Diners, Drive-Ins, & Dives 2 (Potterville, Ann Arbor, Detroit)
We didn't miss it so much as we had to have something left over for the sequel. Introducing our Diners, Drive-Ins, & Dives 2. We take a look at Guy's stops in Potterville, Ann Arbor, Detroit, Hamtramck, and Clarkston.
So when you're planning that next foodie road trip, we've already done all the heavy lifting and research for you. All you need to do is stop and eat. Take some foodie photos with the free The Game 730 AM app and send em to us. Shoot us a review and let us know if Guy and Triple D were right on the money about these places.
Potterville is the place to be. The ONLY Gizzard City IN THE WORLD. Known for their world famous deep fried chicken gizzards which are made with their famous batter mix. They guarantee these to be the best gizzards you’ve ever tasted. A full menu including the Triple D Burger named after Guy and the show.
Head to Ann Arbor's oldest hamburger stand since 1953. And do yourself a favor. Watch a video & peep the menu BEFORE you get there. Because if you don't know what you want when you get to the counter, THERE WILL BE TROUBLE.
Head to Eastern Market in Detroit for some of the best pizza. Authentic Italian, New York style slices, great flavor, great atmosphere. Depending on when you go, might be a bit of a wait. But the service is great. People travel far and wide to come have a slice at Supino Pizzeria.
Another stop in Detroit...well, deep inside The D. You're headed to Hamtramck for some outstanding, authentic Polish food. It's even in the name. And after one plate, you might need a nap.
Another Detroit spot. In the Arts District by Wayne State University. On W. Canfield between the Lodge and Woodward. Quirky, in-house bakery, microbrewery, & dairy. An eclectic menu of made-from-scratch dishes.
Next stop? Clarkston for the "most macked mac & cheese." It's official. According to Kid Rock, USA Today, and anyone else that knows anything about great mac & cheese. They have other stuff too...but. That mac & cheese tho.