Where to Eat In Detroit - Grey Ghost Detroit

Where to Eat In Detroit - Grey Ghost

Grey Ghost Detroit is one of the most celebrated restaurants in the city. Located just a short walk away from Ford Field, Little Caesars Arena and Comerica Park, the homes of the Detroit Lions, Detroit Red Wings, Detroit Pistons and Detroit Tigers respectively, Grey Ghost is in a perfect location downtown. This contemporary, fun spot can be found between the historic Brush Park and Midtown neighborhoods. Grey Ghost Detroit was created and it is run by a group of dedicated staff who remain committed to the art of butchery, the refinement of crafting cocktails and to providing unmatched hospitality.

Where to Eat In Detroit - Grey Ghost Detroit

Grey Ghost Detroit is named after the most notorious rum running pirate on the Detroit River during the Prohibition and although the person behind the persona of “Grey Ghost” was never discovered, their legend lives on here. It’s tough to exactly put a label on the Grey Ghost Detroit because they do so much, so well. Their elegant dining room is home to a long bar made of reclaimed wood, offering an amazing selection of craft beer, wine and an impressive list of classic, specialty and draft mixed drinks. Although they may be cocktail-centric, Grey Ghost is an amazing food spot as well, offering steak, vegetable and seafood dishes alongside other lamb, chicken and beef entrée options. Grey Ghost is very serious about their meat, in fact their dinner menu is broken down into four sections - cured, raw, not meat (salads and seafood), and meat. We thoroughly enjoyed their Dry Aged New York Strip that is served with mushroom-cognac butter and king crab and their Filet of Fluke which is blue crab served with a bearnaise and seasoned in Old Bay. 

Where to Eat In Detroit - Grey Ghost Detroit
Where to Eat In Detroit - Grey Ghost Detroit
Where to Eat In Detroit - Grey Ghost Detroit

More than just dinner, Grey Ghost Detroit is an amazing place to grab a great brunch as well! Their menu is small but perfectly composed. Their Creole Benny and their Corned Beef Quiche are some of the highlights of the menu. All of their offerings are really brought home by their extensive brunch cocktail list that includes a number of classics as well as their own inventions. We really enjoyed the Bad Hombre that is made with tequila, honeydew melon, cucumber, grapefruit and lime. Be sure to stop by the Grey Ghost Detroit for yourself to try their delicious cocktails and food!

When considering where to eat in Detroit try Grey Ghost Detroit! Always a popular destination for sports fans traveling to Detroit for a Detroit Red Wings or Detroit Pistons game at Little Caesars Arena!

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