When Mike and Ahmad Nassar established a kitchen at their family's truck stop, they never envisioned becoming one of the Top 100 Restaurants in the U.S.

In 2014, Mike, a self-taught chef, and Ahmad, the creative brain of the business, took a leap of faith in an often-overlooked Southwest Detroit neighborhood. Initially aiming to draw truckers to their location with portable sandwiches, they soon discovered they had created something extraordinary. Crowds stretched down and around Fort Street, eager to try the brothers' sandwiches. Along with their team, they went on to receive numerous accolades, including being named a Top 3 Food Truck in America.

While they continue to serve truckers crossing the Ambassador Bridge, their flagship Detroit 75 Kitchen has evolved into a cherished landmark, paving the way for their expansion. The Nassar brothers most recently creatively transformed a vacant Sears Auto Center into a Detroit 75 Kitchen in Troy, Michigan. They also became the official food truck of the PGA Tour Rocket Classic and signed an exclusive catering contract with Comerica Park, home to the Detroit Tigers.

The Nassar Brothers remain committed to forging a legacy greater than themselves.

Stay Hungry,

Chef Mike & Ahmad Nassar