Wright & Co. Detroit
It was Friday night . . . girls’ night out and Wright & Co. — well. . . you had me at hello . . .
The beauty of the interior alone is worth the trip.
Wright & Co. seemed to represent the pulse of the city last night . . . a racing pulse . . . an active, lively, I’m-in-♥ sort of pulse. Wright is situated on the second floor of a Dan Gilbert owned building, directly above the newly opened John Varvatos menswear store, and Wright’s wall of windows are ideal for a view of city below in all her beautiful, dynamic glory.
When we arrived, we were told it would be about an hour for a table, but after just a few minutes, we snagged newly-departed seats — in my opinion — the best seats at the far end of bar, closest to the windows on the world that is Detroit. Even if you prefer a table — at least get a drink at the bar and watch these bartenders in action, clearly having a lot of fun on the job, thereby making your night that much more enjoyable. And the drinks they’re mixing — well, they aren’t just tappin’ beer.
Okay, onto why you’re reading, right? The food . . .we shared several items, which allowed us to taste more, but let me tell, I will.be.back. ’cause there are so many other enticing items on the menu that need my attention!
Wright & Co. personifies the
hope of resurgence of the City of Detroit. Detroit . . . has arrived. So come down with your family and friends . . . fall in love with Detroit and Wright & Co. and while you’re at it, share some delectable food and some mighty fine cocktails.
On a side note, a Google search of the oh so yummy Ditalini pasta revealed none other than the recipe – compliments of Hour Detroit so oh yeah, I will be trying it. http://www.hourdetroit.com/Hour-Detroit/April-2015/Italian-Mashup/
1500 Woodward, Second Floor, Detroit