This Clarkston restaurant has some BIG specials

I’m talking a 100 oz.-margarita-big!

Dine in the D - 15th Street Tavern on Live in the D
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Clarkston – Whether you are coming for Sunday brunch, Taco Tuesday, or any other day of the week, you are sure to find something you’ll love at 15th Street Tavern. They have a broad menu covering everything from burgers to steaks to nachos.

While this Clarkston restaurant is fairly new to the scene, opening its doors in May of 2019, the owner, Lindon Palushaj, is no stranger to running a restaurant. He grew up in the food industry with his parents owning a restaurant. Over the years, he and his other family members opened up restaurants of their own. This latest addition actually has a sister restaurant called 24th Street Tavern. Both restaurants are named after the street they are on, M-15 and M-24, respectively.

The tavern is welcoming and spacious with an industrial-chic design. It’s minimally decorated with lots of windows, giving a very open and clean feel. When COVID-19 hit they drastically expanded their seating capacity by building an adjoining 4-season tent. Its decorated with bistro lights and greenery right now, but they plan to transform it into a winter wonderland in the coming weeks.

To go with their large restaurant are some large portions of food! Some of which got quite popular on social media. Their 100 oz. Sunset Margarita Tower stands as tall as an adult when placed on the table. They also have a loaded Bloody Mary they serve at brunch that is very eye-catching as well. Every Tuesday they celebrate Taco Tuesday with a variety of tacos to choose from. They love to have specials that catch people’s attention online since it brings people into their restaurant.

For more information, watch the full video above. If you would like to try out 15th Street Tavern, it is located at 10081 S Ortonville Road in Clarkston.

About the Author:

Michelle Oliver is a Multimedia Journalist for the 10 a.m. lifestyle show, "Live in the D." She is known as "the food girl" because of her two popular food franchises, Dine in the D and Find Your Fix. Michelle also covers stories on homegrown businesses, style, and other fun things happening in the D.