The owners of this restaurant spend the winters on a houseboat in the Caribbean and their food reflects their travels and interests. It's a great mix of fresh ingediants combined into world dishes. Like most places in Glen Arbor, it doesn't take reservations and getting a table can be tricky on a busy night. But, it's worth the wait! This is my favorite place for a good meal in Glen Arbor.
Favorite Dish: The House Salad comes with fresh bread, dried cherries and fresh veggies - it's great! The Cherry Vinaigrette is a good dressing. For a main course, the curries and chicken dishes are great.
Art's is the local hang out that gets incredibly full every summer night. It's also one of the places in town with a generator so, in high school, when the power went out in town, it was where we went to do homework. Despite the name, it's a family sort of bar. . .We thought it was an outrage when the prices went up in 2000, but it's still a good deal for a dinner, as long as you can get a table!
Favorite Dish: Funky Grilled Cheese Sandwich with Tator Tots. . .or, if it's a Wednesday, have the Chicken Jalepeno Soup. I can't describe it.
An older chap walking out, told us that all restaurants in Leeland close at 2pm. He and his wife were not too impressed with the food they got out of the Boone Docks. Since this was the only restaurant we found open that Monday afternoon (fall hours), we went in.
The place had original decor, and plenty of outside seating. Service was casual and not bothersome.
I had lake fish with fries - good, but not for $17. My wife liked her bacon and swiss and mushrooms burger. She was dissapointed that it came with potato chips, and not fries.
When we drove to Leeland that evening, a fancy fish restaurant was open there after all.