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Cindy A.
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  • November 22, 2014 at5:37 pm

Looking for a place to eat for a group of friends and everyone wants something different? Try this place. It’s got something for everyone!

I’ve been here a handful of times, and it’s consistently good. It does EXACTLY what it’s suppose to do. Mondays are great for specials for those who are on a tighter budget but want to go out to eat. $6 sandwiches or burgers, $7 salads, $8 appetizers and $9 entrees. You can’t beat that… (and if I messed that special up…please let me know GT. lol.)

The Grand Tavern offers a variety of options (from avocado fried rice, grilled chicken, pasta to burgers) for their clientele and I love how innovative they’ve become. They just incorporated a black bean goat cheese quesadilla. I loved it. My vegan friend ordered it as is, butI think it would be tasty with chicken or beef if you want to pay up the extra dollar or two. They have even updated their old fashioned book menus to a more modern, sophisticated menu that is less overwhelming and easier to read.

I’ve come here on dates, double dates and parties for 11. Each time, the service was on point. Drinks were refilled and the food was filling. Try their fried pickles, they are pretty good. Their burgers are pretty massive (they have so many to choose from like: breakfast burger (burger with a fried egg), california burger (guac on a burger) etc.) This is a good hangout place with friends and a good place for a small birthday dinner. 🙂 Good job GT! You got my vote. I like what you do.

Jason S.
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  • November 22, 2014 at5:36 pm

Some friends and I came for drinks. Michigan craft beers were $3! Service was friendly and prompt. We got hungry and ordered food and enjoyed it. Pretzel dip was awesome. I liked this place, it had a nice inviting appeal to it

Ashley H.
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  • November 22, 2014 at5:35 pm

We just moved to the area and found ourselves a great dinner and drinks spot. I could definitely see myself meeting up with friends here too. It was the salad special (2-for-1) on a Tuesday night that brought us in. My husband and I each had soup to start. I opted for tomato bisque, he had the french onion. Both were delicious! Our salads were huge and full of delicious fresh toppings. You are required to each purchase a beverage with the deal. No prob, their craft beer was on special too! I’d say they have about 10-15 craft beers in addition to the usual macro brew offerings on draft. Check out their website for a full list of their specials. I think we’ll be back for burger night!

Jeff H.
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  • November 22, 2014 at4:18 pm

Mmmm. Fries! Yes, they’re extra, and yes, they’re worth it. I’ve never had a problem with any of their burgers here (usually Mike’s Pick or a Southwestern Burger), but one time I actually ventured off the burger path and had their Southwestern Steak Salad (or whatever they call it). I was not disappointed. My favorite part were the mini fried pepper-jack balls. I’ve heard from my company that the turkey burger here is also pretty good.

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