Nick’s Big Cheese Grill Opens At Paint Creek Crossing In Ypsilanti

. May 31, 2019.
Nick’s Big Cheese Grill opens at Paint Creek Crossing in Ypsilanti

Calling all cheese lovers! The cheese centric menu (full menu on Facebook) delights in a myriad of ways, from classic grilled cheese, potato wedges, soups, salads and Guernsey ice cream. Everything is available to go or there’s casual seating providing an inviting place to savor your selections. Located at the south end of Paint Creek Crossing shopping mall, @NBCGrill opened on April 30th and serves cheese fanciers daily.

11:30am-7:30pm, daily
2072 Whittaker Rd.
734-961-8238 | facebook.com/NBCGrill

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