Despite its pretensions I very much like the Gandy Dancer. Marvelous old historic building sitting alongside the tracks from Detroit to Chicago ;you still see and applaud the Amtrak several times a day. No longer the train station (it's next door) you still can imagine its glory in the fieldstone walls, fireplace, etc. Always valet parking, easy, reliable and complimentary. Specialty is seafood as it was founded as part of the
(Detroit) Muer family of restaurants [Joe Muers in Detroit has been reincarnated.] Nice menu, lovely views/ambience either looking in or
looking out. Sunday brunch is legendary. Has a bit more formal feel and while casual is there and welcome I would hope you'd feel like
a slob in a baseball cap and shorts. No TVs in evidence. Cozy bar and upper level room for special events. Nice wine list. Popular for weddings, graduations, etc. Operating in place for over 40 years, something of a record n this town . Makes you feel special though four
servers carrying silver helmets can be a bit daunting.
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