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“Great beer, food and staff”
Review of Graydon's Crossing

Graydon's Crossing
Ranked #37 of 966 Restaurants in Grand Rapids
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: US$0 - US$20
Cuisines: Indian, Irish, British, Pub
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Good for: Bar Scene
Dining options: Breakfast, Dinner, After-hours, Outdoor Seating, Reservations
Description: Our menu reflects classic English dishes that have been influenced by the days of the British colonies in India; where colonists learned to appreciate the many spices and curries that soon worked their way back to England and onto the supper tables. So sit back, relax, have a pint and prepare to experience a menu for which the Brits would gladly cross the Atlantic!We have a main floor with a bar that is first come first serve seating and we also have an upstairs dining room that takes reservations Wednesdays through Saturdays. We have a large outdoor deck on the ground floor and a small balcony deck on the upper floor that each offer seating for dining.Saturday and Sunday we open at 10am for Brunch which is served until 3pm.Every month we have a new monthly menu on top of our everyday core menu. We also offer Daily Soups, Daily Chef Specials and a Dessert!Every month we host a beer and food pairing dinner; 39 seats available for $35/person, 5 courses all focused on one brewery!!!!
Reviewed 4 July 2017 via mobile

Graydons offers meatless Monday every Monday, which is half off many vegetarian items. On this visit, they also had $2 off Michigan beers. The burrito is extremely good, with awesome Indian flavors. The buffalo cauliflower is also a nice special and should be a permanent menu item. Do yourself a favor and try this place out if/when you're in the grand rapids area.

Thank WanderingWeave
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Reviewed 15 June 2017 via mobile

Graydon's Crossing is one of my favorite spots in Grand Rapids. They have an expansive beer list with an impressive 46 beers on tap! YES! 46!

The food is always amazing. I have never had a bad meal here. We frequently visit for brunch on Sundays, which I highly recommend! They have some great breakfast stouts that pair nicely with the menu items.

My last visit I ordered a Founder's Palm Reader pale ale and the Bang-A-Licious Shrimp. Loved it!

You won't be sorry that you visited Graydon's Crossing! Plus, they have a small parking lot!

Thank Cait T
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Reviewed 11 June 2017 via mobile

This pub has great atmosphere. There is a full bar and terrific food. A lot of the menu items are curry based, but you can still find plenty to eat of that's not your thing. They also have their own off street parking and it's just 5 minutes north of downtown. Worth the time!

Thank Katherine W
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Reviewed 11 May 2017 via mobile

Decent place to take a biz client. Just little pricey. Food is good. Of it was more affordable, we'd go here more often.

Staff is polite and waitress is always knowledgeable. Never need a to write our orders down. A+

Thank Michael C
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Reviewed 23 April 2017

The restaurant is decorated like a classic english pub, nice atmosphere. But the star of the show is the food and the waitstaff.

I ordered one of the daily specials, Cajan Shrimp Macaroni and cheese, and it was seasoned perfectly the Chef to mac and cheese to a new level by adding the perfect blend of Cajan spices. The dish wasn't hot, but it was nicely smokey and the shrimp were perfectly cooked and plentiful.

The waitstaff were very attentive, ask about any food allergies and made suggestions from the very large beer, wine and drinks menu. I was given a complimentary appetizer, which was also delicious.

I would definitely go back. Only minor negative was that the prices were higher than most of the area restaurants ($26 for main, vegetable side and cider), but it was still a good value for the quality of food and waitstaff.

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Thank RachealF_12
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