Mimiís Bistro first opened in Grosse Pointe Park, Michigan in July of 2014. The restaurantís name is a tribute to owner Melanie Schriddeís great-grandmother who was a professional chef in Germany. When Melanieís mother found out she was going to open up her own restaurant, she gave Melanie a box of aprons that used to be Mimiís, which is what inspired the name. When Melanie bought the location, the space next door was also included in the rent so she decided to turn that part of the building into a gallery. The gallery was named after her father, Charles Schridde, who was a great illustrator and artist. Every three months Melanie uses the gallery to showcase local artistsí work as well as her fatherís work. When the gallery isnít in use, it is utilized to seat overflow from the restaurant or to hold private events and parties. Mimiís Bistro is a quaint restaurant that focuses quality and freshness. At Mimiís Bistro they believe in sourcing their food locally as much as possible. They pride themselves on serving food made from fresh and wholesome ingredients; for example, they use organic chicken and 100% grass fed beef. Almost everything that is served at Mimiís Bistro is also homemade from scratch. They specialize in breakfast and lunch, but just recently started serving dinner as well three days a week. Mimiís Bistro is closed Mondays. They only serve breakfast and lunch on Tuesdays and Wednesdays then serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner Thursday through Saturday. Sundays they only offer brunch and it has actually become Mimiís busiest day. One of the most popular menu items at Mimiís Bistro is their Californian Panini. It comes with avocado, chipotle mayonnaise, thinly sliced roasted chicken, Spanish onions, tomato, refried black beans, and your choice of cheese and bread. Taking one bite of this sandwich is a testament to how fresh Mimiís ingredients are. The pasta at Mimiís Bistro is also extremely popular. The pastas and sauces are all made daily from scratch and are cooked to order. Mimiís Bistro can seat up to twenty-four people in the restaurant, but when the gallery is available they may seat up to forty-four. Reservations may be made at Mimiís Tuesday through Saturday. Because the restaurant is small, so is the staff. They have become a tight-knit group who are very passionate in working to see Mimiís Bistro succeed. They have no problem multi-tasking and taking on different responsibilities in order to please their customers. For delicious, fresh food served by friendly and hard working people, be sure to check out Mimiís Bistro today for an unforgettable meal and experience!
15318 Jefferson Ave
Grosse Pointe Park, MI 48230