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We had the philly beef with provolone wet and 2 beef hot dogs with pickles and tomato they were fabulous but they forgot the au jus so the sandwich was dry.

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The fries were off the chain. The hot dogs are so unusual they r worth a try. Located in a great neighborhood with a relaxing atmosphere. This place is as good as anything in Chicago. Give yourself a treat and stop in. I stopped in for lunch in one of Eastown's newer restaurants and enjoyed a great sandwich. Sandwich had provolone cheese, hot giardiniera, and auju on the side or they'll soak the whole thing if you prefer.

Food was good and staff was friendly. Not too crowded for a Monday at lunchtime. Plenty of seating, clean restrooms, and located in a great part of Grand Rapids lots of other things to do within walking distance. Metered on-street parking or a nearby parking lot. We had dinner on Tuesday night. We ordered 2 sandwiches and the Chicago dog. Very authentically done Toppings and meat were excellent.

I really appreciate the giardiniera. It's so flavorful! Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more. Tip: All of your saved places can be found here in My Trips. Log in to get trip updates and message other travelers. Profile Join. Log in Join. Big Willy's Italian Beef. Improve this listing.

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Restaurant details. Reviewed December 10, via mobile. Italian Beef. Date of visit: December Thank ChrisH Reviews 7.

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Reviewed December 6, via mobile. Thank SVtravelagent. Reviewed November 16, via mobile. Must have lunch. Date of visit: November Thank scottk Dave B. Reviewed October 9, Great Sandwich! Soooooo much better. This will be so much better. In looks, comfort, and safety. From my own personal experience, kids are fascinated by ladders, etc. I feel much better about the new direction.

I wondered how anyone could get furniture up that ladder. I am so glad you made the change! The stairs sound like a great idea. I am so glad you have changed the design. I love ladders and could climb to heaven! I was betting you were not happy either, after all the thought you have put into this place to make it just right for your in-laws! LOVE your ideas and design decisions.

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I love the new staircase designs! I am afraid of heights, so I have to admit that when I see great spaces with a ladder to a loft, I get vertigo just thinking about it! The staircases add a beautiful design to the room, and the added safety is beyond measure. Looking forward to seeing the new stairs! Hooray for you for speaking up and having the courage to change it! Ladder or not, all I could see was stubbing my toe going around that corner? Love the inspiration stairs.

Perfect solution. Sometimes we just have to see it before we know how it should be changed. Proud of you.

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I like the thought of the ladder, but for functional, everyday use I think stairs are definitely the way to go. Plus, stairs are just as pretty! I like the new look. As a cautious by nature mom of boys, I have had to learn to let go and let my husband teach my boys how to be men and do things like get on the roof and climb ladders, even at young ages. Sonny is at a great age to learn to use ladders safely, so be sure Kevin is teaching him how to use them appropriately, with supervision , even if it scares you to death!

It beats Sonny trying to figure it out on his own?. Anyway, it looks like you are doing a great job with your boy! The stairs are beautiful and you will be so much happier with them. I understand your thoughts and concerns. So excited to see the new stairs in place. As a person both afraid of heights AND tall ladders, I would have never gone into that loft — lol!!! Maybe going up, but down? NO WAY!!!! And as a mom of a daughter who gets up on the roof of our house to help put up Christmas lights and eat pizza up there — what is it with teens eating pizza in strange places?!?

I just breathe a prayer and give them a thumbs up. God takes care of our crazy teens and comforts terrified moms — lol!!!

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Hang in there — each day gets better and better! So much better!! Sooo much better to change the loft ladder to the corner and two sections. Much safer for you all, especially your darling son. Now you will have official stairs. I think your stair solution is perfect will look so much better and be safer for all concerned! Loving all of your posts concerning the Bungalow Barn updates and look forward to reading more. And will you have a concern about the window?


Need safety glass? I love this idea so much more for the design and safety. Just a side note, but as we get older it is much safer to climb stairs, than a ladder from my view point as a oldster. We had steep stairs in my grandmothers cottage which were made by my grandfather. They took you up to the kids loft sleeping area.


I of course used them all the time while growing up—probably unspotted. They were spotted like crazy! It was left to my mother who has since sold it. With years of wear the stairs were slick as could be and just not practical. While prepping the upstairs for grandkids she fell and we are lucky to still have her.