Wild Coney & Grill serves up American diner staples with a Mediterranean twist, sliding diners a menu full of hot dogs, gyros, and burgers. Coney Island dogs ($1.95) arrive doused in traditional chili, mustard, and onion toppings, and buns and firmly gripped fingers struggle to contain the seasoned ground beef and the laissez-faire political leanings of the loose burger ($2.25). The gyros supreme meal ($7.75) pairs pita-enveloped lean lamb and cucumber sauce with a fresh, vegetable-rich mini Greek salad and fries. The restaurant serves hearty breakfasts all day, bearing heavy platters of the Wild breakfast special ($5.75), weighted with three large eggs, two slices of bacon, sausage, one slice of ham, and an astronaut-collected cube of jellied sun.
The first issue of Sporting News hit newspaper stands way back in 1886, catalyzing the start of an iconic publication—often referred to as the “Bible of Baseball”—that still survives today. Sports fans in Detroit have more than just a magazine to associate the name “Sporting News” with; Sporting News Grill, a little spot in Romulus that serves up classic American food. A sports-bar meets family-friendly restaurant, the spot honors its namesake with constant television coverage of all sports games and competitive knitting tournaments. Myriad HD flatscreens encircle the bar, where patrons can nosh on buffalo wings, beer-battered jalapeños, and onion rings with any one of the rotating 32 draft beers on tap. Groups can also enjoy a more laid back spot in the main dining room outfitted with cushy booths, perfect for enjoying classic reuben sandwiches, burgers, NY strip streaks, and even a daily served breakfast of blueberry pancakes and veggie skillets.
While diners wait for a table at Marvaso's Italian Grille, they can drop by the bar to order signature martinis, watch the scenes on flatscreen TVs, or just gaze into the vibrant underwater worlds of two aquariums. The casual space welcomes families, large groups, and one-person think tanks to share jovial conversation and rich Italian dishes. Among the menu highlights are brick-oven pizzas available in four crust options and sprinkled with fresh toppings. They also prepare sandwiches, pastas, and skillet-seared meats.
Though Macy's is primarily known for its clothing and home decor, the renowned department store is just as adept at feeding its customers as it is at fashionably clothing them. Inside the retail haven's many locations, casual eateries welcome shoppers with classic American dishes updated with fresh ingredients. Lighter plates, such as chopped salads and turkey sandwiches, are served up alongside favorites including grilled burgers and Alaskan cod and chips. Hearty, homestyle entrees of oven-baked meatloaf, chicken pot pie, and macaroni and cheese complete the menu.