Harrison Charter Township is a charter township and a census-designated place (CDP) of Macomb County in the U.S. state of Michigan. As of the 2000 census, the population was 24,461. The 2008 Census Bureau Estimate places the population at 26,004.
Things to do in Harrison Township
4.5 based on 142 reviews
This is our favorite date dinner. No it’s not romantic but the food is awesome. The restaurant is small and it’s common to have a long wait on weekends as they do not accept reservations. They also have a small bar to help with the wait. Trust me...the food and service is worth it.
4 based on 91 reviews
We have come from far and wide for my friend's bridal shower on Saturday. Friday night we gathered here for conversation, beverages and food. Bath City gave us plenty of space in the corner and we enjoyed ourselves. I had almond encrusted perch – a fish I haven't eaten in a long time – and it was delicious. I also observed that the hamburgers were delicious and I tasted a friend's sausage and mashed potatoes, which were yummy. The drink prices were modest – especially during the early evening happy hour. All together, I thought this was a winner.
5 based on 13 reviews
Historic ice creamery in Mt Clemens Yummy flavors galore As I said, not a drive through but definitely worth getting out of your car for a cone or more.
4.5 based on 219 reviews
Has been my go to restaurant since they opened over a decade ago. Chef Jeff B is outstanding and the family & team are great. Casual environment, 5 star food, 5 star service and wine selection. Catering experiences are of the same quality. Also, wine dinners and cooking class dinners are outstanding.
4.5 based on 7 reviews
its an ice cream place they also have a few sandwiches available, plus its seasonal as well but if your ever out on jefferson by metro beach its a great place to stop an for ice cream
4.5 based on 11 reviews
I love to take friends here for lunch, especially if it's a nice day and we can sit outside in the garden. The owner, Sharon, and waitress Linda knock themselves out to make sure everything is perfect. My favorite is the Hudson sandwich, a copy of the Hudson's Maurice salad but on bread (they also serve a Maurice salad). You never know what you'll find in the dessert counter. The soups are great too. Don't miss this little gem!
4 based on 219 reviews
Twisted Rooster is a unique casual dining concept with three locations in Grand Rapids, Belleville, and Chesterfield, Michigan. Each location is centered around their "Commit to the Mitt" philosophy- encompassing their locally sourced, scratch-made menu as well as their passion for community involvement.
This place has a nice atmosphere. The staff were attentive and friendly. Prices are reasonable. The Mac and cheese was delicious but the fish was bland, very little flavor. Not a bad place but we have now tried several menu items that were very disappointing.Hello, Thanks for letting us know about this experience. We will make sure our General Manager reaches out to you as soon as possible. If you would like please reply to https://go.reviewpush.com/i/5896826 with your preferred method of contact. Have a great day.
4.5 based on 79 reviews
Neighborhood and boater favorite, moderate prices and large portions, full bar service and carry out service. Open at 3:00 pm daily. County best seafood award winner 2014. Go to spot for fish & chips and creative seafood entrees, cut to order rib-eye steaks, ribs, pizza, salads and sandwiches.Fast casual service and atmosphere.
This is a local place that I really want to love. It’s right across the street from the river and there is a small outside seating area. The menu is good but the prices are a bit off considering the portions, quality, and service. Maybe this was an off day and we will certainly try again but there are other good choices in the area that haven’t let us down yet.
4 based on 47 reviews
From the start - an old firehouse repurposed. You pretty much can get better than that! The restored firehouse façade out front is excellent, and sets the tone for the whole place. The inside is very tastefully decorated with fire memorabilia, and lots and lots of pictures. I particularly like the fire department shield lit up and mega-sized in the dining area!
The menu was varied, and looked fantastic. I ended up with a large salad (the engine house), complete with lots of walnuts, and a large portion of chicken. The salad was very large, and I thought reasonably priced for it's size. The salad was very fresh and tasty.
The waitstaff was very good. The service was quick, with our food order arriving very promptly.
I enjoyed this experience - and must return!!
4.5 based on 29 reviews
We love this place . We good for happy hour , when I don't want to cook. There half off special during happy hour are wonderful.
Quesadillas, large nachos, wing, and the best fried mushrooms , plus more. Each about $5 or less at happy hour. They only have light beer on tap at happy hour prices. I hope that changes. There is a $1 discount on other beers. The service is wonderful also The cooks are cooking fast and cooking good, and the waitresses bring it to you fast and with a smile.
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