Find out what Pub restaurants to try in Sawyer. Shorewood-Tower Hills-Harbert is a census-designated place (CDP) composed of several small unincorporated communities in Chikaming Township of Berrien County in the U.S. state of Michigan. The population was 1,344 at the 2010 census. The CDP is limited to Chikaming Township, although some of the communities extend into southern Lake Township. All of the communities are located either upon or just east of the dunes on the shore of Lake Michigan. Most of the communities lie west of Interstate 94, although the CDP includes a small area east of the freeway up to Sawyer.
Things to do in Sawyer
4 based on 96 reviews
This is a great tap room for a craft brewery. Frequented by locals, the beer is fresh and excellent quality, with a range of options available. The bartenders are very knowledgeable and willing to share their vast knowledge of their products. Great atmosphere, average food, well worth the stop.
4 based on 84 reviews
Established in 2015. Lake Street Eats was born out of our love for food, family, friends and Southwest Michigan. Located just north of Harbor Country at Exit 16 off I-94 in Bridgman, MI. We believe in giving you the best. Cooking with a variety of fresh a
We were impressed with the friendliness of the staff and especially our waitress. I had a bowl of lobster bisque; it was so good I'm still thinking about it. The fries are outstanding and the burgers are great. They have an area to eat outside as well. Will return when we pass through again.
4 based on 44 reviews
We stopped here for the first time and became amazed at the decor of this small bar/restaurant all dedicated to the Chicago Cubs.Then, we ordered Beef Barley Soup, BLT, Irish Nachos and a Caesar Salad...all pictured below. The pictures speak for themselves...what a fantastic lunch. Although they were too busy for me to inquire, it appears that all is made daily in their ample kitchen. The barley soup was served with a fork and spoon...i never ate this style soup but it was really tasty; the other Soup of the day was Hamburger Vegetable...it was a hard decision and I almost ordered both.The Irish nachos and the Caesar chicken salad were just simply excellent.The restaurant portion filled up very quickly so we were fortunate to arrive before 4PM.This is a must stop for me on any future trips between Detroit and Chicago on I-94. My travel companions said that we must stop again on our return trip to Chicago.
4 based on 64 reviews
We enjoy coming here in the summertime for the live music on Sundays and to chill in the outside area. It really reminds me of hanging out in my yard with the Adirondack chairs, kids & dogs running around, with music in the background. They have a good vegan pizza. Note - I am not vegan just lactose intolerant but it's a tasty option that doesn't have cheese on it. I've been here enough times to know the beers I like and I know they generally have the same ones over and over again, which to me makes a difference and they aren't sold out which happens a lot with the breweries in the area. They are a little different too in the fact they do charge higher prices but don't want you to tip. The beer pours are actually a little bigger than a normal pint, so I guess if I am getting a little more and don't have to tip, it all works out in the end.I've read that some people were turned off by how they are a little more "self serve" when it comes to the water and serving utensils. I never had issues with that though. Every time we've gone, someone greets us at the door and askes right away if we've been there before and they give you the appropriate amount of info from there. Pros:â¢ Great outdoor hang out areaâ¢ Dog-friendlyâ¢ Kid-friendly, good lord there's always LOTS of kids there. Good for when we bring the kids because they always find a way to make friends with other kids there and it makes it a little easier to enjoy a beerâ¢ Good vegan pizzaâ¢ Beer is consistent and drinkable Cons:â¢ There aren't too make kids meal options. I feel like it should be against the law to have a kids menu without chicken fingers on it. SERIOUSLY, they don't want a weird fire-stone hipster pizza, they want NUGS (or fingers) with ketchup, lots and lots of ketchupâ¢ "Community tables" aka picnic tables are for the birds. Not a fan.
4 based on 67 reviews
Our story begins in 1953, and throughout the years D'Agostino's has grown into the full service restaurant we are today. When our parents, Dominic and Louise D'Agostino first purchased the building, it served as a popular gas and food stop along US Highwa
Several people recommended this restaurant to us. Great suggestion. Our waitress Tilia was excellent. She had great suggestions. We all had something different and all pleased. The lasagna is fabulous. My husband had the PowWow burger and said it was great. Friends had walleye and prime rib. Wish we would have had room for dessert. Will definitely stop again when in the area.
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