The Whitney Restaurant

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Customer Reviews

935 Ratings

One of my favorite places! Food/service is outstanding!
Pam W. · February 2, 2016
They have been doing it right for I think they are doing an excellent job.
Alisa N. · March 21, 2012
We went to the Whitney because of the Groupon. The discount was a great incentive, so we splurged extra on a fabulous bottle of wine, yummy appetizers and scrumptious desserts on top of the cooked to perfection entrees. The Whitney made our 18th wedding anniversary very memorable. Great service. Beautiful setting. Amazing cuisine. Thanks for the nudge, Groupon!
Ann Z. · October 26, 2011

What You'll Get

The monopoly tycoons of the 19th century traditionally did their wheeling and dealing at fine dining establishments, cleverly concealing the fact that they still lived with their parents. Enjoy curfew-free culinary revelry with today's Groupon: for $35, you get $70 worth of upscale cuisine and drinks (or $35 for $80 Tuesday through Thursday) at The Whitney on Woodward Avenue.

A two-time winner of the Best Romantic Restaurant title in CityVoter polls, The Whitney indulges epicures with several menus whose gastronomic grandeur complements the opulence of the restaurant's historic surrounds. Kick off nighttime noshcapades with one of the dinner menu's savory starters, such as Chesapeake blue crab "cake" ($13) with caper cornichon relish and smoked red pepper coulis, and then move on to the mouthwatering main-coursery of pan seared rainbow trout ($33), whose tender meat with lobster branade helps retired sea captains embrace their new lives as landlocked dry cleaners. Roasted zucchini farci ($19) celebrates greenery with a warm quinoa salad, while the 18-ounce bone in rib eye ($39) pampers carnivores with house-processed USDA steak smothered in a gorgonzola aioli, roasted fingerlings, and crispy onions. Midday munchers can peruse a lunch menu stocked with an array of sandwiches as well as entrees such as seared beef medallions ($12), and a constantly evolving Sunday brunch buffet ($32)—which might include appetizing elements such as a roast beef carving station, quiche, and a plethora of pastries—helps weekend warriors recover from Saturday's marathons, triathlons, and kangaroo boxing matches.

The Whitney's wine list includes roughly 250 palate-pleasing potables, while the restaurant itself, housed in a mansion originally built in 1894 for lumber mogul David Whitney, Jr., sports a lavish interior of rich woods, beautiful stained glass, and dramatic but not overacting lighting.


Citysearchers voted The Whitney as the best Dessert, Fine Dining, Romantic Dining, and Special Occasion Dining in 2010. The Detroit News, Metromix, and Associated Content reviewed The Whitney. OpenTable reviewers give it a four-star average.

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires Jun 30, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Limit 1 per visit. Dine-in only. Not valid 4/1-4/10 or on holidays. Reservations required. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About The Whitney

The Whitney is a grand, historic mansion built in 1894 for lumber mogul David Whitney. The Whitney restaurant itself sports a lavish interior of rich woods, beautiful stained glass, and linen-clad tables that host fine dining experiences at Sunday Brunch,High Tea service and dinner. The Whitney's wine list includes dozens of palate-pleasing potables that pair with beef Wellington, lobster tail, and steaks seared to perfection. In the evenings, the live piano fills the halls with music, adding a festive vibe to the already plush environs.

By purchasing this deal you'll unlock points which can be spent on discounts and rewards. Every 5,000 points can be redeemed for $5 Off your next purchase.