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Old 09-19-2010, 08:18 PM
 
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I am looking for good restaurants to try in Jackson Michigan. Any suggestions?
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Old 09-21-2010, 08:36 AM
 
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Bella Notte Restauraunte (I may have murdered the spelling) Is pretty good but pricey. Steaks Eatery just south of Jackson and right off 127 is excellent. Cutty Sark on Moscow rd about halfway between spring arbor and US 12 is great if you're into fish.
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Old 09-24-2010, 11:45 AM
 
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Daryl's Downtown, Los Tres Amigos for decent mexican and the Pickle Barrel Deli downtown has great sandwiches and soup.
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Old 01-09-2011, 09:43 AM
 
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I am looking for good restaurants to try in Jackson Michigan. Any suggestions?
Daryl's Downtown has amazing food! I always try something new everythime I go there and have never been disappointed. The menu for lunch and dinner is different, and it's gets a little more expensive with the dinner menu. A lot of people say that Daryl's is very expensive but I beg to differ. If I was to go to Quizno's and get 2 meals I end up having to spend around $20-$25 in the end. I can go to Daryl's for lunch for 2 and spend the same. As long as you aren't ordering lobster and steak (or market price fish) you won't be breaking your bank.

They have another menu (I believe you have to ask for it) from 4-6pm that has $10 meals that are excellent! Their pasta dishes are excellent and even something as simple as a burger is really great.

As someone else has mentioned Steak's Eatery is great too (Vandercook Lake)! They have a large menu and daily specials. The prices are reasonable and you get a TON of food with every meal.

Knight's Steakhouse (in Vandercook Lake) is really good. Some of their entree's can be a little pricey (or comparitive to Daryl's) but their food is amazing. The dinner rolls are very similar to the kind Daryl's makes. There nightly specials are fairly priced and I have yet to be disappointed with a meal.

Rocky Tops Bar and Grill (off Lansing?) has an AMAZING pretzel burger. The bun is a soft pretzel that is cut in half and has a burger in between with all the fixings you request. I've only been there once, but fell in love after eating that, I just have not had time to get back there.

Ground Round (Jackson Crossing Mall) has good burgers as does Ted's Firehouse (near downtown) (and they are CHEAP).

The Bone Island Grill (Vandercook) has changed recently. The past few times I was there I wasn't too impressed with the service or the food. But I went a week ago and I believe they are stepping it up. The food I had was stellar and the service was on top of things.

Charlie's (off Cooper St)is good. I had the fish there and was impressed.

Hunt Club has very good meals at reasonable prices.

The Parlor is known for their ice cream, but the food is really good as well.

Last, but not least would be Klavon's! I HIGHLY recommend getting a Chicago style stuffed pizza. They are a bit pricey when it comes to a pizza but well worth it! 1-2 slices will fill you up, but have you coming back for more. I recently went there and sat down to eat and decided it was time to try something other than their pizza. I got a burger and have to say it is on my Top 5 of best burgers I've EVER eaten (I like to think I know my burgers).
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