Food & Drink in Wyoming


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  • 36th Street Lounge
    Although 36th Street Lounge features a number of high-topped tables and booths, sitting is far from the only option. Live bands perform throughout the week and energize the crowds with high-octane sets. Other nights, DJs keep heads bobbing with eclectic mixes and karaoke allows guests to show off their ability to read. In addition to dartboards and a handful of arcade games—such as Golden Tee and Ms. Pac-Man—the bar features two pool tables. The 36th Street Lounge kitchen crew whips together a menu of somewhat elevated bar fare. Fettuccine noodles arrive slathered in savory alfredo and sizzling fajitas receive dollops of teriyaki sauce. Regardless of the menu's inspirations, each dish pairs well with a drink from the bar. Bartenders pour frosty drafts of iconic brews and mix a number of cocktails using flavor-infused liquor.
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    945 36th Street Southwest
    Wyoming, MI US
  • Boardwalk Subs
    Jersey-style subs may be Boardwalk Subs’ food forte, but the staff’s true specialty is its attention to customer service, as showcased by its nomination for the Grand Rapids Celebrated Service award. In between friendly smiles and polite conversations, the kitchen crew at the family owned eatery focuses its attention on handcrafting 25 types of toasted or grilled subs and pairing them with fresh-baked cookies and warm soups. After baking fresh bread each day, cooks slice open each 15-inch roll before stuffing it with savory meats, such as salami, capicola, and roast beef, and seven kinds of colorful vegetables. The sandwich artists then top the savory layers with one of 12 sauces and seasonings such as celery salt and italian spices.
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    901 Gezon Pkwy. SW
    Wyoming, MI US
  • Mr Burger Restaurant
    For a meal that won't leave you hungry, head to Mr Burger Restaurant for a juicy patty and side of your choice — this Wyoming burger joint is squared away in the Wyoming community. Don't expect to find any low-fat fare on Mr Burger Restaurant's menu — you'll need to be prepared to indulge a bit. Bring the Mr Burger Restaurant's great food to your place. Driving to Mr Burger Restaurant? Check out the nearby parking selections and park with ease. Mr Burger Restaurant serves up meals for the prices you deserve. All under $15.
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    950 44th Street Southwest
    Wyoming, MI US
  • Wing Heaven
    With 19 signature sauces on traditional or breaded wings, there are more than 35 ways diners can sate wing cravings at Wing Kingz. But more than just that, the cooks also whip up fried fish and shrimp, bacon-cheddar potato wedges, and deep-fried spicy green beans.
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    1802 28th Street Southwest
    Wyoming, MI US
  • Windy City Grille
    Ranked the best restaurant in Wyoming by Urbanspoon, Windy City Grille?s familial owners continue their 31-year tradition of serving accolade-worthy dishes inspired by Chicago and Greece. Dive headfirst into the menu, which showcases fresh gyros stuffed with lamb, beef, and cucumber sauce ($7.49), and feta-festooned greek salads ($7.99). Broaden shoulders with the italian-beef sandwich, fresh Gonnella bread topped with roast beef, grilled green peppers, and hot giardiniera ($8.49), or an authentic Chicago-style hot dog ($3.49).
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    5751 Byron Center Ave SW
    Wyoming, MI US
  • Our Town Deli
    Our Town Deli, directed by deli master and Grand Rapids local Jesse Foerch, showcases a symphony of sandwiches ideal for lunchers looking to eat with their hands and not their mini gardening tools. Sammy suitors line up to sink their teeth into fresh, made-to-order subs, served under heaps of toppings including cucumbers, chipotle sauce, and pepper jack cheese. Introduce protein-passionate taste receptors to Our Town's cold italian sub ($4.29/6-inch; $7.29/12-inch), stuffed with ham, salami, cappacola, pepperoni, and provolone, or opt for the hot pastrami ($4.49/6-inch; /$7.99/12-inch), sliced thin and placed between your choice of fresh-baked breads. While Our Town aims to use local ingredients in all of its subs, only the local specialties are named after local landmarks, such as the Calder club, a conglomeration of ham, turkey, bacon, swiss, and ranch ($4.89), and the Michigan Left ($4.89), which, on opposite day, shouldn't be eaten whilst driving. The deli rounds out repasts with a selection of crisp salads and sides.
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    15 44th St SW
    Wyoming, MI US

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