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Tender loving care, dished up along with great food, and served in spacious and attractive digs. The menu is a mix of American and Lebanese: hamburgers, chef salad and turkey sandwiches, kafta, hommous and laban. The grilled shrimp is divine; just as good is a garlicky, buttery lemon chicken topped with thinly sliced mushrooms and served with rice pilaf.
Delicious homemade food and farm fresh ingredients share the spotlight with the best live musicians in Detroit at M’s Gathering Place.

Located at 32293 Ford Road (between Venoy and Merriman) in Garden City, M’s Gathering Place delivers a unique menu highlighting tasty family recipes, made with the freshest fixings at surprisingly affordable prices. “I felt the community needed a place where we could come and listen to great music, and enjoy a good meal in a nice, clean, family atmosphere,” says owner Mary Hauk, a lifelong Michigander.

Mary has owned and operated Mary’s Farm Market and Farm in nearby Canton since 1993. The selections at M’s Gathering Place feature fresh seasonal produce straight from Mary’s farm or purchased from her network of local Michigan farmers whenever possible. “Whatever we don’t grow on our family farms, we’re able to bring in from other Michigan farms when it’s in season,” Hauk says. “That makes a world of difference when it comes to flavor.”

The “always fresh” aesthetic applies to the restaurant’s meats and seafood as well. The best cuts of beef and pork are prepared daily in house to ensure top quality. Whitefish, salmon and farm-raised catfish are flown in, and filleted right in the spacious kitchen. Homemade breads, sauces, salad dressings and pizza dough are also prepared at the restaurant. Many of the items on the menu like the mouth-watering beef stroganoff, and the juicy London Broil are adapted from family recipes.

Other amenities at M’s include online ordering, 14 large screen televisions for Detroit’s sports lovers, a fine variety of craft and commercial beers, wines and spirits, and free wi-fi. Dine-in and carry out are available.

Seafood, Cajun style. Shrimp and crawfish etouffee, catfish, crab cakes. Deep-fried Cajun alligator. House salad with gorgonzola and sun-dried cherries. Raw bar.
Anything from burgers and salads to prime rib with many other dinners in between. All homemade soups. Open Sundays for private parties only.
The popular chain translates mom-and-pop Italian into a slick production. With the open kitchen, Italian flag color scheme and strings of lightbulbs illuminating the lively scene, it's a place where noisy tots, or adults for that matter, blend right into the atmosphere. Sturdy pastas, thin-crusted pizzas and veal, shrimp and chicken dishes come to tables on which jugs of wine are part of the settings. A winning concept that emanates from San Antonio.***
The vitrual prototype of the friendly diner, with a cheery welcome from proprietors and staff and a menu or down-to-earth dishes such as bean and chicken noodle soups, roast turkey, pastas and the house favorite home fries with onions and sausage or bacon topped with cheese, known as the potato plate. As popular as it is unpretentious. ****
With knee-to-ceiling windows on the north and west walls, a wealth of natural light washes across the white counter and the vibrant aqua vinyl stools and chairs. Mae’s is quite clean and decent and suggestive of a fairy-tale era where young love is measured in baseball euphemisms and cigarettes aren’t yet bad for your health. Open until four p.m. every day except Mondays, Mae’s menu is naturally focused toward breakfast and sandwiches. The butter burger is a good bet for lunch: two well-seasoned, hand-formed patties come various ways on a generously buttered bun. While the buildup towards Mae’s opening might have initially brought a few people in, it’s the quality food, mood and reasonable prices that are going to bring them back.
Fourteen pool tables, racing and other video games. Food from 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. Live music, a DJ, dancing, friendly people and a laid-back feel.

Maine Street Restaurant has been an icon in the Metro-Detroit Hamtramck Area since 1999, specializing in serving up authentic Greek, Italian, European & American cuisine. Maine Street Restaurant stays true to its tradition of providing great tasting quality food at affordable prices. Carry-out available.

Authentic Italian family restaurant. Quaint, Old World style.

THE MAJESTIC CAFE SAYS: Under the direction of our new chef, Raven Crane, the Majestic Cafe boasts an entirely new menu rooted in American comfort foods with a modern spin. Chef Raven’s approach emphasizes quality, fresh, ingredients – many from local suppliers. In the summer months, the Cafe will even feature produce grown in our own organic community farming plot. Whether it’s appetizer selections ranging from housemade mozzarella sticks to mussels; a selection of more than a dozen burgers and sandwiches; or one of our hearty entrees – the new Majestic Cafe menu offers something for everyone – including vegetarians and vegans. The Majestic Cafe is open Tuesday – Sunday until 2am. Happy hour drink specials are available Monday – Friday from 3pm – 6pm. Brunch is available Saturdays until 3pm, and Sundays until 6pm.

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