DETROIT – When you think of the food scene in Downtown Detroit, you probably think about the lack of fine dining options.
I’m kidding, of course. There are plenty. And the new eatery opening this weekend in Detroit is leaning into the posh of it all.
The new restaurant, Cash Only Supper Club, is opening its doors below Prime & Proper in Capitol Park on Friday, and it’s swanky, to say the least. It’s a fine food and live entertainment venue with a 7+ course menu for $175 per person, with drinks à la carte. The menu will change every month.
The new establishment has a strict dress code, too: A strict fancy cocktail to black-tie dress code will be enforced, and a dinner jacket will be required for all gentlemen.
For a couple, at $175 per person without drinks, your tab could easily hit $400.
The restaurant comes from the Heirloom Hospitality group and its founder, Jeremy Sasson. The group also owns and operates Townhouse Birmingham, Townhouse Detroit, Prime & Proper.
Cash Only Supper Club’s opening menu features Lobster Tartelette, Uni Crispy Rice, A5 Miyazaki Wagyu, King Crab Vera Cruz, Short Rib on the Bone, Salmon & Sorrel, along with a tableside “Cash Caesar” and Truffle Risotto. The restaurant also features a robust liquor, wine, and cocktail program.
“Our team is excited to introduce what we believe to be a one-of-a-kind and hyper-sensory fine-dining experience found nowhere else in Detroit, where the sophistication and quality of food, tableside service, and ambiance will be unmatched,” said Sasson. “Stepping into Cash Only Supper Club, you’ll feel a nostalgic, yet modern, sense of time, where the atmosphere is intimate, the crowd is posh, and you can actually taste the glamour. We believe there will be no better place to celebrate your special occasions.”
Each night, guests will enjoy live entertainment experiences featuring local and regional singers and musicians. Detroit artist Ben Sharkey and his band will headline opening weekend.
To start, Cash Only Supper Club will only be open on Friday and Saturday nights, and reservations are required.