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Debut of First Co-Branded Applebee’s – IHOP in Detroit

Necessity is said to the mother of invention, in this case, it has brought two of our favorite brands together in the first ever co-branded Applebee’s – IHOP restaurant.  When the Courtyard by Mariott approached Team Schostak about opening an Applebee’s in their hotel, situated in the heart of Detroit, the hotel had one stipulation, the menu must include breakfast. Since… 

Cops and Donuts: Michigan Bakery Proves It’s Not Just a Stereotype

Cops love doughnuts– it’s a stereotype we’ve all seen, heard, and accepted. But recently, a few police officers in Michigan took the career and food pairing stereotype and turned it into a successful business. There were an estimated 780,000 police officers in the U.S, in 2012, and by 2022, the country is expected to hire an additional 41,000. According to… 

Patty Burger – Orion Charter Township (By Great Lakes Crossing)

There’s a new unique burger joint in Metro Detroit.  Patty Burger in Orion Charter Township is located conveniently off of I-75 on Baldwin Road near Great Lakes Crossing.  Patty Burger was built on the philosophy of fresh is best, so they construct your burger using veggies that are cut daily and meat that is never frozen.  And to top it… 

Sweet Lorraine’s Fabulous Mac n’ Brewz – Midtown Detroit

If you love Mac ‘n Cheese, you should seriously try out Sweet Lorraine’s Fabulous Mac n’ Brewz in Detroit.  This fast-casual restaurant is situated in midtown Detroit and is within walking distance of Wayne State University and the cultural center. In addition to fab mac /n cheese, the restaurant offers fresh salads, wraps, and a full bar stocked with draft and bottled beers, sangria and… 

Summer Flavor Returns to the Rusty Bucket – Strawberry Shortcake Recipe

Nothing says summer like cool, refreshing desserts, right?  The Rusty Bucket has added a Strawberry Shortcake to their menu for a limited time so guests can enjoy this quintessential summer treat.  We tried it out last weekend and we all agree they have mastered this dessert.   The Rusty Bucket is a casual dining restaurant that features made from scratch items.… 

National Grilled Cheese Day – April 12, 2017

Grilled cheese, yum!  This American comfort food has been around since the time of the Romans, but it didn’t really become popular until the 1920’s when sliced bread and cheese became readily available to families around the world. The grilled cheese has been a popular staple in the United States. In fact, according to a 2009 report by consumer research firm…