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St Cece's Pub
Today 4PM–12AM
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1426 Bagley Ave Detroit, MI 48216
1426 Bagley AveUSMichiganDetroit48216
$$Pub, BarToday 4PM–12AM
Monday 4PM–12AMTuesday 4PM–12AMWednesday 4PM–12AMThursday 4PM–2AMFriday 4PM–2AMSaturday 10AM–2AMSunday 10AM–2AM
A gastropub in Detroit's historic Corktown. Open for lunch, dinner and Sunday brunches. Events in the evenings feature guest chefs, musicians and more!
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Wood-paneled tavern with a fireplace & patio, serving farm-to-table American fare & craft cocktails.- Google
"Great food, excellent bartenders and good times."
"It was a quiet atmosphere but the pub was just opening at the time we arrived."
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Michael Shannon
2 weeks ago
HIDDEN GEM. Google it and go. Awesome food specials. The decor is cozy and you can have romantic date night inside by the fireplace or bring a group of friends and sit under the stars on the back patio. Staff can be awesome some days and distracted on others. Food is worth it.
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Heather VanConant-Eubank
7 months ago
Was great except for the shards of glass in our drinks. Ive bartended. Breaking a glass happens. But you need to clean out that ice bin pronto. You dont serve glass in your drinks. Lawsuit waiting to happen. Who knows if we got any into our bodies that we dont know about.
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Jay Sethi
6 months ago
One of the coolest places in Detroit. Awesome food, kickass service and truly unique atmosphere.
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Rena Petrashko
a year ago
Came here at 11 a.m. on St. Patty's Day with a friend. You just have a feeling a place will be neat when you see the cobbled stone entrance and big oak doors with Irish engraving and trim. The interior was dark, wood panelled with plenty of space and lovely stained glass windows. Just what you might imagine in an Irish village somewhere. The Cardinal drink was exceptional and the coddled egg was delicious. It was a quiet atmosphere but the pub was just opening at the time we arrived. The service was a little slow, but not terrible. Stayed about an hour and then moved on to McShanes which was the opposite -large, loud, festive, but average food, drinks and decor. We will definitely look forward to returning to St. CeCe's because it is a local gem.
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Aesha Lietaert
a month ago
I treated my mom and mother in-law to dinner for Mother's Day Eve. Everything I ordered was delicious, the service was great, and I loved the atmosphere - though it was a little on the dark side. Will be returning with my partner when we're back in town.
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Carlos Padilla
3 months ago
Great food and amazing interior. I will have to try brunch soon! Friendly bartenders also.
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Wendy Weir
7 months ago
We went to a 'Mystery spot' for our outing and discovered and excellent restaurant in Corktown that is just like coming to a Banquet at Knights of the Round table - Amazing Atmosphere, Food and Lovely service :) If you don't want to wait for next years Renaissance Festival - Your in Luck !!!
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Nick Stagman
10 months ago
I would suggest not coming here if you want to eat. Went there for brunch and it took over 90 minutes to get our food. By the time they sent someone over to take our order they were apparently out of waffles - which in itself is confusing. The service was just horrible, with no one coming over to our table for over twenty minutes at a time.


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