Wednesday, January 16, 2013
From posting specials to interacting with fans, here are five Shelby Township and Utica restaurants sharing the love on Facebook.
The following list is in no particular order. After you've "liked" your favorite Shelby Township and Utica eateries, be sure to review them in Patch's business directory and send a little extra love (or tips for improvement) their way. Be sure to follow Shelby-Utica Patch on Facebook, too. We serve Shelby Township and Utica news and events fresh daily. What Shelby Township and Utica restaurants or bars do you follow on Facebook? Tell us in the comments.
Thursday, October 4, 2012
It's been a busy business news week in Shelby Township with the unexpected closure of Biggby Coffee and the grand opening of Bagger Dave's.
As the old saying goes, "when one door closes, another one opens," rings true when it comes to businesses in Shelby Township. In the past week, there has been a shakeup in restaurants in the area. So here's what you need to know. Biggby Coffee on Van Dyke Avenue, just north of 23 Mile Road in Shelby Township unexpectedly closed it's doors with a sign noting the store is closed as of "9/28." Franchise Owner Dave Daynko told Patch he still owns the local franchise license but does not have plans to re-open the coffee shop anytime soon. This is the second coffee shop to close on Van Dyke in Shelby Township in the past year. Hepburn's Crepes and Coffee on 24 Mile Road closed in January. Both owners told Patch they weren't making enough money …
Friday, August 24, 2012
Who has the best pizza in town? How about the bar with the best drinks? Here are your pick for Readers' Choice.
All this summer you've nominated and voted for your favorite local businesses in categories ranging from best burger to best pediatrician and best gourmet food market. We've tallied all the poll votes and now it's time to announce the winners. See below for our complete list of Readers' Choice winners Best Burgers Winner: Shamrock Irish Pub 2nd Place: Hatchy's Best Pizza Winner: Jet's Pizza 2nd Place: Sorrento's Pizza 3rd Place: Hungry Howie's Best Romantic Restaurant Tie for First: Filippa's Wine Barrel and Da Francesco's Best Chinese Restaurant Winner: Hong Kong Cafe 2nd Place: New Great Wall Best Sushi Restaurant Winner: Umi Sushi 2nd Place: Volcano Sushi Best Breakfast Restaurant Winner: Ken's Cozy Cafe Best Gourment Food Store …
Monday, July 23, 2012
It's time to vote for the best breakfast spot in Shelby Township and Utica so we can finally determine the Readers’ Choice 2012 winner.
When Patch asked for people’s opinions on the best breakfast spot in Shelby Township and Utica, you responded. We listened, and you have told us your top choices are: Don't forget you can review the businesses above and other local businesses in our Patch directory. Now we're asking for a little more help to finish off the contest. Cast your vote in the poll below by August 17 and help us decide who's best. Whichever business gets the most votes will not only win our Readers' Choice award, but major bragging rights. Make sure you're signed up for the Shelby-Utica Patch Newsletter to find out how else you can support your favorite institution in the Readers' Choice contest.
Friday, May 18, 2012
Shelby-Utica Patch readers vote Osaka Japanese Steak House the best sushi restaurant in town.
What's the best sushi restaurant in Shelby Township and Utica? Osaka Japanese Steak House. At least that's what Patch readers have determined after the weeklong Readers' Choice quest for the best sushi restaurant in the Shelby-Utica Patch region. The winner was determined by the Patch editor, based on poll results and reviews on Patch Places. Both Osaka and Volcano Sushi were tied in the poll with four votes each, but Osaka received more stars based on readers reviews. Check out all of our Readers' Choice winners. Do you have something to say about Osaka Japanese Steak House? Visit their free business listing and leave a review. You can also add reviews for the hundreds of other businesses in Patch Places. Do you own a business in Macomb…
Tuesday, May 15, 2012
Looking for somewhere to sit outside and enjoy the weather, a burger and a beer? We've got just the places for you.
