Shirley’s Place

5424 Main St
Onekama, 49675
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Love, love, LOVE this place. It is my go to place for bar food and regular food while in Onekama. Great service with that home town feel.

(231) 889-3395

American (Traditional), Bars

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M22 Grill

5159 Main St
Onekama, 49675
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All around great meal. We stopped in from out of town on our way to the beach looking for a quick breakfast. We were pleasantly surprised by one of the best brunch we have had in a while. The Breakfast Scramble is a must try, as well as the blueberry pancake!
So glad to see this restaurant re-open as the M-22 Grill. Great service, very clean and the food is fantastic. I've only eaten breakfast here but will try lunch or dinner in the future. Thank you for the free beverage with my Yelp check-in
Delighted to find this clean, attractive, and appropriately decorated (cars, auto companies, highway signs) restaurant on our exploration of the southern end of M-22. The burger was excellent, service friendly and helpful. I'll not only recommend it, but hope to return.

(231) 889-7133

American (Traditional), Breakfast & Brunch

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The Glenwood

4604 Main St
Onekama, 49675
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We decided on date nite and chose THE GLENWOOD. We had an inside table this time and it was right next to the bar so it was entertaining too. We started with the most delicious crab cakes which were full of lots of crab. The waitress was delightful and was very attentive. I ordered the lobster and shrimp special at $34 and it was over the top. I usually do not order a lobster tail as most restaurants because they have no flavor. Not at the Glenwood this tail was sweet and tender and combined with their famous almond crusted shrimp. It was perfect. We also had the lamb which was good but looked Lonely on the plate. Fresh bread was served with dinner and offered to bring out more. The drinks were a nice poor. Dessert was a salted caramel cheesecake and when i requested some chocolate drizzle they were happy to accomodate. Finished dinner with a decaf coffee that was very good. The Glenwood is the most consistent high end yet casual dining experience. Worth every penny and your pallet will thank you.
We make plans to come in every year. The food is always fabulous and the cherry mustard vinegarette is a must with your salad. Looking forward to next year!
Wonderful dinner, woodland salad and the scallops with penne pasta. Dessert was amazing as well an oatmeal bar with ice cream.

(231) 889-3734

American (New)

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Shay’s Chop House

4427 Crescent Beach Rd
Onekama, 49675
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Don't be fooled! When we walked in, we almost walked out. The decor is dated and needs an update, but the food was EXCELLENT! We ordered. The blackened walleye and the surf and turf. Both entrees were awesome, best part was the chef/owner came out and was telling another table about the asparagus he had dropped off that morning which was picked 2 days prior. (Asparagus was perfectly cooked too, only complaint is that for $24 I'd like more than 4 pieces). Great food!
Let me start by saying that decor doesn't matter to me nearly as much as food and service. We were traveling with my little dog. When I called and asked if we could bring him and eat on the patio, Aloha told me that the patio was closed on weekdays, but she would give us a table on the front porch. We were somewhat reticent because of the mixture of former reviews, but a local friend had recommended Shays. When we arrived, out table was clean and a listing of specials was on the table with our menus. My husband went in to order our drinks which arrived almost immediately. My husband praised the bartender highly as someone who obviously saw his position as an art. We started with the spinach artichoke dip. Instead of the usual cold combination of cold cream cheese, frozen spinach and artichoke hearts with tortilla chips that one usually expects in chains like Chilis or Applebees, we received a delightfully warm, creamy concoction served with soft, freshly baked pita dusted with parmesan. Since we always split our meals, we ordered a large spinach salad with dinner, it came with a side of obviously homemade warm delicious dressing, lovely green spinach with fresh red onions, mushrooms, boiled egg and apple smoked bacon on top. Aloha made sure transitions from one course to the next was seamless and that we had anything we needed. Our main course was the Walleye. A lovely white fish I had not eaten since I was a child in Michigan. My husband, not being a fish person, ordered a skewer of shrimp as an afterthought when our order had already been submitted. This came out after the fish, but this was perfectly understandable under the circumstances, The fish was PERFECT. Fresh, delicious and even my husband had to contain himself from taking the lions share, something he never does with fish. It was served with an excellent rice pilaf and steamed asparagus. The shrimp skewer came cooked to perfection with melt in your mouth shrimp. We had noticed peanut butter pie (a childhood favorite of my husband's) and a chocolate cherry martini on the specials menu. We started with the martini, which was delicious, but does not win a rave from me. We ordered espresso with the pie. Aloha's peanut butter pie is "so good you'll slap your momma" as we say in the south, it was light and delicious with a lacing of chocolate sauce. I am not a peanut butter pie fan and was stuffed by this point, but ate at least half the pie anyway.
Had high hopes for dinner at Shay's. The food was quite good: Walleye and a pasta special. The Walleye was prepared well. The pasta special was appropriate, though the 'extra' meatball was tasty and small - the size of a shrunken golf ball. Service was ... interesting. I asked for the pasta special and asked whether a salad was included. Clearly "no" was the response. I ordered a Caesar Salad for $5 additional. After our server left I noticed the board listed a salad as included with the special. I mentioned this to our server on her return and she left to check with management. Confusion ensued and we were left feeling the effects of what seemed to be discord between management and wait staff. Long story short .. our server returned to offer the accompanied salad (with a $2 uncharge - no problem). She seemed seriously chastised ... no smiles/cold service the rest of the way. Bummer. The food was good ... the feeling ... am ambivalent ...

(231) 889-3121

Seafood

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Travelers Motel

5606 8 Mile Rd
Onekama, 49675
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(231) 889-7076

Hotels

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