Wright & Co.

Row 1

1500 Woodward Ave Fl 2 (at John R St)
Detroit, MI 48226
(313) 962-7711
Cocktail, Tapas
$ $ $
Mon–Thu: 4:00 PM–Midnight Fri–Sat: 4:00 PM–2:00 AM

Foursquare Tips

  • Try the gin based classic Detroit drink "the last word". Not on the menu and it's excellent.
  • Banana cream dessert was excellent!
  • The pork belly sliders and the crispy shrimp were my favorites.
  • Get there very early, before 5:45 pm, our you'll be waiting for a table for over an hour. Oh, and they don't take reservations.
  • The food and drinks are amazing
  • Great people watching. The potato chips with bacon rock. Thomas is a great bartender. Keep him company and eat at the bar!
  • Great ambiance, great food, attractive crowd. The pork belly sliders and Brussels sprouts salad are excellent.
  • Amazing!! Excellent food and creative drink menu. We literally loved every dish we ordered-pork belly sliders, dates, crispy shrimp...service was great,too. A must try in Detroit!!!
  • A lively, downtown setting. The kind of place you can close your eyes, point at the menu and you will be rewarded with a lovely, delicious dish to share. A great addition to the Detroit dining scene.
  • Fantastic atmosphere. Cocktail selection was small but understandably so since it just opened. Drinks were amazing nonetheless. Every dish was better than the last. Highly recommend!
  • Beautiful space with great cocktails & food
  • Celeriac salad, tuna tartare, beef tenderloin
  • Great spot- unreal beer list- some beers are not even on the menu, there is a guy there that gets special beers and youll have to ask whats not on the menu- super limited stuff for microbeer nerds
  • Great cocktail list and lots of tasty small plates to share.
  • Best cocktails in town. Period.
  • Big food portions! Good environment
  • Food was fabulous and so was the atmosphere.
  • Everything is great here, never had a bad plate.
  • Great warm ambience
  • Highly recommend Wright & Co. Great concept of small plates and sharing with the table. The food is fabulous. I'd definitely go for the Arrenchini