Who would think? Fine dining in a bowling alley! Our bus driver told us we had to go into the Majestic Bowling Alley to check out the art. We did. The art was funny, funky and unusual: 1930's style large paintings of buildings in Detroit being knocked over along with the bowling pins. They had neon incorporated into the paintings, too. The bowling alley proprietor told us to check out the art in the cafe. They were photos of jazz musicians who have played Detroit. The menu looked good, so we came back the next day for dinner. The Calamari was exquisite, the salads perfect and the entrees delightful. Prices were very reasonable , too. You will not find this combination too often.
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