Find out what Seafood restaurants to try in Muskegon. Muskegon, Michigan, built on the fur and lumber trade, is now a calm vacation spot on Lake Michigan, calling itself "The Riviera of the Midwest." Sunbathe on several beautiful beaches along Lake Michigan, including Pere Marquette Beach, a certified Great Lakes "clean beach." Muskegon State Park provides hiking and camping opportunities in the summer, and ice skating, cross-country skiing and even a luge track in the winter. The city is also home to Michigan's Adventure Amusement Park.
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4 based on 47 reviews
Wonderful dinner. Great service. Restaurant was very clean. Started with the lobster artichoke dip. Excellent. The side Caesar was also excellent. Entree was with scallops, shrimp, green lipped mussels and langastino lobsters over linguine. Outstanding. Loved our meal.
4 based on 174 reviews
Went there for our anniversary on a very busy night. Wait wasnât bad and were able to sit outside and have drinks during our wait. Unfortunately the good experience ended there. We both ordered fish...whitefish and mahi mahi. They came out dry and very overcooked. The waiter was nowhere to be found to assist, finally showed up and tried to help...said he would get the manager, But manager never came over. Offered to recook. Second try slightly less overcooked, but terrible. Clearly used frozen fish. Donât recommend...or stick to drinks and bar food...maybe they wonât mess that up!
4 based on 25 reviews
Authentic 1950's drive-in restaurant fully restored to better than new. We strive to keep the "flavor of the 50's" alive and available to future generations. We appreciate those who help us accomplish, and the family owned establishment has been in the Do
My hubby wanted a growler of root beer so we stopped in to get one on our way to the Getty drive in didn't get food this time but you can order inside from booths or counter or from ur car at this dog n suds!
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