Subway

8085 Country Corner Dr
Fowlerville, 48836
Reviews:
Very nice people serving. They were quick even though they were very busy.

(517) 223-7827

Sandwiches, Fast Food

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Grille in the Ville

115 E Grand River Ave
Fowlerville, 48836
Reviews:
I have been there twice. Food is gourmet quality and service was excellent both times. It is very easy to park in a quiet small town. Booths are private and large.
Me and some friends were on our way home from a conference when we decided that we needed something to eat. We looked up yelp for nearby restaurants and "Grille by the ville" came up. We decided to check this place out. When we drove up to the place it is tucked away in strip mall (so be careful you don't miss it). When we entered the restaurant we were greeted by the staff with such delight (because let's be honest who still greets you smiling ear to ear). They were quick to take our drink orders. Really soon after she dropped our drinks she returned to take our order. One ordered the chicken romanoff, one ordered the fish-n-chips, and I had "the duke" all were EXCELLENT!!!! The rueban soup was very tasty (and I'm not a corn beef fan). If you are ever in fowlerville, Michigan add "Grille by the Ville" as one of your must stops for an awesome meal and some really good service.
Very friendly staff and food was very tasty! Highly recommend and I will most definitely return.

(517) 219-4810

American (Traditional)

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The Feed Bag Cafe

590 S Grand Ave
Fowlerville, 48836
Reviews:
We discovered this gem of a restaurant one Sunday morning after visiting friends in the area. What a great find. Delicious food, great prices and friendly staff. It was busy, but we didn't have to wait. The staff have it all down to a science. Give this a place a try, you won't be disappointed.
Wow what an awesome find!! Great food, awesome service and very clean!! I ate the French dip with peppers and mushrooms then added homemade hashbrowns as a side and OMG it was delicious!!!!
Good place to go for cheap home cooked food. Breakfast is my favorite time to go.

(517) 223-0800

American (Traditional)

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Bloated Goat Saloon

141 E Grand Riv
Fowlerville, 48836
Reviews:
"The Goat" is on the way to E. Lansing where the BF's parents live and I've been wanting to explore places in between there and our homebase for awhile now. Of course, I had to swing by to see what lay beyond the name (and I imagine it's probably 1/2 the reason why they get new customers). This is no T.G.I.Friday's. It's pretty much your standard, dark, small town bar on the inside. So much so a bar that I can't imagine bringing a kid here to eat (like a previous review did) without feeling like a bad parent. Perhaps only WAY early in the afternoon when there are just a handle of people in attendance like when we went. Mostly an older crowd (40's-60's). It was definitely cool to see the stuffed, encased head+ of The Goat up on the wall watching over the place. I noted a jukebox and a singular pool table towards the back. There were about 5 or 6 tables to the front right across from the bar. They had the door open to let some air and sunlight in and it was still pretty dark inside. I think it would be a scary endeavor to get drunk and attempt to pick someone up here when the sun goes down. There were about 6 beers on tap. Mostly of standard stuff with 2 mug size options. I got the bigger tall or Brutus-sized Summer Shandy ($4.25). It was a lot of beer and I wondered if I would be able to finish the whole thing. Good thing I am a drinking professional at this point. :-) BF had a Coke (free refills) and fries and I went with the Bacon Cheeseburger ($5.25) loaded with lettuce, tomato, pickle and onion (a flat extra $.50 for toppings). I chose Swiss cheese and upgraded the chips the burger comes with to the premium side of french fries and coleslaw (+$1.50). I should've stuck with the chips. The BF's order of just fries was plentiful. Although, he and I agreed that the fries, while hot and thick, did not have much taste at all. At one point I thought I dumped too much salt on them and it still wasn't enough. I ate most of mine though because I arrived insanely hungry. The coleslaw was just okay. The burger, however, was a solid B or B+. Although the toppings were slopped on, and there was quite the hunk of slice onion on there, it was a large 1/3 lb., well-seasoned piece of beef that was juicy and quite good. I was actually thinking about how nice it would be to have another one the very next day. Always a good sign. Our bill after tax and before tip was $16.59. Credit cards are accepted. The barmaid was marginally friendly and provided decent service. I think she was the one doing the cooking too as I believe the cook top was in the bar area and there was no one else but her manning the place. There were about 4 TV's by the bar/table area and women's soccer was on every single one. None of the other patrons looked like soccer fans in the least so that was a little weird. Side note: The Goat is easily accessible from the I-96/Fowlerville exit. However, when trying to get back onto I-96 follow the direction of the FIRST white/black sign (if heading west) that says "Truck Route". Otherwise, when you hit the next official I-96/Truck Route signs, they're going to direct right back into town from where you started from a side road. That was pretty flipping annoying. I will definitely be back to The Goat for another burger and to sit a spell for a beer or three. I may even walk the buzz off by checking out their tiny downtown area. I saw some signs announcing a big annual fair coming up later this month as well as a tractor-pull in August and soybean festival in September, if any of those types of things float your boat. If they do, just don't forget to swing by The Goat while you're in town.
Bloated Goat is a true classic. I am writing this review to honor my beloved Michigan State Spartans (Class of '85, 8 goalposts under my belt in post-game riots during my career) Anyway- first and only time I was at the Goat was with my brother in law Philsta, who flew out to Michigan from California with me to see the annual grudge match between Sparty and the Wolverines. In fact- it was like fifteen years ago when both teams were ranked and undefeated- just like now.... Anyhow- it's around 7am, and we are travel weary- yet the 70+ year old cigarrette smoking bartender yells at us, "You flew all the way out here to see the game? WELL GET FIRED UP!" So, of course, we ordered shots and beers and got our game faces on. Epic dive bar of legendary proportions, still referred to by my kinfolk today. I insist that you visit the Bloated Goat whenever you are road tripping in to East Lansing for a game. Oh yeah, and GO STATE!
Can't say too much about this place other than the name rocks and it always provides a great time. Good times, jukebox, food etc. Oh yeah, the name rocks.

