Mosaic

Restaurant
501 Monroe St, Detroit, MI 48226 501 Monroe St, Detroit Directions
+13139629366
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86% of 206 customers recommended
This place is closed.

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Report | 15 days ago
Keep up the great food and service
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Report | 3 years ago
The expiration date should be extended.
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Report | 16 days ago
I enjoyed watching the Banna Foster dessert presentation. Great salad.
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Report | 17 days ago
keep up the good service
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Report | 17 days ago
Great Lamb Chops
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Report | 17 days ago
The entertainment was wonderful.
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Report | 16 days ago
keep serving blue-cheese-wrapped filet. great au jus flavor.
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Report | 15 days ago
great food, impeccable service, beautiful atmosphere
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Report | 16 days ago
excellent service umm-lamb chops
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Report | 15 days ago
Lunch is great and service is very prompt for lunch, which is great. Only been there once for dinner, but the food was fabulous. However, dinner service was a slow, causing us to have to cancel dessert because we had to leave for a show before it arrived (we waited 20 mins for dessert, which I thought was excessive - had it arrived even 10 mins earlier, we would have had time to enjoy it before having to leave).
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From Our Editors

Mosaic's ceiling looks like a sculpture from Poseidon's undersea art gallery. Hand-blown blue glass and a droplet-shaped light fixture make it resemble the ocean. Waterfalls plummet to granite floors, binding the earth and heavens with more grace and ferocity than a saber-toothed ballerina. This dramatic scene is a fitting prelude to the restaurant's menu, which spans several oceans to incorporate fare from Greece, France, and Japan. Japanese ingredients pepper several seafood dishes, which range from tuna tataki sushi to chilean sea bass steeped in a sake lee marinade. The Greek influences stem from owners Athina, Maria, and Stella Papas, who cut their teeth at Pegasus, their father's iconic Greektown restaurant, and the French element emanates from Executive Chef Mark Kelly, who studied Gallic cuisine in culinary school. Together, these inspirations flavor fruit-studded goat-cheese salads and lamb chops brushed with olive oil and lemon juice. A sprawling list of wines and martinis pairs nicely with fare from all three countries and encourages patrons to mingle in the lounge area where DJs perform each weekend.

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