Thursday, February 4, 2016

Two Michigan restaurants named 'Most Romantic in America'

Posted By on Thu, Feb 4, 2016 at 2:55 PM

click to enlarge Iridescence in MotorCity Casino - PHOTO COURTESY OF YELP USER MICHELLE N.
  • Photo courtesy of Yelp user Michelle N.
  • Iridescence in MotorCity Casino

Just in time for Valentine's Day, the popular reservation website OpenTable has compiled a list of the "100 Most Romantic Restaurants in America." Two in Michigan, including one in Detroit, made the list, which is based on 20,000+ reviews from frequent restaurant-goers who want an outlet to gloat about their dining-expertise. Is it credible? Meh. But still, a list is a list, and we love lists. 

Detroit's most romantic restaurant is found in a casino, of course. Iridescence, located inside MotorCity Casino Hotel boasts 4-Diamond dining and five-star views. With an award-winning wine list and a contemporary American menu, the restaurant is sure to impress couples with its views of the city and nothing says love like gambling the night away. 

Casino-side dining isn't your idea of romance? Take a trip to Lansing, more specifically, Eaton Rapids, for a lovey-dovey bed and breakfast at The English Inn, the other restaurant to make the list. You and your significant other can dine on American, British and French dishes and follow your meal with a stroll through the gardens or a game of croquet. 
And just in case you're itching to get the hell out of Dodge for this love-fueled holiday, check out the full 'Romantic Restaurant' list for dining destinations around the country that are sure to set the mood. 

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