At the corner of Monroe and Beaubien in the heart of Greektown, the Music Menu doesn't serve flaming cheese. Instead, patrons ... More
At the corner of Monroe and Beaubien in the heart of Greektown, the Music Menu doesn't serve flaming cheese. Instead, patrons get hot rhythm and blues and sometimes jazz or rock, six nights a week. The menu includes some Cajun dishes but runs to standard burgers-and-salads bar food. In this rather intimate setting, the patrons usually get into the act. Performers know that the tradition includes playing requests from the lively audience. Because of the crowds in Greektown, this place is usually packed on weekends.
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