A few great, greasy, and inexpensive eats Dec. 17, 2013
A few locations, but this was the one I most frequented when I would go into work with my father, who taught at the now torn-down Detroit Redford High School for 25+ years. A local establishment among those who loves greasy and crunchy wing-dings on a budget. Or for those who simply like friendly, make-you-come-again service.
It’s all good, but the wings were on point with some hot sauce.
The truth. If you like burgers served to you in your car, hot and drippin’, then Roy’s is for you. Ask anyone in the area who knows a thing about true, unadulterated, and absolute beef heaven. They’ll tell you Roy’s, and so will we.
The Pacific Northwest knows it’s food, and it definitely knows it’s Asian cuisine. Sam, the owner of New Peking, is as much of a reason to try this place out as the delicious food is. As you are greeted by a genuine and truly passionate owner and host, you will soon be followed by some of the most mouthwatering and sincere Chinese food you have ever tried.
Try EVERYTHING! At least once. Especially the dumplings.
If you have ever driven to the Upper Peninsula, you have most likely seen Clyde’s. A classic drive-in that shuts down during the winter months (if you don’t understand why, google “winter in the UP”), it thrives during the other four months by selling top-notch and hand-crafted burgers and shakes. If you need a reason to the UP, google it and you will find your reason. If nothing more, go for Clyde’s. A good burger beckons you.