The downtown area of Detroit is home to one of its most stunning locations, which offers sweeping views of Woodward. 1500 Woodward, a Gordon W. Lloyd design, was constructed for the F.J. the Schwankovsky Company, a music instrument retailer. It was finished in 1891 and situated between Grand Circus Park and Campus Martius Park on Detroit’s Woodward Avenue’s expanding periphery. After The Schwankovsky Company fell out of business a few decades after the building debuted, the Wright-Kay jewelry company occupied the space from 1920 to 1978.
Wright & Company’s Executive Chef Kyle Schutte and James Beard nominated Chef/Partner Marc Djozlija develop seasonal menus based on the idea of crafted shared meals. A large selection of drinks is offered at the bar and restaurant on the second level of a historic building in Downtown Detroit, but there is also a separate space for mocktails. The non-alcoholic selection includes the Never Been Kissed (cucumber, strawberry, pineapple juice, lemon juice, Casamara Club) and Monroe Street (macerated apples, vanilla tea, lemon, white grape, cinnamon, black walnut, burnt rosemary).
Choose one of Detroit’s most stunning locations to host your next group outing. The historic Wright Kay building has an open floor design and provides sweeping views of the city. With a pre-selected menu, Wright & Company can serve parties of up to 16 people in the main dining area. Although they don’t have a private dining area, the restaurant is open for large format events such as buyouts and happy hours, for which they will work with you to design unique, customized experiences. On request, relevant food and beverage spending minimums are given.
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