Royal Oak is a city in Oakland County of the U.S. state of Michigan. It is a suburb of Detroit. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 57,236. It is the 8th-largest municipality in Oakland County and the 27th-largest municipality in Michigan by population.
Things to do in Royal Oak
5 based on 134 reviews
Noble Fish is one of the treasures of Clawson we go here all the time. If you want to eat at home there take out service is great. They have party platters that will blow you away. There specialty rolls are over the top. I love the Michigan roll. It is made with huge piece of tuna. The shrimp roll is unbelievable. I like everything they make except the shrimp tempura. When the ship goes in it is not hot…. The pricing is so low and the value of product is high. They make everything right in front of you. You can call in your order or walk in and order. You will be surprised at the amount of customers coming in. I suggest ordering however they have coolers with pre-made rolls. These sell so fast it is like picking up your own order. If you want to eat in the space is very small. Very small! Happy eating!
4.5 based on 166 reviews
Award winning vegan and vegetarian gourmet cuisine. Pioneers in the Farm to Fork movement, in business since 1981.
My wife suggested this restaurant, and my first thought was, " More boring fake meat dishes". Boy, was I WRONG! This is chef-quality cuisine that doesn't have to pretend! The presentation, layers of flavors, the textures, the aromas all made for a wonderful, artfully prepared, fulfilling meal. Nothing was " missing" or "fake"! Service was attentive, friendly, and fast. The dining area and restroom are a bit dated and worn - but, that FOOD!!!!!
4.5 based on 195 reviews
I met a friend here for dinner, neither of us had been here before. I've heard they maple glazed donuts were a specialty from my coworkers. I had the cuban sandwich which was good but not the best I've ever had. The stuffed deep fried mushrooms were pretty tasty and the donuts were out of this world good. They had a huge selection of craft beers. I had the cherry sour which was quite pricy but smooth and exactly what I wanted. Its a good atmosphere and we had good service. I can't wait to come back.
4 based on 452 reviews
They just opened last weekend. It is a converted car repair shop that the new owners have kept as the ambiance.
It is amazing place to go with your friends! Excellent food and beer. The place was a real garage and the environment is awesome. I went with my wife and friends. Good music and not a loud to disturb our talking.
4.5 based on 600 reviews
Someone drags me here once every 5-10 years but I must admit I don't get the appeal. The place is dark and dingy. The food is meah. This time I noticed a much improved selection of beers including draft beers...but not cheap. Very popular place though. I'm clearly in the minority.
4.5 based on 197 reviews
I've been to Anita's twice and both times the food was excellent. Some of the best hummus I've ever had, very good stuffed grape leaves and excellent Shish Kabob. I think it would be safe to recommend just about anything from Anita's kitchen. The items in the dessert case looked scrumptious as well but I've not had the opportunity to try any yet. I say yes because I will most definitely be going back to Anita's. The service wasn't great the first time, but the 2nd visit we had great service. The food is on point.
4 based on 168 reviews
When you walk into Crispelli's, you will experience an eatery and a market, joined together as one in a comfortable and casual atmosphere. The open-air layout invites you to choose between Authentic Italian thin crust or deep dish pizzas, hand-tossed signature salads, deli sandwiches, freshly made entrees, or daily baked artisan breads and pastries. Using the finest ingredients and highly refined bakery techniques, we are bringing back old world taste with an old world price. Whether you are looking for old-school cafeteria style, full-service, or hosting a private party - Crispelli's has it all.
Our lunch included tomato bisque & minestrone soups along with the antipasto & Market salad (arugula-baby spinach, goat cheese, roasted beets, butternut squash, mandarin oranges, toasted pistachios & citrus vinaigrette - wow, a taste sensation) Thank you to the management for the amazing complimentary candle-lit dark chocolate/raspberry chef's cake, all served so hospitably by charming Maxine :)
4 based on 211 reviews
The place is good for business lunches because there is plenty of room to spread out if you have paperwork to discuss.
I've always found the food to be better than average but not consistently great. So I would say 3.5 stars
Since they brew their own beer, those who are sensitive to smell might be off-put by the odor of the beer brewing. It's not incredibly strong but it is certainly noticeable.
4.5 based on 96 reviews
We had a very nice meal at this restaurant. We started off with the calamari, followed by an excellent caesar salad and phenomenal spinach ravioli with bolognese sauce. For dessert they offered us a cherry dessert with vanilla ice cream which was hot and delicious. The service was great. We just ordered wine by the glass. We parked in the back where they have metered parking.
4.5 based on 168 reviews
We saw this place on DDD and its become our primary breakfast venue whenever we're in the Detroit area. There are so many inovative menu selections that it'll take multiple visits to try everything that looks and sounds good. Then I'll have the lunch menu to start working my way through. My personal favorite is the red flannel hash (the red comes from beets) and The Wife loves the gingerbread waffle. The blackbeery-lime preserves are another favorite.
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