Bastone first opened its doors in May of 2004. It is named and styled after the famous Belgian city (though the spelling has been simplified). This unique restaurant and brewery is housed in a 1930’s era building, the exterior of which has been restored to it’s original art deco look in association with the State of Michigan Historical Society. Inside, the high arched ceiling, wood floors and white subway wall tiles create the comfortable yet sophisticated atmosphere of a European brasserie.
The menu starts with Belgian-style favorites including Waterzooi, Steamed Mussels and Pomme Frites, then expands to more wide-ranging features including unique sandwiches, hearth-baked thin-crust pizzas, seafood, salads and more. We are proud to use only the freshest ingredients in our 100% from-scratch kitchen.
Our beers are hand-crafted on-site with the finest malt, fresh hops and unique Belgian-style yeast strains for delicious flavor and character. Our selection includes Blonde, Pilsner, Wit, IPA, Dubbel, and Seasonal.
Bastone shares the building with three sister-concepts, all of which are accessible from within Bastone; Vinotecca is a stylish wine bar with 40 wines by the glass, hundreds by the bottle, and an exciting food menu; Café Habana is a casual café with a Cuban-style menu, great Mojitos and Margaritas. Commune' is a dance club on Tuesday-Sunday nights revelers fill its vast spaces to imbibe on absinthe cocktails and drink in the turn-of-the-century Parisian lounge.
Type of Brewery
BrewPub & Brewery
Brewmaster / Head Brewer:
Rockne Van Meter
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