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 Has anyone ever eaten at Tony's I-75 restaurant in Birch Run, Michigan

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analei

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Has anyone ever eaten at Tony's I-75 restaurant in Birch Run, Michigan Tue, 03/1/11 11:45 AM (permalink)
A group of us ladies went up to Boyne for the weekend, and on the way back we stopped this place where they had been before, but it was all new to me, and frankly, I was a bit mortified and enthralled by it.
 
I like the ambiance of the place, very lively and fast moving and PACKED with people and the waitstaff was was pleasant, but I was mind boggled by the food portion of the meal.
 
One friend ordered a pastrami sandwich and the other a turkey club. Each seemed to have a pound of meat stuffed between well butted bread. I ordered a large beef burrito which was who knows, maybe a pound of meat stuff into a large flour tortilla. 
 
It was enourmous. We all took doggie bags, but i noticed some people eating this massive quantities of food in a short time. The food is rich.
 
The girls told me the restaurant was featured the Food Network Channel..Man vs. Food? I do not know as I do not subscribe to cable.
 
Has anyone else eaten at Tony I-75 restaurant?
 
 
 
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