Did someone say aesthetics?
Confused aesthetics that is. When you walk into the front doors of the Holy Roller, you’re welcomed by a small, warm and intimate cafe setting that’s sure to please the eye. Don’t get too comfortable with this theme though, there are a few more surprises awaiting you when you decide to transition and make your way into the bar/lounge area and eventually to the dining room located at the back of the restaurant.
Serving as both a restaurant and a cafe, the Holy Roller boasts a menu of Detroit-style pizza, salads, seafood, ribs, cocktails, wine, coffee, chocolate, etc. Unfortunately, our arrival to the restaurant was untimely. The kitchen was closed and scheduled to reopen at 4PM, which was a few too many hours to wait in my state of hanger. That’s right, my patience is very thin when I’m hangry.
I spoke briefly with the owner and asked for permission to snap a few pics openly before leaving.
It’s evident that a decent investment amount, much creative effort and planning went into the design of this artsy place. Well, money well spent. Although my stomach left hungry but my eyes left full.
The Holy Roller
8222 Gateway Boulevard