The popular Birmingham spot has an extraordinary amount of brasserie Euro feel and charm. The menu has several exceptional offerings, such as the specialty 10 ounces of 28-day dry-aged beef hamburger on brioche with Cabot cheddar and onions glazed with bourbon. The Detroit spinoff is worth it for the architecture, particularly the massive retractable glass roof at this hot spot, which ramps up styled dining in Detroit. Birmingham; L & D daily, Br. Sat. & Sun. Detroit; L & D Mon.-Sat. Br. Sun.