Whitehall is a city in Muskegon County in the U.S. state of Michigan. The population was 2,706 at the 2010 census. The city is located in the southwest corner of Whitehall Township. Montague is its neighbor.
Things to do in Whitehall
5 based on 66 reviews
We were headed back to Pentwater. We stopped and are so glad that we did!!!! I had a peanut butter, apple slice , mozzarella sandwich- OMG FABULOUS !!!! Plus of course I ordered homemade cornbread with butter and honey. Heaven!!!!
My husband had 2 HUGE hot dogs with chili that he ate with a fork plus a strawberry shake!!
Love the atmosphere and the 2 gals that run it!!!
We will RETURN!!
4.5 based on 174 reviews
Our favorite place to visit when Whitehall, beautiful patio with enough tables for anyone that wants to enjoy it, nice tables inside if the weather is not rite. The staff is always happy, efficient and fast and the old time Soda Fountain is a great way to finish off a fantastic experience. Enjoy!
4 based on 14 reviews
Enjoyed a brief stop for ice cream while passing through town. They had a nice variety and were willing to give baby cones to adults. (Not all places are good with that.) Pricing seemed inconsistent - some things, like specialty sundaes, seemed pretty high while others, like regular cones, were more in line with most summer ice cream places. Good sized portions.
4.5 based on 75 reviews
What could be better than browsing bestsellers, glass in hand while listening to Celtic harp and fiddle? Not much, I say. It's a fun, little shop with comfortable seating, a fireplace for winter nights, pretty good sandwiches and baked goods, yummy coffee concoction and interesting events most nights. You can find your books, hear some nice music and relax in a comfy cushy sofa with a full tummy. Always a nice getaway and feels like being on vacation in the small town of Montague. Charming.
4 based on 2 reviews
Great little spot to grab some good coffee and light snacks. The staff were friendly, polite and the coffee was very welcoming after a lengthy drive :-)
4.5 based on 24 reviews
Stopped by looking for a fruit smoothie but settled for the fat free, sugar free frozen yogurt in a cup. Excellent butter pecan although would have been better with nuts (not available as this was soft serve).
4.5 based on 56 reviews
For a rainy Friday crowd, this place was absolutely hopping. It was nice to see the family friendly atmosphere, but with a lot of the tables occupied by families playing games, there were few seats left for patrons who wanted to sample the beers. The front room, back room, and upstairs were all filled and only two bartenders to serve the entire crowd, service was lacking. The beers were very good, but I would have loved a couple of more unique choices. That being said, I would go back for the beer.
4 based on 123 reviews
I was a little leery of this place when we pulled in. It is a 50's style diner where you order at your car. I was pleasantly surprised by the quality of the food. We are talking hot dogs and diner food, but it was good! The view was very nice with the water right there. We watched kayaks and fisherman while we ate our lunch.
4 based on 151 reviews
Crosswinds Marine Service Owner. Opened May 2012
Biggest problem is we were seated too soon. Loved the view and friendly atmosphere. Grilled tomato could have used a sprinkle of cheese. Fish was tasty and well prepared. Friendly and efficient waitress
4 based on 43 reviews
A family-owned restaurant established in 1971, specializes in Italian and American cuisine. Serves breakfast, lunch and dinner.
After staying at the Weathervane, and before a round of golf, we found Villa Venafro from an on line review. We were NOT disappointed! Homemade and generous portions ( but not too generous) Service was friendly and attentive to our coffee needs :-)
If we are ever in the area for lunch or dinner, the menu and the bar area look promising!! We will return!
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