Bourbon's offers regional entrees—from jambalaya and gumbo to po' boys and other cajun entrees—with a freshly renovated dining room to match. Grilled steaks incite multilingual translations of "Mmm" beside Etruscan stacked stone walls and wood floors. American classics also make the menu, including flame-kissed burgers and domestic craft brews, including ales from Michigan microbreweries Bell's, New Holland, and Founders (not to mention straight bourbon from the Traverse City Whiskey Co.)
Sushi Kami's chefs bring the distinct flavors of Southeast Asia to metro Detroit as they craft entrees using Japanese and Korean cooking techniques. They carefully carve fresh eel and king crab into exotic maki, sushi, or specialty rolls. The multitalented chefs also assemble customized bento boxes during lunch service, filling each compartment with chicken katsu, sauce, and a series of smaller bento boxes.
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.
When 21-year-old Richard Paganes founded the first Tubby’s in 1968, it’s possible he had no idea he’d just established a dining dynasty. But after a decade in business, Richard’s sub shop in the Detroit suburbs was too popular to remain a solo act. And so began a franchising effort that lets today’s customers choose from more than 65 Tubby’s when a sandwich craving kicks in or they need a u to win an alphabet game on a road trip. The menu boasts more than your typical deli fare—though the Tubby’s Famous sub of salami and ham is the eatery’s most popular. For a twist, staffers also pack sandwiches with grilled steak and chicken, burger fixings, or veggies.
We are a friendly neighborhood Bar and Grille with great food at low prices. WE have been called "The Cheers of Downriver." We are located in a tight knit community where people help each other. We are committed to community service and have hosted many benefits for charities and friends who have been stricken with illness
Famous Hamburger’s samurai spatula-wielders sizzle up 19 succulent burgers using a secret family recipe from 1970, preparing their patties humanely in the halal tradition. Hang a fang on one of the menu's bun-swaddled selections, such as the signature double third-pound patty topped with an egg and american cheese ($6.49; $8.99 with fries) or the Inferno burger—a sammie sporting a slice of pepper jack cheese and jalapeños spicier than R-rated films about potpourri ($4.99; $7.49 with fries). The falafel burger's garden-sprouted selection features a seared circle made of chickpeas, onions, and parsley drizzled in ranch sauce ($3.99; $6.49 with fries). The menu also includes freshly made subs and pita wraps, including chicken, beef, shawarma, kafta, and falafel options.