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Mr. Mike’s Grill’s owners have more than 40 years of restaurant experience. Sammy and Hiyam met in Alabama and moved to California before moving to Michigan in 1996, Hiyam’s home state.
They’ve built a strong passion for food and providing a wonderful customer service over the years. They purchased Mr. Mike’s Grill in 2014, taking their daughters on board to carry on the family tradition of offering outstanding customer service in a family diner.
The most important aspect of their company is family, and they work hard to foster the environment both inside Mr. Mike’s Grill and with their customers. With the introduction of new entrée pieces, such as the delicious and famous prime rib dinners featured on weekends and gluten free choices, the menu is packed with home cooked style dishes with all the freshest ingredients, cooked to order.
Mr.Mikes is a favorite hangout for my husband and me. We enjoy the food, the prices, and the consistently excellent service!! I have yet to find a restaurant that serves better soups than Mr. Mikes Grill! Keep up the good work! These days, good service means a lot! Thank you so much!
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Published on October 16, 2020 You should eat at your own risk! Senate Livonia was my first visit there. Regrettably, it will be my last. First and foremost, my waitress was extremely pleasant and effective. Five stars for her operation! The food is typical of Coney Island. My food arrived hot and…quickly. This is when things started to go wrong. I sat in a booth that overlooked the kitchen, where the line cooks worked. I was about halfway through my meal when I noticed the chefs at work. During the cooking process, both cooks wore gloves. One of the cooks (his name is Kenny, according to the hostess), propped his foot up on the bottom of the grill, tied his shoe, and re-adjusted his pants over his shoe. He recovered his footing and reached into two separate metal pans behind the eggs to place raw food on the grill. I’d done! I was unable to finish my meal. It’s not only unsanitary, but it’s also gross. I should have gone around to each table and told them of the situation. As a chef, your highest priority is to preserve sanitary conditions when preparing the food for your customers. When I told my waitress and hostess what had happened, they both apologized profusely, but neither of them went to ask the cook to remove his gloves, wash his face, and re-glove. Nico is the manager’s name, and I’ll be going up there this afternoon to talk about it. and more Helpful?2 Date of visit: October 2020
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It’s past 12 a.m. Perhaps you’re leaving the library, or perhaps you’re leaving Skeeps or Rick’s. Whatever state of inebriation or fatigue you’re in, 24-hour late night muchies are the way to go.
For some reason, most restaurants seem to believe that the only time people go out to eat is during the day. Fortunately, a couple of nearby eateries have gone above and beyond to satisfy our late-night hunger pangs.
I was initially perplexed by Southeastern Michigan’s fascination with Coney Island as an out-of-stater. Then it dawned on me that they weren’t talking about Brooklyn, but rather a Greek diner. I understand the attraction now that I’ve had one for the first time. Late-night delicacies sent from above.
Do you need a sweet treat to get you through your night out or night in the lib? Look no further than this donut shop run by a husband and wife team. The creme de la creme of pastries, these donuts, long johns, and apple fritters are freshly baked every day.
It was Denny’s that I saw on Instagram yesterday, which I mistook for an artisanal, posh breakfast spot. Just saying, don’t let your fear of chain restaurants keep you from trying something new. This 24-hour hotspot is where you should go if you’re hungry.
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Are you hungry but don’t know what you’re craving? When you choose Ram’s Horn for a meal, you’ve come to the right place. We deliver a wide range of menu items, including comfort food, breakfast items, sweet treats, and special meal combinations that you won’t find anywhere else! Download our menu’s nutritional information by clicking here.
In 1967, Eugene, Constantinos (Gus), and Steve Kasapis opened the first Ram’s Horn restaurant in Detroit’s Cadillac Square. The brothers had spent years working in restaurants with their father, Demetri Kasapis, at his Receiving Lunch restaurant in Detroit’s Greektown neighborhood. With a profitable business behind them, the family closed the Greektown restaurant and concentrated on growing the Ram’s Horn brand, granting their first franchise in 1974. The second Ram’s Horn opened in Livonia in 1968, and the third in Dequindre and 13 Mile Road in 1970. Over the years, the franchise has opened stores in virtually every neighborhood in metro Detroit; currently, Ram’s Horn has 16 locations in the area!! The Ram’s Horn celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2017, after attracting loyal crowds for decades with tasty food, excellent service, and a welcoming atmosphere. Ram’s Horn is proud of the fact that they have maintained high food quality levels over the years, something that other chain restaurants have had to abandon due to the financial difficulties that many diners are experiencing. Ram’s Horn is still going high, but this year they want to go above and beyond!