One of those places that has been around for decades !! Hadn't been for few years and hoped it was still there and IT WAS !!!! Great Hole in the Wall Americana Diner with large portions ... You will not leave hungry! It is also...More
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Went to emu, saw it on food network and finally I'm here! World War II decor makes this restaurant interesting to sit back and take a look around. Definitely a local place. Folks know each other and large tables for groups in the middle of...More
We were at Eastern Michigan University visiting from out of town. Went to this restaurant based solely on the reviews. We arrived at 2:30 PM. There were people in the restaurant eating and working but they had locked the doors 30 minutes before closing time....More
This is a diner that serves breakfast and lunch. The Captain Crunch French Toast is a dish with an interesting taste, for a decent price. A carryout order was placed on another day. On both occasions, the service was very good and prompt. Military-related pictures...More
Food is very good and staff are nice. Gets crowded but worth the wait. Lunch is great staff are definitely awesome. Owner really takes care to make sure place is clean and equipment is running smoothly. This is a jewel in Ypsilanti.
Great breakfast and friendly staff love looking at all the pictures and models of the old bomber planes. Just a overall great place to go for breakfast.
This place has old school charm and cool decor - model airplanes everywhere. Staff has been there for ever and are friendly and helpful. Great breakfast place. Huge portions sizes too.
Great breakfast options. Homemade corn beef hash and eggs is my favorite, closely followed by the Bomber omelet. French toast and biscuits and gravy are also phenomenal. This place played a pretty big role in helping to save part of the old B-24 bomber plant...More
Huge pile of food. Be hungry. I had a mountain of hash browns stacked with 2 fried eggs, sausage, biscuit and covered with gravy. Great service. Mostly went for a gander at the decor. Husband is a WWII buff, ate here then went on to...More