I really like Banana, but this one in Downtown San Digeo is way too small. It doens't have a good selection and you are always tripping over people to see sizes.
It's been around for years and it keeps getting better. Since everyone in town is obsessed with every restaurant close to Somerset this gem is usually without a wait on the weekends.
You'll be surprised to know that this bar has unbelievable food and of course the martinis are great. All for really affordable prices. The only drawback is it sometimes smells like yesterday's sweaty crowd :(
After a lot of haggling they waived enrollment fee, but even that couldn't get me to stay. This gym is hot and crowded with little amenities. A lot of people swear by this franchise but I'll never go back.
A bunch or girls at work love this place so I had to see what all the fuss was about. However, I thought the food was ok, the waitstaff snobby, and we sat only 6 inches from another couple.
The best thing about this bar is the atmosphere. It looks and feels sexy without people trying to hard. The worst are the "reserved" tables that sit empty half of the night while the rest of us are forced to stand.
It's hard to tell if you're outside or inside in this multi-room bar. Every room has a different feel and I love the new upstairs where you can watch everyone down below.
It's been a while since I've been to Roadhouse, but I still crave their food frequently. It's definitely a great low-key place to take people when they come to town.
I have tried to give this place numerous chances. But EVERY time I've been in, the staff is very slow. Especially in the morning when I am in a hurry to get to work!
A lot of Southeast Michigan folks really like this local pizza joint. If you haven't tried it, you're missing out. By far the best on their menu is the Jet Bread.