24530 Jefferson · St. Clair Shores, MI 48080  -  586.872.2630  - On The Nautical Mile


What's cookin' upstairs??
It's a bird!..It's a plane!...No it's

But unfortunately the
food truck is now closed for the rest of
2022 season!


Mike's Rooftop Deck is 21 years and up (Only)
No bottles or glasses allowed for safety reasons!



Food Truck Hours:

Monday: Closed

Tuesday: 5pm-10pm

Wednesday: 5pm-10pm

Thursday: 5pm-10pm

Friday: 5pm-10pm

Saturday: 12pm-10pm

Sunday: 12pm-9pm

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Food truck now sits on Mike's on the Water roof
POSTED: 07/09/18, 7:12 PM EDT 

Mike LeFevre gives a thumbs-up as his food truck is lifted to the rooftop deck of Mike’s on the Water hamburger joint in St. Clair  Shores.
A work crew removed the engine and other parts from the former step-van and built a kitchen inside of it.  

Things are looking up at Mike’s on the Water.
 A food truck was lifted to the second-story outdoor deck at the St. Clair Shores waterfront eatery on Monday, capping off what some said -- including owner Michael LeFevre himself, was a wacky but interesting marketing move.

 “My heart’s pounding about a mile a minute,” LeFevre said as the food truck was lifted into place.
“That’s the most bizarre site I’ve ever seen at a restaurant in my life.”

 An invitation-only crowd of about 200 applauded and cheered as a 170-foot crane lifted the 25-foot-long, 10,800-pound vehicle over a canal and onto steel support beams on the rooftop in about seven minutes.

 “It’s amazing,” said the owner’s mother, Mary Lou LeFevre of Grosse Pointe Woods. “I had to see it for myself.
I can’t believe he did it. That’s so like him.”

Donna Flaherty, president of the Nautical Mile Merchants Association a few doors down, agreed.   “He is so creative,” Flaherty said.

 The truck becomes the main visual outdoor attraction to the second floor deck known as The Lookout, which opened last year.
But servers said bringing food up the stairs to The Lookout became a challenge, hamburger buns were often blown by the
wind into the canal' so LeFevre’s mind came up with the addition of a second kitchen.

By Mitch Hotts, The Macomb Daily     click here to see the news article


Thursday July, 26th 2018

The Blessing Of The
Food Truck

Thank You Father

Sid Eckert


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