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Detroit residents know that Joe Muer is a name synonymous with the highest quality, freshest seafood. The original Joe Muer closed in 1998, but its rebirth brings its offerings back to Downtown Detroit. Located in Detroit's iconic Renaissance Center, the menu features a delicious mix of nostalgic dishes and contemporary ones. Joe Muer Seafood also serves a nice little selection of sushi rolls.
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 Café is also famous for its fabulous mussels, which are served in more than six different ways. The rest of the menu is typical pub grub and Belgian dishes, and the Old World decor and cheery atmosphere 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 as to play yourself.
Simple and done right, step back in time at Scotty Simpson's Fish & Chips. The restaurant looks just as it did when it opened in 1950, and the same goes for the menu. The menu is fairly straightforward, fried fish, shrimp or chicken with chips, or be a bit more adventurous and try the frogs legs. Kids will love the fried menu and the fish decorating the walls. If you're in the mood for salty, greasy, fried goodness, you've found what you're looking for.
A good place for lunch or dinner if you are lucky enough to find a seat, Streetside Seafood is a small, moderately priced restaurant with excellent food. Begin your meal with one of the many appetizers such as crab and avocado, or the soup of the day. The seafood entrées come from all over the world and are cooked in a variety of styles but always with a simple elegance that seeks to please without being overwhelming. Exposed brick and a bar that features gleaming copper highlight the décor.
If you are craving for some seafood while in Troy, then head to this award winning restaurant on Coolidge Highway. This upscale restaurant has been lauded all over for serving the seafood delicacies, that are prepared from locally sourced and naturally harvested fishes. Some of the highlights of the menu are the delicacies like Chilean Sea Bass which is dipped in Champagne Truffle Sauce, Blackened Swordfish and the Shellfish Cobb Salad. Not a seafood enthusiast? Then do not fret, as the restaurant also serves steaks like the succulent Petite Filet Mignon, Rib Eye Steaks and Bone-In Filet. Paired with a selection for wines such as Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc, you are in for a great time at this classy restaurant. Call ahead for reservations.