- 410 S. Washington, Royal Oak, MI, 48067
- Overall User Rating:
- (4 ratings)
- 11 a.m.-midnight Mon.-Thu., 11 a.m.-2 a.m. Fri., 10 a.m.-2 a.m. Sat., 10 a.m.- midnight Sun.
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Why? No gimmicks.
Just delicious food at solid prices and a great atmosphere for hanging out or for formal dining.
Lily's is a spacious, tan-wood-accented restaurant with exposed brick walls and a high ceiling equipped with lots of comfy booths and tables in the center and bar area. As part of the scene, local artists works are featured on its walls.
The rear of the restaurant is highlighted by a glass-walled in-house brewery where the four year-round beers and three seasonal beers served at the restaurant are made.
The term seafood can scare diners -- fearful of high-priced items -- away. No need to worry at Lily’s which has quality food at all price levels.
Chef Scott Brown assembles everything from scratch going out of his way to cater to his devoted customer base.
The menu is stocked with familiar items jazzed up with a touch of character and individuality from the kitchen. Like the Grandma Lily’s crabby pork chops stuffed with Maryland jumbo lump crab meat and panko encrusted then sautéed or the three-cheese ravioli and salmon in chipotle cream.
Brown also makes lunch and dinner specials everyday using select varieties of fish prepared in creative ways. Lily’s also has daily happy hour and drink specials.
Brunch is a big draw on the weekends served from 10:30 a.m. until 3 p.m. on Saturdays and 10:30 a.m. until 4 p.m. on Sundays. Unique brunch creations infuse Lily’s style with the brunch format.
Items such as the Michigan cherries blintzes jubilee, stuffed with cheese and topped with Michigan cherry sauce, salmon hash and eggs, quiches and more are very popular. All brunch menu items are under $10.
The brunch menu also features the build-your-own bloody Mary bar, invented at Lily’s, where you can assemble your own bloody Marys and mimosas.