When I pulled into the parking lot, I thought I was in the wrong place. The building looked like the clubhouse to the adjoining golf course. Then I saw the sign and knew I was in the right place. When I entered the restaurant, I saw a woman singing karaoke to a group of senior citizens and wondered what I'd wandered into. Not until I walked down a hall to the back dining room did it look like a regular restaurant. For those unfamiliar, the term "coney island" is sort of generic (in the Detroit area) for a family diner, albeit one that serves coneys. Most of these places are run by Greeks, so you can get gyros, Greek salads, chili and a host of other similar food. But, they usually also have comfort food like mac and cheese and meatloaf. This place seemed to be full of locals. The food was good, filling and not expensive. Recommended.
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