Welcome

Our unique take on the great American roadhouse is a relaxed, retro-inspired bar and grill that’s comfortably casual. Drop in anytime for our creative menu that’s full of familiar American fare and served with sincere hospitality.

Every inch of Roadside B&G is warm and inviting. Our space perfectly captures the feeling of an old, Northern Michigan roadside restaurant, but there’s no mistaking our modern-day approach to each dish and your dining experience. Drive over and discover our airy dining room, covered patio and expansive bar. It’s the perfect place to pop in for an after-work happy hour, dinner with friends or a weekend brunch.

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News

Roberts Restaurant Group Provides Strolling Dinner for CARE House Event

On January 28th, all of the Roberts Restaurant Group restaurants came together to provide a strolling dinner for the 2014 Circle of Friends Preview Party, an annual fundraising event hosted by CARE House of Oakland County. The non-profit CARE House is a leading resource in the prevention of child abuse. Special guest John Walsh — a longtime voice for child victim advocacy — appeared at this well-attended event. Learn more about CARE House

Shrimp and Grits named one of the Freep Five

When The Detroit Free Press went looking for the five best shrimp and grits dishes in the area, Roadside’s easily made the list of restaurants that have put a modern twist on the classic dish. Available during weekend brunch, the Blackened Shrimp and Grits features perfectly cooked shrimp and stone-ground grits, and applewood smoked bacon-and-tomato jam gives the dish a modern flair. Everything is tied together in a “citified version of comfort food.” read more...

Our unique soup and sandwich featured in Sylvia Rector’s Great Plates

Roadside B&G’s unique take on soup and sandwich was featured in the Great Plates section of The Detroit Free Press. Sylvia Rector calls Roadside’s short rib grilled cheese and tomato soup a decadant pairing full of style, integrity and flavor. The “downright luxurious” combination, says Rector, is one of the best reasons to take a midday break. read more...