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The Root Restaurant & Bar to Close for Maintenance Jan. 7- Jan. 8

The popular White Lake restaurant will open again for dinner service Jan. 9 at 4 p.m.

If you want to get your fix at the Root Restaurant & Bar in White Lake you better do it quick.

The popular local business will be closed Jan. 7 and Jan. 8 for scheduled maintenance according to owner Ed Mamou.

The restaurant will reopen on Jan. 9 at 4 p.m. for dinner service and resume normal business hours the following day.

This month the restaurant is offering a special Wild Game feast Jan. 31 at 6:30 p.m. The event is reservation only and costs $60 per person.

The menu includes:

  • Course 1 - Chilled Octopus Salad. Blood Orange. Pickled Red Onion. French Feta. Olive Oil Fried Almonds. Radish. Black Pepper Vinaigrette.
  • Course 2 - Rattlesnake Tortilla Soup. Michigan Black Beans. Red Chiles. Avocado. House Fried Tortilla. Queso Fresco.
  • Course 3 - Fried Brussels Sprouts. Wild Boar Bacon & Anchovy Vinaigrette. Smoked Pinenut.
  • Intermezzo - 'Snakebite'. Lager Sorbet. Spicer's Hard Cider Float.
  • Course 4 - House Made Pappardelle Pasta. Bear Bolognese. House Made Goat's Milk Ricotta. Wild Hedgehog Mushrooms.
  • Course 5 - Duck Egg Dark Chocolate Creme Brulee. Wild Turkey Poached Michigan Cherry. Sorghum Molasses Gingersnap Cookie.

To make reservations for this event call the host desk at 248-698-2400.

Other specials offered at the restaurant are as follows:

Winter Weeknight Specials 

 (Weeknight offers valid January 14 - February 28 on the specific weekday listed.)

  • Every Monday: $8 House Made Pizza du Jour 10" Hand Tossed.
  • Every Tuesday: Half Off Bottles of Wine! Offer applies to any bottle under $100.
  • Every Wednesday: 'Hand Crafted, Hand Cranked' $2 Draft Pints. $5 House Made Sausage Plate.

The Root Restaurant & Bar is located at 340 Town Center Blvd. White Lake. Hours of operation are 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Monday-Thursday; 11 a.m.-11 p.m. Friday and Saturday; and the restaurant is closed Sundays.

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