As part of the tight-knit family of Lou & Harry's outposts, the Okemos eatery offers a quick-serve alternative to their other sports bar and grill locations. Here, patrons will find the classic Greek recipes Lou & Harry's has become known for, including shishkabobs and open-face gyro plates. The grill sizzles with plenty of other entrees as well, including shaved ribeye with onions and an olive double burger topped with a house-made dressing that's also sold in to-go bottles. On nice days, customers can take their freshly grilled feasts and fountain sodas out to the sunny patio, which is hemmed in by wrought-iron fencing and hungry cars that keep inching closer and closer to your table.
Hailing from humble beginnings in a renovated Mississippian gas station, McAlister's Deli has revolutionized the concept of fast food with healthy fare recognized by Parents in 2009. Premium ingredients, such as Black Angus roast beef and black forest ham pile upon stuffed potatoes or artisan bread, sating hungers and silencing stomachs before they recite bank account numbers. As patrons wait for servers to deliver meals, they sip signature sweet tea, swirled together onsite daily from pure cane sugar and a rainforest-certified black-tea blend as dictated by a closely guarded recipe.
At Frank's Press Box, bartenders pour draft beer and concoct specialty drinks such as the Grape Skittle: grape vodka mixed with sprite and served with a lemon garnish. Drinks like these complement menu items such as Chicago-style deep dish pizza, buffalo wings, and burgers. Big screen TV's fill the dining room, and depending on the season, follow teams such as the Lions, the Red Wings, and the Tigers.
An array of Lebanese cuisine arouses the senses in the buffet at Ozzy's Kabob. Chefs craft traditional dishes such as chicken shawarma, salmon kabobs, and falafel, paired with spicy sauces and hummus. To go with these dishes, they create fresh-squeezed juices and smoothies. They also make strong, finely-ground cups of Turkish coffee that keep guests energized after big meals.
It's unlikely that you'll leave Osake Sushi & Hibachi Buffet hungry. In addition to hot Chinese and Japanese buffet dishes, chefs roll sushi and sear meats on a hibachi grill. Buffet guests may opt for a hibachi chef to grill their meat while they sample other items. On weekends, from 11:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m., they also prepare dim sum.