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Wednesday, November 21, 2018

The Charlevoix starts serving po' boys and fusion tacos in Grosse Pointe Park

Posted By on Wed, Nov 21, 2018 at 9:31 AM

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Grosse Pointe Park has a new addition in the Charlevoix, a fusion, finger-food restaurant and craft cocktail bar just around the corner from Atwater in the Park.

The menu references a range of the world's cuisines, with dishes like brisket-kimchi tacos; house duck pastrami with pickled onion and marinated mustard seed on rye; a carrot tostada with labneh, pecorino Romano, za'atar, and lemon zest; po' boys; and four types of wings, like salt and vinegar.

Behind the bar are a range of craft and major label beers, wines, and cocktails like the Root Down with cucumber and dill-infused gin, ancho verde, beet and carrot shrub, and lime.

The Charlevoix is at 14927 Charlevoix St. in Grosse Pointe Park.

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