With their beautiful vantage point looking out on the action packed Campus Martius, Parc is one of the premier places to dine downtown Detroit.
They are proud to offer incredible views, through their glass walls, of the revitalization of the city and simultaneously be a part of it.
Rock and roll legends can be seen on their walls reflecting this city’s musical history.
Parc’s 3000 square foot restaurant is slammed for lunch on weekdays, brunch and dinner on the weekends.
The King Crab Tagliatelle is a bed of hand made pasta with rich creamy crab sauce topped with a beautiful centerpiece.
Braised Lamb Raghu is served with roasted onions, zucchini, feta and traditional greek spices.
Even their house salad, know here as the Chopped Salad, is really something special. It features marinated chickpeas, roasted tomatoes, pickled cauliflower, and a house made mustard vinaigrette. It’s then topped with roasted breadcrumbs.
All reserve cuts of beef are dry aged appropriately, and many of which are locally sourced. They even use locally sourced wood that burns under grill grates providing extra flavor and a beautiful sear. This Cowboy Ribeye is a whopping 24oz and is dry aged for 41 days before served.
The Grilled Rainbow Trout is caught here in Michigan and is served with butternut squash, apple pumpkin seeds, and a brown butter bourblanc sauce.