The Whitney Coupons and Deals
The Fine Print
Reservations are not accepted in Ghost Bar. Limit one voucher per couple per visit. Not valid on major holidays or holiday weekends. Not valid Oct. 31, 2013, Dec. 31, 2013 or during Auto Show Week (Jan. 17-26). Limit one voucher purchase per person; may buy additional as gifts. Valid for two diners only. Valid in Ghost Bar only. Dine-in only. An automatic 20% gratuity and 6% sales tax will be added to the full value of the check.
"'Be sure to go upstairs' for drinks ('the bartenders have great ghost stories')," says Zagat, while Fodor's calls the mansion's cuisine a top reason to visit Detroit.
Why You Should Go: They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but between rushing to work or scrambling to get the kids ready for school, most of us end up with an abridged version of the day’s first meal, if anything at all. Instead, break your routine and do your mind and body a favor with breakfast at the beautiful, historic Whitney. What You Should Know: Since 1894, the Whitney mansion has been one of Detroit’s most recognizable icons, whether it was serving as a private home, medical building or restaurant. While the ornate beauty of this 52-room mansion alone is worth seeing, a perfectly crafted breakfast menu also happens to make The Whitney one of the city’s top spots for the first meal of the day. Enjoy a Tableside Omelet made your way, the Eggs Nantucket (poached eggs on jumbo lump crab cakes with fennel hollandaise sauce), or the Cinnamon Roll French Toast, and revel in a meal neither your eyes nor stomach will soon forget.
Skeletons can't appreciate sophisticated cuisine -- they just don't have the stomach for it. But with All Hallows' Eve just around the corner, it's about time you plan your holiday meal. Pay $99 for one admission to "Halloween Dinner with The Whitney's: A Paranormal Adventure," held from 7 to 10:30 p.m. Located in the heart of Detroit's cultural district, this 52-room mansion has been standing since 1894. Explore its storied rooms and sunny garden on the way to the formal dining room, which features exquisite woodwork and vintage Tiffany stained glass windows. You might even spot a ghost or two roaming the halls...