Eats & Crafts

3.5
13 Reviews
$30 and under
Contemporary American
Eats & Crafts is your neighborhood spot to meet friends in a casual and laid-back atmosphere in the Troy area. At Eats & Crafts you and your friends can try a variety of exciting dishes from our scratch kitchen or indulge in our signature line of contemporary comfort foods crafted by our chef with only the freshest ingredients.

Complement our eats with a tasty craft beer or your favorite specialty cocktail and your night is sure to start out right. At Eats & Crafts we aim to make every visit memorable with our unique blend of food, friends, and fun.
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ZFamily
Detroit
5 reviews
Dined on March 30, 2019
Overall4food4service5ambience3

Definitely better than your average bowling alley bar food. Service was good, decor and ambience were meh, but it was a bowling alley. They need to provide their waitress with a tray so that she can bring the food out at once. Instead of each individual plate though.

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Chris
1 review
Dined on January 11, 2019
Overall4food5service4ambience4

Food was excellent when the cook got the order correct. Twice he messed up the same ladies order. By the time she recieved her correct order the other 7 people where done eating.
I would eat there again just not with a big party.

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Janey
Detroit
32 reviews
Dined on June 8, 2018
Overall4food4service5ambience5

Great atmosphere. A new Troy treasure. More should try this restaurant. They need to advwetise more

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OpenTable Diner
1 review
Dined on June 2, 2018
Overall5food5service5ambience3

There was only one server and she did great!

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robert
Detroit
30 reviews
Dined on April 14, 2018
Overall5food5service4ambience4

Good was delish. Seemed almost out of place being party of the bowling alley, but this place was definitely an elevation. Little loud and little slow for how empty it was but all in all a good time. Will be back

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TomG
Detroit
9 reviews
Dined on March 31, 2018
Overall3food5service3ambience4

The food was good. My wife had pork sliders and loved them. I had the shrimp and sausage past and it was very good.

Menu is a little limited. We were surprised there just a basic burger option, although I suppose possible to ask. Really have to be in the mood for one of their items.

Service was fair. Staff was friendly and helpful. Food delivery is slow, mainly I think because one person in the kitchen and kitchen covers the whole facility - gaming, bowling and restaurant. Food was hot when delivered.

Despite being part of a bowling alley, we didn't hear any noise from the bowling. Quiet and enjoyable ambiance. Nicely cleaned up from what was there.

Overall, we enjoyed eating there. Just wish there was a larger menu to choose from as would be nice to just drop in as near home.

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Brian
Detroit
6 reviews
Dined on March 29, 2018
Overall4food5service2ambience3

All the food that we had was awesome. Good specials. Burger was pretty good as well as the wings and nachos with pulled pork. Unfortunately, the table service was some of the worst I have experienced. The server did not know the menu at all and seemingly got lost for extended periods of time. Drinks, condiments and other table amenities that were asked for took forever to arrive and there was only us and one other table and a couple people at the bar.

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vipBrian
Detroit
92 reviews
Dined on March 17, 2018
Overall3food5service2ambience4

Front of the house is an unorganized mess. Wait Staff is friendly but not well organized or efficient. No greeter, need one!

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Ajna
Detroit
3 reviews
Dined on March 4, 2018
Overall1food1service1ambience1

My husband and I decided to try this new place out on Sunday, March 4th. There was one guy (never introduced himself)in the dining area who also waited on us. We ordered coffee to begin with. It took about ten minutes for the coffee to come. We finished the first cup of coffee and we’re looking for the server to get a refill. Nowhere to be found. Then he comes out and we ask for more coffee. He takes our cups fills them up in the back and comes back. That was another ten minutes. When my husband ordered a waffle burger, the guy had no clue what that was and what it came with so my husband changed it to an omelette. The food took forever. The omelette was dry and there was no butter or jelly/jam for the toast. Overall, it was an awful awful experience that ruined my birthday. We had planned to do bowling for a couple of hours, but we went home instead. We’re Devastated knowing there are a lot of places around that offer excellent food and service. We spent $50 for nothing. That’s what you get when the dishwasher is forced to wait on people! Lesson learned! This place is a joke! Regret, regret, regret going there!

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Misc
Detroit
1 review
Dined on February 2, 2018
Overall3food4service2ambience3

Service was not very good. Coffee was cold. Food did not come out at same time. Good food.

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vipStevenS
Detroit
2 reviews
Dined on January 27, 2018
Overall3food3service4ambience3

Good experience. Food was good for a bowling alley.

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vipCosmo
Detroit
21 reviews
Dined on January 12, 2018
Overall4food4service3ambience3

The food was pretty good - we had the blt, Cuban, burger and fried pickles. Service was slow and not very attentive considering they were not that busy in the restaurant.
Took a long time to get drinks.

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vipUMRowe
Detroit
20 reviews
Dined on January 6, 2018
Overall4food4service5ambience4

Opened without much fanfare and connected to the Troy Lanes (essentially the food and drink operation for the bowling alley), I did not expect much. I was pleasantly surprised. Positives included:
> Great, rotating craft beer list
> Interesting/innovative craft cocktails
> Really good pub food -- with decent variety of options
> Sleek and modern atmosphere -- with large farm tables -- great for big groups
> Very friendly and attentive service
> Very reasonable prices/good value

Had a mixed group of 9 adults and teenagers and all found something they liked on the menu and enjoyed their pre-bowling meal. Don't be fooled by the outside look (plain/industrial), this is a surprisingly nice place inside. A bit loud for a first date (bowling alley noise adjacent), but definitely a fun place for groups. Planning on returning in the future.

FAQs

Eats & Crafts offers takeout which you can order by calling the restaurant at (248) 879-8124.

Eats & Crafts is rated 3.5 stars by 13 OpenTable diners.

Yes, you can generally book this restaurant by choosing the date, time and party size on OpenTable. Due to local restrictions, this restaurant may not be accepting reservations at the moment.