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24Grille is our casual approach to fine dining. Offerings of classic American dishes paired with our family oriented service culture, make the grille the gathering destination to eat, drink, and share good times. Our elegant bar and dining space remain true to the original building features of the historic Westin Book Cadillac, allowing the memories and magic of times gone by to remain in our guests and restaurant family's hearts.
Our menu offers classic regional and American dishes created each with individual style and preparation. Each ingredient and flavor profile is made in house and is brought to us by local Michigan vendors. Chef Booth focuses on a seasonal menu, highlighting natures best products.
We look forward to having you as our guest!
Detroit, MI 48226
American, Seafood, Steakhouse
Hours of Operation:
Brunch: Sunday: 10:00 am-3:00 pm
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Dinner: Monday - Thursday, Sunday: 4:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Dinner: Friday - Saturday: 4:00 pm - 12:00 am
Happy Hour: Mon - Fri 3:00pm-6:30pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Join us at Michigan's only Champagne Bar Open select Friday and Saturday nights to the public. Always available to book for Private Functions!
Please contact 24Grille to design a menu to fit your needs for groups of 20 to 200 people. We can do cater out events, or host your group in our Private Dining Room and Champagne Bar. All menus can be personalized to fit your guests' needs!
Valet alongside 24Grille will be validated to a $10 rate with Westin Hotel when dining in the restaurant.
Bus Station on Michigan Avenue.
Chef Clifton Booth
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Join us for HAPPY HOUR Monday through Friday (3:00pm - 6:30pm) for $5 Wines, Beers, and Cocktails. Our specialized Bar Menu is available in the Bar and Lounge Area throughout HAPPY HOUR and the duration of the evening.
The PLATE ROOM, features original items from the 1924 Book Cadillac Hotel and can accommodate intimate business meetings, or large cocktail events. Joined to the Grille and Spa19, it is the destination for bridal events, business dinners and work events. Audio/Video is available.
24Grille Ratings and Reviews
We went to 24Grille for pre-theatre dining, so we had an earlier reservation than normal (for us). That said, we were surprised to find the restaurant thoroughly packed. We quickly found out that it was "Restaurant Week" in Detroit, and we wish we had known the impact that would have on our experience.
The Restaurant Week promotion featured a 3-course prix fixe meal. Though that provided a financial incentive, everything else was a disincentive. The meal choices were very limited. The service staff was pleasant, but very over-worked. As a result, there were lots of "misses" in their service.
In short: it was relatively difficult to get a cocktail, we were unable to get any bread (despite multiple requests), one of our four entrees was incorrect, they were lacking our wine selection, and they got the pricing wrong for the replacement wine. In a bizarre twist, the restaurant cancelled our reservation (through Open Table) after we were already seated. Even though I asked the restaurant about that by email, I have not received a reply.
To be fair, our server tried very hard. He provided wine suggestions for our entrees, and made suggestions about the choices on the (very limited) menu. He was obviously trying to please everyone, despite the packed restaurant.
It is possible that most of this experience was the result of the Restaurant Week promotion, the purpose of which is to help diners become acquainted with area restaurants. However, I'm not sure that 24Grille really showed our party all of their capabilities.
The worst food ever! it was restaurant week and they served the worst food! The food took forever to come out and they weren’t even busy or crowded! The staff was standing around for the most part. there was no other options except the restaurant week menu which again was absolutely terrible! they should not be allowed to participate in restaurant week next year and the portion sizes where ridiculous as hell! .. only decent thing was the drinks the bartender made and she had a terrible attitude! I have been to 24 grille time after time but I won’t go back again .
We had reservations after the Charity Preview at the Auto Show , thinking we would try out the 24 Grille after we had checked out the menu online. When we arrived, we were told there was a special limited menu with ONLY $35 Appetizers ( none of which we cared for) and $135 Main Course Meals (nothing worth half that) . I can afford anything I choose, but I will not be robbed with a smile. Exit, stage left and See ya!
The place was less than half full on a Friday lunch hour. Our server was fairly attentive except that salt and ketchup that had been requested arrived well after the fries were cold. They were out of the sausage gumbo. Enjoyed the Risotto Croquettes and Steak Bites which were both well flavored. The Bellini was well blended but not generous. The Bananas Foster cheesecake was a standard cheesecake attractively dressed with Foster and chocolate sauce and real whipped cream but a sorry, overly cooked piece of banana. Would not go out of my way to go there again. Good, not special.
