Enjoying Downtown Romeo in Macomb County

Families can enjoy dining, shopping and experiencing historic downtown Romeo.

And a must-visit place for families in Macomb County is downtown Romeo.

Although it seems to be most well-known for its Annual Peach Festival in September and Terror on Tillson Street during the month October, this small town features so many great restaurants and shops to appreciate.

Here is a list of some of our favorites:

Shop

This holiday season, try doing your holiday shopping at a small business instead.

HoneyPie Kids Children’s Clothing Boutique

Shop infant and children’s clothing at this children’s boutique. The shop also offers seasonal clothing and birthday clothing and select party supplies.

The Cottage

This store sells candles, bath and body items, stationery, eco-friendly products, home décor, gifts and more. Also featured is a refill station where you can bring your own containers to fill up on natural laundry soap, castile soap, hand and body wash, bath salts, shower steamers and all-purpose cleaners.

Town Hall Antiques

Browse three floors of quality antiques in two buildings. Town Hall Antiques offers pieces from 50 of Michigan’s finest dealers and every item is guaranteed to be as represented. They do not sell reproductions. Delivery is always available, as well.

Experience

There are plenty of places to explore while you’re in Romeo.

Romeo Historical Society

The Romeo Historical Society operates and maintains The Romeo Arts and Archives Museum, Bancroft-Stranahan Home and Clyde Craig Blacksmith Museum. To tour these museums, call 586-752-4111.

The Starkweather Arts Center

This art gallery offers classes, music programs, art shows, a gift shop and community events. It is operated by volunteers and was named after Helen Starkweather, an art and drafting teacher for Romeo Schools for 40 years. Also, you can view the mural “The Spirit of Romeo” here.

Dine

If you’re looking for a cup of coffee to keep you going or a bite to eat in between shopping, check out these great local restaurants.

Buon Appetito Italian Cuisine

This family-owned restaurant offers fine Sicilian dining in a casual atmosphere. They even have a kid’s menu which features pasta with meat sauce or marinara, chicken strips and fries or fettuccine alfredo.

Jayell Smoke House Barbeque Romeo

This barbecue restaurant was founded in 2012, but has been developed and perfected over the past five years. It features over 12 barbecue sauces and over 30 rubs and seasonings used. Start off with candied bacon or barbecue nachos and try one of their many different sandwiches. For the kids, they have chicken tenders, a hot dog, grilled cheese, hamburger or a Jayell Jr.

Main Street Romeo Kitchen + Bar

This restaurant is located in the heart of Romeo. It’s American comfort food and features pierogi, wings, sliders, pizza, filet mignon, baked tortellini and much more. The kid’s meal options are spaghetti and meatballs, fish and chips, pizza, chicken tenders and fries, sliders and fries, grilled cheese and fries and cheese tortellini alfredo.

Main’s Treat Coffeehouse

Not only does Main’s Treat Coffeehouse offer a wide variety of hot and cold beverages, but also bagels, muffins, breakfast sandwiches, soup, sandwiches and much more.

Romeo Townhall Soda Fountain

Try their Michigan handcrafted ice cream floats, malts, milkshakes, sundaes and cones. They also offer non-dairy and gluten-free options.

The Office Pub & Cookery

This family-friendly restaurant has burgers, pizzas, sandwiches and dinners like chicken pot pie, fish and chips and southern style chicken strips. Their kid’s menu is for ages 12 and under and features pizza, grilled cheese, burger, boneless wings or mac and cheese. Also, kids eat free on Mondays.

For more information on living and learning in Macomb County, visit Make Macomb Your Home. Find more articles like this at Metro Parent’s A Family Guide to Macomb County.

Kari Zaffarano
Kari Zaffarano
Kari Zaffarano is a mom of one and Metro Parent's Audience Development Coordinator. She tracks down the best events every week and shares the inside scoop with families in print and online. She enjoys reading, traveling and exploring metro Detroit with her son.

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