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Join the Three Cats Family. Apply Today!

by Logan Hollingsworth • May 21, 2021

Three Cats Restaurant & Bar in Clawson Michigan is on the hunt for experienced and friendly servers, kitchen staff, bussers, host/hostesses and dishwashers. At Three Cats you’re part of a support system that’s passionate about fun, exceptional service and amazing food. We are looking for a few dedicated, organized folks who enjoy working as part […]


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. […]

Three Cats on Two Foxes

by Three Cats • November 22, 2022

FOX 2 News Mornings visits Three Cats Restaurant. Check out Mary Liz here.

Prentice Place at Cass Community Social Services

by Mary Liz Curtin • April 9, 2021

L&L and Three Cats are proud to be the first sponsors of Prentice Place, a small restaurant being developed at Cass Community Services in memory of Chef Matt Prentice.

Chef Drew Cayuela will continue Chef Matt Prentice’s Legacy

by Logan Hollingsworth • April 9, 2021

Three Cats Will always be a Matt Prentice Culinary Experience.

Famed Chef Matt Prentice dies at the age of 62

by Mary Liz Curtin • April 8, 2021

It is with great sadness we announce the death of Chef Matt Prentice who succumbed after a brief non-Covid related illness.

We’ve Been Busy While You’ve Been Gone!

by Three Cats • April 30, 2020

Three Cats Restaurant COVID-19 Updates & Quarantine News

Chinese New Year Dinner and Presentation

by The Top Cat • January 24, 2020

Join us on February 4th as we celebrate Chinese New Year and “The Year of the Rat” with an Asian-inspired meal prepared by Chef Matt Prentice, followed by a presentation from Feng Shui master Dennis Fairchild next door at Leon and Lulu. Chinese culture says the rat represents the beginning of a new day and […]