Patrons of the burger chain, which has a location in Berkley, donated $9,463.95 to the Hearts of Hope campaign in February.
Friday, March 29, 2013
Tuesday, February 19, 2013
Stop by the burger chain's Berkley location to show your support for the 2013 Hearts of Hope campaign.
Diners at Bagger Dave’s during the month of February can participate in the Children’s Leukemia Foundation of Michigan’s 2013 Hearts of Hope campaign. Money raised through the sale of $1 pin-up hearts at the burger chain's Michigan locations – including Ann Arbor, Berkley, Bloomfield Township, Brighton, Cascade Township, East Lansing, Grand Rapids, Holland, Novi and Shelby Township – will be used to help support families dealing with blood diseases. Diners can write a personalized message on each heart they buy, all of which will be displayed at the restaurant. “We are proud to offer our support to the children and families that benefit from the Children’s Leukemia Foundation,” said T. Michael Ansley, president and CEO of Diversified …
Wednesday, January 9, 2013
Mark your calendars! The restaurant will donate a portion of sales from 5 to 9 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 9, with presentation of a coupon.
Wednesday, May 23, 2012
About 20 people began their Wednesday evening adventure at the Berkley Community Center before bicycling to Bagger Dave's and then Clark's.
Sun, bikes and family were the just the right ingredients for the perfect start to the second Berkley Bicycle Dinner Cruise on Wednesday evening. At 6:30 p.m., almost 20 hungry bikers began pulling up to the Berkley Community Center ready to go on the dinner cruise, which was hosted by the Berkley Environmental Advisory Committee. Although the event was meant to raise awareness of the bike-ability of the city, many participants were excited about the cruise for other reasons. “We are out here to connect more with the community,” said Lisabeth Conger, who bought her husband and two young daughters. “We have lived in the city for three years and haven’t met that many people, so we are looking to do that tonight.” It was also a family …
Tuesday, May 22, 2012
The Berkley Environmental Advisory Committee is hosting the event to raise awareness about the bike-ability of the city.
Ready your helmets, the Berkley Environmental Advisory Committee is inviting community members to take part in a biking adventure complete with dinner and ice cream. “It’s going to be family friendly in nature,” Lisa Platt Auensen, the committee’s City Council liaison, said of Wednesday's Berkley Bicycle Dinner Cruise. “It’s designed for people of all abilities to come out and enjoy the weather and the city of Berkley.” The committee was formed four years ago as an ad hoc committee to look at municipal energy consumption to save the city money, said Auensen, who was on that founding committee. Last year, City Council voted to establish it as a permanent seven-member committee. Over time, the committee expanded its vision to include …
Sunday, March 4, 2012
Magazine selects the Berkley eatery for its Train Wreck Burger and wide variety of topping options.
Bagger Dave's was named best burger in Real Detroit Weekly's latest "Best Food" feature. "This is quite an honor. Bagger Dave's sits atop a mountain of some of the area's most popular establishments and with good reason," the magazine gushes. No surprise to locals, who frequent the Coolidge Highway spot for not only its variety of burgers with 30 different options for toppings but its extensive list of Michigan beers to pair with them. The family friendly Berkley restaurant is wallpapered in large scale photographs of Berkley from years past and features an model electric train circling on a track near the ceiling. What's your favorite place in town to get a burger? Tell us in the comments and write a review on its listing, which you can …
Friday, June 17, 2011
The burger chain expects to open its new space this summer; businesses that were located in the demolished building next door have relocated.
Demolition work under way just south of Bagger Dave's in Berkley is making way for an addition to the restaurant that will open this summer, complete with bistro-style windows and eight new craft beers. Bagger Dave's expects to open the addition in time to hold a kick-off event before the Woodward Dream Cruise on Aug. 20, manager Jon Curtis said. Accounting for variances in the construction schedule, the work should be completed within six to eight weeks, he said. The new room, which will include two more televisions and 36 seats, will be open year-round, Curtis said. Berkley City Planner Amy Vansen said the addition will be approximately 700 square feet with large windows that can open during warmer months. "It will be like a summertime …