Windsor ON near Casino for weekday lunch
It's been a few years since I've been, but will be taking a casino bus trip next Wednesday. I have made it to Tunnel BBQ, Sir Cedric's for fish and chips (both within walking distance) and Smoke n Spice, where we took the bus on my 3 previoius trips, but like I said, it's been a few years. Wouldn't mind going back to any of these, but wondering if there are any new casual places to try near the Casino. Pizza, deli sandwiches, subs, Asian etc. I did see that the SnS people opened a new burger place. Would it be worth taking a bus to check it out. Also, any bakeries, ice cream places, specialty dessert places to check out in the area. Thanks much for any suggestions.
Thanks everyone for the info. We ended up walking to Bubi's and had a very fun lunch. We ordered the pizza crusts and Bryan's poutine. Granted, not a very healthy lunch, but we did walk there and back and heck, you can't get poutine in Cleveland. Though I do realize it's not an "authentic" poutine, but it was strangely addictive. Thanks again.
We enjoyed Bubi's Awesome Eats (about a 1 mile walk) quite a bit. It's been featured on You Gotta Eat Here and has quite the reputation locally from what I can gather. Now that said, I would rename the place Bubi's Very Good Eats.
Try the Pizza Crusts.
A much, much better option is Motor Burger (about a mile and a half walk). Also featured on YGEH. We ate there just last month and I thought it was, indeed, awesome. The Autostrada burger was insanely good.
The Smoke n Spice people have opened Sweet T's in the original SnS location. For pressure fried chicken and waffles and other southern-inspired comfort food, it's fun, boisterous and tasty. Motor Burger on Erie St. gets a lot of love. I think Mazaar, on Ouellette, is pretty good for Middle Eastern food in a more elegant setting than most other places in town. I always recommend Pho Nguyen Hoang for good Vietnamese dishes and pho (of course). It's on Wyandotte, just a short bus ride from the Casino.