St. Clair Shores is a suburban city bordering Lake St. Clair in Macomb County of the U.S. state of Michigan. It forms a part of the Metro Detroit area, and is located approximately 13 miles (21 km) northeast of downtown Detroit. The population was 59,715 at the 2010 census. The current mayor is Kip C. Walby, and the current council members are John D. Caron, Ronald J. Frederick, Peter A. Rubino, Candice B. Rusie, Anthony G. Tiseo, and Christopher M. Vitale.
Things to do in Saint Clair Shores
4.5 based on 129 reviews
One of my all-time favorite restaurants. I can honestly say that I would recommend ANYTHING on the menu. Some of my favorites - The Big Apple, The Big German, The Dutch Baby, 49er Flapjacks, any of the Crepes, The Mushroom Omelet, and I can't forget the Super Thick Bacon. Everything is made with quality ingredients - and you can taste the difference! Real butter and real whipped cream - not a bunch of artificial flavors and chemicals. And to top it off, the servers are so friendly and just so completely efficient! Wow - I can't say enough good things. Just eat here and you will see what I'm gushing about.
4.5 based on 173 reviews
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This place provides everything you would expect from a classic steakhouse. A dark, inviting atmosphere. Excellent and attentive servers. And your usual steak options. We also enjoyed the French onion soup. My Caesar salad had a little too much dressing on it for me but others at the table enjoyed it. Enjoy
4.5 based on 67 reviews
Last night was my first time here. I enjoyed the many selections available. The Pick 2 pairings reminds me of Panera Bread, but not as expensive. So, for healthy food options without the whole sit-down ordeal, it's good food at a reasonable price and nice atmosphere. I will definitely come again!
4 based on 83 reviews
We had a table of 8. All friends that get together every Thursday night. I am not sure what was going on tonight but it was a very bad experience. Soup was lukewarm and wateredown. Several meals were just plain awful. Corned beef sandwich was way overcooked. One lady had the pizza supreme and the onions were simply not cooked. Another Lady would not eat her meal and they did take it off her bill. When I went to checkout I did not have my card with me so I had to give the cashier my telephone number. I finally got it on the 3rd try. My fault. So I asked that the points be applied to my bill and she told me that she asked me when we started if I wanted the points added or used. I never heard her and neither did anyone else. I had been advised by email that points were added for my birthday. But I had to use them by November 1. Well, I am going out of town and will not be able to use them by then. Actually that is why we went there tonight. So much for the birthday points. Probably the worst experience that we have had in a few years but we will avoid this location for some time.
4 based on 189 reviews
I enjoy Mike's for it's extremely casual, laid-back, wonderful water ambiance during the summer months. It's the perfect place to sit outside, catch up with friends or family, have a beer or two and enjoy the Michigan sun. That said, I typically choose to go there when it's sunny out, but know that they also have indoor seating. (Know that Mike's is only open seasonally, so check their website to see if they are open if it's late Fall - they are closed all Winter, and usually open just after St. Patrick's Day). The food is not rave worthy, but rather is typical pub fare. Have another beer and you won't notice! They recently opened an upstairs bar area, so consider meeting here for a night cap on a warm summer eve.
4 based on 125 reviews
The menu has lots of choices so difficult to make a decision. I had the BBQ sliders with seasoned fries. Yummy! Husband had Classic BLT with sweet potato fries, another hit. Others in group had flat bread and quesadillas, all positive comments. Service was very good considering computers went down and we had to pool our cash to pay. We were seated in the outer room, much quieter than main dining area. We like to ferret out non chain restaurants and this one is a winner.
4.5 based on 40 reviews
I stopped in for lunch and tried a rib special. There are a few tables and almost as many seats at a counter. Since it was a lunch special it was only four bones. They provided eight different sauces and I tried a different one on each bone. I was disappointed with the ones I tried, but there seemed to be a fair number of customers. Maybe they found a sauce they liked or enjoyed the variety, but I don't plan to return based on my lunch. The potatoes were decent. There are better places for ribs nearby, but our favorites doesn't serve lunch so I was experimenting.
4 based on 74 reviews
Texas Roadhouse is a steak restaurant providing legendary food with legendary service. Texas Roadhouse specializes in hand-cut steaks, fresh-baked bread, fall-off-the-bone-ribs, and made-from-scratch sides. We also serve ice cold beer and legendary margaritas. Treat your family and friends to a night at Texas Roadhouse.
After being in the area for nearly two weeks this was one of the first places that really impressed me! Quick service, friendly & fast staff, and a hot meal that was right on spot! The sirloin steak and half a chicken was amazing! Great flavor and the sides of broccoli, carrots and rice were a great combo!
4 based on 60 reviews
This is a unique place. We like to go for the burger and beer special. It's a good deal-$5.95 For a burger and a beer! The staff is good there too. We like to sit outside whenever possible. I would recommend checking them out.
4.5 based on 47 reviews
A 50's diner, very nice, servers trying to get your food before your mouth closes. I would say we ordered a bit small since we were not that hungry but I could have ordered more. Not their fault. but the ordinary Coney did not come stuffed. MY FAULT.
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