-class."

One of Metro Detroit's favorite Cajun/Creole Restaurants. From the mouth-watering appetizers and authentic New Orleans house specialties, to the friendly service and French Quarter atmosphere, Fishbone's is truly first-class.

American with a Cajun accent; try the alligator bites. Dinners plus tons more.
With New Orleans-flavored prints on the wall and a plea to “let the good times roll” in Cajun French above the bar, the atmosphere is laid-back, with dark wood panels, tables and a long, graceful bar, the slender space is cozy under low-hung ceiling fans. All but the most fainthearted of eaters should try the crawfish boil. If you’re not so bold, order the crunchy and mild deep-fried popcorn crawdad tails or the more refined crawfish cakes. Out of the 10 “po’ boy” sandwiches served on a French loaf with fresh Southern slaw, the one packed with sweet and tender pan-fried Andouille sausage-encrusted oysters is always a pleaser. The dark roux-based crawfish étouffée is a good choice off the entrée menu, though there have been times it hasn’t had the deep, roasted-nut essence you expect from that preparation. Though small, the drink lists are carefully considered. There are no bottles of wine costing more than $30 and the selection is surprisingly diverse.
Unwind and indulge in live jazz and Cajun cuisine at Jazz Katz.
Great food with a Cajun twist; ten beers on tap! Live music Friday and Saturday.
Low Tide II is an authentic Cajun and Creole café that specializes in Louisiana-style jambalaya, seafood gumbo, Po’ Boys and Cajun-fried turkey.
Seafood, Cajun style. Shrimp and crawfish etouffee, catfish, crab cakes. Deep-fried Cajun alligator. House salad with gorgonzola and sun-dried cherries. Raw bar.
A warm and casually elegant restaurant with a sensational view of the Detroit skyline. The diverse, reasonably priced menu featues all types of cuisine, many with a unique Cajun flair. Live music is featured Thursday, Friday and Saturday with a weekly blues show begining at 8 p.m. every Sunday. Ask us about our daily specials; private and corporate parties welcomed. We promise you fantastic food; superlative service; an unbelievable selection of beer, wine and spirits from around the world; sensational music and a limitless supply of fun!
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