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Reply #37: There's 'Tavern on the Main' in Clawson. [View All]

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TahitiNut Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Aug-06-09 03:05 PM
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37. There's 'Tavern on the Main' in Clawson.
Edited on Thu Aug-06-09 03:08 PM by TahitiNut
They have a good-sized outdoor patio and I've seen groups of 10-12 put tables together there. (I'm guessing we'll be lucky to get about eight DUers.) They also have two indoor rooms, even though I've only sat inside once. It's clean and decent.

Yes, I like Amici's 'Living Room' (patio) but it's not a place that'd handle a group, even though I guess 7-8 would probably not have a problem.

Como's in Ferndale has a section of their patio they use for groups ... wedding rehearsal dinner size. Friday night at Como's is pretty hectic, though.

Papa Vino's on Coolidge south of Maple(15) has an outdoor patio, too ... but it's pretty much a family causal dining place.

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