Dundee is a village in Monroe County in the U.S. state of Michigan. The population was 3,957 at the 2010 census. The village and the surrounding Dundee Township are served by Dundee Community Schools. Dundee is part of the Monroe metropolitan area.
Things to do in Dundee
4.5 based on 142 reviews
First of all this is more than a bar, it is a great restaurant! Food is very good, hot, fresh and presentation is better than most restaurants.
The burgers are juicy, and served the way you want them. The 1/2 pound burger at $6.99, and served with chips. It is simply the best burger I have had in a long time.
We ordered a salad for an additional $3.99,
The salad had fresh greens, tomatoes, onions and cucumbers. It was very fresh!
The waitress that served us, Jen, was friendly, efficient and seemed to really enjoy her job! Her smile was contagious!
The restrooms are clean, and well maintained.
Truly a great place to stop and enjoy a burger, pizza or complete dinner while you’re in Dundee!
4 based on 16 reviews
Espresso drinks, frappes, smoothies, bubble tea, pastries all made in-house, sandwiches, quiche, hashbrown cups, panini, teas and coffees to go and much more.
Went here with a friend for the first time. I had a Bubble Tea (I love bubble tea) and a Mediterranean Chicken Sandwich (sandwiches are served with a few kettle chips). With both items I believe it cost around $13, which I feel is a little high for lunch at a coffee shop. Bubble Tea was good and I felt that the sandwich was also good, just wasn't happy with the price for the amount of food on the plate is all. Unsure if I will be back again. Atmosphere was nice and if you like antiques, you will absolutely love it as it is combined with an antique shop. They serve breakfast all day, so I would probably try a breakfast item in the future.
4.5 based on 68 reviews
This Russell Stover outlet is convenient to get to, just west of hwy 23 and across the street from Cabelas. the staff is also friendlier and more helpful than at the Kodak TN Stovers store we visited in March. In Dundee we were greeted at the door and welcomed with samples. Plenty of parking, store is accessible, and restroms were clean. Didn't try the ice cream as the prices for it seemed a little steep. Wandering through the aisles of chocolte bunnies, hearts, pecan treats, and blooper boxes I felt like Charlie in the Chocolate Factory only without the oompa loompas.
4.5 based on 82 reviews
We were looking for a lunch before stopping at Cabela's which is just 5 or so blocks away. Checked TripAdvisor.com and saw this was highly rated and close by. We were not disappointed!
Small but busy strip-mall location. Typical American-Chinese menu. Very wide luncheon special menu (soup + egg roll or crab rangoon + fried rice + entree).
We both ordered a lunch special and loved it. Highly recommend the crab rangoons (rich and slightly sweet cream cheese filling). The szechuan chicken was delightful in a very rich brown sauce. The hot and sour soup tasted better than it looked. Everything was cooked to order and freshly prepared.
Tables (chairs without arms) and booths. Wheelchair accessible. Well lit.
Our server was non-Asian but knew the menu well and could recommend which dishes had the combination of ingredients we were looking for. (wanted stir-fried, not deep-fried chicken, no ginger and a brown sauce of some type, with vegetables and spicy). (szechuan chicken, by the way).
Will visit again next time we are in town.
4 based on 173 reviews
While staying in the motel across the street we went here. They were busy so we sat at the bar. The staff was very friendly and I had several choices of beer. My wife got the ribs and said they were good. I was thrilled to see frog legs on the menu so that's what I got. While they taste was there it was way over breaded. I'd say 90% to much, so I removed it all and just added a little bit.
I'd go back it I lived in the area and have no issues telling you to give them a try.
4.5 based on 57 reviews
May be listed as Bricktown Diner and Coney Island
Great place for an omelette ! This is where the locals enjoy good honest breakfasts. Only about half mile East of US-23 and the huge Cabela's Sporting goods shop.
4 based on 66 reviews
Had dinner here last night with my family. Waited 15 minutes to have order taken. Waited 45 minutes to receive appetizers and then another 35 minutes for dinner. All food arrived cold. The portions were ridiculously small and tasteless. The servers just put plates on table without even trying to figure out who ordered what and then just walked away - seriously, she never said a word - not even "you're welcome" when we said thanks. If you are looking to be ignored and craving food without flavor, this is the place for you!
4 based on 21 reviews
Stopped in because I saw their sign "best food inn town" well I had to see. Menu diverse, bbq, burgers, wraps and dinner dishes. I settled on bbq pork dinner, was NOT disappointed. Pork tender smoked perfectly, sauce very good, came with fries and cole slaw (which was ok). Limited draft beer choices.. would stop by again when in area.
4.5 based on 11 reviews
Within seconds of walking through the door, i was greeted, seated and drink order taken.
The atmosphere is clean, new age, lighter shade of rustic decor and light music playing in background with a few tv's on, but silent.
Tables clean and condiments orderly.
They menu has a diverse selection of salads, soups, appetizers, breakfasts, lunches, dinners, sandwiches, sides etc.
Last couple times here, i had the corned beef hash and then the eggs benedict (which i think is weekends only). Incredibly delicious, homemade food, always hot and fresh.
Fluffy, but crisp hashbrowns, eggs cooked to correct order.
This time i ordered the liver and onions and caeser salad.
The salad came out within 2 minutes and was crisp and cold.
The liver was fresh, cooked to perfection and thick cut.
Dirty dishes were removed promptly and drink refilled when low.
Always want to give the staff a high five on my way out.
Very resonably priced and always completely satisfied.
3.5 based on 35 reviews
We visit family here often and love to order in from Tiffany's. The value is great and its definitely above average for this part of MI. It is not anything fancy, but its consistently good. The bread-sticks are delicious and the delivery is quick.
If you are visiting, they delivery to mos hotels over by Cabela's.
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