Three restaurants in Oakland that serve you comfort food

Mike Kazsyck

OAKLAND, MI - Longing for a nostalgic feeling of homemade food? These places in Oakland County may relieve your feeling with every bite they serve to you.

1. Genitti's Hole-in-the-Wall, 108 E Main St Northville.

Genitti's Hole-in-the-Wall originally started as a meat and grocery store back then in 1971. Even though they have gone through a couple of expansions, Genitti's is still managed to maintain their originality and providing their customer with excellent food along with relaxed dining that can make anyone comfortable. They serve a seven-course family-style Italian dinner, which starts with Italian wedding soup, followed by pasta, and ends with cannoli as a dessert.

2. Union Woodshop, 18 S Main St Clarkston.

Crafted with hickory on the smoke side and cherry wood on the pizza side, Union Woodshop delivers its menu in a rustic way. The appetizers and items that are listed on the menu are tasty with rich in flavors and comforting for a satisfying appetite. You can relax and have a conversation with your friends here, accompanied by upbeat rock and roll music playing in the background.

3. Vinsetta Garage, 27799 Woodward Ave Berkley.

Started to deliver the deepest kind of care to car owners at a time, Vinsetta Garage has now transformed into a restaurant that serves you a variety of comfort food with great service. You may notice that their menu is inspired by the custom Detroit eats back in the day such as noodle bowls, coal-fired pies, union mac and cheese, and more. Pizza and burgers are their main choices, but you can have salad and desserts as well.

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