40455 Ann Arbor Rd.
Plymouth, MI 48170
Phone: (734) 455-8100
Fax: (734) 455-5711
Bars & Cafes
A visit to Fiamma Grille makes it a worthy trip to the scenic town of Plymouth. Located in the heart of the city, this independent restaurant specializes in nouveau American cuisine and presents an idyllic venue for celebrating special occasions, romantic dinners, casual family affairs and evening cocktails. The food stands out for its exceptional quality and authentic flavors; highlights on the menu being the Piedmontese Filet Mignon, Ricotta Gnocchi & Piedmontese Medallions, Ahi Tuna and Housemade Butternut Squash Ravioli. Vintage cocktails and boutique wines complement the offerings, and round off the dining experience with a flourish. Reservations are recommended.
Sixty years after it first opened, Mason's Bar and Grill is still serving up some of the best burgers anywhere. Home of the Mason's Real Bar Burger, Mason's also has a wide variety of beers and drinks to enjoy with your burger. Open late and serves take out. Visit their website for a menu.
Fleming’s takes pride in offering the highest quality USDA-certified prime beef. Meat-lovers will drool over the New York strip steaks, rib-eyes and filet mignon while seafood enthusiasts find plenty to rave about with the classically delicious Alaskan king crab legs. The restaurant’s atmosphere is intimate, but casual - perfect for pairing of prime steak and a glass of hand picked wine.
Freshly brewed beer and a relaxed atmosphere make CJ's, a fun place to hang out with friends. There's six signature brews on tap for beer-lovers, including American Wheat, Vat 33 IPA as well as changing seasonal brews. To go along with your drinks, they offer a diverse menu of delectable grub that includes pizzas, burgers, sandwiches and more. There's even a full-fledged dinner menu if you're inclined. The spacious interiors are comfy, with large screens for game days. There's an outdoor patio as well for an airier setting.
You may not expect to find a popular karaoke joint out in the Michigan suburbs, but that's exactly what Rockstarz is. Located in Garden City, this is the place to go to, if you want to sing your heart out. Drink specials are a major draw, sometimes even going as low as USD1 per drink depending on the night. In addition to the beverages, standard pub fare is offered. Check the website and Facebook page for the event schedule, as Rockstarz frequently hosts karaoke contests with winnings in the thousands!
For a taste of the Islands most flavorful cuisine, try Bahama Breeze Island Grille. One of the nation's leading Caribbean-inspired restaurants, Bahama Breeze has tropical atmosphere, high ceilings, rich woods and palm tree decor. Expect bold and spicy flavors with each meal presented in a way that is as eye-catching as it is appetizing. Whether it's West Indies Chicken Curry, the Bahamian Seafood Chowder or any one of countless other entrees and desserts, you will always be satisfied at Bahama Breeze. The Bahamarita, Bahama's signature frozen margarita, is a must.
Located in the heart of the historic district, Table 5 is go-to spot in the neighborhood for romantic dinners and even night-outs. Housed in a Victorian-era building, the restaurant's interiors exude an elegant and intimate atmosphere. Service is friendly and food-quality is unmatchable. Must-try's on the menu include Beef Tips Paprikash, Peppadew Poppers, Lussier Mussels, Pasta Ciambatta and Caramel Mochatini. A well-crafted wine list complements the menu selections. Post-dinner patrons can enjoy excellent scotch, martinis and other drinks. Reservations are recommended.
A gem among the sea of Chinese restaurants in Novi, China Cafe does a fantastic job of rendering an authentic experience in a relaxed setting. Expectedly, traditional Chinese dishes dominate the menu with a good amount of other Asian delights, added in for good measure. The interior is serene and incorporates a lot of natural elements. The bar has a good selection of wine and beer in addition to cocktails and martinis.
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!
Boasting one of the largest scotch and beer selections in the area, John Cowleys and Sons has been serving the Farmington Hills area for forty years. John Cowleys and Sons also has a large menu boasting old family favorites, as well as classic bar cuisine. They are open late every night of the week.
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.
In a former fast-food burger palace, two high-profile local chefs have teamed up to open a colorful restaurant specializing in seafood. Steve & Rocky's is named after master chefs Steve Allen and Rocky Rachwitz, who also has his own mini-chain of Rocky's restaurants. The walls, carpets, furnishings and even waitstaff uniforms are a panoply of bright colors. The décor extends to a raw bar and tapas bar. A wide range of seafood is available, including an eclectic Bouillabaisse with lobster, shrimp, clams, mussels, bass and salmon. Meatless and vegetarian entrees are equally inspired. Steve & Rocky's offers a soup sampler and more than 100 wines.