Sometimes it’s nice to get away from the glitz and glam of modern day restaurants, and the landmark Berghoff Restaurant is just the ticket with it’s wood decor and old world feel. The Berghoff opened in 1898 as a men-only saloon serving free corned beef sammies with the purchase of a stein of Berghoff beer. Over the years it has morphed into a full service restaurant serving German American cuisine as well as more contemporary fare. 

Stuffed mushrooms with creamed spinach and parmesan cheese-

Kale Chiffonade salad with teardrop tomatoes, shredded parmesan, fingerling potato coins, and lemon oil vinaigrette-

Seared salmon with wild rice, sundried Michigan cherries, grilled asparagus, citrus vinaigrette and cherry reduction-

Salted caramel cheesecake with an almond crust-

The Berghoff Restaurant is located at 17 West Adams. Reservations can be made via phone or through the OpenTable app. 

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