A nostalgic dining spot in Westland, Slice of the ’80s is a throwback to the 1980s. It is full of movie and band posters of that era and a huge graffiti-covered wall. It also has its own arcade where guests can play classic games like Pac-Man, Donkey Kong and Frogger. Pizzas predominate at Slice of the ’80s. These include special varieties like the Radical (topped with mozzarella, pepperoni, ham, beef, bacon and sausage) and Kielbasazza (thinly sliced kielbasa, bacon, sweet roasted peppers and cheddar cheese). Alternatively, guests can go for other delicious dishes like calzone sub sandwiches and chicken wings.
Slice of the ’80s, 34747 Warren Road, Westland, MI, USA, +1 734 728 1980
Winner of the Detroit A-List’s Best Sandwich Shop Award in 2013, Gabriel’s Cheesesteak Hoagies has been a local dining mainstay since it first opened. Today it has three Michigan branches in Westland, Saline and Ypsilanti. All of Gabriel’s Philadelphia-style cheesesteak hoagies are made using top quality rib-eye steak and American and provolone cheeses. While its menu is concise, it is affordably priced. Try the original cheesesteak hoagie with rib eye, American cheese and grilled onions. Or, opt for the lunchmeat hoagie special with spiced ham, salami, Polish ham, provolone cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, onions, oil and oregano.
With a reputation as one of the best Italian restaurants in the area, Angelo Brothers is a family-owned venue with traditional, handmade family recipes. Its inviting atmosphere and classic space makes Angelo Brothers the perfect place for an intimate meal. Guests can choose from menu highlights such as homemade gnocchi with Italian meat sauce or the fish ala Angelo. This is fresh haddock topped with mushroom, tomatoes, garlic, olive oil, sage and marsala wine.
Angelo Brothers, 33550 Ford Road, Westland, MI, USA, +1 734 427 1872