Located near the Willow Run bomber plant, the birth place of the B-24 during WWII, the Bomber Restaurant is a tribute and place of dedication to the iconic aircraft. Briefly known as Baldwin's Diner in 1936, the eaterie soon changed its name to the Bomber, proceeding to alter its moniker a few more times before settling in 1986 on its current (and previous!) title. Serving up good old American fare including the Cowboy Skillet, Bomber Dog and Philly Steak Hoagie, this diner is a safe bet on comfort food. Featured on the Food TV show 'Top Five Over Indulgences' and entirely decorated in model airplanes, historic photos and war memorabilia, The Bomber ticks every dining requirement we at Cockpit USA have!
306 East Michigan Avenue Ypsilanti, MI 48198 (734) 482-0550