What restaurants does The Westin Book Cadillac Detroit have?

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Recognized with national and local accolades since opening in 2008, Roast calls The Westin Book Cadillac Detroit home. Owned and operated by James Beard Award winner and Food Network regular Michael Symon, Roast boasts a superior wine collection and is the go-to dining spot for meat lovers in the area. This hot spot is open daily for dinner.

Also located inside the Book is 24Grille, a more casual dining option offering classic American fare and regional specialties. A wide selection of Michigan brews are on tap, and 24Grille houses the only champagne bar in the state.

The Detroit hotel’s own Boulevard Room is open daily for breakfast and lunch. The restaurant’s menu features several dishes, such as Michigan corn crab cakes, that incorporate locally grown produce.

The Motor Bar, located on the hotel’s second floor adjacent to check-in, is open daily for cocktails — many of them classics, such as the melon ball — and light appetizers and snacks. The bar offers an initial glimpse into the stately architecture and design that made the hotel famous in the first half of the 20th century.

WBC Gourmet Grab & Go is a super-casual breakfast and lunch nook in the hotel lobby where guests can grab a quick smoothie, muffin, cup of soup or sandwich to go.

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