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"A Midtown favorite since 1965, Traffic Jam & Snug has been serving an eclectic mix of foods that please carnivores and vegetarians alike with longtime favorites an extensive list of specials that changes daily. It’s more than just a restaurant. Traffic Jam & Snug has its own bakery that produces artisan breads and desserts. It also houses Michigan’s smallest licensed dairy that makes ice cream, hand-crafted beers and award-winning cheeses."

 

"It might be the "it" thing among foodies, but batch-made cheese has been a staple for decades at the Midtown restaurant."

 

"Situated on the sidewalk running alongside Canfield, (Traffic Jam & Snug's) fenced-in area is a great spot for a summer meal or for one of the beer release parties that Lowell has been known to throw when a new brew is ready to drink."

 

"Midtown is peppered with restaurants, ...Detroit institution Traffic Jam & Snug, 511 W. Canfield St. If you go to the Traffic Jam and don’t try the mushroom soup … well, I can’t help you. "

 

"I spent almost 3 weeks in Detroit this month. I had intended to do a Battle of the Detroit Veggie Burgers piece but alas most of the places I wanted to try weren't able to happen. The winner as it stands would be Traffic Jam & Snug in the Cass Corridor section of Detroit. The spicy lentil veggie burger is just amazing. I can't get enough of this sandwich, I have it almost every time I visit Michigan."

 


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"T"- Party--Traffic Jam Style!

Eastside A's, after a tour of the Piquette Avenue Ford Plant--stop in to "refuel"

 

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