Find out what Pub restaurants to try in Freeland. Freeland is an unincorporated community in Tittabawassee Township, Saginaw County of the U.S. state of Michigan. It is also a census-designated place (CDP) for statistical purposes and without any legal status as an incorporated municipality. As of the 2000 census, the CDP population was 5,147. The CDP covers an area in the central portion of Tittabawassee Township. The Freeland post office, ZIP code 48623, serves nearly the entire township, as well as portions of Midland and Williams townships to the north, Frankenlust and Kochville townships to the east, Thomas and Richland townships to the south, and Ingersoll Township to the west.
Things to do in Freeland
4 based on 32 reviews
First both salads had rotted greens in them.DisgustingReplaced by managerSecond salad had rotted greens as well!Un deveined shrimp ..... yuckWon't be coming back here.Under quality food just is not acceptable.
4 based on 107 reviews
I have been coming here since this place has opened and in the last 6 months service has really went downhill. Almost all of the regular waitstaff has left for other opportunities and their replacements are not near a good. In my last 2 visits I have had issues. In the first visit the waiter forgot our food order totally. We came in as usual and each of us ordered a flight. We also ordered a meal to split. After our first flight was finished we ordered another one as we were still waiting on the food. We had to track down our waiter to get the 2nd flight and he said the food would be out shortly when asked. We were still drinking our 2nd flight and he just laid down the check on our table, it wasn't a busy night when he did that. I asked about our food and he said he forgot to put it in and then just walked away. He came back a few minutes later, as we were still drinking and wanted us to pay. I paid and asked if a manager was in and was told there was not. That was in late July, early August. We went in a few days ago in October and while the service was better than the last, as we actually got our food, but our waitress still was not that friendly and couldn't actually recommend any of the beers on tap as she wasn't sure exactly what they had. In the past the nice blond haired waiter would always recommend beers on tap for us to try. It is a shame that he is no longer there and has moved on to a major beer distributor job. I did get to try the new Chicken Pizza Panini, which is a good addition to the menu.
4 based on 27 reviews
Place has just changed hands and things are looking up with some improvements on the building. Really seems to be the neighborhood bar. Lots of locals coming in reminded me of Cheers, the show. Our first time there found the waitress Lori really friendly and helpful. Reuben sandwich was very good, actually could see the layers of cheese, sauerkraut and corn beef! Hubby said the burger was good, not great. Will go back again.
4 based on 25 reviews
We went two times and We wonât be back. First time waited 65 minutes for our food,others seated after us were already finished eating. Second time ordered Nachos no green peppers came with green peppers. Ask for new ones when they came back they were green peppers free but they forgot the ground beef.... please, throwing Nacho on a plate isnât rocket science .they gave us one free meal but we left it on the table..
4 based on 31 reviews
This was recommended by the hotel we were staying at and we were a little leery about trying a bowling alley restaurant. It's a sports bar feel with good pub grub. I don't get the Alaskan theme, but there is a good selection of food and drinks. Even my veggie eating daughter was able to find something. We enjoyed the burgers, wraps, sandwiches, pizza and apps.Staff was efficient and friendly.
4 based on 45 reviews
Me and my wife have passed through Auburn so many times but never had the chance to stop at Oâs. One lazy Sunday we had a chance to. Boneless and Bone in wings were on special for 55 cents each. We got 13 Parmesan garlic and 13 Buffalo boneless wings. The place was pretty busy for a Sunday. The workers were doing a very good job with keeping up with everyone tho. Drinks were taken care of promptly. Our food came out rather fast I thought for how many people were there. 12 minutes or so. The garlic Parmesan has a great flavor and the Buffalo was just the right amount of heat while still obtaining a good flavor. Both orders had a real nice light batter and a good crunch to them. We had to ask for ranch and some celery to go with them. One thing I really loved about Oâs is they didnât nickel and dime you to death on your bill. Two ranch dipping sauces and a hefty amount of the crispest celery I have ever had was free. Thatâs how it should be if Iâm ordering wings. But so many places charge you for every tiny extra thing now days. I appreciate finding a place that doesnât do that. Katie W was our waitress. She did an excellent job. Very attentive with a positive attitude. Friendly girl. She mentioned that she was newer towards the end of our meal. I was surprised to hear that. She already seemed like a veteran. Great service, good food, and a clean inviting atmosphere already has us planning our next visit.
3 based on 18 reviews
The atmosphere is great. The service was excellent. I ordered a Philly steak, fried, and boneless chicken dipped in sweet chili. The only downside were the fries were slightly over cooked. Our order was:Philly Steak Grinder /w FriesPretzel Sticks with Pub CheeseBoneless Chicken Wings in Sweet Chili sauceWestern Burger /w FriesDiet CokeGrand Total: $38
4 based on 19 reviews
Remember the TV show, "Cheers"? That is what The Log Cabin provides. A place where "everybody knows your name, and their always glad you came". This is good food, good fun and good fellowship. Whether you want to meet friends, watch the game on big screen TV, or just chillax, The Log Cabin is the place to go. Hope to see you there. Maybe for Trivia Night, or a family gathering, you will have good food in a relaxing atmosphere.
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