Michigan restaurants and COVID survey results: What our membership thinks
Qualitative responsesQuestion: Do you believe it is safe for restaurants to resume indoor dining in Michigan? Workers need to work.”“No. Not enough vaccine and too many variants.”Question: Will you be going back to indoor dining at restaurants now that they are allowed to reopen? I may trust the restaurants to provide best protocol, but I do not trust the other patrons.”“No. While some restaurants are thriving with take-out, many are losing money, laying off workers and just trying to stay above water.
Celebrate National Pasta and Pizza Month with this Rochester restaurant
Rochester – Whether you try their delicious, homemade, seafood linguine, or there perfectly crispy grilled chicken pizza you will have no doubts that they know what they are doing here at D’Marcos Italian Restaurant and Wine Bar. Mark Mendola’s family has been in the restaurant industry for almost 100 years, opening their first restaurant in Pennsylvania in the 1930s. Mark grew up in the Rochester area and wanted to open up a restaurant in downtown Rochester. After lots of renovations, in 2018, he opened D’Marcos Italian Restaurant and Wine Bar, a nod to his mother who always called him Marco growing up. If you would like to check out D’Marcos Italian Restaurant and Wine Bar it is located at 401 S Main Street, in downtown Rochester.
Better your brunch game with these four Ann Arbor eateries
Up your brunch game by dining-in or taking out meals from one of Ann Arbor’s many eateries. Zola Bistro offers all-day brunch options like Shakshuka, crepes, waffles and its Turkish Brunch. Located in downtown Ann Arbor, aMa Bistro has a large menu fight for different eaters. Dine-in at the Blue LLama to try its weekend-only brunch menu full of breakfast classics and Blue LLama originals. Check out the brunch menu here.
Missing brunch? This place is open to satisfy those cravings
Downtown Detroit How does a cinnamon roll pancake sound? How about churro French toast? Located in downtown Detroit on Woodward Avenue, this brunch spot got its name from the department store that used to be right across the street, Hudsons. New favorites include their Churro French Toast which is French toast strips covered in cinnamon sugar with two dipping sauces. Their menu features a long list of specialty pancakes, French toast, and Eggs Benedict.