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Service Area | Rochester Bars & Restaurants

Rochester, Michigan is a small city on the outskirts of Metro Detroit with a population of just under 13,000. It is known for its remarkable architecture such as the Royal Park Hotel, the Western Knitting Mills building, the Opera House, and the Rochester Grain Elevator. It is also known for its extensive parks and nature trails such as the Paint Creek trails and the Rochester Municipal Park where they host free annual events such as the Art & Apples Festival, the Heritage Festival, and their summer concert series. They also have a vibrant downtown district that is great for shopping and taking a load off. While you're in Rochester, here are some of our favorite places to sit down for a drink or a bite to eat in the remarkable small city.

 

The Meeting House

Just as it's name suggests, The Meeting House is a remarkable spot in Rochester that is perfect for the citizens of Rochester to meet up and enjoy meetings, study groups, or even just a friendly hang out session with their close friends. It is a neighborhood restaurant that focuses on an approachable and yet unique American cuisine with warm, thoughtful service and an atmosphere that is consistently inviting and just plain awesome! When you head over to The Meeting House we recommend you get started with the Deviled Eggs and go with the Lobster & Shrimp Ragout for your entree!

Location:
301 S Main St
Rochester, MI 48307
Phone:
(248)759-4825

Rochester Mills Beer Co.

After opening their doors in 1998, the Rochester Mills Beer Co. started brewing a myriad of different handcrafted lagers & ales, much to the delight of the beer enthusiasts living in Rochester, and those who would visit Rochester throughout the year. Their menu included a unique and diverse spread of American cuisine items made with delicious fresh ingredients such as appetizers, salads, pizzas, pastas, sandwiches, and entrees. They have an outdoor patio, ppol tables, and frequent live entertainment. If you head in to Rochester Mills Beer Co. then we suggest you get started with the Brewer's Bread app or the Sweet Potato Wedges, and either finish off with an expertly crafted pizza or the Fish or Chicken Tacos!

Location:
400 Water St Ste 101
Rochester, MI 48307
Phone:
(248)650-5080

Downtown Cafe

One of the most beloved spots to grab breakfast in Rochester by both residents of the city and tourists, Downtown Cafe is unanimously a win on all fronts. If you're hungry in the morning then you need to head over to Downtown Cafe on Main Street to satisfy that craving. The food is absolutely remarkable, and the menu is surprisingly diverse. The staff is friendly and diligent and they will be sure to ensure that you are always satisfied and being tended to regularly. You will never have an empty glass when it comes to Downtown Cafe, and you can count on that! The atmosphere is the perfect place that you'd want to get your day started.

Location:
606 N Main St
Rochester, MI 48307
Phone:
(248)652-6680

 

Rochester Chop House

Around since the early 90's, The Rochester Chop House serves the heart of Rochester with an elegant, classy setting that provides upscale service and premium steaks, chops, seafood, and wines. They frequently have live entertainment with their live piano, and the decor is beautiful with white linens and decoration that is sophisticated and remarkable. If you happen to head into Rochester Chop House for lunch then we recommend you get started with the French Onion Soup Crock and finish off with with New England Cod Sandwich. For dinner, though you should get started with the Mussels Diablo and finish off with the Excalibur Style steak, definitely!

Location:
306 S Main St
Rochester, MI 48307
Phone:
(248)651-2266

Kruse & Muer on Main

Whether you have been far and wide, trying all sorts of different restaurants and eclectic dishes, you will have a hard time finding a place that gets it quite as right as the folks at Kruse & Muer on Main Street do. The food tastes like stuff only the richest people should be able to afford, and it is wildly reasonably priced when that is considered. The service is friendly and relaxed, and you won't feel like you don't belong as every single person that walks through the door is welcomed warmly and treated like royalty. If you head in for lunch we suggest you get started with the Maryland Stuffed Mushrooms and finish off with the Michigan Fettucine. For dinner, you should get started with the Tuna Tostada and finish off with the Gulf Shrimp Scampi. Also, those who require a gluten-free menu will be pleased with their fine selection of gluten-free items!

Location:
327 S Main St
Rochester, MI 48307
Phone:
(248)652-9400

Penny Black

Considered a friendly neighborhood restaurant & bar with house smoked barbeque, a hip & upbeat energy, and a warm atmosphere complete with a dated design, rustic funiture, and modern lights with flat screen televisions, Penny Black is a remarkable blend of old and new. They specialize in Southern style entrees, remarkably unique and expertly-crafted cocktails, specialty martinis, and 24 different tap handles with the best beer selections around, Penny Black is one of the most popular spots in all of Rochester. They frequently have live entertainment within their midst that make an experience at Penny Black even better. If you head in we strongly suggest you get started with the Fried Avocado or the pictured Texas Tots, and finish off with the Smokehouse Platter or the Chorizo Carbonara Penne! No matter what you choose, you are certain to have a great meal at Penny Black!

Location:
124 W 4th St
Rochester, MI 48307
Phone:
(248)841-1522