The Library Sports Pub and Grill is a great place to come watch the game and relax with friends. The menu has sports bar fare, with burgers, pizza, wings, salads, sandwiches and more. The Library features an incredible 40 TV screens, so your game is sure to be on. What's more, The Library also offers various drink and food specials every day, in addition to their weeknight happy hour specials.
The Picasso Cafe serves up fresh, light fare along with special coffee and espresso drinks. The real specialties here are the sandwiches, both classic combinations and those unique to them. In addition to regular sandwiches they also offer wraps and hot wraps, salads, soups and bagels. Don't forget to grab a cappuccino or a pastry for the road!
The Border Cantina is a Mexican and American restaurant in Novi serving up all your favorite Tex-Mex dishes. Border Cantina offers everything from burritos and tacos to fajitas, quesadillas and house specialties. In addition to the extensive menu, Border Cantina also offers happy hour specials Monday through Friday.
Ajishin is a popular Japanese restaurant and sushi bar located in Novi. This small restaurant uses quality ingredients to make delicious sushi. Combine this with the attentive service and the comfortable atmosphere, and you have a winner with Ajishin. The lunch specials are especially popular.
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Greektown's revival was symbolized by the opening of this lively Cajun food-and-jazz emporium. On the same premises as the Atheneum Suites Hotel, Fishbone's is wildly popular, and celebrities such as Aretha Franklin often drop by. The authentic food includes Cajun catfish, snapper, crawfish, alligator and caviar shipped directly from Louisiana. Live New Orleans-style jazz is a nightly feature and the popular Sunday brunch also includes live jazz. Loud, happy and soulful, Fishbone's features dirty rice, jambalaya, whiskey chicken and ribs, and a brassy, sassy atmosphere. Spin-off Fishbone's have opened in Southfield (at 29244 Northwestern Highway) and St. Clair Shores (23722 Jefferson).
Nestled in Detroit's Greektown, the Laikon offers good Greek food in a lively and comfortable environment. A variety of lamb dishes, fried squid, avgolemono soup, flaming cheese and, of course, Greek salad are among the favorite dishes. It is a favorite with local patrons, which is saying a lot, considering all the competition in the neighborhood. The bar, nestled beneath the stairway leading up to the balcony, has an intimate and friendly feel that many patrons swear by.
Pizza Papalis is definitely a Detroit favorite and needs no introduction. If you love pizza you love Pizza Papalis, there's no two ways about it. The pizza here is so good that you have to be prepared for a wait to get your order, but rest assured the end result is totally worth the wait. The deep dish pizza is massive - three slices will satisfy even the biggest of the big eaters. Besides their famed deep dish pizzas, try the salads, the pasta or the garlic bread. With the amount of cheese, meat and spices generously spread on your pizza it's best to go with a huge group and yes, forget about your diet too.
Small Plates is the ideal restaurant to visit with a group of friends where you can order a number of small plate dishes and share the culinary delights together. The cuisine is a creative take an American and International fare, such as sweet potato fries with thyme honey or BBQ Pork Sliders. Pair your meal with one of their delicious craft cocktails or a glass from their impressive wine list. Don't mess out on their amazing Sunday brunch.
Red Smoke Barbecue is a bit of an oasis in Greektown, providing a respite from the typical Mediterranean offerings. Check out dishes like Carolina or St. Louis-style ribs, smoked chicken, brisket and pulled pork, or try them all! Rounding out the menu are items like cornbread, fried pickles, sandwiches, coleslaw, mac and cheese and many more. Don't miss out on the creative daily specials which almost always add a contemporary twist to Red Smoke's traditional BBQ.
One of the most recognizable restaurants in Greektown, Pegasus is also the most adventurous. Besides the Greektown staples like eggplant, spinach pies and flaming cheeses, Pegasus has some American items and some offbeat Greek dishes, including squid, red caviar and tyropitaki (feta cheese wrapped in filo bread). Meals are cooked in an open kitchen in the front of the dining room, which is festooned with fake grape arbors and plenty of Greek icons. This is not your father's Greektown.
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