2633 W. Marquette Woods Road
Stevensville, MI 49127
Phone: (269) 428-4888
Fax: (269) 428-9888
2633 W. Marquette Woods Road, Stevensville, MI, US, 49127
- Phone: (269) 428-4888
- Fax: (269) 428-9888
Bars & Cafes
Timothy O'Toole's transcends the definition of a typical sports bar, with 70 television screens broadcasting major athletic and sporting events. This Irish bar is located underground and offers more than 45 beers on tap. Guests can enjoy bottled beer like Sheeps Rebel Kent The First Amber and Big Sky Moose Drool Brown Ale. Their champagne cocktails include Pama Punch, Mango Mimosa and Hummingbird. Their Pumpkin Coffee and Hot Peppermint Patty are warming during a chilly winter. Their spirits are complemented by snacks like Goat Cheese Quesadilla and Kettle Chips. After a round of drinks, patrons can test their talents at comedy or karaoke, play pool or revel in their groovy live music.
Known for offering some of the best tapas in town, this place has moved from its earlier locale over on Fullerton, and has maintained the same popular tapas recipes. At this incarnation called Sol y Nieve, you can choose from over 40 regular selections of mini Spanish appetizers, plus some daily specials. You can partake of entrees, too, but, whether you are being festive with a large group or romantic with your partner, it's always nicer to nibble from many little platters than one big. The atmosphere is lively and colorful, with booths and tables in two spacious rooms.
Tucked inside the Drake Hotel, Coq D'Or is one of the city's most elegant bars. It is not hard to believe that this dimly lit bar with its old world charm dates back to the early 1930s. Order up a martini, find a cozy table and bask in the swank of this experience. The menu features limited seafood selections, including a rich, flavorful clam chowder that is particularly satisfying on a cold day.
Located in the famous Drake Hotel, the Cape Cod room offers simple New England-style seafood that comforts without weighing you down. The clam chowder is creamy and warming, the broiled scrod is fresh and flavorful and the oyster bar serves up a refreshing accompaniment to dry martinis. The surroundings conjure images of a seaside saloon, with six seats available right at the oyster bar. Don't skip the turtle soup.
This is fine dining on the Mag Mile, without having to go overboard on the cash or the clothes. Right next door to the posh cafe is its smart, sophisticated and casual sister Spiaggia. And don't worry casual still means stylish, exquisite decor. The Chef Partner Tony Mantuano and Executive Chef Missy Robbins have teamed up to create a fantastic menu with items including Gamberi Al Forno Con Rosmarino, Aglio E Cannellini (Wood-roasted shrimp with rosemary, garlic, and white beans) and Branzino In Acqua Pazza (Oven-poached fillet of striped bass in a spicy broth with thyme and sauteed spinach). Don't miss the pasta dishes. Cafe Spiaggia opens at 6pm from Monday to Thursday, at 5:30pm on Friday and Saturday and at 6pm on Sunday.
This steakhouse is magnanimous both in menu offerings and ambiance. Capital Grille serves up a radical selection of entrees, including dry-aged sirloin steak. Try the fresh grilled Norwegian salmon fillet with dill mayonnaise or appetizers such as the cold shellfish platter. Steps away from The Looking Glass Theater, this place is the perfect spot to discuss the subtle nuances of a play over a delicious meal. Accompany these savories with a glass of wine for a close-to-perfect culinary experience.
When hunger strikes during your Magnificent Mile shopping spree, enjoy a home-cooked meal at Frankie's 5th Floor Pizzeria, an Italian country abode nestled in one of the area's many shopping malls. Known for homemade pastas, thin-crust pizzas, chicken and seafood dishes, this is probably the only "home" that serves its meals in the living room, sun room, patio and barn. Scrumptious delights and relaxed ambiance, what more could you ask for!
"A Taste of Italy...Unchained!" With more than three locations in Chicago, this place is all Italian, all the time. Except for dinner. Sopraffina Marketcaffe in Aon Center is for breakfast and lunch only and caters to a large number of professionals with generous sandwiches, salads, pastas and pizzas. The decor is predictably Italian-themed, with tastefully bland portraits of old farmers and bowls of fruit hanging adorning its walls. The tables, like any authentic Italian caffe, can be too close together at times and fill up quickly.
Above the Armenian restaurant Sayat Nova, this neighborhood pub and gay bar is dark and filled with denizens who visit the place with a regularity frightening to even the most jaded of barflies. The busiest hours are right after the workday finishes until approximately 20:00, no doubt in part because of the scarcity of bars in the area. The place picks up again after the bar-hopping crowd finds its way home.
Some words of inspiration from football legend Mike Ditka—"The will to win means nothing without the will to prepare." So let's prepare by eating a good meal at this supper club that doubles as a hall-of-fame to the former coach of the Chicago Bears. The walls are lined with tributes and Ditka's personal mementos. Try one of these original dishes—French Onion and Sauerkraut "Hangover Soup," Black and Blue Tuna "Puttanesca," Training Table Pot Roast or Cowboy T-bone with Soupy Red Beans. Even though he is no longer associated with a Chicago team, for Chicago fans, Iron Mike will always be "Da Coach," so why not make a reservation and check out his place?
And you thought old Ralph Lauren only sold clothes and brewed perfume! Plush and wood-trimmed, RL aims, and succeeds, at achieving a sophisticated, club-like atmosphere. Here among the darkly dressed walls, you can experience Ralph's taste in things gastronome. Menu items include insalata romana—romaine leaves, parmigiano and classic caesar dressing, and fettuccinealla trapanese—homemade pasta, vine-ripened tomatoes, extra virgin olive oil and basil.
Long before Rush Street became tourist central, there was Pippin's Tavern. Since 1949, this has been a casual sports bar catering to the after work crowd. Within its cramped, woody interior, you will find a pinball machine, a couple of video games, a juke box and a TV constantly tuned to sports. In terms of food, Pippin's offers free peanuts (the shells litter the floor) and a good size menu of various sandwiches at reasonable prices. For a laid-back escape from the typical Rush Street crowd of tourists and yuppies, you cannot go wrong here.