I love this bakery. If you have a sweet tooth or just like excellent baked bread this is the place to go! They have normal "bakery" type stuff like bread and donuts, but they also have really unique things like Kringles (layers of pastry w/ a fruit filling) and Spelt products (bread, pizza crusts, and pasta). Even their fruit cake is delicious and I've never had one before that didn't disgust me. They also have a small coffee shop so you can be sure to get your cappuccino fix while you wait. I've been there when people from as far away as Lansing or Chelsea have driven there for the sole purpose of picking up goodies from the bakery. It is a wonderful family owned business. It's not too far from 127 so if you are traveling down the freeway think about stopping and having a treat.
Excellent service, Wonderful food, local and homemade toast and preserves. Coffee is average to me but still enjoyable. The Depot is a great place to go out for breakfast if you're in town or just passing through. I recommend a half order of the Trainwreck breakfast or the new Breakfast Pizza.
The space was fun! I'm in love with train stations so this conversion was delightful and old timey and you can see the chef do his thing from any table in the room! My only qualm was the protiens were way overcooked. I got the liver...and it was super tough, but very much like any typical diner. Nothing stand out, but definitely a fun place to stop on the way to Traverse! I also wish they didn't gender identify the single stall bathrooms. It's just problematic and uncomfortable. In protest I always use the Gents! I would ask that they take down the signs...and just put up something that identifies it as a Bathroom!
Just 5 minutes from 127. Cute place with huge helpings of home made yummy food. Excellent wet burrito and the steak salad even had good croutons. Biggest Mac and cheese portion I ever saw. Even had apple juice in a covered cup for our grand daughter.
Awesome food & service! Both burgers were loaded high and cooked to perfection, nice & juicy. You can get every type of french fry you can name; the waffle fries & tater tots hit the spot. Desserts are made on-site and are large portions. Didn't get any hard drinks but they have a full bar and knowledgeable bartenders.
The menu gives you many options for lunch or supper. You'll be pleased with anything you order. I've been going here for 14 years and have never had a bad meal. The staff makes your dining experience all the better. They are just a great group of people!
I had to pick someone up in Leslie and was early so I had a couple of hours to burn. I decided to stop in here and grab a quick bite to eat. The place appeared to be fairly clean. As I walked in I was greeted by two attractive female bartenders/servers who were extremely friendly so I decided to pop on down at the bar. The menu consisted of quite a variety. From the typical bar fare of burgers and fries to Meixcan to paninis. They also had a "Detroit" style coney on the menu that I was tempted to try but I passed. I ordered a Cuban panini and waffle fries. The sandwich was decent and it was accompanied by curly fries. I'm not sure if the cook just messed up or if curly fries are what they consider waffle fries but either way it was no big deal and the meal was above average. They also had a small salad bar setup that looked fresh although I did not eat anything off it. The two bartenders were very friendly so I stayed and had a few drinks. They had a decent variety of liquors for a small town bar and if memory serves me correctly 6 beers on tap. They also had 3 big screen tvs at the bar to watch the games. Overall I felt the meal was decent and the environment was cozy. The prices were extremely reasonable. I'd recommend it to people that are traveling through Leslie.