Built in the 1920’s as a car dealership, the Buick building’s floor-to-ceiling windows wrap around Broadway 10 for a near-panoramic view of Automobile Alley’s cultural revival. Our location’s tradition, mixed with the modern culture of our district, is something we enjoy and a direct reflection of how we see ourselves: a polished space with a refined menu in a casual, current atmosphere.
The low, modern lines of our central bar and grand dining room allow patrons to enjoy the full impact of 8,000 square feet of carefully renovated space. Large softly lit floor lamps throughout keep each seating area cozy and retain a sense of privacy. Street-level and mezzanine private dining will afford equally gracious space and the exclusive experience of Broadway 10’s sophisticated chophouse faire.
To learn more about our fresh take on brunch, lunch and dinner, please see our menu.