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by The Top Cat • September 11, 2019

Small plates, adapted from Spain’s delicious Tapas, have been a dining trend for the last few years. While the usual US adaptation leans towards a series of appetizers, the Three Cats approach is a little different.  While some of our menu items are similar to traditional  appetizers, most of our small plates will be compositions. […]

Valentine’s Day Petite Dégustation Dinners

by The Top Cat • January 17, 2020

Valentine’s Day is on a Friday this year and we’ve decided to offer a special chef’s dinner for the occasion. These special dégustation dinners will be presented at your leisure on Thursday the 13th and Saturday the 15th. Seating times on the 14th however are 5:00, 5:30, 7:30 and 9:30 pm only. Reservations can be […]

Three Cats New Year’s Lobster Pasta Recipe

by The Top Cat • January 12, 2020

Our very own Matt Prentice was recently a guest on Fox’s “The Nine” where he demonstrated his lobster pasta recipe, a dish featured at the Three Cats New Year’s dégustation dinner.

Happy Holidays from Everyone at Three Cats and Leon and Lulu

by The Top Cat • December 13, 2019

Happy Holidays from all of us at Leon & Lulu and Three Cats! Three Cats Holiday Hours Christmas Eve: 11 am – 8 pmChristmas Day: ClosedNew Year’s Eve: 11 am – Midnight New Year’s Day: Brunch from 10 am – 4 pmJanuary 5, 2020: Serving Brunch 9-4. Closed for dinner Call us or make a […]

Happy Hour at Three Cats

by The Top Cat • December 11, 2019

Join us in the bar at Three Cats for delicious appetizers and tantalizing cocktails. 3-6 pm daily. See our Happy Hour menu.

New Year’s Dégustation Dinner

by The Top Cat • December 6, 2019

Dégustation is the careful, appreciative tasting of various foods, focusing on the gustatory system, the senses, culinary art and good company.  Join us at 9:00 On December 31st for a perfect way to ring in the New Year. The feast will be at least 8 courses and surprises may be added! Complimentary Bubbles and Mignardises […]


by The Top Cat • September 21, 2019

Most Michiganders know Paw Paw as a city up north. Mary Liz thought it was a Buddy Ebsen role.  Few that the City of Paw Paw was named after this tropical fruit that is primarily foraged in the northern parts of Michigan as it is too fragile to be grown en masse and distributed. They […]


by The Top Cat • September 20, 2019

Chinooks are King Salmon, one of the most prized gifts of American waters. In Michigan, the catch season is very short; in fact, only a few weeks and only Native American Indians can sell commercially. Three cats is the only restaurant in southeastern Michigan to feature this beautiful delicacy. King Salmon is known for its […]