In 2012, Real Detroit Weekly named Crave Restaurant + Sushi Bar Detroit's best sushi restaurant, praising the Mediterranean-Japanese hot spot for its "impeccably fresh fish." The standout signature rolls run the gamut from king crab–stuffed rainbow rolls to grilled lobster rolls garnished with shiitake mushrooms. Diners can also nosh on freshly sliced fatty tuna and sea urchin from the extensive sashimi selection. Crave's strong Mediterranean flair is evident in the roasted-beet caprese salad, the halal chicken breast, and the sea bass, served with succotash and warm gazpacho.
Each month, live music fills Crave's softly lit interior. You can schedule private parties or high-stakes Go Fish! tournaments in the event room or the exclusive lounge. During warmer weather, the restaurant's Asian garden is an idyllic setting for outdoor events, with its bamboo bar and decorative Asian maples.
Finn and Porter offers an edgier take on traditional American fare. Finn and Porter is also a good option for those with special dietary needs, offering both low-fat and gluten-free items on the menu. Enjoy a drink with your dinner — Finn and Porter has a full bar to serve up a glass of wine, beer, or more. Check out the brews and bites at happy hour, and kick back without spending a fortune. A private room is available for reservation at Finn and Porter for those nights when you take the whole gang out to celebrate. You can tote your laptop here to take advantage of the free wifi. DJ fans will appreciate Finn and Porter's frequent live mixes.
Getting your food to go is also an option. Impress the visitors at your next gathering by calling in Finn and Porter for catering.
Valet parking is a nice perk for diners at Finn and Porter's W Lafayette Blvd location.
Prepare to spend about $30 per person when dining at Finn and Porter. Major credit cards — including Visa, Mastercard, Discover, and American Express — are accepted. The dinner menu is a crowd pleaser at the restaurant, though breakfast and lunch are also served. Nigh owls and early risers alike will appreciate that the restaurant is open 24 hours a day.
Step into Detroit’s flavorful history at Joe Muer Seafood. Originally established in 1929, Joe Muer’s has been serving excellent seafood for longer than many people have been alive! In 2005, the restaurant reemerged in a new, vibrant way. Now, diners saunter over to the raw oyster bar without a care in the world while others may find their preference at the sushi bar. Entertainment is a staple at Joe Muer’s with the piano bar, and relaxation after a hard day’s work can be found at the lounge. Business casual attire is requested, whether dining for lunch, dinner or Sunday brunch. For an exclusive dining experience, obtain the Ship Room or the Riverfront Room at Joe Muer’s Seafood for a beautiful setting. Even the most austere wine collector will be overwhelmed by the amount of wine options available. Once the perfect glass of wine has been chosen, guests must then choose an exquisitely plated dish. A rack of lamb is never a bad choice. Experience elegance in the Motor City at Joe Muer’s Seafood.
Wasabi Korean and Japanese Cuisine serves some of the best far-Eastern cuisine in all of Detroit. Culinary delicacies here include sushi so artfully arranged it’s practically a crime to defile and Korean kalbi that gives even the best western ribs a run for their money. Wasabi gives you an excellent bang for your buck on most menu items, making them an ideal candidate for regular takeout sushi and sashimi. Other takeout options at Wasabi include the deliciously varied lunch box, which features beef, salmon, rice, kimchi, and veggie rolls that are lovingly cooked and assembled to picturesque perfection. As to the drinks, Wasabi is one of the few places around to serve true-blue Japanese Sapporo, an interesting new taste for people who’ve never had Japanese beer before.
For a traditional Cantonese dim sum experience in a uniquely American restaurant, give this spot a try. Since opening in 1995, their wide selection of dishes from around Southeast Asia has been a favorite amongst the local crowd. If you’re in the mood for Thai food, the red, green and Massaman curries are all derived from traditional recipes with authentic flavors. If you’d prefer sushi, a full menu is available to curb your appetite as well. The star of the show, however, is the extensive, authentic dim sum menu, which has all of your traditional favorites served up just as they are throughout Southeast China.
Sushi Kami's chefs bring the distinct flavors of Southeast Asia to metro Detroit as they craft entrees using Japanese and Korean cooking techniques. They carefully carve fresh eel and king crab into exotic maki, sushi, or specialty rolls. The multitalented chefs also assemble customized bento boxes during lunch service, filling each compartment with chicken katsu, sauce, and a series of smaller bento boxes.