Detroit’s Book Tower, which was recently dramatically restored, is soon to be hopping with several new and snazzy restaurants for dining and bars to be opened in the summer and fall of this year. According to Click On Detroit officials have revealed that a pub, a bar, a rooftop cocktail lounge, and two restaurants are coming to Detroit’s Book Tower later this year.
By the end of summer, Le Suprême and Bar Rotunda will be open. And, in the fall, Hiroki-San, Sakazuki, and Kamper’s are scheduled to open. Let’s take a look at what folks can look forward to.
Le Suprême – Detroit Book Tower
Le Suprême will feature classic French fare. Food will be served in the newly renovated tower’s dining room, outside, at the bar, or in a small private dining area. Guests can either enter via the Rotunda or off of Washington Blvd.
The menu features French dishes and pastries and there will be a full bar. The bar will offer more than 300 wines and champagnes to choose from. Inside the eatery is elegant and bright featuring soft lighting and wood accents.
Bar Rotunda will be an all-day café and wine bar. It will feature coffee, pastries, small plates, wine, and cocktails. Set under the Detroit Book Tower’s marble-arched skylight, the Bar Rotunda will serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
With a design reminiscent of the cafes and hotel bars of 20th Century Paris, Bar Rotunda is bright and airy with floor-to-ceiling windows and dramatically high ceilings. Randall Cook, CEO and Co-Founder of Method Co said of the design, “Dating back to the 18th century, Detroit’s rich French history and its unparalleled contributions to the American manufacturing and music industries were attributes that we wanted to celebrate with the conception of Le Supreme and Bar Rotunda.” (Via 4 News Detroit.)
Hiroki-San is set on the lower level of the Book Tower. Opening in the fall, Hiroki-San will also feature izakaya- and omakase-style dining. From a rendering obtained by News 4 Detroit, we can see that Hiroki-San will possess an atmosphere that strongly resembles a Japanese pagoda or Buddhist temple with heavy wood accents.
Opening in the fall on Book Tower’s ground level, Sakazuki will be a casual sake and sando pub. It will offer a menu of Japanese drinks.
Kamper’s – Detroit
Kamper’s will be on the 14th floor of the Book Tower and will obviously feature wonderful views of Downtown Detroit and will be an indoor/outdoor cocktail lounge. So, the name is an ode Book Tower’s original architect, Louis Kamper.
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