2537 Rochester Court
Troy, MI 48083
Phone: (248) 689-7500
Fax: (248) 689-9015
Bars & Cafes
For a taste of the Islands' most flavorful cuisine, try Bahama Breeze. One of the nation's leading Caribbean-inspired restaurants, Bahama Breeze has tropical atmosphere, high ceilings, rich woods and palm tree decor. Expect bold and spicy flavors with each meal presented in a way that is as eye-catching as it is appetizing. Whether it's the Chicken Quesadilla or the seafood or any one of countless other entrees and desserts, you will always be satisfied at Bahama Breeze. With more than 50 brands of beer by the bottle, island-style drinks with plenty of fresh squeezed juice, you will be sure to slake your thirst. The Bahamarita, Bahama's signature frozen margarita, is a must.
Located a little away from downtown Troy, Kona beckons with a superb menu of Asian and American specialties, as well as some of the freshest sushi you'll find in town. The diverse menu offers a good choice ranging from meat specialties like the Hawaiian Ribeye to seafood delights like sweet-chili glazed salmon. There is a definite pan-Asian influence to the menu with classic preparations like miso soup, edamame and pad thai. House favorites include the Thai Beef Noodle salad, Lemon-Garlic Shrimp Penne and many more. A selection of hearty sandwiches cater to lighter appetites. The sushi selection is a delight and offers a great choice ranging from classic favorites to their signature rolls. Try their assorted sushi for a bit of everything. The bar offers a stunning array of drinks, with the well-mixed cocktails deserving a mention. Happy Hours offer great deals throughout the week and the outdoor patio is an airy delight. Comfortable and spacious interiors make it a great place to go with a group. A separate selection of menus make it great to host private functions.
This is for those of you who find bowling fun. 5-Star Lanes, located between Dequindre and Ryan Roads, is a posh sports bar and bowling alley that comprises of fifty synthetic lanes. Apart from enjoyable bowling, you can also put all your sports-cravings to rest by playing billiards here. Moreover, sports events being aired on TV can be enjoyed with some great grub alongside. You can also catch the leagues and parties held here from time to time.
Don't let P.F. Chang's shopping mall location, informal atmosphere and low prices fool you, it is a good Chinese restaurant. The Cantonese duck, pan-fried noodles, Malaysian chicken and fried eggplant are popular entrees. The beers and desserts come from both East and West. They also offer a range of vegetarian and gluten-free dishes to cater to those with dietary restrictions. The decor features reproductions of Chinese art, including models of the clay soldiers of ancient Xian.
The delightful chain of steak and seafood restaurants has been tantalizing the local palate wherever it has set foot, and Troy is no exception. A tasteful brick-exposed façade greets you to the restaurant, standing close to some excellent shopping options in the Somerset Collection. The atmosphere inside is no less graceful, with beautiful wood panelling and artistic ceiling lanterns creating a comfortable, yet elegant vibe. Choose from a stellar menu featuring some of the finest meat cuts and diverse seafood choices. Prime aged steaks and the freshest seafood with a focus on local sourcing form the core of the restaurant's kitchen philosophy. Start off with the delightful seafood appetizers featuring classics like Lump Crab Cake and Steamed Mussels. A good choice of pasta entices lighter appetites. Mains comprise the succulent steaks ranging from the Filet Mignon to the New York Strip along with a superb range of seafood preparations. Signature specialities include the Maine Lobster Bisque and the Clam Chowder. Finish off with any of the sinful desserts for a satisfying experience.
Camp Ticonderoga is a large and comfortable hunting lodge without the guns. The décor is rough-hewn wood and sporting prints, and ample portions of beef, wild game and both fresh and salt water fish are the fare. Try the steaks, ribs or venison; if you are feeling more adventurous, order a dish with boar or bear. There are pool tables for patrons who wish to play before or after their meal and a bar and a fireplace on both floors of this sprawling establishment.
Ray's Ice Cream has been family owned and operated since 1958. Located in Royal Oak, this quaint shop is a homey blast from the past. All their ice cream is made in house, and they feature flavors such as Mackinac Island Fudge, Detroit Club Coffee, Orange Pineapple, White Russian and Huckleberry. Prices are a bit higher than what you might expect for an ice cream parlor, but the portions are huge and warrant the extra cost.
With neon green sign boards, Duggan's Irish Pub is hard to miss in the usually sedate Royal Oak neighborhood. Conveniently located, it is frequented by locals trying to relax after a hard day's work and indulge in some good humored revelry. The menu consists of locally popular dishes and the bar houses some of the best brewed beers on tap. Worth mentioning are its St. Patty's Day celebrations that go on way past the regular closing time. If you want to have a good time, the way all-knowing locals do, head to Duggan's right away.
This fun local hangout is a great place to spend your night. The crowd is lively, especially on Wednesdays through Saturdays, when On the Rocks features karaoke and DJs. The place exudes a fun vibe, while the paper lanterns strewn across the ceilings provide a nice touch. In addition to a full bar, On the Rocks also serves food, mainly of the standard pub variety, but it is tasty nonetheless!
Their motto is "You are a stranger here but once!" and it's certainly true - the friendly staff at this cozy watering hole will make you feel right at home. In addition to drinks, they also offer a small but tasty menu of standard pub fare (the burgers are particularly good). Thursdays and Saturdays are designated karaoke nights, so grab a mic and strut your stuff! Be sure to check the website for additional information and upcoming events.
Enjoy steaks at it's best here in Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar. The restaurant offers its customers a wonderful dining experience, with not just great food, but excellent service too. Fleming's is an upscale restaurant, so the food is priced high. But the meats served here are the best cuts and are flavored and cooked to perfection. Try out the Porcini Rubbed Filet Mignon and the Double Thick Pork Rib Chop.
Tallulah is a beautifully simplistic bistro and wine bar that became quite popular amongst Birmingham denizens since it opened in 2010. The wine takes precedence here, which is followed by the lovely cuisine which changes according to the seasons. Expect fresh, seasonal ingredients in this farm to table establishment, with a focus on sustainable and organic practices in its dishes like tomato risotto, fresh oysters and espresso spiced duck breast. If you're not sure which wine to order, the experienced wait staff will direct you to the best pairing. For a delectable evening of wining and dining in Birmingham, look no further than Tallulah Wine Bar and Bistro.