Super Saturday Themed Dinners Enjoyable Meals

Eclectic Great Menu, Beers and Bourbons
A great amazing eating spot in downtown Wyandotte is a must try plating up unique super foods along with a super list OF craft beers on tap and bottled. With the explosion of the craft beer movement over the last few years this place has added to a must try for those many super beers and bourbon. The chef who had decades of fine food experience just transplanted here from Arizona, he showcases some of the most unique menu items around the city.

Our first trip with many more to follow we tried 3 of the low priced lunch menu items the $5 Cuban sandwich with Broccoli soup, the $ 6 special Honey Pecan coated Chicken salad and me favorite the $ 7 mega flavorful Burger on Ciabatta bread topped with Garlic Basil Mayo,,really have to say the very best Burger Downriver and another must try I tell you.

A most beautiful new decorated seating area with a large outdoor patio out front that this area will sure to be proud to have. Fast friendly service with a smile and a visit from the chef, along with 3 lunch specials for $20,,,, which to me is gourmet foods at half the price elsewhere. Wonderful house made Bourbon BBQ chips and get this Purple Sweet Tater Deep Fried Fries so really good.

Had the pleasure to attend on a Saturday when they plated up a super Cajun style dinner that had the best foods I’ve had since a visit to New Orleans. The meal was all cooked to perfection with those jumbo Shrimp spiced along with fresh Okra over rice and a scrumptious cake for dessert. The place was packed with many happy diners the service was impeccable along with the owner stopping by to say hello to diners at every table. Our 6th trip to this hot new eating spot in Wyandotte we’ll be back many more times,,, give them a try and seen there Facebook page for daily specials.

Now let’s talk BEEF  the best deal around town on Prime Rib we’ve had it 3 times now always cooked to our liking smothered in Au Jus with a side of Fricase a cream of horseradish and mayo along with potatoes and a salad for only $ 12 make this the steal deal of all downriver. At least once per month on the weekend they this deal that’s make for a enjoyable evening exploring downtown Wyandotte. We’ve always had great service and meals I really don’t know what the others on review sites are to complain about. The owners a husband and wife team have brought this unique eating spot to us,,, so get on down give them a try. The owner is a Beer Brewer like me and has a super rotating draft selection of Michigan Craft Beers for my enjoyment.

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You say Slider,,I say let’s EAT NOW Motz

As a wee baby boy I had me very first Slider being raised in Southwest Detroit, having tried dozens of other sliders I keep coming back at least once per month to enjoy the very Best ever made. LOVE those Double Cheeseburger Sliders cooked to perfection steamed on a bed of onion then plated up between Browns Buns another classic Southwest Detroit business.

Since 1929 this place has numerous written articles nationwide claiming this place has always had the Sliders that are the true Crave. A must order is the double which I always have a standing order for 3 which they all know once I walk in. The crew a family operation being together for decades are very proud to provide you with fast friendly service. A variety of other burgers to try of which I must get my same order each is I’ve heard also outstanding. Please check out both there Facebook page and website.

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Sliders in me Belly Make Me HAPPY,, Harry’s got em

My take on a true Slider is a fresh rolled hamburger ball thrown on a flat top grill that’s loaded with onions and the squashed flat with a spatula  to grill to perfection and placing more onions on top and flipped only once, then topped with a single slice of cheese and insert between 2 steamed buns then topped with pickles, catsup and mustard.

I’ve been getting these for 50 years at a place downriver Detroit area which was Carter’s Hamburger’s until just the last 6 months and now named Harry’s Corned Beef and Ham. They keep the exact same real deal slider’s that’s excited all for many decade’s along with the special deal of buy 4 and get one Free which is a mega platter of sliders for only $ 6, always cooked to perfection and smothered in those grilled onions.

In the way Americans are prone to do, with a mixture of appreciation and contempt, a number of facetious terms were invented to describe White Castle’s cheap and greasy miniature burgers. “Belly buster,” “gut bomb,” and “slider” are all, according to one source, terms invented by enthusiastic patrons to describe White Castle burgers. (Though one source claims “sliders” originated with patrons of the competing White Tower burger chain, where the car hops dressed like nurses, founded in Milwaukee in 1928.) Whatever its origin, White Castle took out a patent on a variant of the term (spelling it “slyder”) in 1983, with the idea of reclaiming what they thought was their invention — but the new spelling never stuck. Meanwhile, the appealing term had become ubiquitous from one end of the country to the other to describe any sort of smallish, greasy burger. But around 2007, it was appropriated to describe quite a different culinary phenomenon. True or not, two more stories about the origin of the term bear mentioning. One is that a barnstorming pilot named Earl Rowland undertook a cross-country flight in 1929, at which he boasted of eating “sliders” at 98 White Castle locations. The second is more plausible: Beginning in the 1940s, sailors in the U.S. Navy began referring to the preformed burgers as “sliders” due to their greasiness, and to the cheeseburgers as “sliders with a lid.”

Detroit has a great variety of Slider eating spots with my favorite being MOTZ since 1929 on the corner of Fort and Green Southwest Detroit’s oldest Burger joint. So get on downriver to Harry’s to get your belly filled with super great sliders and more