Restaurants in Michigan

Up to 48% Off Gastropub Food at Flanagan's Irish Pub

Flanagan's Irish Pub

Downtown Grand Rapids

$25 $13

Irish gastropub serves up specialty burgers and tacos alongside suds from craft brewers like Fat Tire and Bell's

50% Off Mediterranean Food at Damas Restaurant

Damas Restaurant

Ann Arbor

$28 $14

Kebabs, chicken and eggplant fattoush, and other Mediterranean classics

Half Off Casual Family-Style Cuisine at Seros Family Restaurant

Seros Family Restaurant

Clinton Township

$14 $7


Classic fare, such as french toast & country-fried steak, served alongside international dishes including saganaki & chicken piccata

44% Off Gourmet Burgers and Fries at Jay's Stuffed Burgers

Jay's Stuffed Burgers


$35.97 $20


Angus burgers packed with creative fillings such as roma tomatos with feta or bacon-wrapped hot dogs stuff bellies with savory flavors

Up to 46% Off Russian Dinner at The Fiddler

The Fiddler

West Bloomfield

$69.80 $43


Home-cooked Russian meal including borscht, perogies, and a choice of lamb chops, pozharski cutlets, or chicken tabaka

46% Off Burgers and Beers at Cooley Lake Inn

Cooley Lake Inn


$24 $13


Pair a hearty burger and order of fries with a draft pour of the restaurant's domestic beers

40% Off Soul Food at Beans & Cornbread in Southfield

Beans & Cornbread


$20 $12


Hour Magazine- and TripAdvisor-praised soul food, including catfish, barbecued ribs & meat loaf served up with down-home sides

Fuddruckers – Up to 55% Off Birthday Party


Bloomfield Hills

$99.90 $49


Partygoers dig into kids' meals with burgers, fries, soda, and a cookie and then hit the arcade for racing games and Ms. Pac-Man

50% Off at Wasabi Hibachi Steakhouse

Wasabi Hibachi Steakhouse


$40 $20


Chefs cook right in front of diners at this Hibachi restaurant in Novi, which serves Japanese comfort food, such as teriyaki filet mignon

50% Off Pub Food and Craft Beer at Crunchy's


East Lansing

$10 $5

Craft beers from Michigan breweries pair well with stone-baked calzones, innovative burgers, and deep-dish pizzas

43% Off Cajun and Creole Food at Bayou Grill

Bayou Grill


$30 $17

Cajun and creole dishes include baked seafood platters, chicken and sausage gumbo, and spicy jambalaya

50% Off English Pub Food at Chequers of Saugatuck

Chequers of Saugatuck


$30 $15


Guinness stew, shepherd's pie, and other classic British eats at a pub with an extensive imported beer selection

Up to 50% Off Pan-Asian Food at Inyo Restaurant

Inyo Restaurant


$150 $75


Omakase chef crafts innovative entrees with seasonal ingredients and seafood.

Half Off Mediterranean Dinner for Two or Four at The Blue Grill

The Blue Grill

Downtown Milford

$20 $10


Mediterranean dinners such as chicken shawarma, ground beef and lamb kebab, and spicy couscous vegetable plate; fresh juices also available

Up to 49% Off at The Pound! Bar & Grill

The Pound Bar and Grill


$25 $13

Seven burgers join pizzas and hot dogs on a signature rooftop dining space, outdoor patios, and inside amid broadcast sports

Up to 50% Off at Big Boy

Big Boy

Ann Arbor

$15 $8


Classic diner food, such as burgers, patty melts, pot roast, and shakes and malts

Up to 39% Off Asian Fusion Cuisine at Chop Fusion

Chop Fusion


$32.39 $20

Asian fusion cuisine such as crispy honey shrimp, egg rolls, ginger broccoli, and sweet and sour chicken

Up to 59% Off Halal Mediterranean Meals at Alatshan Shish Kabob

Alatshan Shish Kabob

West Bloomfield

$43.97 $18

Halal Mediterranean and Middle Eastern food such as lamb kebabs, falafel sandwiches, and chicken shawarma

$8.80 for American Food at Holiday Restaurant

Holiday Restaurant

Ann Arbor

$16 $8.80


Hand-battered fish and chips, tuna melts on grilled rye, multi-grain buckwheat pancakes, and more

Select Local Merchants

Back in 1986, former Detroit police officer Steve Radden opened a small deli that served Southern-style comfort food prepared by his mother and aunt. Demand for these home-cooked meals of smothered chicken, mac and cheese, and collard greens grew so popular that he eventually expanded to a second location downtown. At this spot, all of those same soulful dishes are served up in a cafeteria-style atmosphere, where the low-key decor and casual service let the food be the star of the show.

