Romeo is a village in Macomb County in the U.S. state of Michigan. The population was 3,596 at the 2010 census. The village is situated at the southeast corner of Bruce Township, with a portion extending south into Washington Township. Armada Township is adjacent to the east and Ray Township to the southeast. Romeo is located on the rural-urban fringe of the Detroit metropolitan area, and many of its residents commute to jobs closer to the city.
Restaurants in Romeo
4.5 based on 210 reviews
One of the best State parks in Southern Michigan. Has a beautiful lake for boating and swimming. Many hiking trails throughout the park and plenty of parking. The place is so big it never feels over crowded with people. Lots of wildlife roaming the trails area also. Great family place.
4 based on 31 reviews
We recently held a wedding at the Buhl Estate on the Addison Oaks grounds. Everyone who helped us plan and execute the day was outstanding...helpful, knowledgable, patient, customer-service oriented. The grounds are beautiful, and the garden is an outstanding venue for a wedding. The food is outstanding, and the service is impeccable. Large and small banquet rooms are available; smaller suitable for anniversary and birthday parties, showers, etc.
4.5 based on 6 reviews
Twin Lakes is a great place to golf with friends. The course is well maintained and all of the trees/wooded areas give you that up-north feel. Prices are reasonable and there is a huge clubhouse with a grill (restaurant), pool and tennis. I've also been there for several weddings - they do a great job and the food has always been good.
4.5 based on 13 reviews
If you are looking for a place to get away from the hustle and bustle of life than Wolcott Mill is it. If you go there on a weekday you can stroll through Wolcott and enjoy the beautiful country setting. There is also Farm Animals that you can look at or just sit on one of the bench's to unwind.
4.5 based on 162 reviews
Yates is one of the oldest, continually running businesses in Michigan. Come for a visit and be a part of what has made Yates Cider Mill a destination for generations.
I like going here because it is not far to travel to and it can be group family outing. The only thing that if your allergic to yellow jacket bee stings need to be aware.
4.5 based on 38 reviews
We attended the yearly lavender festival and had a great time. The smell of fresh lavender was everywhere. So many lavender products from soaps, oils, and beautiful lavender arrangements. There was plenty of fun for our grandchildren too. A petting farm, archery, face painting, and lots more. There was lots of crafts too with about 50 vendors displaying there creativity. This also is a cider mill so,plenty of donuts, pies, and goodies were available including lavender brownies, lavender tea, lavender ice cream, etc. We will definitely attend it again next year. Loads of fun.
4 based on 50 reviews
Westview Orchards now encompasses 188 acres of fruit trees and crops, including apples, peaches, cherries, pears, plums, nectarines, strawberries, tomatoes, asparagus, super sweet corn, 5 varieties of squash, pie and carving pumpkins. Throughout the years, Westview Orchards has evolved from a simple farm to an Amazing 18 Acres of Farm Fun, Winery, and Fabulous Food. During your visit to Westview Orchards, stock up on homegrown fruits and farm fresh vegetables. Sample fresh apple cider from the state-of-the-art Cider Mill and taste homemade confections from our bakery. Visit and pet the variety of farm animals at our petting farm. Challenge yourself, in one of our 7 acre corn mazes, play like a kid in the Kidz Korner playground. Seasonally pick Strawberries, Cherries, Apples and Pumpkins, or just sit back and enjoy a cozy wagon ride through the picturesque orchard. We invite everyone to visit Westview Orchards for a memorable day of outdoor fun. See firsthand the dedication of the 6th generation and staff, whose goal is to bring guests the highest quality fruits and vegetables, as well as a place where old fashioned values and fun are still part of the traditions. MAEAP: Michigan Agriculture Environmental Assurance Program Westview earned MAEAP verification from the Michigan Department of Agriculture in 2009 after a two year long process. What does this mean? MAEAP is a partnership effort that aims to protect natural resources and build positive communities by counseling Michigan farmers that operate farms of all sizes and all commodities on environmentally responsible agricultural production practices. To become MAEAP-verified, farmers must complete three comprehensive steps: educational seminars, a thorough on-farm risk assessment, and development and implementation of an action plan addressing potential environmental risks. To retain MAEAP verification status, a farm must repeat all three steps including MDA inspection every three years. Westview has always understood the importance of being good stewards of the land. Working with Michigan State University in 1980, Westview Orchards began implementing the principles of Integrated Pest Management (IPM) using insect traps to monitor problem insects, and computerized weather stations to predict crop infestations. The family also implemented new planting configurations to include insect "repellent" techniques after MSU conducted research at Westview. In 1994, the family farm was recognized by the county soil conservation district as Macomb County's "Conservation Farm of the Year" for their IPM practices, use of special "prescribed" orchard grasses that reduce soil erosion on the orchard's hills, implementing trickle irrigation throughout the orchards and participating in on-going MSU research to reduce their use of materials.
We love going to Westview every fall! Our entire family has so much fun picking apples, going to the petting zoo, exploring the shop and playing in the large play areas. The tractor ride is a lot of fun!
I highly recommend making the trip here in the fall. It will be a day full of fun memories!
4.5 based on 169 reviews
Our first time to Emagine. Took grandkids to see a Christmas movie. I thought the loud volume would bother them but they were mesmerized the entire time. Loved the power recliners. Although we didn’t partake you can get cocktails
and meals while you are there. Was very clean and easy to find your way around. Wish they had had two cashiers selling tickets because the people in front of us were trying to cash in points or something that took five minutes easily. Still made it to the show on time so no big deal.
5 based on 104 reviews
This trail runs from north side Rochester across to Lake Orion and paralell with Orion street. Its a well paved road (sand) where running and bicyckling is easy.
When you run from Lake Orion to Rochester, walk through Rochester and connect to Clinton River Trail. This brings you west to Auburn Hills and beyond.
5 based on 1 reviews
We went to film at this orchard and the staff was very helpful and friendly. We picked apples in the orchard and also bought some to make apple sauce with. The variety of apples they sell is great.
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