Whether you are looking for a quick snack or dinner with a view, check out these local restaurants for food that you will find in the Grand Haven Area!
Pronto Pups: West Michigan’s original Pronto Pups has been in Grand Haven since 1947. The Pronto Pups stand is located along the channel near the Snug Harbor deck. It’s a quick, cheap bite to eat that will leave you with a smile.
Tip-A-Few Tavern: Located in downtown Grand Haven, Tip-A-Few is a popular spot to catch a sports game, grab dinner or have a few drinks with their famous wet burrito.
Morning Star: Morning Star Cafe has been serving up Southwest style homemade cuisine since 1995. Breakfast is served seven days a week with a warm smile and feel-good service. Located on Washington Ave. in downtown Grand Haven.
Butch’s Beach Burrito: Butch’s has been operating in Grand Haven since 1987. Conveniently located on Harbor Dr., the “Come As You Are” setting makes Butch’s the perfect place to grab lunch after a day at the beach!
Fricano’s: Grand Haven is home to the first pizza tavern in the State of Michigan! Since 1949, Fricano’s has been located in a 19th century boarding house off of Fulton St. Stop by for their delicious thin crust pizza.
Rays: This drive-in style burger and shake shack was first established in Grand Haven in 1960! Ray’s is located off of U.S. 31.
The Kirby House: The Kirby House has been serving up classic American Cuisine with a side of live entertainment for 25 years and is also home to K2 Pizzeria and the Grill Room! It’s located in downtown Grand Haven in a historic hotel with an old-world feel- don’t forget to write your name on the wall before you leave!
Snug Harbor: Located along the channel, Snug Harbor offers delightful food with a picture-perfect view. Snug’s deck is the perfect spot to enjoy dinner and a sunset- or to just grab a drink in the hustle and bustle of Grand Haven on a summer day.
Noto’s at the Bil-Mar: Located next to the city beach, Noto’s at the Bil-Mar is a great place to grab lunch on the deck or dinner with a view. Since 1969 they have been providing locals and tourists with great food and service. If you’re looking for a beach view, you’ll find it at Noto’s!
Fortino’s: Take a trip down memory lane and relive that ‘kid in a candy store’ feeling with old school candy and treats! Fortino’s has been located on Washington Ave. in downtown Grand Haven since 1907.
Temptations: Since 1985, Temptations has been scooping flavorful homemade ice cream! Located at Chinook Pier, Temptations is a great place to grab an ice cream cone and watch the charter boats bring in the catch-of-the-day.
Dairy Creme: Also located at Chinook Pier, Dairy Creme is known for their ‘Boardwalk Turtle Sundae’ – the perfect treat on a warm summer day!