Behind its impressive brick-built architectural church-like structure, 220 is a Restaurant, Bar, Champagne Bar, Patio, & Club combined into one. It is called "220 Restaurant," but many people call it "220." It is very popular, and the Patio & Bar volume is often crowded throughout the week. Inside of the restaurant, are distinctive painting portrayals of musical legends, as well as catchy paintings from an unidentified local artist (signature is undecipherable at this time) that shows signs of being influenced by Vincent Van Gogh. This restaurant is also larger in capacity, and one will find an additional spacey dining area next to the kitchen. The staffs also wear a tie with a catchy "220" imprinted logo.
220 is well known for its Bar and Patio
220 offers a selection of drinks, from Wine, Beer, and Featured Cocktail drinks. I ended up choosing Pom Gin Fizz, which is made from Bombay Sapphire Gin, Pama Pomegranate Liqueur, and Club Soda, which tasted delicious and sweet in taste. I may consider Tito's and Club Soda on my next visit.
Pom Gin Fizz
Goat Cheese & Foraged Mushrooms
Stone Hearth Pizza (Entree)
I was curious to try the Goat Cheese & Foraged Mushrooms pizza, since I recently enjoyed the mushrooms in my recent homemade Veggie Stir Fry, and I also know that Goat Cheese tastes great with Salad and is much lower in sodium than Feta Cheese.
Goat Cheese & Foraged Mushrooms pizza: Creamy Goat Cheese, Foraged & Local Mushrooms, Roasted Red Pepper, Garlic Truffle Oil, and Arugula.
I was really appreciative of the Arugula leaves that were topped on the pizza. What makes this pizza relatively unique, is that Goat Cheese are pasted up, and distributed throughout the pizza. The Garlic Truffle Oil really added the enjoyable flavor to taste, and I found that I loved the way that the mushrooms and roasted red peppers tasted together.
220 Hours of operation
The hours vary throughout the week for 220, and here are the details for their hours of operation:
To book a reservation, 220's phone number is (248) 646-2000.
Additional info on the Club & Parking
The Club is located in the basement level of 220, and has a relaxing atmospheric vibe. It is open during the weekends, on Friday and Saturday nights. Conveniently, there is a parking structure next door, which makes it relatively easy to enter the venue establishment. Additional and new details to be updated soon.