The Westin Book-Cadillac Hotel is a place of many firsts. The first celebration at the Book was the 1924 Grand Opening as they celebrated the opening of the tallest hotel in the world. Although the term”bottomless” champagne was not coined at the time, there was an endless supply at the hotel’s grand opening.
Nowadays 24 Grille Detroit has brought the Book Cadillac hotel and Detroit its very own Champagne Bar. The bar features seating for up to sixteen people, featuring more than 30 Moët Hennessy products by the glass or bottle.
The cozy bar adjoins the public area of the restaurant and blends quaint elegance with traditional sophistication. Since its opening, the Westin Book Cadillac has opened its doors to the likes of Frank Sinatra, Marilyn Monroe, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Martin Luther King Jr. and John F. Kennedy. A common story is known that legendary jazz singer “Old Blue Eyes” would arrive at the Book Cadillac and order two bottles of Champagne for his waiting guests.
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