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At Cuisine you will enjoy world class wines and spirits, contemporary French-American cuisine and classic French desserts.
A Destination Like No Other
European Influenced, Modern American Cuisine
Chef Paul Grosz’s commitment to the city of Detroit is legendary.
His 22 years as Cuisine’s owner and Chef, plus his accumulated studies at Chicago’s La Francais and Paris’s Le Cordon Bleu, combined with his years as the Chef of the Whitney and La Rotisserie, prove that Paul, and Cuisine Restaurant, are truly two of Detroit’s Culinary Treasures.
Cuisine, located in a historic, 100-year old home, once owned by Fisher Body, and whose acclaimed, namesake, Fisher Theater, resides just across the street, brings a sense of warmth, comfort and consistent quality that’s uncommon.
It’s here that Chef Paul’s seasonal menus thoughtfully combine regional, seasonal ingredients, then apply the essential techniques necessary to capture the essential flavors of each dish that he creates.
Dining in the D has never been more satisfying.
Cuisine’s ala Carte menu is occasionally supplemented with prix-fixe menu evenings during special events and holidays. Each menu is thoughtfully crafted to offer a variety of meats, poultry, seafood and selected vegetables and accompaniments.
All prepared are with an attention to detail and uncompromised quality.
Fortune favors those with flavor.
Classic / Innovative
Whether your preferred beverage is a wine from our expertly curated wine list, a cold beer or a craft cocktail, Cuisine has your libation.
Our wine list includes selections from the United States, France, Italy, Spain and Argentina, and come from some of their country’s most award-winning wineries.
The list also includes blends, as well as large format bottles when the occasion calls for a real celebration!
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WHAT’S AROUND US?
World renown as The Motor City, Detroit is also the home of some of this country’s most recognized and award-winning entertainment venues starting with the Fisher Theater, which is right next door to Cuisine.
Just down Woodward Avenue, you’ll find the Detroit Institute of Arts and Orchestra Hall, the home of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, one of the most acoustically perfect performance venues in the world. Travel down the new “Q Line” rail service a few block’s further and you’ll discover the historic Fox Theater, The Detroit Opera House, not to mention the newly constructed “District”, which includes Ford Field, Comerica Park and Little Caesars Arena, the homes of Detroit’s Lions, Tigers and Red Wings.
There’s a LOT going on in the “D” and numerous opportunities to enjoy a fabulous dinner at Cuisine, either before or after visiting a show, an exhibit or a game.
The Dining Rooms
The dining room’s décor of warmly lit, lacquered, dark-mahogany walls, juxtaposed against white linen, cobalt blue and antique cabinetry filled with crystal cut stemware, gives one a sense of comfort, nostalgia and warmth.
The main floor dining room (sans The Zinc Bar), seats 80 while the second level, seats 75.
All totaled, both dining rooms, plus The Zinc Bar, seat 175, and with the Patio added, can seat up to 215 guests when the weather permits The Patio to be used.
The Zinc Bar
Pull up a chair at a high top, a table, or perhaps some lively conversation while enjoying a delicious dinner at its zinc bar top.
The Zinc Bar is a hidden city gem and seats 20 persons or, can accommodate 30 for a private stand-up cocktail party.
The Patio’s two areas consist of a both an enclosed portion, which is fully enclosed to the occasional inclement summer weather, and a smaller area, truly al Fresco, which is not enclosed. Both offer a unique dining experiences in the New Center area.
Al totaled, The Patio seats 40 and can accommodate 60 persons for a stand-up reception.
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Modern European Dining
PICTURES FROM A “CULINARY” EXHIBITION
Cuisine is a restaurant that feels like home. In fact, 100 years ago, it was a home, and many of its customers feel a personal connection with both Cuisine and Chef Paul that has developed over many years of dining excellence and make each visit feel like a “homecoming”.
From excellent food , service and beverages as well as unique setting in an historical home, cuisine is an example that sometimes, the whole is greater that the sum of its parts
What Diners Are Saying
Tuesday – Saturday starting at 4 pm – 10 pm
Sunday starting at 3:30 pm when there are events at Fisher Theatre