With sunny days and temperatures in the low 70s, bars and restaurants in Shelby and Utica are dusting off their patio furniture pulling out up the umbrellas for patrons to enjoy the mild afternoons and evenings. These restaurants and bars have already opened their outdoor patios for the season. On any given warm and sunny day, from now through the summer, you can visit one of these local watering holes for an outdoor experience. Cass Bar and Grill: in Utica: Watch as traffic swings by on Hall Road and people shopping stroll through downtown Utica from the outdoor patio. Cass Bar and Grill's patio seats about 30 people. Open Monday 4 pm - Midnight; Tuesday- Thursday Noon- Midnight; Friday - Saturday Noon- 2am and Sunday Noon -10pm. …
Monday, May 7, 2012
Mother's Day is just over a week away, but if you're thinking of treating mom or grandma to a special brunch, you might want to make your reservations sooner rather than later.
Cherry Creek Mother's Day Buffet Where: Cherry Creek Golf Club, 52000 Cherry Creek Dr. When: Seating times are at 10 a.m.; 1:00 p.m. and 3:45 p.m. Cost: $34.95 for adults and $14.95 for children between ages 5 and 12. Menu: The breakfast selection will include made to order waffles, omlettes, and potatoes to name a few. Some of the cold delicieis will include a salad station, imported cheese, shrimp, crab claws and salmon. Chef selections include Caribbean Mahi-Mahi, grilled chicken, tortellini and a carving station for tenderloin, ham and turkey. Of course no buffet would be complete without a dessert table. Reservations: Call 586-254-6001 Da Francesco Italian Cuisine Cafe Where: 49624 Van Dyke Ave. When: Opens at noon, an hour earlier…
Tuesday, May 1, 2012
Vote in the poll, leave a comment and submit a review to tell us your favorite place to treat mom to Mother's Day brunch in Shelby Township and Utica.
We're on a quest to rate the best of the best in Shelby Township and Utica. This week, we're talking about the best place to take mom for a Mother's Day brunch. Vote for your favorite Readers’ Choice place in the poll below by 9 a.m. Friday, tell what it is about your favorite spot you like best and leave a review on our site. We'll post a story later that day declaring the winner. If we missed your favorite place in Shelby Township or Utica, let us know in the comments to nominate your choice. Click through to the profile pages of these local places and leave your review (reviews will also count toward votes in the poll): Visit Patch Places to find all kinds of places to go around town. Do you own or manage one of these businesses? Be …
Tuesday, April 24, 2012
One lucky reader and a friend will enjoy a free evening out at the 2012 Grub Crawl Wednesday night.
The winner of the 2012 Patch Spring Grub Crawl contest is Macomb Township resident Michael Schroeder. Schroeder and a friend will be gnashing on some free and delicious food April 25 at 10 Macomb County restaurants during the Sterling Heights Regional Chamber of Commerce-sponsored event. More than 30 people entered to win two free tickets to the eating extravaganza by telling Patch what their favorite restaurant in Macomb County is and why. To read viewer's responses, click here. Schroeder told Patch readers his favorite restaurant in Macomb County is Jaun Miguel in Clinton Township, and he wasn't alone in his opinion of the Mexican restaurant. The winner was chosen at random. The prize, two free tickets to the event, is valued at $40. …
Friday, April 20, 2012
Patch is giving away two free tickets to the Spring Grub Crawl.
It’s that time of year; when spring is in the air and the smell of gourmet food wafting from restaurants along the Hall Road corridor lures you in. Don’t fret, you don’t have to choose just one of the many delicious restaurants. Join the Sterling Heights Chamber of Commerce’s bi-annual Grub Crawl April 25 and sample the menu at 10 restaurants. Participating restaurants are: Tickets are being sold for $25 per person; $40 for two people or $150 for 10 people—alcohol is not included, but each restaurant will be offering drink specials. But for one lucky Patch reader and a friend, tickets to the eating extravaganza are free. To enter the contest, you just have to answer one simple question in the comment section below: What’s your favorite …