The headquarters of Belgian culture in Detroit, the Cadieux Café has one of the first feather bowling alleys in the United States. The bowling alleys are concave and players roll huge wooden wheels and try to land closest to a feather. Tucked away in a residential neighborhood on the East Side, the Cadieux Cafe is also famous for its fabulous mussels, which are served in six different ways. The rest of the menu is typical pub grub and Belgian dishes, and the Old World décor and cheery atmosphere, including a small reproduction of "Mannequin Pis," a famous Brussels fountain of a urinating young boy, provide a good taste of Belgian bonhomie. It is recommended to book bowling lanes in advance, but it's almost as much fun to watch the old-timers bowl on Tuesday and Thursday evenings as to play yourself.
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4300 Cadieux Road, Detroit, MI
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