I ordered the chicken tenders and fries. It came with coleslaw and or course ranch dressing. I also sampled my sister's pasty, everything was delish!
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We stopped for breakfast recently and had a very good experience. Breakfast was very reasonably priced and was quite nicely prepared. Eggs were especially nicely cooked as were my American fries. My wife, who often doesn't get here hash browns crispy enough was very happy!...More
My husband and I are here on vacation and were really looking forward to a great whitefish dinner. We got the fried whitefish dinner with baked potatoes. The potatoes may have been hot sometime that afternoon as well as the fish may have been crispy...More
If you're looking for a decent meal at a fair price you'd be satisfied with a stop at the Bear Trap. The pizza is pretty good and the burgers filling. It is a mom and pop type truck stop greasy menu but if you're not...More
Stopped here for lunch after hiking at Pictured Rocks. Great selection of items and decent prices. Portions were large. I ordered the club and waffle fries. Fries were seasoned nicely and the club was wonderful. Turkey, ham, and thick cut bacon. Yum. My companion had...More
We shared 2 dinners, perch and chicken, deep fried and lightly breaded. Full salad bar but it was almost empty. The waitress as good but this is a minimum 2 server place. The main floor was full the stepup floor was not open. It's worth...More
The 4 of us ordered Pasties, as that is the claim to fame here! My daughter's was overflowing with meat, my wife's, mostly just potatoes. Needless to say my wife was disappointed. Service was great, our server was wonderful.
We stopped here for breakfast while camping in this area. The decor is tastefully rustic. The service was superior, very nice and friendly and helpful with suggestions about things to see and do. We had an omelet and hash browns. I always order hash browns...More
Had to share pasties with my daughters while spending a few days in the U.P. Food was good, service was great. What's a pasty? It's meat, potatoes, carrots, etc. wrapped in a pie crust type pouch. The story goes that this is the food that...More