Some people fear downtown Detroit, but I have never been robbed there.
That is, until I visited the 24Grille.
I made reservations for 8 people for New Years Eve, and, as I do every year, I pick a new location that no one has been to. This year, the menu for the 24Grille looked interesting, and I made reservations a few months in advance.
On arrival, I was surprised to find this place that seemed to be selling itself as fine dining was little more than a hotel bar that serves upscale food. What surprised me more, that I received no information about ahead of time, was that the regular menu was gone for the night, and a special menu that included wine pairings with each of the courses, the waiter told us several times, was in place and was $125 per person.
Immediately, upon arrival, the bill will be $1000.
Of course, the wine pairing made the one person in the group who likes wine happy. Of course, he just had one glass. A few others took a glass or champagne because it was included.
The salads were...salads. A salad. Nothing special. A salad.
The service was mediocre. I had to get a rolled up set of utensils from another table. After 7 of the 8 entrees arrived, our smiling waiter asked if there was anything else he could get us. I suggested the last entree. He looked shocked and went back to the kitchen, and 10 minutes or so later returned with the final main course.
The food was good. Not great, but certainly tasty.
Dessert came out and was fine. My chocolate cake reminded me of the chocolate cake at Red Lobster.
When the bill came, the charges were $1260. The reason? The pre-added a very generous 20% tip, especially for the level of service, and taxes were NOT included in the set price. Surprise!
I'm not blindsiding them with this review. I wrote to them, and received not even a note they received my concerns. Apathy.
So, next year I will search again for the best restaurant in Detroit. 24Grille is not even the best in its own building. (Go to Roast instead)
We were downtown for the weekend and chose to have brunch at 24Grille, which was our first time dining here; we have nothing but rave reviews! Starting with the service, the servers were amazingly attentive & very engaging, they helped create an entertaining environment which is part of the reason for us selecting this restaurant as a fun place, thank you all! The food presentation and variety was exceptional, Mimosa's delicious and well balanced (when ordering the "endless"they are not kidding!), we enjoyed the coffee, which was served in a glass mug (smile). The place was clean, beautiful fresh flowers on the tables and great music was playing. We are looking forward to trying them for dinner and if it is as good as what we have already experienced, it will remain on our "go to" list of places to dine and support.
Located in the Westin Book Cadillac hotel, we dined here last minute with family while visiting downtown later in the evening. Overall we had a good time. The kids enjoyed the Caesar Salad with Chicken Pot Pie soup and were full. We enjoyed the Steak Bites, Lollipop Lamb Chops, and a Spinach Salad. All the food was delicious and full of flavor. We also sampled the seasonal desert which was a Sweet Potato Pie Cheesecake with Pumpkin Spice Ice Cream.
The hostess was missing for nearly 15 minutes upon our arrival and among approximately 10-15 people waiting to be seated, we badgered to be seated 15 minutes after our reservation time. The staff was pleasant, but service was extremely slow. Probably not too bad if you wanted a leisurely dinner, however, we were pressed for time and waiting 5+ minutes for drinks and a check seemed excessive.
We were seated at a high-top with a speaker mounted over our head with hip-hop/dance/techno style music playing making conversation labored as well.
I'd return, but felt my experience more suited to a group of friends out for the evening.
We decided to go there after the Detroit Lions game, we were guests at the hotel. Nothing special stood out there, view of the streets from the window. Ordered 2 hamburgers, they came with French fry’s. We also had 2 draft beers each, @ $7.50 each. Each hamburger was tasty, at $21 each would think no less, not worth the $21. We decided if were to spend that type of coin, go to the Roast, also in the hotel.
I sat down at a high top facing the bar and was waited on almost immediately. I ordered the sea bass with rice. Another server brought out my food but I was never visited by my original waiter and asked how my meal was. I was watching him, trying to get his attention to ask for salt and pepper, but he was too busy socializeing with the other waiter and kitchen staff. I felt neglected and never got the salt. The sea bass was cooked well but the rice was too wet and their was too much balsamic poured over the entire plate. I wanted to send the rice back but again, couldn’t get the attention of my waiter. When I finally finished my meal (didn’t eat the runny rice), he finally came over to clear my plate. He never asked how I liked it. Clearly the staff needs some training.
