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Ram's Horn Restaurant Serves Classic American Comfort Food Round the Clock

By Pamela Sosnowski

For over 40 years, the family-owned Ram's Horn restaurant chain has been bringing freshly prepared, classic comfort food to customers in 16 locations throughout Michigan. With its cushy booths and plentiful windows, the restaurants have a vintage diner-like appeal and menu that keep customers coming back.

Owner Eugene Kasapis of the Westland (Wayne Road) location says there are several factors that make Ram's Horn stand out from its competitors. "We pride ourselves on the quality of our food, our service, and our clean and comfortable surroundings," he states. "We are a local company, based out of Southfield, owned and operated for over 40 years by the Kasapis brothers. We are proud of our Detroit roots and support locally sourced products, from produce to meats to desserts."

Another way the restaurant chain differentiates itself is by staying open 24 hours of day in several locations. This lives up to the restaurant's motto, "It's where to go when you're hungry." All of the locations serve breakfast all day, something that makes it a draw for patrons that love pancakes and omelets for lunch or dinner.

Premium breakfast specials range from the Country Breakfast Bowl, a hearty meal that contains hash browns, scrambled eggs, sausage, and sausage gravy to the Stuffed French Toast, which is filled with cream cheese and available with a choice of fruit topping with whipped cream.

Kasapis describes the menu as "Classic American. We offer all-day breakfast, sandwiches from ciabattas to wraps, healthy salads and comfort food dinners such as meatloaf and pot roast." Favorites among patrons include the Breakfast Bowl, classic potato skins with homemade ranch dressing, the ham and Swiss ciabatta, Philly sub, Ram's Horn Cobb salad, chicken stir fry and the restaurant's famous fish and chips.

Desserts include rice pudding, a variety of ice cream sundaes, and the Ram's Horn chocolate Black Forest "bumpy" cake. A children's menu featuring kid-friendly favorites such as macaroni and cheese and chicken fingers is also available.

Some of the restaurant locations are franchises while some are independently owned, but they all have one thing in common besides the quality food for reasonable prices: as noted by several online customer testimonials, the dining area (and restrooms) are spotless and service is fast and friendly. The 24-hour locations are also convenient for weary travelers arriving late to a nearby hotel.

Several Ram's Horn restaurants are also located near Michigan attractions such as beaches, state parks, museums, and other local attractions, providing a good place to dine after a day of sightseeing. By satisfying basic needs in the dining industry, Ram's Horn is sure to be around for at least another 40 years.

To find more info on the restaurant check out their website at www.ramshornrestaurants.com.

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Pamela Sosnowski is a freelance writer, social media manager, contributor for REBEAT...

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