We love the What Not. It's a great neighborhood bar and gathering place. Great hamburgers, Friday night fish nite is wonderful, & music nights are fun! Why Not the What Not?!
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The service is great. The decorative atmosphere Is always something we talk about and share with others.The food is always wonderful. The fireplace is romantic. Whether I am here with my boyfriend or here with family, they treat you like your number one. I remember...More
I hadn't been here for a while, but decided to go and enjoy the jazz band, which included a friend of ours. We arrived around 6:30 to a packed house. We were lucky to get a table. The band was great, and at times invited...More
Been to the What Not Inn on Blue Star Highway towards Fennville, from Saugatuck, a couple times. Had a good egg, meat and potatoes breakfast. But, if you are out on a Friday night and desire fish, this is a good place to go. We...More
We really enjoy visiting this place for dinner. The food is great! The service excellent! They are very welcoming. It reminds us of the supper club type restaurants you find in northern Wisconsin. The Friday fish fry is yummy as well as their fried chicken...More
I have been driving between Chicago and northern Michigan for years now, and until recently, never knew about this little gem situated right off I-96. It's tucked behind trees alongside the highway and there's no sign for it at the exit, so you wouldn't know...More
We happened into this place with my in-laws after visiting Fennville's local winery. We needed something after sampling quite a few wines. I've driven by the place a number of times, but it never looked that inviting. You will find the dining room decor to...More
This older, out of the way Roadhouse is not one that should be passed by! It is a hidden gem offering excellent service and food. It has a varied menu, offering something for anyone - we came back for the lake perch, which is excellent.
I grew up in Michigan and walking into The What Not Inn reminded me of taverns and restaurants that my family used to eat at in northern Michigan in my youth. The restaurant looks bigger inside than out. Wood everywhere with square tables and cafeteria...More