Keep lunch quick yet super tasty at Electric Hero Sandwich Shop on Washington Avenue or at Lucy’s Market & Deli downtown on Columbus Avenue. Electric Hero is an offbeat sandwich shop that makes its own sauces and is known to melt the cheese atop your premium meat of choice with a blowtorch. Be bold and order the “A Cow, a Pig, and a Mango Walk into a Bar” — roast beef, ham, and mango chutney on grilled sourdough. At Lucy’s, try the #21 (honey ham and smoked gouda). The pretzel bread is everyone’s favorite.
A trip to Grand Haven wouldn’t be complete without a stop at Butch’s Beach Burritos along the water’s edge on Harbor Drive. This isn’t meant to be gourmet, it’s just good, on-the-go food stand style tacos and burritos. Order a Chiwawa Dog (hotdog topped with beef, beans, cheese and homemade salsa).
Looking for a light lunch? Opt for a fresh-baked pretzel or the focaccia at Baker’s Wife bakery. Or maybe you want to go straight for dessert. This bakery won’t disappoint with a selection of scones, pastries and a latte to go with.