Best American Restaurants in White Lake

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Best American Restaurants in White Lake

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The Root Restaurant & Bar
The Root Restaurant & Bar
(1969)
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American | White Lake, Detroit

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Discover White Lake

Located northeast of Detroit, the suburban township of White Lake offers a range of classic Midwest food options. A trip to the area would be criminal if it didn't involve eating a Coney Dog. This hot dog classic has since spread across the United States, but its place of conception was Detroit and dates back to 1917. Another dish that has deep roots in Michigan is the Cornish pasty. Carried over by English miners that settled in the area, the pasty's entrance into the region dates back to the 1840s. This meat, potato, turnip, and onion-filled pastry is a commentary on the area's industrial roots. The region offers nods to American classics, but spans the entire web of culinary interests.

Discover White Lake

Located northeast of Detroit, the suburban township of White Lake offers a range of classic Midwest food options. A trip to the area would be criminal if it didn't involve eating a Coney Dog. This hot dog classic has since spread across the United States, but its place of conception was Detroit and dates back to 1917. Another dish that has deep roots in Michigan is the Cornish pasty. Carried over by English miners that settled in the area, the pasty's entrance into the region dates back to the 1840s. This meat, potato, turnip, and onion-filled pastry is a commentary on the area's industrial roots. The region offers nods to American classics, but spans the entire web of culinary interests.