So happy to hear that Pinky's Rooftop in downtown Royal Oak has now officially reopened for business after being shut down back in November because of the pandemic.

My wife and I have been to this hotspot in Royal Oak and it's nothing short of fantastic.  The food at Pinky's Rooftop is excellent and so is their service.

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Speaking of excellent food, here's what the Detroit Free Press has to say:

Pinky's will have a limited, soft opening menu at first.  The menu includes a wide variety of American, Asian, Latin and Mediterranean-influenced cuisine.  There are short rib wonton tacos, brussels sprouts bruschetta featuring lavender ricotta, Nashville hot chicken sliders and a smash burger with kasseri cheese. A full menu will be forthcoming.

What do you think so far?  Now you know why Pinky's Rooftop is such a popular place in downtown Royal Oak.

The Detroit Free Press tells us:

The nearly 4,500-square-foot space seats 83 people inside.  On its rooftop patio outside, there's seating for 44, including a year-round, covered, heated dining space.  Pinky's indoor space is fun and vintage with both dine-in and lounge seating.

Over a year ago, my wife and I went to an afternoon Tigers baseball game at Comerica Park and then decided to make the drive over to Pinky's Rooftop in Royal Oak to have dinner with friends.  We recommend Pinky's to everyone we know because it's a very nice place to go.

The Detroit Free Press adds:

With Pinky's Rooftop on the second floor, guests will have three great dining and drinking destinations on the best corner of downtown Royal Oak.

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