Chesterfield Charter Township is a charter township of Macomb County in the U.S. state of Michigan. As of the 2000 census, the township population was 37,405. The 2010 Census places the population at 43,381. The township was organized in 1842, formed out of a portion of Macomb Township. The Township is part of Metro Detroit.
Things to do in Chesterfield
4.5 based on 139 reviews
Family-owned. Great speciality with the puffy taco. I like the botana and the taco salad. The chips and salsa are great too and pair anything with a draft Dos Equis Amber.
4.5 based on 165 reviews
Have been in the area for three years now apparently I’ve been eating at all the wrong restaurants LOL
I finally made it to bad brads for lunch today and was pleasantly surprised the pork sandwich is awesome the barbecue sauce selection is great
service was top-notch and restaurant was clean
I had the lunch special which is the hammer sandwich with the mac & cheese which is original and very tasty I highly recommend bad brads and regret wasting so much time at the other dumps in the area
4 based on 219 reviews
Twisted Rooster is a unique casual dining concept with three locations in Grand Rapids, Belleville, and Chesterfield, Michigan. Each location is centered around their "Commit to the Mitt" philosophy- encompassing their locally sourced, scratch-made menu as well as their passion for community involvement.
This place has a nice atmosphere. The staff were attentive and friendly. Prices are reasonable. The Mac and cheese was delicious but the fish was bland, very little flavor. Not a bad place but we have now tried several menu items that were very disappointing.Hello, Thanks for letting us know about this experience. We will make sure our General Manager reaches out to you as soon as possible. If you would like please reply to https://go.reviewpush.com/i/5896826 with your preferred method of contact. Have a great day.
5 based on 25 reviews
Pie making may soon become a lost art but at Achatz Handmade Pie Co. We still do things the old fashioned way. Many of our recipes have been passed through generations, and we continue the tradition by sharing the same handmade techniques instilled in our childhood. Achatz pies are made with pure and natural ingredients; we never use chemicals, preservatives or hydrogenated oils. And most of our fruit, flour, sugar and dairy is purchased from local farms. These values result in a top quality product even grandma can be proud of. We started baking in 1993 from our Victorian home in Armada, Michigan. After moving our operation to a nearby ten-acre apple orchard, Achatz Handmade Pie Co. Was officially born. To this day we've maintained our high standards to produce a pie that we believe is simply the best. Our pies have been featured on "Food Network", the "Rachael Ray Show", "The Today Show" and "Good Morning America Weekend." We have also been featured in "Bon Appetit" magazine and "Food & Wine" magazine. Even though we have won numerous national and local awards, our pies are still down-to-earth, all natural and wholesome. We're keeping it real and we invite you to taste the difference. OUR HANDMADE PIES Our mission has always been to create the best pies money can buy. Our tender, flaky crust and real fruit fillings merge with as many locally-grown ingredients as available to create a pie that's fresh and natural. It's no wonder "Detroit News" food writer Kate Lawson has stated, "Achatz makes the best pies you'll ever eat." Achatz Handmade Pie Co. Cares about what we bring to your kitchen. We continue to stand up to the highest standards for quality, purity and goodness. Our cream pies are made from scratch using pure butter, pure vanilla and fresh local whole milk. We never use canned fruit and find every opportunity to use locally grown produce. And if you can't have sugar, we also have fruit juice sweetened pies available. We know extra care and extra effort make an extra delicious pie
A great place to buy a pie! Add a touch of homemade excellence to any meal by purchasing a pie (whole or half) here. Pies taste great and are more than a touch above your average store-bought pie for taste, quality of ingredients. Pies contain more of the ingredients you want, percentage wise, than the average store-bought pies.
4.5 based on 106 reviews
First time visit to Louis Chop House. After reading the reviews I had good expectations however I was underwhelmed. The food was good, service slow. Our server could. It figure out who ordered what. We had to redeliver the plates to the correct orderer. Not a big deal, we managed. Trying to boost with family was difficult. We were seated feet from the live music that NEVER stopped. I suppose some people really appreciate that however I was there to visit. Since it was my first visit I did not know to request a table far away from the piano. If I were to ever return I will be certain to request the correct seat. As I said the food was good! I am confident I could have done a better job. Sorry, I wanted to be blown away. Instead I was blasted with music.
4.5 based on 19 reviews
This place has been around forever. We love the putt putt and playground. This is a great place to go with the family for frozen treats. Also the perfect place to bring the team after a game.
5 based on 41 reviews
We have stopped in multiple times for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Never disappoints! Service is always amazing! The food is always delicious and fast! You can make this your pit stop to eat! The ladies there are always kind, fun and make your visit feel special!
4.5 based on 88 reviews
Tavern at Tina's is a local hot spot in Macomb Township, MI. Featuring live entertainment every weekend! Tina's features a fixed menu and a daily specials menu for both lunch and dinner and Daily drink specials. 7 Flat screen TVs and large projection screen TV to get your fix of sports. 8 Draft selections, and full bar. Seasonal patio and a spacious restaurant to seat larger parties.
My wife & I have been eating here approx. 8yrs the food has always been good, over the last 1 1/2 years the once fun loving neighbor bar has been coming up short in their portion sizes, quality of food, and at times the service. They changed the side salad plate to a bowl not even big enough to cut the lettuce up in. The menu has more the Pub style food, most things have a cream sauce with them, the dinner style seems to be on the way out while sandwiches are becoming a norm... The one thing we have noticed is the manager John seems to enjoy hounding or table watching to the point it makes you uncomfortable and actually has made comments to the waitress about people sitting and just drinking we were told that from our waitress....Sorry you feel like we are taking up space. I will be sure to find another place that will be happy to see us walk thru the door.....
4.5 based on 43 reviews
We stopped here around 7 pm for a quick bite while running errands. The place was packed, no line. Waitresses were busing tables, in addition to their typical work...which I thought was odd; they were so busy running around. We ordered flaming cheese, crispy chicken pita (grilled), lemon rice soup, Greek salad and the Ruben with coleslaw. They forgot about our appetizer, which wasn’t a problem for us, we weren’t all that hungry...it just sounded good. All the food was typical quality for this type of restaurant. It was no better or worse than all the other coney places in the area. Seemed to take a long time for the food to come, but as I said they were really busy. Coleslaw, soup, salad were ok, Ruben was decent (lots of meat) and the chicken pita was decent-not as large as Other coneys in the area. We were offered free desert for the appetizer mishap so we got our daughter a scoop of ice cream. She said it was really good and was the coldest she has ever eaten:). One thing that made this coney different is it seemed like a lot of menu items came with grilled peppers and onions. Waitresses were nice and worked well together, helping each other with delivering food/drinks/busing. They seemed under staffed and could have used a bus person. In the end, it served its purpose.
4 based on 95 reviews
Having been established in Chesterfield Twp since 1994, we are excited to serve our community. Please visit our website for real time information and menu pricing Also note, the information on this website may not be accurate.
We stopped here for dinner after golf, wasn't expecting gourmet food, just a decent dinner. Why is it so hard to just get a good hamburger that's not made from a frozen patty in Macomb county? Anyway, I had the Jack Daniels burger, ordered it medium, it was well done and dry, most likely from a frozen patty, seemed overpriced, $ 9 and didn't even include fries. Hubby had the Polish plate special, it was ok, but a bit too salty. This place was packed even on a Thursday night, I guess it's the location. The service was quick.
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