Discover Restaurants offering the best Pub food in Michigan City, Indiana, United States. Michigan City is a city in LaPorte County, Indiana, United States. It is one of the two principal cities of the Michigan City-La Porte, Indiana Metropolitan Statistical Area, which is included in the Chicago-Naperville-Michigan City Combined Statistical Area.
Things to do in Michigan City
Why, why, why canât someone get this prime location right? Ordered a tequila sunrise and mojito and got gouged for $16 plus a tip. Drinks in a cheap plastic cup that sweated instantly in the heat and no garnish of any kind. Of course the view is beautiful, but these prices were a one and done. Why not make the drinks reasonable and creative...you know, even a cherry in the tequila sunrise...and pack the place, or get people to afford more than one and stay a bit and possibly order food. Ice in drinks melted down rapidly and sweat all over the table, drank and left. Wonât be rushing back, if at all.
3 based on 24 reviews
Nicely decorated place. Great outdoor area. We went on a weekday so not too crowded at all. Nice local beer selection and service was great. I would stop again.
4 based on 13 reviews
This old neighborhood bar has undergone a great facelift! My family has been coming here since the 1940's! It is always a good standby tavern! After the new remodeling, the place looks awesome and best of all, is now non-smoking. It was a bit chilly but the grade doors and patio will be great in the summer! Some bright artwork might be cool. The service was a bit disjointed but it is newly re-opened. Music is playing and lots of TVs adorn the walls. The food was good but not super hot when we got it. We had a burger with tator tots (yum!) and a three grilled cheese sandwich with bacon jam and tomato and hand cut fries (very tasty!) The food and atmosphere were great! Give it a try!
4 based on 18 reviews
In 1835, Daniel Leeds emigrated to Michigan City with his family, and established the frontierâs first area hospitalâthe Leeds Building. First constructed in 1837 and rebuilt in 1903, the historic Leeds building today is home to Leeds Public Houseâa moder
Spent a very enjoyable time on the outdoor patio next to the outside open air bar. Although the outside patio was a beautiful setting I did not think the limited food menu was too beautiful. I did select the smoked shredded chicken sandwich ($12.00) and my wife elected the Cheeseburger ($9.00). Chicken sandwich had a spicy honey mustard BBQ sauce on a pretzel bun and was serviced with creamy Asian slaw. I give it a 9/10 rating. The cheeseburger came with all the usual condiments including lettuce, tomatoes and onions and was rated 8/10. Both sandwiches come with a choice of house-made frites, slaw or a side salad. My chicken sandwich was one of the better shredded chicken sandwiches I've had anywhere. My wife's burger was juicy and good but the cheese lacked in flavor. Service was a little on the slow side. Overall we had a very good dinner on a very nice patio and we will return even though the menu needs more common selections to choose from.
Stopped into get some food on a Thursday night. 20 minutes after being there a person that was a patron but who must be an employee waited on finally. The staff working that night did not acknowledge me, instead there were just chatting. Ordered a drink and food to go. Even cooking the food took longer than it should. Again, too busy talking and not working. Took the food to go and it was good. Portions were large. However, they still messed up the order and sides. I would not recommend this place unless you like to wait and wait for really bad service.
This is a neat out of the way microbrewery that you'll come back again to. Good selection of beers from all likes. You'll find a couple to like and ask for a sampler if your not sure their very helpful and knowledgeable about their brews. Get the hot pretzel with pimento cheese.
4 based on 82 reviews
For the sports fan in you, there's The Game. Scores, stats and the games you gotta see are served up larger than life on wall-to-wall televisions. Icy cold drinks, classic and gourmet burgers, mouth-watering wings, waffle fries, and nachos piled high comp
For dinner, my wife had the Reuben Panini and I had the Game Burger and we each had their absolutely best in the area Bloody Mary for $5. Delicious food and numerous large TV's for watching all kinds of sports. We even came back for breakfast. Yes they serve breakfast. As I said in the title, skip the buffet and eat at The Game. You will be glad you did.We love to see five-star experiences. If you have any other comments you would like us to share with our team, please let us know. They love hearing what they did well and what can be improved.
4 based on 111 reviews
We are located in Michigan City, Indiana, less than one mile from Lake Michigan, the beach, Washington Park and the Marina. We are also very close the Blue Chip Casino and across the street from Lighthouse Place Premium Outlets. We are only one hour from
Atmosphere great, outdoor patio great. Food and service not so good. 4 of us 3 had fish and chips one had Shepardâs pie. Fish and chips were cold and greasy, very heavy soggy breading, fries were awful. Shepherds pie was runny? Not good. The food here use to be much better. Nice little place owned by nice people but....the food is just not good.
4 based on 36 reviews
Went in for noon lunch on a rainy weekday. I was the only one there, but lunch crowd-apparently some regulars--soon showed up. The owner's sometimes yippy dog hangs out in the back, and smoking is allowed. Quirky old decor and maximum local color.The menu is limited to bar food, but it's fresh with good size portions. The burger is enormous, juicy, and tastes good. Served with a mountain of crispy french fries for $8.50. It's more than a normal human can eat. Coke served in a can for two bucks--ice cold.Service is friendly and pleasant. The owner can talk your leg off if you want--quite entertaining and obviously a Michigan City sage. I actually got sucked into the group viewing of Maury Povich and some misfits on the big screen TV behind the bar. Will definitely go back when I can have a few beers and stay longer....
4 based on 26 reviews
We went to Zorn on a weekday while vacationing at the lake in June. We arrived right when they opened for lunch since we had our son with us. We were the only customers for quite a while! The bartender was very friendly and gave us a great history of the building and brewery. He also got us seats in a family friendly area. Overall the beer and food were very good although there was no kids menu so our son didnât have many options. Overall we really enjoyed it and would def go again. Although if our son was with us we would just stick with lunch since it seems it could get crowded at dinner.
ThingsTodoPost © 2018 All rights reserved.