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$20 for $40 Worth of Steak-House Cuisine
The menu features wild-caught scallops encrusted with Michigan morel mushrooms and served with smoked tomato polenta and sautéed spinach ($24.99), prime-rib sandwiches with sautéed onions, mushrooms, and peppers ($8.99), and Wrought Iron pizzas topped with spit-roasted chicken, grilled pineapple, black forest ham, red onion, green peppers, and housemade barbecue sauce ($11.99).
Wrought Iron Grill
The chefs at Wrought Iron Grill design dishes that are artfully executed down to the last detail. Take, for example, the housemade sauces and soups that are made fresh daily, or the veal demi-glace they make to flavor hand-cut, marrow-encrusted filet mignon. They also take care to incorporate local ingredients, coating wild-caught scallops with Michigan morel mushrooms and flash-frying fillets of Michigan perch.
Housed in the five-story brick structure that once held Woodard Furniture Company, Wrought Iron Grill's decor harks back to the building's industrial past. Flooring reclaimed from a welding room tops the bar, and 110-year-old windows hang over the heads of bartenders as they pour Michigan beers and mix drinks such as signature bloody marys garnished with spicy Mandingo pickles, 45th Parallel asparagus, and jumbo shrimp. Live bands often play atop the building's loading dock, allowing singers to be conveniently wheeled away after they've finished performing.