Macomb Township is a general law township and northern suburb of Detroit located in Macomb County in the U.S. state of Michigan, in the Metropolitan Detroit region. The township's population was 50,477 at the 2000 census. The 2010 Census places the township's population at 79,580, making it Michigan's fastest growing major municipality.
Restaurants in Macomb
4.5 based on 169 reviews
Our first time to Emagine. Took grandkids to see a Christmas movie. I thought the loud volume would bother them but they were mesmerized the entire time. Loved the power recliners. Although we didn’t partake you can get cocktails
and meals while you are there. Was very clean and easy to find your way around. Wish they had had two cashiers selling tickets because the people in front of us were trying to cash in points or something that took five minutes easily. Still made it to the show on time so no big deal.
4.5 based on 234 reviews
The Mall at Partridge Creek is an open-air shopping center in Clinton Township, Michigan hosting over 100 stores like Nordstrom, Apple, Coach, Banana Republic and Aveda Salon. Partridge Creek is perfect for a night out, with numerous restaurants and an MJR Digital Cinema 14. The mall is dog-friendly and also provides amenities like bocce ball courts, free Wi-Fi, children's splash pad fountains.
This is a very nice outdoor mall. Always nicely decorated. Dogs are allowed, so watch your step. They have good bands at night , in the summer. A tree lighting ceremony in the winter (which is far too crowded and borderline dangerous due to the crowd/inability to move). There is a good mix of stores. Our kids like to hang out here with their friends, but it lacks restaurants for the younger crowd. There used to be a Taco Bell, not sure what happened to it.
My wife and I saw a movie at the MJR Theatre here this week. The seats were comfortable but were full of previous patrons’ popcorn. There wasn’t enough room in front of the reclined seat for someone to pass comfortably. Our seats were in the second row which was far too close, our necks were hurting half way through the movie. The worst part was it was far too cold in the theater. Our hands and feet were freezing. We told a young male worker when we walked out, he said “Well it’s cold outside too”. Not very good customer service skills.
4.5 based on 210 reviews
One of the best State parks in Southern Michigan. Has a beautiful lake for boating and swimming. Many hiking trails throughout the park and plenty of parking. The place is so big it never feels over crowded with people. Lots of wildlife roaming the trails area also. Great family place.
5 based on 43 reviews
A collection of cars from 1800's to 1960's along with automated musical instruments and a Wurlitzer Theater Organ. We charge no entry fee but we do have a donation box at our entry door. We are currently open every Tuesday from 1:00-4:00 and the first Saturday of the month from 11:00-4:00. Please check our website or Stahls Automotive Foundation on Facebook for any changes in hours.
It's FREE. Just sat. early afternoon. Not only cars but, juke boxes and Huge Church Organs. The staff, all volunteers, are fantastic. They tell you the story of each car. Two organs are played by someone from the volunteers. There are some old racers that the kids can sit in and pretend they are racing. Fun place.
4.5 based on 62 reviews
Such a wonderful and charming this little baseball stadium!. Fireworks, kids running the bases after every game, low prices for tickets and food/drinks, better-than-expected play from the minor league teams, free parking (by the way, I've seen several reviews elsewhere in which complaints were written about how far the parking is from the stadium, but there is a free shuttle that takes fans from the parking lot to the front door for those who struggle with the walk) and lots of kid activities. Very friendly staff and the owner, Andy Appleby, is always walking around. There is a awesome vendor at the Brooks Craft Beer both (Karen)!
The only small complaints I have are that the first base side walkway is very crowded as there are many food booths there and the walkway is rather small. So those in line at the booths block the pathway and you have to dodge and dart in between everyone. The batter walk up music is very loud when sitting in the seats behind the plate (and this is coming from an old 70s rocker guy).
But you will have fun here!
4.5 based on 162 reviews
Yates is one of the oldest, continually running businesses in Michigan. Come for a visit and be a part of what has made Yates Cider Mill a destination for generations.
I like going here because it is not far to travel to and it can be group family outing. The only thing that if your allergic to yellow jacket bee stings need to be aware.
4.5 based on 13 reviews
If you are looking for a place to get away from the hustle and bustle of life than Wolcott Mill is it. If you go there on a weekday you can stroll through Wolcott and enjoy the beautiful country setting. There is also Farm Animals that you can look at or just sit on one of the bench's to unwind.
5 based on 20 reviews
Legendary musicals, world-renowned voices, classical firsts, sidesplitting comedy, and simply the best music and family fun are what you will find at the Macomb Center for the Performing Arts. The Macomb Center is the place for all ages to experience great entertainment with affordable prices.
Just saw Elvis Lives, another great performance. Been coming here for plays, production shows, concerts, and even kids shows for many years. Great acoustics, no bad seat, excellent customer relations team, and the performers always compliment the macomb crew as well. A good variety of shows for everyone, every season. Close to home, and ample parking. If you've never been, give it a try....you'll be back for more.
5 based on 83 reviews
This is a beautiful park to relax at any time of the day, always peaceful, very clean. Also a great place to have family gatherings or a wedding, the fountain is a beautiful place for pictures!
5 based on 15 reviews
Midwest Freefall is an outstanding facility in Ray Township, Michigan, close to metropolitan Detroit, in a private setting. We have worked hard to establish what we believe is the most comfortable, inviting place to skydive in Michigan. From the carpeted indoor packing area rigging loft, full restroom and shower facilities, shaded picnic tables, to our expertly maintained and equipped aircraft
I had a great experience at Midwest Freefall. I was very nervous! This was my first time jumping and my Tandem instructor was Adam. Adam made me feel completely comfortable every minute. I am so glad I had my first experience at Midwest Freefall. The pictures and video we also really great!
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