Yesterday, we met up with a few friends at Deadwood Bar and Grill in Northville. I hadn’t planned on a blog post, so forgive me for the crappy photo of my leftovers! Overall I really enjoyed our meal. If you’re a vegetarian, this is not your restaurant. The menu is very meat heavy with a particular focus on wild game and BBQ.
We started the meal with drunken buck cheese dip, which is made with sharp cheddar cheese, smoked venison sausage, and Bass Ale. It was served with seasoned corn tortilla chips and slices of sourdough bread. It was very tasty.
I ordered a special, the Southwestern macaroni and cheese. It was very good. It had grilled chicken, corn, black bean, tomatoes, and peppers in a rich, creamy cheese sauce. It had a nice hint of heat, but no spicy. It was served with a corn muffin which was excellent, nice and soft with a sweet flavor. The macaroni and cheese had a coating of corn muffin crumbs on top, which added a nice crunch. It also came with cole slaw, I didn’t try it, but Dave took a taste and he said it wasn’t all that special. I originally planned to order the fiesta salad and I’m glad I didn’t. My friend ordered it and it was more like nachos rather than a salad, it would have been a nasty surprise if I was expecting a salad.
Dave ordered the BBQ beef sandwich. I tried it, but I didn’t care for it. The meat wasn’t very tender and the BBQ was way too strong and there was way too much of it as well. It had a very “boozy” taste too it, and not in a good way. It was a very large sandwich and it was served with a bag of chips and a pickle spear. The rest of our group ordered burgers and boy were they big! The french fries looked really good and they were available in plain, seasoned, or sweet potato.
And we lucked out, Monday is free cookie day so before we left we each got a freshly baked chocolate chip cookie for dessert!