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The menu features sauerkraut and kielbasa stew, pierogi and golabki-stuffed cabbage in tomato sauce. Crumbly, fruit-filled pastries accompany your coffee for the perfect ending.
Traditional Polish favorites. A big hit on the menu is the Diana Placki - cheese, sauerkraut, sausage and tomatoes between two potato pancakes. Checks welcome.
Authentic Polish cuisine outside Hamtramck.
Heaping portions of fried fish, stews, ribs and Polish specialties served in a time-warp VFW setting. Plenty of regulars on hand to tell tales. The food just keeps coming and coming. An interesting historical site, open for over 90 years.
"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."
Digging into a big plate at Hamtramck’s Polish Village Café might have you suppose you’re eating food prepared by somebody’s Polish mother. That’s because, essentially, you are. During peak dining hours there’s a steady flow of waiting customers first lining up at the bar and sometimes winding up the stairs and out the door. Most entrées run around $8 — a trifle when you consider the asking price for a dreary meal at the corner suburban strip mall chain. In a space with old-style character, with a full bar, this Hamtramck staple serves a few pages of meat-and-potatoes Polish dishes and their accompanying sides. Impressive soups, Polish standards, "city chicken," Hungarian pancakes, mushroom crêpes, boiled ribs, fresh sausage in beer sauce, pan-fried chicken livers — plus a whole other menu page of such daily specials as stuffed green peppers and sauerkraut in crusty dough. Cash only.
"Real Polish cooking in a relaxing, Old World setting. Pierogis, cabbage soup. Hearty combination meals to taste test a variety of specialties. Huge portions, good value."
"We offer take-out subs and sandwiches all sliced on the spot and made to order, as well as homemade soups, chili and pizza
by the slice. We feature Kowalski luncheon meats and European-style breads and baked goods delivered fresh daily from Hamtramck`s Martha Washington Bakery. We specialize in Polish favorites such as pierogi, kielbasa and kraut. Beer and wine is also avialible for take-out"
"An authentic Polish restaurant inside the American Polish Cultural Center."
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Hockeytown is synonymous with good beer and good times, so why should the BrewHaHa be any different? The event starts by teasing the palate with a firkin happy hour, which will include three 4-ounce servings of custom brews made exclusively for the event. Following that will be an optional tour of the Joe and a five-course gourmet meal with beer pairings. In addition, MotorCity Casino Hotel is offering a special rate with complimentary transportation to and from the event.
The first DMAs were held in 1992, and since their inception, they’ve featured some of Detroit’s most notable artists onstage, including such national acts as Eminem, Kid Rock, Martha Reeves, Ted Nugent, Smokey Robinson and Insane Clown Posse. However, regional performers make up the majority of talented nominees, and the 2014 award season looks exciting with a promising list of performers in categories that range from industrial to R&B.
The San Francisco trio’s experimental, freeweheeling take on guitar-based pop (punctuated by frontwoman Satomi Matsuzaki’s crazed, childlike vocal delivery) has made them a favorite of the likes of Pitchfork for years. Call it art rock, call it no wave, call it indie prog, call it whatever — with every release the band attempts to sound completely different, and in that inconsistency they are nothing if not consistent (hell, the band is notorious for sounding completely different at the end of a song than they did at the begining). It’s fun, yet difficult stuff — right at home in an art museum.
live music, fabulous hors d’oeuvres, complimentary wine, cash bar, early buying opportunities. Plus see this year’s pristine vintage automobile display. Benefits the Detroit Area Art Deco Society.
With the warmth of spring comes outdoor drinking season, and the Majestic needs your help celebrating the opening of the Alley Deck, with tasty drinks, delicious eats and live jams from the local retro band the Highballs. The 28 brown and white specials include Jim Beam’s Devil Cut, Remy 1738 Cognac, Chivas 18-year, Absolut Vodka, Valentine Vodka, Avión Silver Tequila and many more. Designated driver tickets are $5, and a cash bar is available if the 12-sample tickets aren’t quite enough for you.
This electro-pop duo played its first show on New Year’s Eve at the Old Miami, and has since clearly been building up to something amazing. Made up of singer-songwriter Laura Finlay and beat master Eddie Logix (of MidCoast Most and Progress Report), Sleepless Inn is finally ready to wake up Detroit with the release of its debut EP, The Rainbow Room. Come get wrapped up in lush, dreamy sounds that’ll have you tossing and turning all night long. Loretta Lucas and Humons also play.
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