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Mike's Kabob Grille.
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Metro Detroit's Meat On A Stick: Mapped

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Mike's Kabob Grille.
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Here's the new Eater Detroit Mini Map, featuring some great places to eat meat on a stick, in honor of The Five Days Of Meat power hour. Covering all of Detroit's 139 square miles can be daunting, add the suburbs and it's no wonder people get cranky because the Eater 38 inevitably did not cover that one really great restaurant.

Enter the Mini Map. A mini map is a hyper-focused map that's meant to give just a taste of a category or neighborhood, not the whole picture. This one includes six local places to try meat on a stick. Kabob. Satay. City Chicken. Corn Dogs. Popsicles. They're all here in the special Meat On A Stick mini map. Sweet, savory, fried, and baked, everyone loves animal protein on a skewer. We left off one of your favorites, guaranteed, but that's okay. Let us know what we missed in the comments, and tell us where to find it.


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Satay House

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It's unusual to find a Malaysian restaurant in the area, and diners love that this one is well worth a visit. Oh, and the chicken satay is supposedly excellent. [Photo]

Polish Village Cafe

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A favorite Polish dish on a stick is city chicken, cubes of meat breaded and baked on a skewer, but it's not chicken-it's pork! [Photo]

Atwater In The Park

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They have been getting a lot of positive buzz for not just the beer, but for the food as well. As for what's on a stick, they're serving up pork belly corn dogs.[Photo]

The Detroit Pop Shop at Eastern Market

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Don't miss the opportunity to try their special Five Days of Meat popsicles this Sunday at the market. They're featuring cantaloupe prosciutto and maple bacon this week only. [Photo]

Mike's Kabob Grille Inc

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One of Gilbert's four mystery restaurants announced in June, Mike's is all about the kabobs: beef, lamb, chicken, it's all on a stick. [Photo]

Iraqi Kabob

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This is the real deal, it's beloved for fantastic kabob, big portions, and fair prices. [Photo]

Satay House

It's unusual to find a Malaysian restaurant in the area, and diners love that this one is well worth a visit. Oh, and the chicken satay is supposedly excellent. [Photo]

Polish Village Cafe

A favorite Polish dish on a stick is city chicken, cubes of meat breaded and baked on a skewer, but it's not chicken-it's pork! [Photo]

Atwater In The Park

They have been getting a lot of positive buzz for not just the beer, but for the food as well. As for what's on a stick, they're serving up pork belly corn dogs.[Photo]

The Detroit Pop Shop at Eastern Market

Don't miss the opportunity to try their special Five Days of Meat popsicles this Sunday at the market. They're featuring cantaloupe prosciutto and maple bacon this week only. [Photo]

Mike's Kabob Grille Inc

One of Gilbert's four mystery restaurants announced in June, Mike's is all about the kabobs: beef, lamb, chicken, it's all on a stick. [Photo]

Iraqi Kabob

This is the real deal, it's beloved for fantastic kabob, big portions, and fair prices. [Photo]

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