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May 07, 2009


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Becks Davis

I completely forgot about Keith Famie, but I agree that eating where the locals do is always best.

The Eggs Benedict sounds fab. Who has the best Eggs Benedict in Metro Detroit?


The food was good and the Italian Grinder I had was massive


Becks-I'm not sure what Keith Famie is up to these days, although his site seemed to list some fairly recent appearances. I loved watching him on Survivor and enjoyed the Food Network show he did about the food/travel connection.
It's been a long time since I had Eggs Benedict around town, although I seem to remember that Union Street had a couple of fun takes on the dish (including a version with lobster!!).

Tim-Those sandwiches were as big as our heads--and certainly bigger than our stomachs!
Both meals were pretty good...and it's always nice to support the locals where you travel.

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