Marcus Family Restaurant

Northeast Corner of 14 Mile and Ryan. Two miles east of Oakland Mall behind Sunoco Gas Station
Parking: Large parking lot in front of building

Restaurant Details

"Since 1929, the Marcus Burger has been a Detroit favorite. It is an all beef patty sauteed to perfection and served on a hot dog bun. In addition to the specialty burgers, Marcus prides itself on its homemade Polish entrées such as handmade pierogis and chicken dumpling soup made with handmade dumplings and prepared daily.

It is a diner that has more than you would expect. It is kid friendly and offers weekend and lunch specials. Complete carry-out is available, as well as holiday dinner options that feed the whole family. Breakfast is served daily with large portion meals. People come from all over the United States to try our infamous Marcus Burger and our various menu selections."

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