If you’re searching for a luxurious restaurant, you’re in the right place. Below we’ve featured 10 of the best restaurants in Rochester Hills, Michigan!
Take Sushi Japanese Restaurant is a household name in Rochester Hills. Open since 1995, Take has served up classic Japanese flavors with love, attention to detail, and a genuine passion for their food maintained over decades. Take Sushi is open from 11 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday-Friday, from 12-8:30 p.m. on Saturday, and from 4-8:30 p.m. on Sundays. Take Sushi is closed on Mondays.
No matter your palate, there’s something here for every taste. Take Sushi obviously specializes in sushi rolls – but their assortment of various rolls is simply unrivaled in the area. Whether you want a classic, simple sushi roll, a deep-fried masterpiece, or something in between, Take Sushi has you covered.
Go to Take Sushi Japanese Restaurant’s online ordering page to get a roll.
Antonoiu’s Towne Square Pizza (Antoniou’s to locals) is a longstanding name in Rochester Hills. They’ve been in operation since 1996 and have served up cold subs, hot pizza, and crispy yet fluffy breadsticks ever since. Antoniou’s is open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday-Saturday and from 12-9 p.m. on Sunday.
While Antoniou’s primary offering is pizza (duh), there are loads of other snacks on their menu. You’ll find classic Italian-American subs, fresh salads, baked pasta, breadsticks, dips, and more, each made with care. Long story short, Antoniou’s is an excellent stop for casual, comfy, and tasty Italian-American eats.
Swing by Antoniou’s Towne Square Pizza’s online ordering page to grab a slice.
Half Day Cafe is a locally beloved breakfast and lunch spot in Rochester Hills. While their website is relatively barebones, boasting only an in-house and catering menu, don’t be fooled. Half Day Cafe is loved for a reason – their food is fresh, tasty, and locally grown whenever possible. Half Day Cafe is open from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday-Friday, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturdays, and closed on Sundays.
Half Day Cafe’s menu is stacked with tasty eats. For breakfast, you’ll find the usual suspects; luxurious egg dishes, warming oatmeal, and the classic millennial favorite – avocado toast. And for lunch, Half Day serves up sandwiches, house soups, salads, and several vegetarian options.
Go to Half Day Cafe’s Facebook page for more information.
Chadd’s Bistro is a simple, laid-back, classic American eatery. Recognized in both 2017-’18 as one of the top places to eat in the U.S. by Yelp, they’ve earned some well-deserved national recognition. This is largely thanks to their dedication to using locally-crafted bread and produce in each meal. Chadd’s Bistro is open from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. seven days a week.
Chadd’s Bistro has a very straightforward menu. It consists of sandwiches in numerous forms; deli subs, chicken or steak subs, soup, salad, and more. Those in on lunch will love the soup-salad-slider special, which comes with (you guessed it) a salad, a cup of soup, and an adorably small sandwich.
Head to Chadd’s Bistro’s contact page to reach out.
Golden Eagle Bar and Grill is another longstanding local name. Golden Eagle is dedicated to the finer things in life; delicious cocktails, painstakingly-crafted meals, and excellent service. While they’re not technically fine-dining, they’re the friendliest fine-adjacent dining joint you’ll enter. Golden Eagle is open from 4-8:30 p.m. Sunday-Thursday and closes an hour later on Friday-Saturday.
The menu is simple and straightforward. For starters, you can grab a number of tasty shellfish appetizers. They stick to the classics for dinner – chicken parm, piccata, shrimp scampi, and yes – steak. Some house specialties include the filet with “Mario sauce,” Cajun beef tenderloin tips, and creme brulee for a sweet nightcap.
Go to the Golden Eagle Bar and Grill’s Facebook page to get in touch.
Val’s Polish Kitchen is a standout in this list. While the Midwest is packed with people of Polish descent, Rochester Hills is suspiciously lacking in traditional Polish snacks. Val’s Polish Kitchen solves this with a friendly all-day joint dedicated to celebrating the heritage shared by so many Midwesterners. Val’s Polish Kitchen is open from 8-8 Tuesday-Saturday, from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Sundays, and closed Mondays.
If you’ve never experienced Polish eats, you’re missing out – luckily, Val’s is a great spot to fix that sin! From pierogies (potato and cheese-stuffed Polish dumplings) and Kielbasas to Reubens and pancakes, Val’s does a bit of everything. They’re open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner – so swing by; you won’t regret it.
Go to Val’s Polish Kitchen’s contact page to reach out.
7. RH House
RH House is a self-described “contemporary American” restaurant aiming to create a “high energy setting to elevate the dining experience.” And they have certainly achieved that goal – RH House is an incredible experience. RH House is open from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday-Friday, from 10-10 on Saturdays, and from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sundays.
You’ll find brunch, lunch, and dinner alike at RH House. Their brunch menu consists of benedicts, omelets, and skillets, whereas the dinner and lunch menu is a bit more specific. You’ll find pasta, seafood, and steak in droves for dinner, alongside sandwiches, soups, and salads, among other offerings.
Go to RH House’s contact page to get in touch.
Seafood lovers rejoice – Kabin Kruser’s Oyster Bar is your one-stop-shop for shellfish and seafood. Kabin Kruser’s was opened by Chuck Muer and Bill Kruse in 1988 and has grown exponentially due to its friendly environment and excellent seafood. Kabin Kruser’s has multiple locations across Michigan. The Rochester Hills location is open from 12-9 p.m. Monday-Thursday, from 12-10 p.m. Friday-Saturday, and from 12-8 p.m. on Sundays.
While oysters are clearly a mainstay on the menu, there are many more options on offer. You’ll find blackened Mahi (served with brussels sprouts, bacon and sausage succotash, and jalapeno cream) alongside steamer pots, fresh fish, and fish tacos, among other eats. And if you’re feeling a bit adventurous, try out the escargot!
Swing by Kabin Kruser’s Oyster Bar’s contact page for more information.
I bet you can’t guess what’s on offer here, can you? That’s right, Burgerz sells nothing but chicken wings! Okay – I’m kidding. You know what they have, I know what they have, so why complicate things? Burgerz is open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday-Thursday and from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday-Saturday.
Do you love burgers? Then you’re in the right spot. Burgerz has perhaps too many burgers on offer, alongside classic loaded hot dogs, milkshakes and malts, and (obviously) countless fried snacks. Whether you’re a sweet potato person, a waffle fry person, or a lover of all things onion ring, you’ll be quite happy with a visit to Burgerz.
Swing by Burgerz’s contact page for more information.
This family-owned neighborhood centerpiece has been around since 1985. Bologna Via Cucina is well-known for creating authentic Italian meals in a welcoming, familial environment. The photos inside aren’t stock – they were taken by the owner’s great-grandparents and grandparents who came through Ellis Island like so many newly-minted Americans. Bologna Via Cucina is open from 4-9 p.m. Tuesday-Thursday, from 4-10 Friday-Saturday, and closed Sunday-Monday.
Bologna Via Cucina can and will serve you the best Italian food you’ve had in ages. They have a seasonal menu, with the current summer menu boasting fresh antipasti and salads, sesame seed-crusted pizza, and loads of pasta with homemade sauce. And those seeking a tasty drink will love to hear that Bologna Via Cucina makes their own Limoncello and Orangecello (heavily sweetened citrus-based liqueurs).
Go to Bologna Via Cucina’s online ordering page to grab yourself a plate.