Settle down with delicious dumplings and other Chinese favorites at Fortuna Inn in South Lyon.
Fear not you gluten-free or low-fat eaters, you'll have plenty of choices here.
Fortuna Inn visitors can also take advantage of the many drink options offered here.
Fortuna Inn is a terrific spot for families to gather with its kid-friendly ambience and menu.
At Fortuna Inn, your large or small group can be seated quickly and comfortably.
The dress code is strictly casual at Fortuna Inn, so come as you are (and as you are comfortable).
If you're in a hurry, place an order for pickup instead.
With a parking lot adjacent to Fortuna Inn, you won't get stuck circling the block.
For those who prefer to travel by bike, Fortuna Inn is a great option due to its generous bike parking options.
It's not the cheapest, it's not the most expensive, but it is the most delicious. Come to Fortuna Inn for a great bite.
Fortuna Inn accepts major credit cards, including Discovery and AMEX.
The dinner menu is a crowd pleaser at the restaurant, though breakfast and lunch are also served.
Founded by ice-cream enthusiasts Donald and Susan Sutherland in 1988, Cold Stone Creamery has grown to more than 1,400 locations across North America. Each day, the shop's scoopers mix up fresh batches of ice cream, yogurt, and sorbet, which are served by the scoop, piled high in sundaes, and blended into shakes. After customers choose their desired flavor, the staffers toss the chilly sustenance upon a slab of frozen granite and fold in a smorgasbord of candy and nuts to achieve the ideal ice-cream-to-add-in ratio. Customers can dream up their own creations or opt for a signature masterpiece, sampling one of more than 11.5 million possible flavor combinations, which still await a brave conqueror to unlock them all. To accommodate sweets cravings at celebrations, staff members also dish out ready-made treats, such as ice-cream cakes, cupcakes, and cookies.
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.
The mood is cheerful at Bobber Down Bar & Grille, where waitresses address guests as "hun" and regulars clink glasses of frosty drafts at the bar. One wall is speckled with photographs of past patrons proudly holding up a freshly caught fish or a roommate they've convinced to pose as a freshly caught fish. As flat-screen televisions glimmer with sports games and a jukebox plays familiar tunes, bartenders dart nimbly behind the bar, uncapping bottles and whipping up martinis. Meanwhile, in the kitchen, chefs use fresh ingredients to prepare burgers, steaks, and pub classics lauded by reporters from the Ann Arbor News.
With its ledge rock walls, burnished wood accents, and life-size horse sculpture perched at the wraparound bar, The Stillwater Grill hearkens back to a frontier lodge. Chefs reinforce the rustic ambiance with a menu of hearty American fare: they grill USDA Choice beef and inspected seafood, and then drizzle their flame-licked exteriors with homemade sauces.
Blue Fin Steakhouse & Sushi Bar treats diners, whether seated in front of a hibachi master or perched in front of a sushi chef at the raw bar, to displays of culinary artistry. Patrons who choose the sizzling hibachi grill table experience can nibble on appetizers of edamame as chefs blatantly disregard mother's orders not to play with fire ($3.95). New York strip ($19.95), lobster ($29.95), teriyaki chicken ($16.95) and other dinner entrees come with house salad, house soup, appetizer shrimp, vegetables, fried rice, and noodles. From the raw bar, the hot jamaican roll marrying conch, cucumber, and chili pepper ($5.95), as well as the 16 assorted bites in the sashimi deluxe ($19.95) call to cool-seeking noshers, who can pair eats with Japanese beer, sake, or other libations. A kid’s menu ($7.95–$10.95 excluding beverages) pleases pint-size palates, and the lunch menu ($3.95–$14.95 excluding beverages) gives reprieve to midday munchies. With lantern-style lights, shoji screens, and kimonos that serve as artwork, Blue Fin sports a sleek, contemporary vibe that soothes hungry customers and subdues screaming samurai.