Part of the Flint/Tri-Cities area in Michigan, Saginaw is a small city with unique attractions, including a French-style castle, originally built as a post office and now home to the the local historical society. The city also has its own island park sitting in the middle of Saginaw River, a popular destination for picnics and fireworks. The Japanese Cultural Center, built in conjunction with Saginaw's sister city, Tokushima, features an tea house where authentic tea ceremonies are performed.
Things to do in Saginaw
5 based on 146 reviews
Seems like there is always a line, but never takes too long! Sandwich makers always friendly, always quick!
4.5 based on 201 reviews
Full service bar and restaurant with an adjoining banquet center. Family friendly with large portion sizes and fresh hand cut steaks.
If you love bacon.... you must try their 50/50 beef and bacon burger. Not only do they going the bacon with the burger before they cook it, they top it with a few slices too. I think I have found my favorite burger in Saginaw!!...MoreVery informative, thanks so much for the feedback!
4.5 based on 92 reviews
This is a super place to eat for lunch. It is a deli so you order at the counter and then it is served to you. Fresh, reasonably priced, lots of variety, nice atmosphere. If I am in Saginaw again, I will stop and try a sandwich. The Greek salad was very good and a decent portion to fill ones tummy. I highly recommend it and am glad I was able to stop in and try lunch with friends.
4 based on 276 reviews
"An elevated dining experience for any occasion." Hand-Pattied Burgers • Chicken, Steaks & Fish • Salads & Pasta • Martinis • 27 Degree Draft Beers • Frozen Drinks • Full Bar • Brunch
First of all we received excellent customer service by our server, Courtney. I teach Customer Service training and I could write a case study about Courtney. Super friendly. Helpful with making our selections. Always kept our drinks full. She exceeded our expectations as a server. Any request we had was met with a, “Yes, of course.” I had the Thai Glazed Salmon and my wife had Smothered Chicken, and we kicked it off with the Bruschetta, which was amazing. All in all, we had a great experience. We highly recommend this restaurant.
4.5 based on 101 reviews
Seven adults came here for dinner and found a wide variety of menu items for reasonable prices. Meals included the salad bar with its many mixed salad options including red potato salad, beans, rice salad and more. I had one of the special items for that night which was flank steak with fresh sautéed mushrooms and potato of choice and a bourbon gravy. Meat was done medium rare to my liking and was mostly tender. Three had fish and chips which was deep fried cod and crispy, though a bit greasy. French onion soup had a nice broiled cheese topping. Overall this was a good place for a group to choose food to their taste and most items were under $15.00. There is a senior menu as well! There was also some live music in another room and the accordion player came to celebrate a birthday at the next table.
4.5 based on 65 reviews
Excellent family owned restaurant. Small little unpretentious store front in Old Town Saginaw. But a GREAT find! Flavorful food, all made fresh. The egg drop soup, spring rolls and crab rangoon were the some of the best I have tasted. We shared an order of orange chicken and it actually tasted like orange! Excellent. Friendly waitstaff, parking on the street or nearby lots. This area of Saginaw is making a quiet comeback, with condos and brewpubs and small restaurants. We went at 5:00 pm on Saturday night and by 6:30 the place was packed.
4 based on 141 reviews
Nice atmosphere. Ate on the patio, which was nice, but of course some street noise since the restaurant is on a corner. Caesar salad included with meal was nice and crisp. Dressing was tasty. I had the shrimp and artichoke pasta in a Parmesan cream sauce. Enjoyed that very much. Fresh bread brought to the table. Will be back.
4.5 based on 48 reviews
Although I normally don't drink soda, this is the only place I will have one--their root beer is out of this world. I love their coney dogs, too. I think they are Koegel dogs and their sauce is a tomato meat-sauce. Very good! It's fun to have them serve you in your car on a nice day, otherwise, I go inside.
4.5 based on 101 reviews
May 16, 2017 we were driving to Grayling, MI and knew we had to have dinner in Saginaw. My wife agreed to my hankering for BBQ. Seated right away. She ordered the Cedar Plank Salmon for $14.99 and upgraded to a side salad for $1.99. She enjoyed every bite of the salmon. I had the Texas Brisket Dinner ($14.99) with Corn and Broccoli. Brisket was lean and very good. Our waiter was Bruce, who was helpful with the menu and took good care of us.
4.5 based on 113 reviews
The food here is generally tasty. I find the lunch specials to be of good value (soup, egg roll or crab cheese, entree and rice for around $8). I've enjoyed the Mongolian beef and Pepper Steak in the past.
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