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About Dusty's Wine Bar
Dusty's Wine Bar is nationally recognized for its Contemporary American cuisine with a New World flair. Try our Seared Wild Alaskan King Salmon Filet with olive Tapenade and Lemon Oil over Creamy Truffled Grits or enjoy a 14 oz. Grilled Prime Grade NY Strip with Roasted Garlic Butter over Fresh Goat Cheese Potato Mash. select from 30 wines by the glass, enjoy a wine or scotch flight. Dusty's granite bar top is a wonderful accent to our casual bistro. Tables were hand-made from French wine crates, booth and chair seating is available. Dusty's Wine Bar offers many Tapas and daily specials. We are committed to providing the Lansing area with the Finest meats and Freshest seafood.
Okemos, MI 48864
Hours of Operation:
Open 7 Days & 7 Nights Monday thru Thursday 11:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Friday and Saturday 11:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m Sunday 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Private parking with plenty of lighting. Handicap parking near front entrance. Low curb wheelchair access by main entrance.
Private Party Facilities:
Dusty's Tuscan, Napa and Bordeaux Rooms seat 6 to 44 guests and are elegant rooms for wedding celebrations, showers, birthday & anniversary parties. Comfortable and quiet for business meetings.
Private Party Contact:
Matt Gillett or Billy Shreck: (517) 349-8680
Banquet, Bar Dining, Beer, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Dusty's Wine Bar Ratings and Reviews
neighbors(Seniors) wanting to get together for lunch at somewhere "different" with good food and moderate pricing, I suggested Dusty's. I have been coming to Dusty's for a long time; lunch, dinner and Brunch, which is a popular event for me. My grown family also enjoys Dusty's and we often decide to meet here with family members who are in town for business or other occasions. Dusty's is a restaurant that we feel can be counted on for a good meal no matter what the occasion.
When we get to Okemos, we typically head to Dusty's. The food is consistent -- always good. The tournedos were cooked to perfection. Very nice wine list -- reasonably priced. Service -- always reliable. I really can't speak to many other dishes since I always get the tournedos....love it.
Food was fabulous as always! Service however was not! The restaurant was not busy maybe 4 tables with guests. No excuse for unattentive service. Our meal was served and the server never checked back to see how dinner was. We finished eating and another waiter walking toward the kitchen stopped and picked up our plates. He was awesome! We were seated near the kitchen so I could see our server standing in the kitchen talking. She had no personality and said very few words. My husband thought it was odd and so did I. We love Dusty's and the lack of attentive service is nothing we have ever experienced at this wonderful restaurant.
My husband and I starting working at dustys 30 years ago, as a waitress and a bartender. This year we celebrated our 25th wedding anniversary. We wanted to go back to a place that we shared allot of fun memories. We were so glad we chose Dusty's. We had a cheese fondue appetizer, and it was every bit the way I remembered it. I also had the pecan crusted whitefish, which melted in my mouth. We were so full for desert, so we drove back the next morning to get napoleons. I can't tell you how many times I thought of that flaky crust and amazing creme layers. I remembered the trays that use to be made of them when I first started there 30 years ago, and they did not disapoint. We will be back again soon, and this time will not wait so long to do so. Thanks Matt and team for your hospitality.
Dusty's is a consistently good place to eat. The wait staff is attentive and the food is good as well as good value for the money. There are options, too, if you are gluten free or vegetarian. Overall, a really good dining experience when you're out with friends of on business.
I had the roast duck on the recommendation of the waiter. Duck is so easy to overcook but what I was served was done to perfection! I couldn't have been more pleased with the selection. My waiter went the extra mile, as well. Service was wonderful. Thank you,
We don't get to the Lansing area that often but when we do, we try to carve out time to dine at dusty's. we started with the frites. The combination of garlic confit and garlic aioli made them garlic-ly delicious. The filet, potato croquettes and fondue spinach made for a great main course. The strawberry panne cotta was the perfect light desert finish.
