Caucus Club Restaurant

150 W Congress St DetroitMI48226
Payment Methods: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, Cash
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Caucus Club Resturaunt is located at 150 W Congress St, Detroit, MI. This business specializes in Restaurants. Caucus Club Resturaunt is open Mon, 11:05am-8pm; Tue, 11:05am-8pm; Wed, 11:05am-8pm; Thu, 11:05am-8pm; Fri, 11:05am-9pm; Sat, Closed; Sun, Closed and accepts American Express, Discover, Mastercard and Visa.
by merchantcircle on December 20, 2018 from merchantcircle

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This downtown spot is the place where a gangly and untried Barbra Streisand got her break as a singer. Expect a dark and clubby vibe with copper and brass duck presses, stained glass panels and the feeling of a private enclave. The… Read More
by ezlocal on December 07, 2013 from ezlocal
First Taste: The Caucus Club:
It’s one of the remaining few the ‘old world’ restaurants in Detroit, and its legacy is paved with fine tasting food, an eclectic atmosphere, and a regard for proper service. The Caucus Club, in Downtown Detroit’s Penobscot building, has managed to survive Detroit’s economy, and demographic change, all based on its reputation and delivery.Opened in 1952, this was the sister restaurant to Lester...
by VATO on May 16, 2013 from metromix
THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Caucus Club Restaurant Review:
Opened in 1952, this downtown spot is the place where an untried Barbra Streisand got her break as a singer. Fast-forward to the more modern day: its sautéed lake perch and oysters in Champagne sauce were featured on Bobby Flay's "Food Nation." Expect a dark and clubby vibe with copper and brass duck presses, stained glass panels and the feel of a private enclave. The restaurant still serves...
by gayot on March 11, 2012 from gayot
This legendary restaurant booked Barbara Streisand before her star was born.\r:
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The Caucus Club is the last of the old-time downtown Detroit restaurants. Located on the main floor of the vintage Penobscot Building, this clubby, dimly lit restaurant has...
by by Contributor at Citysearch on June 07, 2006 from Citysearch

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As you enter the clubby Caucus Club, with it's empty magnums of French champagne, unusual paintings and antiques, Tiffany styles lamps give off a warm glow. Moving to the back room with its beautiful wood bar and English Toby Mug collection, you are sure you have stepped backin time.

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by activediner on March 25, 2013 from activediner