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craft beers E.G. Nick's now offers.
"These beers have taken brewing to an
art form," Agostini said.
The restaurant will be offering a full
menu during the Fall Festival which
includes several new dishes like the
not-to-be missed ultimate macaroni
and cheese. The planked whitefish has
been named the best in the state by
food critics, with good reason. It is sea-
soned to perfection and always moist
and flavorful. Meals range from $8 to
$20 or so and are served in a relaxed
and comfortable atmosphere.
"We hope everybody stops by during
the Fall Festival. We want them to
enjoy the festival as much as we do,"
Agostini said.
Greek Islands
306 SouthMain St.
(734) 335-6303
The Greek Island Coney Restaurant
located downtown on Main Street
across from Kellogg Park is not just a
typical Coney Island, although those
made at Greek Island have rapidly
become the favorite ofmany locals.
The menu includes American
favorites along with many homemade
Greek specialties including moussaka,
pastitsio, spinach pie and gyros. They
also serve a wide array of salads, pitas,
sandwiches and burgers, all at great
prices. Recently, several new items
have been added to themenu.
The restaurant offers carry outs and
local delivery and has a banquet room
and offers catering.
The recently remodeled interior
with paintings of the high ceilings
always draws admiring comments
from visitors and the atmosphere is
always friendly andwelcoming.
There is additional parking behind
the restaurant and also behind the
Hermann'sOld TownGrille
195West Liberty St.
(734) 451-1213
For a real taste of Plymouth,
Hermann's simply cannot be missed.
From the long bar of regulars to the
back roomwhere crowds gather, this is
the place for friendly banter and won-
derful food.
The tavern, located in PlymouthOld
Town, serves a menu full of specialty
burgers, fresh salads, oven-baked pizza
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