Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by AutobotSkids, Jan 17, 2010.
Title says it all. Mine is Chevy's, a Mexican restaurant.
Crazy Horse Café.
Just drive on Highway 98, cross the bridge, and the restaurant is on the left, after Bob's Superette.
Either Qdoba or Mongolian Grill.
Small taqueria in Southwest Detroit named "Lupitas", it is the absolute best.
The Wolfgang Puck restaurant in the MGM casino has amazing food, but is very expensive. Perfect suggestion when someone else is paying
- Mimi's Cafe accross from DisneyLand- nothing special, just have a lot of fond memories.
- Japanese Village here in Calgary.
- The Blue Bayou in DisneyLand.
Primanti Brothers in Pittsburgh. I miss that place.......
There's actually a restaurant near here called "The Breakfast Club" which offers very good food.
Runner-up goes to a tavern called Deadwood. FANTASTIC steak there.
Been hooked on Cheddars lately
I also like hole in the wall places. Those little hidden restaurants you pass up a million times but rarely notice. Recommend trying them out
Rockne's Pub in Kent. Delicious food
I take it you have been to Duly's Coney Island on W. Vernor and Junction? Absolute BEST chili ever!
I just found an authentic taqueria a relatively short while ago (I don't really live in an area with a significant Mexican/Central American presence) and oh man was it good. Definitely the best Mexican food I've ever had. I guess I'm lucky in that respect, in that there's a huge variety of food around me I can try, and though unfortunately the majority isn't that great, eventually you find gems from a wide range of culinary styles.
Not Japanese, but you ever go to Winchester's? Best steak I've ever had.
I guess I'm not really one for a "favorite" restaurant, and more one who likes to try something different every time, whether its an Australian/Cajun themed restaurant (Kangaroo steak!), an all you can eat Dim Sum / Sushi place, or a Canadian Cottage Lifestyle themed restaurant (which was actually really great).
My favorite place to eat?
At home. Nothing beats my wife's excellent cooking!
Never heard of it. Always down for a great steak though.
Malaysian "Gourmet," my weekday lunch standard.
But If I had the choice, IHOP.
Cracker Barrel. The awesome gift shop with classic toys is a bonus.
Mid-range sit-down? bd''s Mongolian Grill
More pricey? Boma at Disney's Animal Kingdom Lodge
Good thing I get a 50% discount? Cinebistro.
1) Thompson's Pizzeria -- in my hometown of Chelsea, MI; great pizza
2) Hudson's Classic Grill -- in Jackson, MI; great burgers, nice retro decor
3) Cracker Barrel
4) Bob Evans
There used to be this great cafe in Chelsea, MI called Gina's Cafe that had really good food.
Superior Bar and Grill. One of best Mexican restaurants I have ever had the pleasure of eating.
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