Sindbad’s

Sindbad’s

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100 St. Clair St., Detroit, MI 48215

Drive or boat up to this restaurant in the Marina District of the Detroit River. The two-story building with many windows has 36 boat wells available for restaurant guests. Sindbad’s ample menu includes Sunday brunch, “man-sized” sandwiches like Sindbad’s Special (12-ounce CAB™  New York strip open-face sandwich), and Treasures of the Land and Sea like The Sohar (eight-ounce filet mignon with Sindbad’s Zip Sauce) and The Mariner (deep-fried shrimp, scallops, frog legs, and perch). Enjoy a view of the river and Belle Isle from the spacious dining room. Shuttle service is available to downtown events like Tigers games and concerts.

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