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Pronto! In Royal Oak
If you're going to Royal Oak to eat, but you want to avoid the pricey, overcrowded Main Street restaurants and the greasy spoons by the train tracks, go to Pronto. Brightly colored walls add to the lively feel of this often bustling restaurant. The sandwich menu is creative and fun. There's a bakery if you just want a snack, and a gay-friendly bar with music videos. Grab a sidewalk table in the summer and watch Royal Oak's faux-trolley go by.