Algonac in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Takeout. Discover best restaurants in Algonac with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
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4.5 based on 60 reviews
We have been here quite a few times and just love the atmosphere. It is a smaller venue so making a reservation is recommended especially during busier months. They do a lot of wine parties upstairs and when they let out the restaurant will get very busy. The perch dinner is the best around. It is literally an old school house turned into a restaurant and we always enjoy the ferry ride.
4.5 based on 238 reviews
My wife and I chose to eat at The Fish Company after learning about.the restaurant from friends and family members Across the street from the restaurant is the beautiful St. Clair River and home to great walleye and perch fishing which are local restaurant favorites. We met friends there who live in town. Fish Company has casusl dining and is very popular. Seating can be a problem so make reservations. The staff was great, fast and friendly. We each had "all you can eat walleye" with cheese mashed potatoes, coleslaw and bread. The meal was delicious and inexpensive. I highly recommend it.
4 based on 68 reviews
At Bobby Mac's Bayside, we're proud to be a family favorite for great food, great views, & a fun casual waterfront atmosphere with beautiful views of Lake St. Clair you can enjoy from any seat in the restaurant! You'll love our full menu, which features selections for many different appetites. Unique appetizers and slow-brewed soups for starters, then move onto our premium seafood entrees! At Bayside, we understand that superb food quality must be accompanied by efficient, friendly service. The key to our continued success will always be driven by great food and great people! Join us on our dockside patio for live entertainment and sunsets during the summertime or warm up inside by our large stone fireplace in the winter! No matter what time of year it is, you are sure to enjoy the warm comfortable and casual atmosphere here at Bobby Mac's Bayside.
We had a large group (30) who met for dinner & live music on a frigid (-4 F) New Year's Eve. Lively atmosphere, great drinks, & good food. The battered perch, French onion soup, salads, prime rib, & chicken dinners were all delicious! Located right on Lake St. Clair, this restaurant gets two thumbs up!
4.5 based on 79 reviews
This bar restaurant has great food at reasonable prices. The atmosphere is great showing pictures of the old Chris craft plant and has a lot of Chris craft memorabilia. The grilled pork chop is my favorite it is like eating a steak. Seafood entries are also very good.
4.5 based on 11 reviews
We have stopped here several times on a tall ship just to get Dairy Queen from this location. Always fast and friendly service, beautiful park across the street with view of the river and boats. Fridays (as far as I know) the special is any royal treat for $2.95. Certainly a great deal!
4.5 based on 33 reviews
Located in downtown historic Marine City, overlooking the St. Clair River, The Sweet Tooth is a unique old-fashioned candy store with a twist here and there. Visiting The Sweet Tooth is a feast for all of the senses with its delicious handmade sweets and gorgeous window displays. Featuring nostalgic candy from the early 1900's to the 1970's, with a wall of assorted bulk candies from the past to the present that will delight all ages from young to old. The Sweet Tooth also offers sugar-free ice cream, candy and chocolate, and Taffy Town Gourmet Taffy. Plan your next birthday party at The Sweet Tooth. We have a fully decorated private room for the kiddos to enjoy pizza, beverages and decorating their own sweets! Grab a Michigan-made ice cream cone from Hudsonville Creamery and watch the freighters go by on our outdoor patio.
Delicious fresh chocolates, yummy ice cream, huge selection of candies (including quite a few old fashioned candies you can't find everywhere). Todd and his staff are friendly and helpful. This is a MUST visit first when in Marine City, then enjoy the rest of town.
3.5 based on 51 reviews
Three seniors ordered perch sandwich and one ordered salmon dinner. We were all very happy with our food. Sandwich had 1/2 pound of lightly breaded perch. Coleslaw wasn't something we enjoyed. Too bitter and too many big chunks....not sweet at all. Generous portions of French fries which you have to order separate with sandwich...waitstaff was OK but??? Hygiene was questionable....runny nose and kept wiping it with her hands. Went out and smoked and not sure if hands washed when she came back in. Bathroom old but clean. Coffee was good
4.5 based on 115 reviews
Very nice setting, good food and a friendly staff. They have outside seating with a great river view. We will return. Reservation are excepted for inside seating only
4.5 based on 21 reviews
The restaurant is split between a more elegant dining room and a more casual bar. Michigan craft beers are available as well as a full bar. We split an antipasto salad and a small pizza and it was plenty. Very friendly service. They have boat tie ups along their wall off the canal. If coming by boat, it is quite a ways back from the North Channel.
3.5 based on 30 reviews
We arrived via boat. The docks are secure but covered in seagull crap. Make to where shoes, you have to walk across a stone parking lot. This place is a bar. They seem to known for their burgers so that is what we got....very good with plenty of selections and cooked the way you want. Don't expect to walk with any money...it is a little on the pricey side but for what you get well worth it.
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