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boagman Jan 19, 2009 09:10 PM

Hey, I'm in the Detroit area, and we're doing a 5-pin bowling night on Saturday, and need to know a place to eat in Windsor for around 12 people (give or take a couple) that isn't too pricey but doesn't have to be ultra-fancy, either. I'd like to avoid Asian simply because one of the primaries is kind of problematic about most Asian food (she's a meat-and-taters type), and it's often not worth the hassle.

Tunnel Bar-B-Q has already been suggested. Any other good ideas? Thanks in advance.

  1. rainsux Jan 21, 2009 05:16 AM

    Lots of good options on Erie ... beware of waiters at Spago
    that do not write down orders. Been there 3X and each time
    my order was screwed-up. Otherwise; the kitchen at both
    Spago's is top-notch.

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      Michigan Mishuganer Jan 21, 2009 08:40 AM

      Spago was really good but I think it has different owners now, I was not happy my last visit there. It used to be a family operation w/ Mama cooking.

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      Jim M Jan 20, 2009 05:35 PM

      Try Kildare House on Wyandotte St. E. Good Scottish pub with sandwiches, fish and chips, haggis if you want to go for it. Beer, large whiskey selection. Not all booths--several large tables available as I recall. There may be live music on Saturday night, but it would be easy to get away from it--or to hear it if that was what you wanted to do.

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        xman887 Jan 20, 2009 05:20 PM

        great italian up and down erie street. try il gabbiano.

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