Discover Restaurants offering the best Bar food in Temperance, Michigan, United States. Temperance is an unincorporated community in Bedford Township, Monroe County in the U.S. state of Michigan. It is a census-designated place (CDP) for statistical purposes. The population was 8,517 at the 2010 census. The Temperance ZIP code, 48182, serves most of Bedford Township outside of the Lambertville area, as well as portions of western Erie Township, southern Ida Township, and northeast Whiteford Township. Temperance was established as Bedford Center in 1859. On December 8, 1884, a post office was established at Bedford Center and was named Temperance with Lewis Ansted as the first postmaster. The name "Temperance" was suggested by the wife of one of the founding land owners, who was a member of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union. A petition was circulated and the name Bedford Center was changed to Temperance. During the early years of Temperance, the sale and consumption of alcoholic beverages was prohibited.
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4 based on 20 reviews
We love this place for the burgers although the last time we went I was disappointed that they changed from offering Ballreich chips to some crap name chip product. The waitress said I could buy a bag of Ballreich but that defeats the purpose of chips with my burger. I love Ballreich chips. We will probably still go back but not get the chips. I guess I am too fussy about my chips.
3 based on 31 reviews
We gave this Applebee's 3 chances. The restaurant is dirty. The window sills aren't cleaned. Dead bugs, dust. There were 4 tables of people one day when we arrived. No line when we walked in. We waited 10 minutes then left. Not a server or manager in sight, numerous empty dirty tables/dishes. All 3 visits were terrible.The one on Monroe street is MUCH better all the way around. This one is 2 miles from our house. Monroe street one is much farther, but we will never go to the Alexis one again.
4 based on 24 reviews
Had lunch there with a child. The kids meal choices were plentiful. Settled on a hamburger, fries, applesauce. Generous sized drink and the child ate it all. I had the taco special and tried both a hard and soft. Both were good, a few chips would've been nice to use up the salsa. Had the large margarita $2 special. Very flavorful, little alcohol (lunch, so it was fine with me). The service was good, atmosphere was fine (sports bar) and it was obvious that the folks in there were locals/workers out to lunch. They appeared to have a large menu. Would consider going back.
3 based on 59 reviews
We frequently shop in this area of Lambertville and this Quimby's location is a frequent stop for lunch or early dinner. Their sandwich selections and entrees are top notch, as is the service. This is a short list selection of craft beers that often rotate. The French dip sandwich is always excellent. Salmon doesn't appear on the lunch menu, but they will prepare it upon request, without the availability of the starch selections at dinner. This is a pleasant gathering place for locals and travelers (US 23 that runs between Toledo and Ann Arbor is about 3 miles from this location). It is not EZ on/EZ off, but well worth the extra minutes!
4 based on 378 reviews
W the reviews and from locals we went to Shorty's. The cornbread was absolutely amazing..my mom said it was like corn poundcake..and that's complementary..but if u have 3 or 4 ppl get the half sampler..it comes w everything..ribs, chicken, pulled pork, brisket..beans (oh beans w bbq pork in it..omg) fries and Mac. The food came out quick and the best darn bbq I've ever tried in Toledo
4 based on 42 reviews
Hubby had the special open faced steak sandwich and I got the 1/2 lb hamburger nothing spectacular about the meal the service was good. We did enjoy the French onion soup. The onion rings were a little limp next time I'll ask for well done. Prices are reasonable
4 based on 18 reviews
We went here with a group of people and all said they would not go back. We ordered the wings which were the special and when they came out we were shocked. They were the smallest tiny bird wings we had ever seen and for 75 cents a piece, a tiny plate was $9. They were like "wing dings" but even smaller. This place won't stay open if they keep serving them. There are other places in town way better.
4 based on 49 reviews
Grandkids are always ready for Sidelines discount wings. Easy to go thru 30 or 40 as an after school snack. Meaty and moist. Better than most st a lot less cost.
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