Honestly, we just stumbled into Graydon's Crossing with no foreknowledge or preconceptions. We were speeding from Mackinaw City to Chicago and queried Google for some drive-by lunch suggestions... and this place was only two minutes off the Interstate. Worth getting off the four-lane? Suffice it to say we'd come back to Grand Rapids just for another meal at Graydon's Crossing. The menu is a whimsical, quasi-throwback English-Indian swirl. The chef's specials that day included a sausage, kale, and wild rice soup I still think about... and a fresh, complex-seasoned, bounteous fresh fish sandwich that was the highlight of the whole roadtrip. The tap lineup is gorgeous in itself, with a smartly curated mix of Empire ales and brews and local craft product, and the darkly-wooded interior atmosphere puts you in mind of a London pub. Top marks for setting, imaginative food and drink, and welcoming service. We're envious of Grand Rapids!
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