Sunday brunch was very enjoyable! The brunch menu included just a few specials, but our selections were well prepared, as were the cocktails.
To start, I chose the Bellini Martini, a perfect brunch drink. One of my tablemates chose the Mimosa, and while tasty, it was the smallest Mimosa we had ever seen!
My brunch consisted of two small crab cakes, each topped with a perfectly cooked poached egg and served with a couple of sauces and several pieces of bacon (which in my opinion were totally unnecessary). My tablemates each got the "hash", which they seemed to enjoy, but not as enthusiastically!
The restaurant was not very busy this holiday weekend, but the server was quietly attentive to our needs. Our coffee cups and water glasses were always filled!
The reader should understand, that when it comes to Dusty's, locals set a very high bar for performance--and Dusty's rarely disappoints.
My husband and I went to Dustys to celebrate our 48th wedding anniversary. It was quite easy to make a reservation for dinner online. There was a large graduation party on the porch in front, but we enjoyed a quiet, pleasant dinner in the dining room. The potato bacon soup and field greens salad were tasty. We both had beef; my tournedo could not have been more tender and Tom enjoyed the pub steak. We could not comfortably order dessert, so our server dressed up the usual brownie bites with whipped cream and white chocolate. It was a very special evening.
Dusty's has lost that special something that lured you back time and again. The food quality has become inconsistent and some menu choices don't make sense for the area. Drinks also are inconsistent and generally unimaginative. Stick with wine rather than cocktails and you'll enjoy yourself more.
We had a lovely brunch here with my mother. It is one of her favorite spots to go since it is relatively quiet. The food is always good and the service was outstanding. They have a great wine list and fun cocktails for brunch.
We made a reservation for our 6th anniversary, and were pleasantly surprised when we got there and the host acknowledged it! Then the waiter also told us Happy Anniversary when he got to our table. The food is very good; however, the waiter was so busy he forgot to bring a couple things and there was a period of time when we didn't see him for a while. We love the cheese fondue, and we got it with fries this time. The dinners are a little pricey, but they taste fresh and the atmosphere is very romantic. Overall it was a lovely experience, and we will definitely go back again.
Upon entering, Dustys has a cool shop with a huge variety of wine and beer, cheeses, desserts, and gifts. We loved looking around the store after our dinner! Our server was friendly and knowledgeable, the only reason I didn't give 5 stars is that he was quite slow. The food options are interesting, a bit over priced in my opinion. My husband had a $55 dry aged steak and it didn't impress him. The pork was a bit dry, at $36 I would expect a very juicy flavorful pork dish and it was neither. Regardless, our wine was delicious, we enjoyed the ambience, and would go again. It's a unique place. I would definitely like to check out their Tap room.
We hadn't been to Dusty's in a while and thought it would be fun. We had a reservation, but the two ladies at our table in the dining room sat talking long beyond the length of their dinner, so the Maitre D' asked if we'd like the quiet back room or the fully warm sun room. While we might have wanted to tell the ladies to beat it, we chose the back room which was very nice. Our food was excellent. We split an order of haddock croquettes which were absolutely delicious. We considered just having another order of croquettes, wine and dessert, but the entrees were too good to pass up. My husband had a traditional Irish lamb stew which he really enjoyed, and I loved the maple glazed salmon over black pepper grits with green beans. I've had the salmon before and it's always great! I also had the flight of crisp white wines and really enjoyed them. The food is beautifully prepared and presented, delicious, and creative.
I love going to a wine bar when the wines are not overly priced and the food is great. I was taking my daughter to an MSU college tour and we had dinner there. The host and the wait staff were very friendly. The wine menu is good and far reaching and everything appears to be priced two times retail which is fair to me. The food was delicious and there is a variety of specials. Both my daughter and my main entree when presented were like works of art.
If you looking for good food and wine this the place to go. They also have a nice selection of half bottles of wine which you can't find everywhere.
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