The Bavarian Inn Restaurant is easily one of the best restaurants in town and regulars will swear by it. Located opposite to the popular Zehnder's of Frankenmuth, this joint sports an awesome Bavarian look, complete with waitresses in traditional German barmaid attire! The food here is delicious, to say the least, with all-you-can-eat menus, where the hero is clearly their delectable fried chicken. The place also houses a bakery where you'll find yummy baked goodies. At prices so affordable, you'll forget counting calories, so just dig into the scrumptious Bavarian chicken!
Located on South Main Street, Zehnder's Restaurant in Frankenmuth is one of the largest restaurants in Michigan. This award-winning family restaurant is known for its buffet style chicken dinners, steaks, seafood, pastries, and German desserts. Everything on their menu is made from scratch and can be tailored according to your dietary needs. Open all through the week, it can comfortable seat up to 1500 guests at a time and annually sees about a million hungry patrons for lunch and dinner.
Michigan's oldest brewery, the Frankenmuth Brewery was established in 1862. The brewery has won several awards and medals in prestigious beer championships for its smooth and delicious brews. You'll be hard pressed to find better brews in Michigan than what are available at this historic brewery. They offer guided tours where visitors can witness the making process of their favorite ales and lagers. After an informative tour, visitors can have a hearty meal at the brewery's in-house restaurant.
Gorge on sensational burgers at one of the city's oldest fast food places. Halo Burger was established in 1923 and has been one of the city's favorites since. It's location in Vernor's Ginger Ale building opened in 1951, and was the second to open in what is now, a flourishing chain all over the state. Menu favorites include the Beefy Double Burger as well as the Supreme Burger. The selection of sides to go with your burgers include fries, onion rings and cheese sticks. Wash it all down with the delicious shakes, coffee or fountain drinks. The original features of the historical building create an elegant atmosphere inside. Check website for more.
This barbeque restaurant located in Clarkston packs a big reputation. Featured nationwide in publications and on television, the woodshop uses an authentic smoker to cook its meats until they're just perfect. The menu isn't just your grandpa's BBQ, however. Innovative items include the pizzas and fish, among all the traditional favorites like ribs, brisket and sausage among others, all with a choice of seven different sauces. Don't miss out on one of their desserts like their seasonal cobbler. If you're lucky, you might spot Detroit-native singing sensation Kid Rock as you take a bite of your smoked meats.
Chubby Duck is the restaurant to enjoy a variety of flavors. The restaurant serves appetizing global street food and sushi delicacies with a twist.