The Morrie in Royal Oak

The Morrie in Royal Oak, Royal Oak Restaurants

I received a free meal in return for this post. All opinions are mine.

I’m so excited to tell you about a hip restaurant I visited the other night with some blogger friends. The Morrie in Royal Oak has a trendy atmosphere, amazing food, and live entertainment. If you are searching for a happening place to hang with friends, grab a drink, or enjoy some tasty food, I recommend The Morrie.

When I attend a blogger event, such as this, I am able to try many different food items so that I can write a thorough review. During this event, I indulged in a three course meal plus a cocktail, all of which were delicious

My cocktail of choice was called Train and Vain – B. Side. I love sweet drinks and this one hit the spot. It is a pear infused drink with a touch of nutmeg. So good I had a second!

The Morrie in Royal Oak, Royal Oak, Royal Oak Restaurants

For appetizers, we sampled One Big Ol’ Meatball, Kung Pao Cauliflower, and Brisket Mac. Of the three, Brisket Mac was my favorite, although I enjoyed the unique taste of all three. Brisket Mac is a little spicy so you might stray away if spice isn’t your thing.

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The Morrie in Royal Oak

Kung Pao Cauliflower

The Morrie in Royal Oak

Brisket Mac

Next came our main entrees….which wasn’t an easy decision for any of us in the group. I choose one of their headliners called the Nashville Hot Chicken. The Nashville Hot is a breast of chicken with shredded lettuce, garlic aioli, pickles, and blue cheese on an in-house made Morrie roll.  The sandwich was really good although I would have preferred more spice. For my side, I choose the sweet potato tots which were a meal in themselves. If you like sweet potatoes, definitely try these!! I suggest sharing with a friend because they give such a hefty portion.

The Morrie in Royal Oak Last, but not least, came dessert. After much debate, I choose the bread pudding. With almond creme, blueberry sauce, rum drizzle, and candied pecans, I enjoyed every last bite of this piece of heaven.

The Morrie in Royal Oak, Bread pudding

Things to know before visiting The Morrie:

  1. All the bread, rolls, desserts, and sauces are made in-house.
  2. They serve brunch on Sundays.
  3. There is self-serve parking directly next to the restaurant for $5.
  4. They have live entertainment on Friday, Saturday, and some Thursday nights. See their schedule for more information.
  5. The food and atmosphere make The Morrie a great place for gatherings!

The Morrie, live music

Location and hours: 

Address:

511 South Main St. Royal Oak, MI

Hours:

Mon., Tues., Wed. – 4:00 pm – 10:00 pm
 
Thursday – 4:00 pm – 11:00 pm
 
Friday – 4:00 pm – CLOSE
 
Saturday – 12 pm – CLOSE
 
Sunday – Brunch 10 am – 4:00 pm, Dinner 4:00 pm – 9:00 pm
 

Have questions or need more info?

Phone: (248) 216-1112

Website: The Morrie 

Email: hello@themorrie.com

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