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New steakhouse opens

Sullivan’s Steakhouse, a lively neighborhood steakhouse chain with a modern twist, has opened its doors in Detroit. The restaurant is located in the space formerly occupied by Michael Symon’s Roast, which closed in January of 2022. The 9,300 square-foot restaurant is inside the Westin Book Cadillac and is the brand’s first location in Michigan and 15th in the United States. The steakhouse offers guests bone-in and hand-cut steaks, fresh seafood and signature cocktails with the sounds of live, local jazz music in a friendly, familiar atmosphere. “Detroit is such a unique city with rich traditions and a storied history. It cannot be matched and we are excited to be a part of this community,” said Nishant Machado, president and chief executive officer of Dividend Restaurant Group. “When it came time to decide on where to open our newest Sullivan’s Steakhouse, the choice was simple. We look forward to serving up our world-class dining experience to the fine people of the Motor City for years to come.” Sullivan’s Steakhouse seats more than 285 guests and features main, patio and private dining areas that set the stage for Sullivan’s menu of classic cuisine, which includes appetizers such as the steakhouse’s iconic cheesesteak egg rolls, made with tender filet mignon, and an array of decadent cuts of steak, cooked to order, including an A5 wagyu strip, the rarest of all beef. An expansive indoor bar serves as the backdrop for live jazz music and Sullivan’s happy hour that offers guests a menu of bar bites that pair perfectly with an array of signature cocktails, such as the knockout martini which is inspired by the steakhouse’s namesake, boxer John Sullivan. 1128 Washington Boulevard


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