- 1777 Third, Detroit, MI, 48226
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“Live, love, eat” has been the philosophy behind the success and acclaim of celebrity chef and restaurateur Wolfgang Puck ever since he created his first restaurant, Spago, in 1982. The Wolfgang Puck Grille in the MGM Grand Detroit is a clear continuation of his philosophy and vision.
Under the direction of Executive Chef Marc Djozlija, guests are treated to an experience compared to being simply handed a meal. The effort is to help change the way a person looks at food and to let it be known that one can get great food in both a fine dining and a casual atmosphere.
While Wolfgang is known for a creating cuisine with mix of French techniques with Asian and California influences, the Grille takes a refined approach to its continental menu adding a little bit of everything. The menu changes bi-seasonally, but patrons can expect to see regularly identifiable dishes throughout the year.
Guests can choose their style of dining with seating in the woodsy, mountain retreat Tavern or the dining room. For a real treat, reserve the “Chef’s Table,” a unique seating arrangement overlooking the kitchen.
Recommended for eight to 14 guests, those at the Chef’s Table will be entertained by and presented with a six-course meal designed by the Chef himself. Wolfgang Puck Grille can also devise any menu to suit the needs of those being entertained at the Chef’s Table.
In addition to participating in this year's Detroit Restaurant Week, Wolfgang Puck Grille offers an varied economical option for dining. Guests can enjoy the Tavern Menu (with entrées ranging from $8-$17) or the prefix menu, a three-course meal for $29 (offered Sunday, Wednesday and Thursday).