Find out what Pub restaurants to try in Ludington. Ludington /ˈlʌdiŋtən/ is a city in the state of Michigan. As of the 2010 census, the city population was 8,076. It is the county seat of Mason County.
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3 based on 81 reviews
We are open 12 noon every day. Timbers is something for everyone, enjoy indoor or outdoor dining on our two-story deck overlooking Lake Mi Marina, casual or upscale menu selections in a classy Gastro Pub atmosphere. Timbers feature hand-cut steaks, severa
Describing this restaurant as a gastropub is a stretch. Thatâs how the ads in the visitorâs guide (and their website) describe Timbers. The best thing about this place are the ads... The menu is pretentious, which would be fine if the food could live up to it! Ribeyes on the menu come as a sirloin on the plate. Risotto is actually sticky rice pilaf and the chefs dip was nothing more than a powder dip mix in sour cream served with boxed club crackers. It certainly wasnât the worst meal Iâve ever had, if Iâd paid maybe 1/2 as much for it, but a gastropub this is not. Do yourself a favor- walk a couple more blocks (and cross the street) for some awesome food for the same- or less- money!
The bar is a local spot. The atmosphere is very is not fancy, but the food is great. I have never had anything there that I didn't enjoy!
3 based on 18 reviews
Been there 2 times in the last month. It was so busy on a Thursday night that we finally gave up and left. Tried to get drink at the bar, essentially ignored, (while waiting on latecomers), never acknowledged, finally gave up and left. Went back a month or so later, food was fair, service fair, still disappointed in the whole experience. We are locals and love to support our local businesses, but have to say we will not be back. Give the Sportsman's a try in downtown Ludington. Consistently good food, good service, good prices. GOOD PIZZA!
4 based on 61 reviews
The burgers are great but the steak is even better!! Make sure the owner (the guy with the beard) cooks your steak because he makes it PERFECT!!! Love the fries too. The fish isn't great so avoid that. The service could be better, but for a smaller place I can't really complain too much. It's our go to place for steak in town.
4 based on 62 reviews
Yes, it is a chain and most are all alike, however, this one had the best service ever. It was very refreshing to have service from a staff that cares about their customers. The food is always consistent but the service is not. After complimenting the manager about our server, I found out that was the server's first week on her own. She obviously was very well trained. Cudos to Nicole, her manager and trainer!
4 based on 125 reviews
At Ludington Bay Brewing Co., we believe in the power of a good beer. We know beer can bring communities together, so we created a place where people can share memorable experiences over a well-poured pint. We brew all our beer in Ludington, right here on
We made an âOpen Table â reservation as we were docking at the S.S. Badger trip across Lake Michigan. They offer a variety of food (see menu). We wanted to try two different pizzas (What a Dill & Crab Rangoon). Unfortunately they do not offer splitting a pizza as many other places do. This would be a smart addition to their pizza offering.
4 based on 247 reviews
Having had a fun visit here for the first time NYE, we returned this summer for drinks and dinner . . . twice. Undergoing some construction, but still a fun place for dinner and drinks. Staff are always nice. Price of drinks seem lower priced than elsewhere, with Moscow Mules $5.50 rather than the $8 - 9.50 at other places. Appears to be a place favored by locals, which is always a good sign! Right on main drag in downtown Ludington shopping area.
4 based on 93 reviews
I'm most inclined to go to the Mitten on alternating Tuesdays when Mike Lenich organizes an acoustic song circle on the stage. If that sounds fun to you, (if you play, join them) you like craft beer and tasty food, by all means go to the Mitten!
4 based on 102 reviews
Bowl ($6.99 base price) with pulled chicken ($2.49) all of the free toppings and avocado with sriracha sauce. I ordered the nachos ($7.99 base price) with pulled chicken, all the free stuff, plus guacamole ($.79), cheese sauce ($.99) and sour cream ($.49) adds. Don't think the guacamole is made in house since the waitress wasn't sure if it was, but wanted some with my nachos. The tops of both the barrel aged sriracha and Zach's hot sauce were so sticky and left residual sauce on my fingers as I tried to open either of them, nasty. Our waitress with the purple highlights in her hair appears to be new, she didn't know if their guacamole was fresh and if they had Dos Equis beer or not, she took a bit to put in our order even though we had ordered about 5 minutes or so before. My husband had a blueberry crush beer, on draft, it was decent. The barrel aged sriracha was tasty, doesn't taste like the standard sriracha of course, but still good. Zach's sauce wasn't my favorite. The bowl was on the small size, the nacho came on a long rectangular plate and would have been enough for two of us to eat. My husband helped me with my nachos since it was too much to eat alone and it was piled high and smothered and covered with toppings, leaving little nachos exposed. There was a lot of yummy pulled chicken and I am happy to report the guacamole appears and tastes house made fresh. The nacho dish was longer than my forearm. The nacho meal was more bang for the buck over the bowl for the amount of food and toppings on the nachos versus content in the small bowl. Do beware the tables on the sides aren't clean, my jacket cleaned off some residual sauce from the side of the table. Argh.
4 based on 860 reviews
Great craft beers and nice friendly staff. The food was good not great. Beer cheese soup was like paste it needed more flavor and more liquid. Cottage pie would be better with fresh vegetables. Salads were good. Stick to pub grub
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