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A home-cooked meal at a reasonable price. Great broaster foods including chicken, chops, and ribs.
Dressed up dogs with all the fixings.
Omelettes are the highlight on the breakfast menu. Diner-style sandwiches and dinners for under $10. A gem tucked away in a strip mall.
This slider stop is a venerable west side institution, with some saying you haven’t lived until you’ve tried one of Bates’ “gut bombs.” The blandishments are few — just the essentials: salt, pepper, mustard and ketchup — but it doesn’t get any more authentic than this. Great for going alone, eating at the counter and rubbing elbows with the people.
BB's Diner puts a spin on the typical diner stereotypes with its innovation and creativity when it comes to its burgers. Definitely worth the drive.
A Livonia staple since the 60's.
A spin-off of the original Don's in Traverse City, this wannabe '50s diner is a reproduction all the way but manages to pull off its vintage look. Hand-patted burgers and shakes and malts made on a lineup of Hamilton Beach mixers are accompanied by Elvis on the jukebox. Don't look for Don. The boss is Bob Wilson of Detroit's Wilson Dairy family. ***
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