CIRCLE M BAR & RESTAURANT
An island landmark and family friendly bar and restaurant located just a mile and a half out of town (turn east at the four corners) We offer quality, fresh made food at fair prices. Our diverse menu is sure to have something for everyone. No matter what the occasion might be we’re certain the Circle M will become one of your favorite island haunts. Open daily for dinner – Rides available. (231) 448-2513. E-mail View Web Page
DALWHINNIE BAKERY AND DELI
Full breakfast, fresh baked breads, donuts, pastries, cakes, lunch with such specialty sandwiches as our famous portobello mushroom sandwich, fresh ground beef burgers, pizza, cappuccino, fresh salads, soft drinks, and more! (231) 448-2736. View Web Site
PARADISE BAY COFFEE SHOP AND RESTAURANT
The Paradise Bay Coffee Shop and Restaurant is open Memorial Day through Labor Day, serving breakfast, lunch, gourmet and specialty coffees, and tea. It also features convenience store items, baked goods and souvenirs. A farmer’s market is held every Thursday throughout the summer outside the shop. Coffee is roasted at the coffee shop at least one day each week during the summer.The public is welcome to watch the process. See ParadiseBayCoffee.com for more details. (231) 448-3003 E-mail View Web Site
“THE RESTAURANT” AT THE BEAVER ISLAND LODGE
The Restaurant and Bar at the Beaver Island Lodge serves superb, French Cuisine inspired dining, in a casually elegant indoor/outdoor setting and regional specialties. Reservations are strongly recommended – call 231-448-2396.When making dinner reservations, you are welcome to call for a pick up from the marinas, if so desired. Watch the sunset and relax with some superb food.
The adjoining cocktail lounge, with its relaxed and friendly atmosphere, serves a full complement of spirits, wines and beers, while promoting one of the most alluring views of Lake Michigan.
SHAMROCK BAR AND RESTAURANT
The Shamrock was established in 1935. It is the Island’s oldest food and drink establishment. It has been the place of trials, funerals, weddings and of course some great parties. It has been the meeting place for all for decades.
Eric & Dana Hodgson purchased the Shamrock in 1996. The previous owners had begun to introduce new things to the menu. This was just the beginning of a journey that the Hodgsons wanted to pursue. Each year bit by bit bringing new foods & wine to the menu. To make the Shamrock not only the place of cocktails but also of excellent food. Great variety of appetizers, salads, sandwich’s and entrees. We are known all over the Great Lakes for many things such as superb Prime Rib, one of the biggest St. Patrick’s Day celebrations. and by one yachting magazine the “coldest beer” on the great loop. Our outdoor patio in the summer is a favorite of locals and visitors alike as you look out on beautiful Paradise Bay. We also have regular live entertainment local and imported. Please join us in experiencing an Island institution.26245 main street. (231) 448-2278. email@example.com, /https://www.shamrockbarrestaurant.com/
STONEY ACRE GRILL & DONEGAL DANNY’S PUB
Donegal Danny’s, a traditional Irish Pub, was added September 2005. The unique bar came from The Boody House, Toledo Ohio’s upscale hotel from 1872 to 1929, where President Grant was often seen. The hotel was named for Azariah Boody, president of the Wabash Railroad.Donegal Danny’s Pub is named after Danny O’Donnell, who passed away in October 2003. Danny was a descendant of Barney O’Donnell one of the original Irish immigrants to settle on Beaver Island.
Danny enjoyed a good meal, with good friends, great laughter, and a cold pint. Stoney Acre Grill and Donegal Danny’s Pub strives to pass this tradition on to you.26420 Carlisle Rd. (231) 448-2560/or (231)448-3000. https://www.stoneyacre-donegaldannys.com/
“Whiskey Point Brewing Company is a brewery and taproom on beautiful Beaver Island, Michigan. Enjoy craft beer and wine and a little something to eat with a beautiful view of Paradise Bay.
By most measures, we are the most remote brewery in Michigan, and are one of a very small number of island-based breweries in the Great Lakes, and the first and only in Lake Michigan. Yet another reason you should find your way to Beaver Island at every opportunity!”
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