Stopped here on our way home from Lansing. My sister and I both got half of a club and cup of soup for $9.00. We both got Soup of the day which was Hungarian Mushroom. It was delicious, thick and flavorful. I asked if my...More
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The history of the building is on the back of the menu. Interesting. You can ask for a vegetarian or gluten free menu, which is very nice. Now they need a vegan menu! I had a Chocolate Martini. Fried green tomato sandwich with mashed potatoes....More
We stopped here for an early dinner after an afternoon of antique store shopping. The main dining area had a 30 min wait which was fine. The hostess invited us to sit at the bar or "casual " dining area ( high top tables and...More
We found this place while visiting the area. Their home-made drinks were amazing. I had the gluten-free pizza and it was delicious.
A group of four of us walked the small city street along Grand River with plans to stop in for a cocktail or two (or three). The place is full of energy but sooo loud that we didn't take the comfy lounge chairs near the...More
109 hasn't been around all that long but it's become one of our 3 fall-back spots- you know, when you want to go out but don't have anything specific in mind, but there are a couple of places where you feel comfortable, the food is...More
Went here on Friday night with another couple who dine here often and are very selective about where they eat. We are from near Grand Rapids and will definitely visit again. Pear pizza out of this world, beautiful salads... do wish they made their own...More
the meal was ok but nothing special. It was more of a laid back atmosphere. More like a town bar than a restaurant.