We go to more restaurants than we ought to.
I do all the cooking, and, when I work late, eating out becomes a necessity. Tonight was one of those nights. The eggplant that I bought for a meat and eggplant curry had become slimy. Rather than waiting for me to go to the store, we went out to Miller’s.
Millers’, like Travellers’ Club & Tuba Museum in Lansing, used to be (in the late 1800’s) part of a chain of ice cream parlors. It still serves ice cream (at least 30 flavors). It also serves what I’d describe as diner food–burgers, fries, beef, mashed potatoes, and deep fried shrimp.
But wait, as they say in the Ginsu knife commercials, there’s more. They also serve breakfast all day. And… Owing to nature of the multi-cultural society we live in, the new owners are originally Lebanese. Thus, Millers’ now serves Lebanese food too.
It’s both good and cheap. We generally get out for under $20 for two adults and two kids.
Where is this wonderful place? Here.