Did you know that chili has been an American favorite since the 1800s? It was originally a meal for the pioneers headed west. Today, the ingredients vary by region, and it’s debated whether or not beans and tomatoes should be included. If you would like to enjoy a bowl of chili, the best restaurants around Fairlane Woods Apartments include:
Everyone can gather for a night of laughter the Rusty Bucket. Founder Gary Callicoat began working in the restaurant industry at fifteen. He started as a dishwasher and became a restaurant owner in 2002. Gary states that the Rusty Bucket has a foundation of friendships and giving back to the community. The eatery helps support nonprofit organizations such as the Salvation Army, Toys for Tots, and Canines for Companions. For dinner, try the Texas sirloin chili chopped with scallions, sour cream, and shredded cheddar cheese. It comes with warm tortilla chips and pairs well with a pint of Angry Orchard.
When Jack Goldberg opened the Stage Deli in 1962, he fulfilled a lifelong dream. The deli quickly gained a reputation for its upscale atmosphere and flair for service. People congregate at the restaurant after each performance at the Northland Playhouse, and Jack knew regulars by name. Today, Stage Deli is run by his son. It strives to serve traditional and modern cuisine featuring the finest ingredients. Enjoy the famous spicy chili with a California club sandwich.
Diamond Jim Brady’s Bistro Bar
A local favorite since 1954, Diamond Jim Brady’s Bistro Bar blends the charm of a bistro with the feel of a neighborhood bar. Come here for handcrafted cocktails and eclectic wines. The restaurant is a fun place to meet friends. Also, it features old photographs and a black-and-white checkered floor. Don’t miss the vegetarian black bean chili. It’s served with tortilla straws and cilantro sour cream.
Now that the weather is cold enough for chili, don’t forget to pick a fresh fall look at a local salon! If you would like to become a resident of our Dearborn apartments, please contact us. We’ll gladly schedule a showing where you can see firsthand all we have to offer.Back to all posts