Restaurants in Canton

Pub Food and Drinks at Basement Burger Bar (44% Off).

Basement Burger Bar

Canton

Scents of beef, smoked bacon, sweet-potato fries, and cold brews fills the room

$16 $9

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$15.75 for $30 Worth of Japanese and Korean Food for Dinner at Tomo

Tomo

Plymouth

Authentic Japanese food and specialty sushi rolls, such as the Empire roll with shrimp tempura, spicy tuna, avocado, and eel sauce

$30 $15.75

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Angus Burgers and Fresh Fast Food at Burger Spot (44% Off)

Burger Spot

Plymouth

Guests indulge in juicy Angus burgers, hot dogs, and french fries; vegetarian options also available

$16 $9

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One or Three Groupons, Each Good for $20 Worth of Food for Two at Village Market by Fat Chef (Up to 40% Off)

Village Market by Fat Chef

Canton

Eight types of specialty mac n’ cheese, deli sandwiches, and pizzas that also come as calzones

$20 $13

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$10 for $20 Worth of American Food Made In-House at The Roadhouse

Russ's Roadhouse

West Sylvania/Swanton

American fare crafted in-house; includes crisp salads, hearty steaks, burgers, and chicken wings along with homemade chili and soups

$20 $10

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Steak, Seafood, Pasta, and Drinks for Two or Four, or Lunch or Carryout at Plymouth Crossing (Up to 45% Off)

Plymouth Crossing

Plymouth Crossing

Grilled 12-ounce rib-eye steaks, lemon-baked trout, and crab mac & cheese fill a menu of upscale American classics

$50 $29

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Dine-In or Carryout at Bode's Corned Beef House (40% Off)

Bode's Corned Beef House

Plymouth

This hotel turned restaurant has been around since 1868 and serves hearty, homemade fare like corned beef hash, meatloaf, and apple strudel

$20 $12

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$18 for Three Groupons, Each Good for $10 Worth of Halal Burgers, Drinks, and More at Famous Hamburger ($30 Value)

Famous Hamburger

Multiple Locations

Cooks top never-frozen American-style burgers with a range of ingredients and prepare Middle Eastern dishes like falafel and chicken pitas

$10 $6

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The seeds for Famous Hamburger were planted in 1970 when Feisal Hider?s father gathered his family, left the United States, and returned to Lebanon with the intention of opening the country's first American-style burger shack. This humble shack became a popular attraction, which prompted the name change to Famous Hamburger and cemented a family legacy that would follow Feisal back to the United States. After returning to America, he eventually opened the first stateside Famous Hamburger in 1998, and founded a second location a few years later.

As its name implies, Famous Hamburger specializes in classic American cooking. Burgers arrive topped with everything from portobello mushroom caps and pesto sauce to habanero peppers, hot sauce, and sliced jalapenos. Banana splits and milkshakes reinforce the American theme, appearing alongside the menu's assortment of wraps and melts. The Hider family doesn't neglect their Middle Eastern roots, though. The chefs exclusively use halal meats, which arrive daily and never see the inside of a freezer, and prepare dishes such as falafel pitas and fattoush salads. Furthermore, the restaurants are attached to hookah lounges where guests can relax after their meal and savor one of the more than 30 shisha flavors.

4171 S Canton Center Rd
Canton,
MI
US

A bright neon sign greets diners as they enter Elite Pizzeria, where pizzas rise within brick ovens and sandwiches swell with certified Saad Halal meats. Chefs adorn burgers with hearty toppings of grilled mushrooms, bacon, and eggs, while whipping up a menu of traditional Mediterranean gyros and shawarma. Upon request, the dexterous bakers can sculpt their brick-oven pizzas into the shape of a heart, the silhouette of a kitty cat, or the profile of Susan B. Anthony.

Further cultivating Elite's fun, whimsical reputation, the restaurant's burger challenge has enticed nearly 150 intrepid contestants with a lofty tower of beef patties, mushrooms, bacon, onion rings, and sauerkraut. This surfeit of merriment all occurs within the warm embrace of red walls that shine down onto the restaurant's casual, WiFi-saturated dining area and tabletops that bask beneath the sun on an outdoor patio.

42126 Ford Rd
Canton,
MI
US

Jungle Java was designed to create a space where parents could enjoy a good cup of coffee while watching their children play in a safe and soft environment where tykes traipse through a well-padded multilevel maze of forest huts and treehouses. Toddlers can take time away from the fray in a separate safari area equipped with soft tunnels, slides, and age-appropriate cryptograms. As children romp, parents plunk themselves in the soft folds of a leather couch or power through some work on the free WiFi network. Jungle Java's caf? carries a menu of coffee drinks, smoothies, and snacks that include all-beef hot dogs and turkey and avocado sandwiches on eight-grain bread.

6481 N Canton Center Rd.
Canton,
MI
US

The sound of sizzling grills punctuates the gentle whir of beer taps at Basement Burger Bar. Here, amid, exposed brick and flat-screen TVs, craft brews and cooked-to-order Angus beef compete for the spotlight as guests crunch through baskets of fried pickles and jalape?o poppers. Protein-packed ingredients such as bison, turkey, and black beans form burger bases, which diners can customize with bacon, grilled pineapple, blue cheese, and more than 30 other add-ons. Instead of cleansing palates with miniature squeegees, the bar draws pint-size baths of Short's seasonal suds and Dogfish Head Brewery ale, and a soon-to-open second location aims to sate hunger and thirst.

42452 Ford Rd
Canton,
MI
US

Peals of laughter rise from families around the granite tabletops at which hibachi chefs crack jokes and flip shrimp over the grill. At Ichiban Steakhouse, expert grillers don black chef suits and show off their skill at slicing and searing chicken, steak, and seafood. Flanked by dark wood walls, nearby sushi chefs slice fresh fish to wrap tightly in specialty rolls. Five tatami rooms provide semiprivate spaces for business meals, romantic outings, or discreet transformations into a werewolf.

43750 Ford Rd
Canton,
MI
US

A lengthy lineup of traditional game-day fare and a sports atmosphere captivate fans at Fox and Hound - Bailey's, where the kitchen remains open as late as its neighboring fully stocked bar. Chefs cook until the wee hours of the morning and always until the bar closes, baking Bavarian pretzel starters, crafting towers of onion rings, and preparing hand-battered chicken tenders that are cooked until they are golden brown. They blend their own seasonings to sprinkle over grilled-to-order burgers, and draw from a diverse roster of cheeses and toppings to crown their wood-oven-inspired flatbreads.

While manning the bars, bartenders tap into a stash of libations, such as UV Whipped vodka and Patron Silver tequila, to mix their specialty cocktails. To further foster a sporting ambiance, high-definition TVs glow with sports games and custom music-video playlists, and guests partake in pastimes of ump bashing, billiards, or competitive people watching.

1777 N Canton Center Rd
Canton,
MI
US