(517) 223-8413

Bars, Burgers

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Hungry Howie’s

601 W Grand River
Fowlerville, 48836
Reviews:
Ordered Online- Italian Deluxe Calzone. Pick up for lunch. Ready when I arrived- had little time. Clean store; quick service; friendly staff. Calzone was very good. Personally I prefer thinner sliced tomatoes, but sure some would like the larger slices. I will order from them in the future.

(517) 223-3200

Pizza

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The Hoseshoe

10100 W Grand River Rd
Fowlerville, 48836
Reviews:
We go there a dozen times a year, decent bar food and cheap drinks. Like to see more bands and an out door bar set up in the summer. They could also get some more TVs and big ones. Glad they got rid of the karaoke. They have such a nice outdoor patio area that should be used in the summer. I just see all the potential revenue lost.

(517) 223-9886

Sports Bars, American (Traditional)

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Fowlerville Farms Family Restaurant

941 S Grand Ave
Fowlerville, 48836
Reviews:
Terrible food. The place was empty and my food was still served cold!!!! What ? Why? The waitress was stingy with the jam, one container for two pieces of toast, other places give as much as you need. The price was expensive. Very disappointed. This place used to be so good. what happened?
The food has been great every time. The waitress was perfect. I would definitely recommend it to anybody looking for a nice friendly place to eat. The food is awesome, especially the bread with honey butter. We were able to watch the tigers game, they have three tv's. My family loves this place.
This place is a "Dive" it's an gas station dinner, with a "Cracker Barrel" type of gift shop. all that said it has good food, and a friendly prompt staff.

(517) 223-3488

American (Traditional), Breakfast & Brunch

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O’connor’s Deli

650 S Grand Ave
Fowlerville, 48836
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Picked up lunch - sub, chips, and drink. Sub was decent- bit pricey. Drive by every day to and from work. I have not been back since. Don't know why- just haven't been.

(517) 223-8724

Pizza, Delis

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China Gourmet

175 E Van Riper Rd
Fowlerville, 48836
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(517) 223-3800

Chinese

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A & W Restaurants

800 S Grand Ave
Fowlerville, 48836
Reviews:
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(517) 223-2037

Fast Food

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