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Located just 40 minutes from Toledo and Ann Arbor, Evans Street Station is Southeast Michigan’s premier destination restaurant. Tucked just off the southeast corner of Chicago Boulevard and South Evans Street in charming downtown Tecumseh sits the celebrated little jewel of an eatery. Housed in the town’s former fire station, the only clues indicating the building’s previous incarnation are the red exterior paint and the siren that sits prominently on the rooftop. Inside, guests relax in the beautifully renovated interior spaces featuring warm mahogany wood and a stately fieldstone fireplace. A small-town restaurant with big city sophistication, Evans Street Station is locally owned and operated. Guests visit from far and wide to indulge in our seasonal modern Midwestern fare. Our innovative culinary creations feature stunning plate presentations that are nothing short of works of art.More
Welcome to the Holly Hotel!
No longer an Inn, Michigan's Holly Hotel is a nationally-known American restaurant, listed on the United States Register of Historic Places. The essence of award-winning regional and classical cuisine, late Queen Anne Victorian architecture, and a loyal following since 1891.
The Chef's of the Holly Hotel begin each day contacting purveyors from all over the world. Fresh Ono, Tuna and Rainbow Runner fish is flown in from Hawaii. Game is ordered from Montana or Texas. Chicken is ordered from Indiana, direct from purveyors that specialize in free-range products. Produce is delivered three times a week from Detroit's Eastern Market. Regional products, like Michigan morel mushrooms and fiddlehead ferns, are ordered in season from long-established Michigan vendors.
Please remember, our menu changes daily! More
Founded in 2012, LIVING ZEN ORGANICS is a food business founded by monks, students and neighbors of the Detroit Zen Center. What do we do? + Farm-to-table meals + On-site bulk store & grab n go foods. + Distribute nutrient dense, organic & affordable food. + Support local farms & businesses + Use biodegradable packaging, and fully compost & recycle. + Pay living wages. TEMPLEfare farm-to-table . organic . plant-based lunch & dinner buffet by reservation only. we serve a buffet of vegan dishes, prepared by monks & zen students, from scratch.More
Welcome to Robusto's Cigar Bar and Bistro.
Robusto’s offers its patrons a unique sanctuary where you can escape and indulge in all of life’s guilty pleasures in one single place.
Curated by Certified Sommelier, Harry Bahri, Robusto’s offers an eclectic selection of fine cigars, rare spirits and exceptional wines to satisfy even the most discerning palate. Every effort is placed to create a progressive and innovative menu by our Executive Chef, Kevin Walters, daily.
We encourage you to come in, allow us to cater to you and help find your inner Zen.More
Sagano first opened in its original location in Lincor Park in the summer of 2003. Back then, it was simply a Japanese Bistro, offering an assortment of noodle bowls, teriyaki and tempura dishes, as well as sushi. Being the only restaurant in Genesee County to serve sushi, Sagano Japanese Bistro gained a strong following, and flourished for about two and a half years until it expanded into what it is today. In December of 2005, Sagano Japanese Bistro and Steakhouse had its grand opening to reveal its new side and ten new Hibachi grill tables. Doubling in both size and capacity, Sagano has continued to flourish due to extremely loyal customers as well as those in search of some new tastes. Sagano now offers a full grill menu, including chicken, shrimp, lobster, snow tuna, steak, and many others including combinations. We now have 5 locations throughout Michigan as we continue to serve the best in Japanese Cuisine. More
Detroit probably has more nicknames than any other city. The two most common, Motor City and Motown, stem from its large contributions to the automobile and the music industry. This booming city also offers a lot in the way of sporting events, attractions and eating establishments. Detroit not only has restaurants offering food from almost every culture, but it is also known for many of its own special delicacies. Many of the eating venues offer foods that have actually originated here, including Detroit-style pizza, Corridor sausage and double-baked rye bread. You can also taste Eastern Michigan favorites like Coney Island hot dogs and Detroit Street Brick. These are some of the most famous delights of the region, and Detroit and the surrounding area are a great place to give them a try.