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30Jan

Two Hooves Up!

Like many before me, the pink pig on the Louie's Ham and  Corned Beef sign has been calling me for quite some time. Thankfully, I followed the call of the pink pig and stopped by for lunch.
    Located at 3570 Riopelle, the building faces Mack (behind Milano Bakery), in Detroit's famous Eastern Market District.
    Inside, I found a clean, updated and welcoming atmosphere with helpful staff.
    Since corned beef is on the sign, I thought it would be smart to order the reuben sandwich.
My reuben was stacked with tender, perfectly cooked corned beef on grilled rye with swiss cheese and sauerkraut. It was also served with a pickle.

I ordered my sandwich as deluxe and chose cole slaw and a pop as my two additional options. The cole slaw was tasty and well portioned. Despite my healthy appetite, the sandwich was so big, I had to take half home!
    Because of the tasty quality and great portions, I must give Louie's Ham and Corned Beef two hooves up!


~Russell Bisinger

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