Hotels >Sheraton-Detroit Riverside
see reviews of hotel pontchartrain, they are one and the same. the hotel was supposedly remodeled but its like taking the waldorf astoria in new york and turning it into a super 8 motel. the building is neglected from top to bottom and is nothing like what it was. the still beautiful exterior belies what is inside and im sure you will agree if you dare set foot inside.
Classic hotel dining in the heart of downtown Detroit, right on the river..
A roomy and well-lit dining room with windows facing the Detroit waterfront afford a nice view of Canada. Cool, mod retro light fixtures and smoothly finished wood appointments define this wide-open dining room. An excellent private dining area, just off the main room and separated by curtains entertains a table of eight in gray, muted olive tones. The crowd varies, from conventioneers and downtown dwellers to locals.
The dinner menu houses a bit of everything, from standard bar-type lunch fare to well-thought-out dinner entrees. The 9-ounce filet, along with the 12-ounce "West Side" New York sirloin are mouth-watering and succulent. Half-chickens, soaked in "Sweet Baby Ray's" barbecue sauce feels like picnic food in an elegant dining arena. The tempura shrimp are large and clean, fried surprisingly lightly in batter with soy ginger sauce. Lunch includes any number of half-pound burgers, assorted sandwiches and even a Coney Island dog.
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