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Take Sushi is tiny and busy, serving several varieties of Japanese beer, offering sushi to eat in or to go
Tucked away in a mall, this place offers a dizzyingly long list of menu items. Nice presentation.
We have been serving pizzas to Royal Oak and the surrounding area since 1987. Our stuffed pizza is like no other, with a garlic-topped crust and homemade dough and sauce. Our original location at 13 and Crooks offers carry-out and free delivery, our new location in downtown Royal Oak, 316 W. 4th St., next to the Royal Oak Music Theater, offers eat-in, carry-out and free delivery.
Downtown Ypsilanti's oldest drinking establishment features food, beverages and live entertainment seven days a week. The atmosphere is relaxed and casual, catering to a diverse clientele. The original woodwork and tin ceiling have been carefully maintained. The Tap Room features a selection of 63 bottled beers and 9 drafts, 4 of which rotate on a monthly basis. The menu features a broiled 1/3 pound burger and a variety of fresh soups, salads and subs. For your late-night hunger attacks, the Tap Room serves a variety of munchies until midnight. The kitchen opens at 11 am for lunch.
Tapper's Pub specializes in fresh appetizers and entrees including steaks and pastas. With affordable prices and a large menu with several sandwiches and salads, the pub is a great choice for lunch. Every menu item, including soups, sauces and dips, is made from scratch.

Tapper's Pub is one of only 18 restaurants in Michigan to feature 4 types of beer from Dragonmead, a local Warren microbrewery. They carry a large selection of beers as well as a list of fine wines.

The restuarant boasts a dark wood interior, rich Mediterranean atmosphere. It seats approximately 100 and offers a separate banquet room for private parties of 50 to 60 guests.

Authentic, homestyle Mexican food.

Every Asian cuisine attempted -- Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Thai and Vietnamese -- gets a heavy-handed or boring treatment. No fire in the "spicy" dishes; no subtlety in anything.

This seven-seat burger joint is the dive of late-night dinner-fare: Small and cramped; it has an attitudinal waitstaff and a smattering of gossipy regulars. Still, the food's consistently good, and occasionally great -- though most people come for the burgers, the chicken sandwiches are the piece de resistance. To top it off, the fare is wonderfully inexpensive. For less than a dollar, the tipsy patron can dine well after they've wined.
Casual, family style. Buffets and a la carte menus.
Personalized pizza cooked in an authentic stone oven with a traditional thin crust.
Excellent seafood and steaks, and a friendly bar staff are highlights of this great family restaurant only steps from Lake St. Clair. An excellent menu selection will appease the tastes of all guests. Best filet in town, guaranteed!
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