Although it is on Detroit's far east side, Blue Pointe is one of Grosse Pointe's best restaurants, steeped in tradition. But snobbery and overcharging are not practiced here. It's tradition as a seafood restaurant comes by way of the Joe Muer family, although I believe the Muers here are cousins. At one time the brother's operated the Pointe Bar B Q (an east side tradition) a couple blocks away. They closed that operation and integrated the barbeque into the Blue Pointe menu. The kitchen produces consistently good fish entrees, prepared to your liking: broiled, baked, blackened, etc. The sides and soups are delicious, think rutabaga, creamed spinach. The servers are friendly and helpful. This is what dining used to be like. And when you leave, you feel you got a great value for what you paid.
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