Troy >Shula's Steak House
Not too shabby. Not a bad steakhouse. It does not top Morton's, but a fine business dinner place with a nice wine selection. Steaks are decent and the food is fresh. Nice interior that is a bit less chaotic than its upscale rivals. Hotel setting is somewhat questionable, though.
Another Shula Winning Team. Upscale and expensive, but what a wonderful place to dine. Great steaks--My favorite is the Prime Rib, but I can be talked into the Filet mignon rather easily. Great bar, and a great wait staff that is efficient but unobtrusive. Coach Shula created another winning team in this location.
Spend your dough on Big Beaver?. I did...and a lot of it. Big disappointment. For starters, us "Downriver Rats" were shoved into a back room to dine so no one could see us. Excuse us for not shopping on Rodeo Drive. The waiter pushes around a cart which has various cuts of meat as well as a live lobster on it. Personally, I don't like the idea of "getting to know" my lobster before it's dropped into boiling water. I ordered the cheapest cut of beef, which was $35. Everything is sold A La Carte. My steak was unseasoned (yuk) and slighty overcooked. Am I being too picky? I don't think so. For what my entire meal cost, I was expecting someone to feed and burp me. Baked potato? I think that was $6. I also ordered steamed broccoli...it was delicious, but not at all worth the $6 price tag. Okay service, overpriced food.
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