Food & Drink

Revival, a 'new American craft kitchen,' opens today in Waterford


  • From Revival's Facebook page

Revival Eatery, a new American spot that's the newest product from Clarkston's Pizza Dolce owners Dan and Natasha Nestorovski, is now open in Waterford.

The menu features a range of takes on poutine, mac and cheese, burgers, sandwiches, cheese curds, and a few desserts. The Nestorovskis tapped Chad Barrett (a recent winner of the Food Network's Guy’s Grocery Games) and Matt Bray to run the kitchen.

Among the menu standouts: Beeler's pork tenderloin with polenta, asparagus, rosemary-balsamic jus, and apple chutney for $18. Or the 5 Cheese Mac with cavatappi, five cheese sauce, and Better Made pretzel crust for $12.

“We are in the perfect location to embrace the neighboring businesses and residents,” Dan Nestorovski said via press release. “Our menu will be approachable, yet interesting with a variety of options.”

Revival is at 4750W. Walton Blvd. in Waterford. 

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