Stepping inside the Apparatus Room located in the Detroit Foundation Hotel, one can’t help but marvel at the perfect blend of historical details and modern design. Arched windows and an ultra-high ceiling make the restaurant feel airy and welcoming, while refined decor details enhance its chic character. And the food’s not too shabby, either. Chef Thomas Lents has previously won the impressive two-star Michelin rating while working as an Executive Chef at Sixteen in Chicago. Safe to say, this restaurant should definitely be at the top of your list.

Apparatus Room

  • 250 W Larned St, Detroit, MI 48226, United States

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