Dine with us
day and night

Book Tower's vibrant dining scene includes restaurants for all palates. Le Suprême brings a taste of French fare to Washington Boulevard while Kamper's offers a unique rooftop bar experience with a Spanish-influenced tapas menu and Bar Rotunda serves thoughtfully curated beverages and baked goods throughout the day. Distinguished by traditional Japanese flavors, design and décor, HIROKI-SAN and Sakazuki enhance the growing downtown culinary options, making the perfect addition to any night out in Detroit.

Le Suprême is a Parisian-inspired brasserie offering exceptional French fare at the restaurant’s bar, alfresco, or in its elegant and inviting dining room.

Kamper’s is a 14th-floor rooftop bar with sweeping views of downtown Detroit. The indoor/outdoor cocktail lounge pays homage to its namesake and Book Tower’s original architect, Louis Kamper.

The café is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, offering coffee service, pastries, small plates, wine, and cocktails.

Sakazuki is a casual sake and sando pub with an exclusive menu of Japanese-inspired libations at street level.

HIROKI-SAN features an expansive menu of robatayaki, wagyu, noodles and sushi in a modern Japanese experience on the lower level.

Before or after you dine...

Learn about Book Tower’s rich history at the Historic Exhibition, a collection of artifacts gathered through a partnership with the Book family and the Detroit Historical Society.

Peruse Book Tower’s inspiring collection of artwork, featuring local and international artists curated by Library Street Collective. View the art collection.