Overview
  Located in Bloomfield Hills, The Iroquois Club is north Oakland County's newest banquet facility. Upscale, distinctive and refined - The Iroquois Club has flexible seating for 15 - 200 people, and can capably handle any banquet or special occasion. This upscale, full-service banquet facility is competitively priced with similar venues in the Birmingham and Bloomfield Hills area. The decor of the Iroquois Club is understated, yet luxurious; the menu features classic contemporary American fare; and the white-glove service is impeccable... all together providing discerning guest an unsurpassed banquet experience.

History
  The Iroquois Club was re-built from the rubble that had been the venerable "Sign of The Beefcarver" restaurant, and opened in the fall of 2006 after a complete and down-to-the-foundation multi-million dollar renovation project. The owners of The Moose Preserve Bar & Grill (located adjacent to The Iroquois Club) understood the need (and potential) for an upscale, refined banquet facility in North Oakland County, and when the current location for The Iroquois Club became available, the owners quickly purchased it and began the demolition and then the construction of the Iroquois Club. 18 months later, in October of 2006, the Iroquois Club opened, offering the area's customers a superb facility in a terrific location for whatever their banquet needs may be.

Philosophy
  "God Is In The Details". That simple yet powerful statement describes succinctly the operating business philosophy of the owners, management and staff of The Iroquois Club. Our Event Planners will carefully listen to your needs; work closely with you to create a well-organized executable event. Our Culinary Staff exclusively uses organic (locally sourced whenever possible) fresh produce, the highest quality certified Black Angus beef, Amish chicken or fresh fish from the Great Lakes, for example - and then capably and professionally prepares a feast that is fitting a truly great event. Yours.

Experience
  The Iroquois Club is the capstone of a five-unit restaurant group that has been very successful in the metro Detroit area for more than 23 years. The Iroquois Club is the result of decades of restaurant experience, tens of thousands of customer interactions annually and utilizes the combined talents and resources of a restaurant group with over 300 employees. Our Event Planners are thoughtful, knowledgeable and experienced full-time professionals who not only help plan your party, but will also manage your event from start-to-finish to ensure that it surpasses your expectations. The Iroquois Club and it's brethren restaurants are locally owned and independently operated by members of the local community who are proud to call metro Detroit home for their businesses, as well as for themselves. Since opening The Iroquois Club in late 2006, there have been more than 1,000 events ranging from weddings, showers, business meetings, rehearsals, funeral luncheons, and birthdays, among others.

The Beginning
  We own and operate an independent group of original restaurants in the metro Detroit area. They include The Moose Preserve Bar & Grill (est. 1990) in Bloomfield Hills; Camp Ticonderoga (est. 1996) in Troy; Beaver Creek Tackle & Beer (est. 1986) in Westland; and Deadwood Bar & Grill (est. 1999) in Northville. While each restaurant is indeed unique, what they all have in common is a casual, comfortable atmosphere, magnificent hunting-lodge interiors, exceptional varied-menu offerings, beautiful outdoor terraces and, most importantly, award-winning and unmatched levels of customer service.

  We're a growing collection of restaurants, with active working owners, known as The Great American Grubslingers. We're visible and viable in each community that we operate in and employ over 300 people who are your friends, neighbors or even relatives. We've been in business for over 24 years and are proud to make metro Detroit our home.