1440 Franklin St

Under the culinary captainship of executive chef Erin Jeffers and chef/owner Dan Weiskopf, Olive's Restaurant & Bar treats diners to a seasonally changing menu that emphasizes local ingredients and dynamic flavor compositions. Invoke the power of the color deities with green goddess hummus ($9), or kick off a mouthy Mardi Gras with New Orleans fried green tomatoes, crusted with cornmeal and served with Creole shrimp remoulade ($10). Disarmingly named "whimpy burgers" ($9), a trio of two-ounce sliders gives taste buds beefy bear hugs with a combination of bacon, blue-cheese aioli, and onion jam, while pan-seared skate ($18) does a perfectly palatable triple axel on the tongue. A truncated lunch menu does away with the entrees but adds an enticing selection of sandwiches to meet daytime appetite demands.

2162 Wealthy St SE
Grand Rapids,

Armed with an array of more than 20 fresh ingredients, the cheerful culinary wranglers at Moe's create scrumptious southwestern food for carnivores and vegetarians alike. After perusing the menu, grab tasty tortilla canvases and watch as your edibles are crafted into burritos, tacos, quesadillas, and nachos. Crunch on the free chips and salsa included with every meal, or kick crisps up a notch with selections such as the Overacheiver tacos bedecked with your choice of meat (grilled sirloin steak, chicken, ground beef, tofu, or pulled pork), beans, shredded cheese, pico de gallo, lettuce, sour cream, and guacamole ($5.99). Hefty handhelds include eats such as the Joey Bag of Donuts—a burrito filled with a choice of meat along with beans, rice, shredded cheese, and pico de gallo ($6.49). The veggie-friendly Art Vandalay offers the same delectable insides without the meat.

857 W Eisenhower Pkwy
Ann Arbor,

At Bigg Burger, you won't find warmers keeping buns hot or freezers chilling meat into flavorless blocks. That's because each burger, breakfast sandwich, and side of fries is made with fresh ingredients that are delivered daily rather than retrieved from a time capsule. Chefs cut each crispy, salty french fry by hand, and grill up hearty burgers made only with certified Black Angus beef. Tasty sides include housemade chili and sweet, creamy milkshakes.

19055 Farmington Rd

It all started with a single olive tree. The founder of Red Olive Restaurant was sailing down the coast of the Mediterranean with his father many years ago when they spotted it. Like a snowman on the beach, this tree stood out among its surroundings, and offered the two sailors the best olives they'd ever tasted.

Striving to set itself apart in similar fashion, Red Olive Restaurant presents diners with an extensive spread of flavors culled from around the globe—but especially those from Greece. At 10 locations around the Detroit metro area, visitors drop anchor near platters of grape leaves, kebabs, and a wide assortment of salads. They also dig into house specialties, such as moussaka, which features layers of eggplant, ground meat, and parmesan topped with bachamel sauce.

250 N Canton Center Rd

Grilled Greek grub stands out at Muses Taverna of Troy. The restaurant's chefs labor over the grill to create tender kabobs, pork souvlaki, and grilled octopus. But they don't stop with the flames; flavoring these meats is just as important to the cooks as properly searing them. They might simply add a dash of salt and pepper, or, they might marinate the meat in wine and impart zest with a spice rub.

The team's efforts in the art of grilling fall in line with the restaurant's name, a reference to the Nine Muses of Greek mythology, famous for inspiring mere mortals to create divine works of art. So, rather than composing a song, penning a poem, or screaming at a wall in front of an audience, the artists at the taverna conduct symphonies of flavor. These symphonies take the form of charbroiled lamb chops, savory pastisio, and flaming plates of saganaki cheese. When the chefs aren't busy working the grill the way a virtuoso plays a violin, they oversee ovens curing pans of eggplant moussaka or plates of broiled cod and salmon.

1893 E Big Beaver Rd