Caucus Club Restaurant

★★★★★
  • 150 W Congress St

    Detroit, MI 48226

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  • 313-965-4970

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My wife and I ate at The Caucus Club this past Friday night before going to the Symphony. It was not restaurant week in Detroit which may explain the reason this place was SO TERRIBLE! We arrived at about 615 pm and my first clue should

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My wife and I ate at The Caucus Club this past Friday night before going to the Symphony. It was not restaurant week in Detroit which may explain the reason this place was SO TERRIBLE! We arrived at about 615 pm and my first clue should

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I didn't know the Caucus Club was even in the Penobscot building. It was just by chance I was even in the building. I was on a date and we stopped in to see it. It was very upscale, and we decided to stay and have a bite to eat. The food was good, and the drinks were even better.

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I didn't know the Caucus Club was even in the Penobscot building. It was just by chance I was even in the building. I was on a date and we stopped in to see it. It was very upscale, and we decided to stay and have a bite to eat. The food was good, and the drinks were even better.

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Detroit needs good, solid restaurants downtown. I finally got around to going to the Caucus Club to do my bit to keep it in business. I may have been too late. There were 6 diners at 6:30 pm. I had to flag down the waiter/bar tender to find a seat (there are two entrances). We were not offered a drink: "You ready to order?" The perch was GREAT as were the ribs and the sides, which is why I feel badly about the 3-star rating. The onion soup was lukewarm (and not very good); the salads were skimpy and dreary. We were not offered coffee nor dessert. Crumbs stayed put. One drink got whisked away before it was finished. Criminy!

Old-timers said the Caucus Club was such a great place. I liked the interior, even! The place needs an infusion (more patrons? more attention to detail?--for crying out loud, the web site (history page) has 10 grammatical errors) and soon.

Go out of pity if for no other reason. Also-- it is not a $$ tab; more like $$$. We spent $75 on two drinks; two apps; one entree; and three sides. Unfortunately, not a high-value meal.

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★★★☆☆

Detroit needs good, solid restaurants downtown. I finally got around to going to the Caucus Club to do my bit to keep it in business. I may have been too late. There were 6 diners at 6:30 pm. I had to flag down the waiter/bar tender to find a seat (there are two entrances). We were not offered a drink: "You ready to order?" The perch was GREAT as were the ribs and the sides, which is why I feel badly about the 3-star rating. The onion soup was lukewarm (and not very good); the salads were skimpy and dreary. We were not offered coffee nor dessert. Crumbs stayed put. One drink got whisked away before it was finished. Criminy!

Old-timers said the Caucus Club was such a great place. I liked the interior, even! The place needs an infusion (more patrons? more attention to detail?--for crying out loud, the web site (history page) has 10 grammatical errors) and soon.

Go out of pity if for no other reason. Also-- it is not a $$ tab; more like $$$. We spent $75 on two drinks; two apps; one entree; and three sides. Unfortunately, not a high-value meal.

Pros: Clubby interior. Right downtown

Cons: Long in the tooth; subpar service;

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Along with Mario's, the Caucus Club is the last of Detroit's old school restaurants. The menu features your classic meat/fish/potatoes fare. The hamburger steak and Steak Velez (along with heaping sides of creamed spinach and hash browns) were incredible on my last visit. The ribs, I'm told, are among the best in the area. The service is as you would expect from a storied Midwestern eatery: impeccable. The wait-staff is invariably open and friendly, going above and beyond to make their guest feel at home. A must when visiting downtown Detroit.

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★★★★★

Along with Mario's, the Caucus Club is the last of Detroit's old school restaurants. The menu features your classic meat/fish/potatoes fare. The hamburger steak and Steak Velez (along with heaping sides of creamed spinach and hash browns) were incredible on my last visit. The ribs, I'm told, are among the best in the area. The service is as you would expect from a storied Midwestern eatery: impeccable. The wait-staff is invariably open and friendly, going above and beyond to make their guest feel at home. A must when visiting downtown Detroit.

Pros: Food, Staff, History

 

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