This was my first time eating at this restaurant since it became Mudgie's. I've always loved the location in Detroit's oldest neighborhood, Corktown. Mudgie's is small, popular and fills up quickly. I'm glad I beat the lunch crowd. The menu offers a nice variety of sandwiches. I ordered a Barrett so I could try their corned beef and a bottled drink. The sandwich was large and the corned beef very tender, the way I like it. Mudgie's offers a variety of desserts, but I was too filled to eat anything else. The service was friendly and attentive.
This is one of those great little neighborhood restaurants. I plan to go back next time I'm in Detroit.
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