Wright & Company

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Completed in 1891, 1500 Woodward was occupied from 1920 to 1978 by the Wright-Kay jewelry firm. The Wright & Company restaurant celebrates the building’s past by referencing its history and maintaining as many original features as possible in the interior. Apart from the gorgeous décor, the restaurant also stands out thanks to its shared plates concept and exquisite menu created by Marc Djozlija, the former executive Chef at Wolfgang Puck Group’s MGM Grand Detroit.

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