For a hearty traditional American meal in historical surroundings, diners should head to the Eagle Tavern: a stagecoach stop originally constructed in the neighboring village of Clinton as a rest stop for weary travelers. Guests have the unique opportunity to dine in 19th century surroundings while being tended to by costumed servers in historical garb. Dishes include smoked whitefish pie, roast pork chop with walnut ketchup, as well as the quintessentially-19th century dessert apple-pan dowdy. A historically-inspired drinks list even features malt beverages and hot toddies.
Dearborn is home to a historic and sizable Middle-Eastern population, and Al Ameer has been a fixture of Dearborn’s dining scene since 1989. With a menu full of dishes crafted from local, farm-fresh produce, guests wanting to explore the cuisines of the Middle East and the Mediterranean will be spoiled for choice with options such as chicken shawarma, stuffed and roasted lamb, and baba ghanoush.
Al Ameer, 12710 West Warren Avenue, Dearborn, MI, USA, +1 313 582 8185