Food & Drink in Auburn Hills


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  • The Oasis
    Say it's 1 a.m., you've got some friends over, and everyone is hungry. As if the late hour doesn't complicate the situation enough, you've got one friend who wants tacos, another who's championing gyros, and you're craving pizza. Enter The Oasis Restaurant & Delivery: a small family of eateries that delivers late night and packs all of the aforementioned dishes onto one menu. The menu's custom New York­–style pizzas can be topped with anything from meatballs to sauerkraut, and its quesadillas and tacos overflow with fillings such as pulled pork and battered cod. There's plenty of Italian eats as well—including oven-baked pasta and stromboli—alongside a thoroughly American lineup of burgers, all-beef hot dogs, and fried chicken shaped like the 50 states. Recent additions to the menu include wings in one of 13 sauces and Oasis melts—grilled cheeses stuffed with corned beef, bacon, or barbecued pulled pork.
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    2001 North Opdyke Road
    Auburn Hills, MI US
  • 'wiches
    'wiches outshines the average deli, and locals have taken notice. Since the shop?s opening in 2009, it has been repeatedly crowned a top contender for Best Soup and Sandwich by WDIV Detroit and Best Deli in Oxford by the Oxford Leader. 'wiches stacks its sandwiches) with layers of house prepared meats and cheeses, crisp veggies, and flavorful condiments atop freshly baked bread or gluten-free bread. Signature sandwiches include the Porky's Revenge with house-smoked pulled pork, apple-smoked BBQ sauce, and coleslaw. Soups, salads, cookies, and other baked goods round out the menu, and most can be made gluten-free. The sandwiches and sweets also profit the people that purchase them, since 'wiches has donated more than $7,500 to local nonprofits.
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    40 N Washington St.
    Oxford, MI US
  • Just Baked
    Before Pam Turkin flung open the doors to the first Just Baked in 2009, she was just baking cupcakes on the weekends. But after her corporate travels took her past a growing number of cupcake shops outside of southeastern Michigan, she decided to turn her hobby into a career. She now helms 17 shops in the area, where she and her staff of dessert experts whip up eclectically flavored cupcakes such as red velvet cheesecake, chocolate chip cookie dough, and grumpy cake. In addition to the mouthwatering flavors, all of their items boast real butter, real eggs, and real milk as opposed to artificial ingredients from artificial cows and chickens.
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    3425 Five Points Dr.
    Auburn Hills, MI US
  • Toasted Bun
    Toasted Bun owner Kris Walker shuns the idea of the stereotypically quiet diner. Instead, after opening the doors at 6 a.m., she strives to invigorate morning routines with the eatery’s cheerful, friendly ambiance: bright orange, yellow, and green hues enliven the dining room, and friendly servers strive to learn customers’ names and chewing styles.The cheery ambiance is part of Ms. Walker’s broader effort to cultivate a sense of community at Toasted Bun. She and her staff work as a team to create recipes, and happily take diners’ suggestions for new dishes. “You just run with people’s suggestions, and anything’s worth a try,” says Ms. Walker. That attitude has borne an eclectic menu: though classic American fare prevails, diners can also munch on gyro sandwiches and Greek omelets.
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    3343 Auburn Rd
    Auburn Hills, MI US
  • Palm Palace Restaurant
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    2065 N Squirrel Rd
    Auburn Hills, MI US
  • Toyko Sushi
    At Tokyo Sushi & Grill, chefs spin out plates of authentic Asian eats alongside a sumptuous spread of quality sushi. Fish fans can fill their tuna tanks with mouthwatering morsels of white tuna ($2.25), yellowtail ($2.25), belly tuna ($4.25), or spicy tuna ($6.50), or mix and match any number of specialty sushi items to create a custom conglomeration of fresh fish, sticky rice, and chopped veggies. Complementing the sushi-heavy repertoire, Tokyo Sushi & Grill draws from the deep wells of Japanese and Thai culinary traditions. The shrimp tempura finds deep-fried succulent jumbo shrimp sharing prime plate real estate with battered vegetables and a tangy dipping sauce ($7.95 for lunch; $9.95 for dinner), and the crazy noodles entree earns its name by throwing together egg noodles, onions, carrots, pea pods, and bean sprouts in a mad mash-up, paired with your choice of protein and 17 copies of The Catcher in the Rye ($7.95–$10.95).
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    2016 N Opdyke Rd
    Auburn Hills, MI US

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