The restaurant is attached to a hotel, so the atmosphere was a little different due to that reason. The wait staff could have been more attentive. The parking was terrible. There is valet out in front, but it is not for the restaurant. We had to park in a structure next door on the 8th floor.
Omelette was delicious. Service was horrendous. We sat for more than 30 minutes with only water. Finally the waiter came over and asked if everything was okay. I said that it was not. We would like some coffee. It took another 10 minutes to get the coffee. I had to call a manager to get a second cup. It was a Sunday brunch and a 20% service fee was automatically added to the bill. So the waiter had no incentive to do anything and he didn’t. I spent in excess of $100 for a breakfast that was not very pleasant. I would not go here again.
The food was good. The server was working hard & keeping up, but I think the kitchen was very backed up even though only half the tables were filled. We were staying in the Westin & went down to catch a quick bite before a concert & were told by the hostess that the wait was over an hour (again, not half the tables were filled up at this point). we left to find somewhere else & noticed on OpenTable that 24Grille had reservations open....so we booked one, turned around & went back to the restaurant & was seated immediately (what?). It took a long time to get the food....hence why I think the kitchen was severely behind.
We dined Sunday late afternoon; think dined is an overstatement. The restaurant was not prepared for significant patrons, despite - U-2 Concrete at Ford Field (7:30 pm start time) and a noon Tiger game (they lost to Cleveland 11-1) , combine with the Detroit Jazz festive. While the cooks kicked it up, the front of the house failed on all accords; late welcome, no water, no explanation that they were short handed and patience would be required. Needless to say, we just sat at the Bar as there was no hope that our reservation was going to be filled within 45 minutes of its scheduled start at 5:30pm.
Food service was slooow, burger excellent and my kale salad very good, however, the lamp lolipops were ice cold (watched them sit ready to serve for 10 minutes, sending back was out of the question).
If this is a sign of 24Grille's management abilities - I'd suggest dining elsewhere.
24 Grille is probably a good restaurant but they were ill prepared for the holiday weekend that the concert that was taking place in Detroit that evening. They were understaffed and Open Table filled their reservation queue. We were scheduled for a 5:15pm table and after being told 10-15 minutes twice, we were finally seated at 6:15pm. Once seated it was 15 minutes to order, 30 minutes to get drinks and 45 minutes for our food. We were late for the concert.
I was disappointed in both Open Table and the restaurant and my ratings are solely based on this issue.
We generally go once a year for a Sunday Brunch. The food is great, as is their selection. We enjoy it, but are now realizing that our appetites no longer fit with brunches, making the cost/benefit ratio, esp at the higher-priced 24 Grille, no longer worthwhile.
Good food and decent service, but not much stands out.
For starters, the 24Grille was pretty dead on a Saturday evening with the Tigers in town, so that sort of speaks for itself. But we were seated immediately, which was good. The decor felt dated and dark even though this isn't an old property. The wait staff was reasonably quick and attentive. We ordered the Philly Cheese Steak flatbread, Herb Roasted chicken, and Spinach salad. We added shrimp to the salad, which surprisingly doubled the price from $12 to $24. All the food was well prepared and tasted good. Beer selection was so-so. Cocktail was not the best, kind of lollipop sweet. Total tab was $100, seems high for an appetizer, a few drinks, a salad and a chicken entree.
The service was extremely slow and the food was not good at all. In fact, we had to send one of our plates back for a re-do. Their credit card machines were down, which they knew of before they took orders, but did not inform the guest until the time came to pay our bills. Once we were done, they said, "our machines are down so you can either pay cash or let us write down your credit card information, so we can run it later". Who does that? We should have been given the option to dine elsewhere. We soon noticed that as new guest came in, they were not telling any of us until after we ate. I thought it was pretty shady. It was my first and last time dining there. This occurred at lunch on June 26, 2017. I gave it a 1 star only because there were no options for negative stars.
We stopped by to have lunch after seeing it had some great reviews online, sure enough, the reviews were right. The service was excellent, drinks and appetizers were brought out quickly and the main courses were promptly delivered. Presentation for the food was beyond expectations. Everything arrived to the table looking amazing and the taste was there to match. We all got different plates from the menu and not one of us got a dish we disliked.
Overall the prices were a bit high for certain items on the menu but well worth it in the end. I'll definitely be stopping back by next time I visit Detroit.
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