Restaurateur extraordinaire Frank Taylor (Seldom Blues, Detroit Breakfast House & Grill) has opened a new place in Paradise Valley (formerly known as "Harmonie Park). The website has a wonderful description of what is available:
Metro Detroiters have long enjoyed fresh fish and seafood. At the turn of the century, oyster bars dotted corners along the burgeoning downtown area. In keeping with that legacy, the Detroit Fish Market @ Paradise Valley is proud to offer the freshest fish and seafood. Our purveyors deliver a wonderful selection of the freshest catch to our restaurant daily. Whether it is from the shores of New England or the depths of the Atlantic, we are dedicated to serving the highest quality cuisine, matched with the perfect wine. At the Detroit Fish Market, we believe that a great lunch or dinner enjoyed with family, friends or colleagues should be fun and reasonably priced. We have created a unique ambience that celebrates the turn- of- the- century architecture of the historic building that houses our restaurant with touches of contemporary flare. Lunchtime finds sunlight streaming in through our floor- to- ceiling windows overlooking downtown’s Paradise Valley, once known as Harmonie Park. In the evening, the glow of antique street lamps illuminate polished wood floors, 15-ft high wood ceilings and warm mahogany toned booths lining the perimeter of our restaurant with curtains that can be pulled for privacy. Wood tabletops add to our casual, upbeat and chic atmosphere. City and suburbs, eastside and west, metro Detroiters and Windsorites bask in the glow of a delicious, fresh and simply prepared meal.There is a dowloadable menu and wine list; and relaxation is available in the adjacent lounge.
1435 Randolph Street in Paradise Valley - Detroit | (313) 963-3003 | M-Th 11:30a