Are you looking for restaurants, but are finding there are too many to choose from? For your convenience, we’ve featured 10 of the best restaurants in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
Mitten & Boot Cafe and Fine Food is Chef Mike’s dream of combining Italian roots with Midwestern sensibilities. It’s focused on supporting local, sustainably-sourced produce and meat and serves up excellent meals with a care that only comes from a love of the food made by the team. Mitten & Boot is open from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday-Friday and closed on the weekend.
Mitten & Boot Cafe and Fine Food offers an excellent assortment of meals. They offer catering and lunch boxes alongside full plates, with each meal made from local ingredients and a few hand-selected imported Italian must-haves. Whether you want pasta, sandwiches, or something more traditional (chicken piccata, for example), you’re sure to be happy with Mitten & Boot.
Go to Mitten & Boot Cafe and Fine Food’s contact page to reach out.
House of Falafel is yet another Midwestern ode to the American love of Mediterranean food. The Midwest is a melting pot of culture, and luckily, that brought us the shawarma and falafel of our Mediterranean brethren! House of Falafel is closed Sunday-Monday and open from 3-8 p.m. Tuesday-Wednesday, from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday-Friday, and from 3-8 p.m. on Saturday.
Obviously, you’ll find loads of falafel at House of Falafel, but that’s not all they offer! They serve up kebabs, gyros, shawarma, and more, each made with fresh, tasty produce. If you want a refreshing, filling meal, head to House of Falafel – they’ll deliver more mouthwatering meals than you’ll know what to do with.
Go to House of Falafel’s online ordering page to get a plate.
Good Vybz Restaurant & Lounge is a standout in this list for one reason – they’re the only Jamaican joint in the area! They bring Jerk spice and Jamaican flavors to the Midwest in a significant way – so don’t ignore the Vybz! Good Vybz is open from 12-5:30 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday and is closed Sunday-Monday.
You’ll find all of the Jamaican usuals at Good Vybz. From Jah meals (cabbage, rice, red beans, coconut cornbread, and your choice of meat) to Marley Meals (rice and red beans, cabbage, coconut cornbread, and your choice of meat) to plantains, loads of Jerk spiced meat, and unique desserts and chef specials, there’s something here for everyone.
Swing by Good Vybz Restaurant & Lounge’s contact page to reach out.
The Rolling Stoves originally started out as a humble family-owned food truck. Over the years, as their popularity grew, though, they needed a brick-and-mortar spot. And thus, the Rolling Stoves was born! They’re known for burgers and fries, alongside many classic American meals. The Rolling Stoves is open from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday-Saturday and closed on Sundays.
You’ll find loads of classic American snacks with the Rolling Stoves. From burgers and PB & J to salads, crispy fries, and chicken strips, they’ve got a load of tasty, greasy grub on offer. They’ve even got vegetarian options for those out there who don’t want a meaty meal and make a massive milkshake, too.
Go to The Rolling Stoves’ online ordering page for a taste.
5. Sunrise Cafe
The Sunrise Cafe is one of Farmington Hills’ most well-loved breakfast stops. They’re chock-full of all-American breakfast classics and serve them up with spunk, Midwestern friendliness, and attention to detail. Sunrise Cafe is open from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday-Sunday and is closed on Sundays.
The Sunrise Cafe has loads of breakfast plates on offer. From classic egg and bacon breakfasts to omelets and scrambles, there are plenty of protein-rich meals to keep you going all day. And if you’re more of a plant-based person, they’ve got oats, waffles, pancakes, and more! All in all, Sunrise Cafe is an excellent breakfast joint for those needing a filling start to the day.
Go to Sunrise Cafe’s home page to get in touch.
Established in 1997, Great Lakes Coney Island is a longstanding name in the area known for tasty eats, a laid-back environment, and a killer view. They’ve established a reputation for excellent service, timely plating, and a generally welcoming environment. Great Lakes Coney Island is open from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday-Saturday and is closed on Sundays.
You’ll find (unsurprisingly) loads of coneys at Great Lakes, but that’s only a tiny part of the menu. They offer breakfast in all forms, from omelets and benedicts to griddles and corned beef hash. And their lunch menu is extensive, ranging from coneys and wings to gyros, burgers, and vegetarian wraps.
Go to Great Lakes Coney Island’s contact page to reach out.
Recipes Restaurant is a locally-sourced breakfast spot that’s been recognized as the best breakfast in metro Detroit time and again. They’ve earned this title with a combination of delicious meals and incredibly loving staff dedicated to keeping customers as happy as possible. Recipes is open from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday-Friday, closing a half-hour later on Saturday and Sunday.
With three locations across Michigan, they have a different menu at each spot. While there will be variations, you can expect a few staples from each. Runny, luxurious eggs accompany crispy bacon, berry biscuits, “Huevos de Paco” (a spin on Huevos Rancheros), and more – each begging to be your breakfast. Unfortunately, only one can win – so choose carefully.
Head to Recipes Restaurant Farmington Hills’ Facebook page for more information.
8. Cafe Cortina
Farmington Hills’ Cafe Cortina is a longstanding white-cloth fine-dining establishment. They’ve been around since 1976 and have earned a name for top-notch service, luxurious meals, and a relaxed yet upscale vibe. Cafe Cortina is open from 4-9 p.m. Tuesday-Thursday, from 4-10 p.m. Friday-Saturday, and from 3-7:45 p.m. on Sunday.
First things first – Cafe Cortina has multiple seasonal menus. You’ll find a full dinner menu, a separate vegan menu, and cocktail, dessert, and wine menus as well. The current summer seasonal dinner menu consists of Italian classics (such as polenta and calamari), while the vegan menu boasts tasty plant-based takes on Italian classics.
Go to Cafe Cortina’s reservation page to get a table.
The Breakfast Club has earned numerous awards for excellence since its opening in 2006 (Best Brunch and Best Breakfast). They’re known for Midwestern friendliness, American-sized servings, and delicious breakfast grub. The Breakfast Club is open from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. seven days a week.
Clearly, you can expect some breakfast classics here, such as simple egg and bacon breakfasts, alongside benedicts and scrambles. But the real standout on their menu is the special French toast menu, filled with unique takes like créme brulée or salted caramel & banana French toast.
Go to the Breakfast Club’s Facebook page to get in touch.
And finally, we make it to the last entry on our list – Jiang Nan Noodle House. Their site is rather barebones, but that’s because they’re focused on creating the tastiest noodles and soups out there. If you’re looking for your next Asian food addiction, Jiang Nan is the stop. Jiang Nan is open from 11 a.m. to 8:30 Tuesday-Thursday and closes a half-hour later on Fridays. They’re available from 11:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Saturday and close a half-hour earlier on Sundays – Jiang Nan is closed on Mondays.
You’ll find loads of noodles in various forms at Jiang Nan. They’re also known for fried rice and soup, so try out a few new flavors while eating out. And the vegetarians reading will love to hear that they have loads of menu options, many of which can be easily made vegetarian without sacrificing quality or flavor.
Go to Jiang Nan Noodle House’s contact page to reach out.