This oddly named, vaguely Swiss-looking structure just south of 14 Mile Road holds a full-service restaurant with pretensions of culinary respectability, as well as a boisterous, smoky watering hole with sports featured round-the-clock on multiple screens. The spot offers interesting fare that transcends pub grub, with generously proportioned appetizers that average around $8, surprisingly close in price to the equally generously proportioned entrées. The menu toys with diners' expectations, including not just such predictable fare as “Grandmama’s World Famous Mac & Cheese” but also chicken marsala, a breaded pork cutlet with buttered cabbage, and rigatoni Bolognese for vegetarians. Foam-lovers will find nine beers on tap, including Guinness and Sam Adams, and the more than 25 bottled varieties, in addition to Celis white and five “premium” wines, such as Hess chardonnay, each priced at a modest $24 for a bottle.



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